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FHS 2015 throws the O in the HEDCO lobby
FHS' community impact eclipses $20M
The average FHS student contributes 570 hours of field work to the community. Since 1998, the value of that work has added up to an eyebrow-raising $20.4 million.

Sept. 25
COE Welcome Day
Sept. 26
Football - Ducks vs. Utah (home)
Sept. 28
Fall term begins
Oct. 2
OALA Social
Oct. 3
Football - Ducks @ Colorado
Oct. 9
Oregon Graduation Success Summit
Oct. 10
Football - Ducks vs. Washington State (home)
Oct. 15
Latino/as and Education

Benedict McWhirter awarded fellow status in the Society of Counseling Psychology, APA
Ellen McWhirter receives Distinguished Achievement Award for the Society of Vocational Psychology, part of the Division of Counseling Psychology, APA
Krista Chronister named assistant dean for equity and inclusion
Yong Zhao on why borrowing from the 'best' school systems sounds good - but isn't

"Beducked" kindergarten class in San Antonio sets off cuteness alarms
Teacher shortage? Or teacher pipeline problem?
Gov. Brown applauds UO board and calls for more collaboration
Positive, not punitive, classroom management tips
Find educational resources for National Hispanic Heritage Month
UO earns a spot on a list of bike-friendly campuses
Atika Khurana
Working memory, teens, and risk behavior
Atika Khurana's work is showing that some adolescent brains are hardwired to make risky choices, clearing the path for new approaches to intervention.
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2014 Erickson Scholar Yoon Hyeon Jin
Contribute to the Erickson Memorial Scholarship »
Aerial view of HEDCO Education with IES logo
COE announces $11.5M in IES grants »
Surendra Subramani with 2015 graduates
Photos from Commencement 2015 »
David Conley
Dave Conley weighs in on 2015's Most and Least Educated Cities »
Education Matters
Volume XXII · Issue III
The summer Education Matters comes in barely under the wire. Many of us took much-needed breaks from academia to indulge in the various pleasures of the warm months, and we're ready to get back to the business of educating the best and brightest while churning out groundbreaking research. With a new president and other new faces of leadership around campus, UO is infused with plenty of new energy and continued commitments toward the future. It's going to be quite an exciting year!
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