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February 21, 2024 – The UO says this is the first eating behavior research to document desirability bias in kids, showing children change what they eat to avoid being viewed negatively by others.
January 25, 2024 – Nichole Kelly, Evergreen Associate Professor and director of the Researching Eating and Nutrition to Enhance Wellness Lab at the University of Oregon College of Education, gives expert commentary.
January 15, 2024 – As cities of all sizes struggle with rising homelessness, researchers at the University of Oregon are studying the link between stress and long-term health conditions among people without housing and how it drives health inequity.
November 27, 2023 – A new approach to classroom behavior that avoids suspensions and expulsions could be the latest tool for helping youngsters avoid a whole list of short- and long-term problems, including drug abuse.
October 17, 2023 – For 15 years, Lauren Cycyk has worked as a speech-language pathologist. Many of the families she has served were Latinx and Spanish-speaking, and some would tell her about the discrimination they experienced while seeking assessment and treatment for their children’s communication disorders.
July 25, 2023 – In Episode 1 of Coffee N Conversation, Dean Laura Lee McIntyre grabs a coffee with Associate Professor Rhonda Nese to learn more about her current research and the impact it will have on K-12 students.
July 12, 2023 – At the University of Oregon, researchers are studying the everyday experiences of teens such as Ashton, trying to understand how time outdoors and in nature affect their stress levels, health, and behavior.
June 30, 2023 – Emily Tanner-Smith, Thomson Professor in the College of Education, has been appointed to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Center for Substance Abuse Treatment National Advisory Council.
May 10, 2023 – Supported by grants from multiple divisions of the National Institutes of Health, the Early Growth and Development Study has involved the cooperation of 45 adoption agencies in 15 states.
April 26, 2023 – School-based depression prevention programs may reduce the risk of depression diagnoses and depressive symptoms in K-12 students, according to new findings from University of Oregon researchers.