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Our Faculty in the News
- In an Oregonian article published this month, professor Peter Mortola offers five tips for resolving sibling disputes.
- A new book of poetry from Kim Stafford, Legacy of Beginning: Poems in Bhutan, has been published by Larkspur Press.
- Assistant professor of educational administration Sue Feldman has received the E. Roberts Stephens Award for “outstanding academic accomplishments and contributions to education.” The award was granted for research studying the implementation of data coaching across education service districts in Washington State.
- In an Oregonian op-ed, professor Eric Toshalis argues that teenagers aren’t the “cruel, self-obsessed, brainless, or hormonally challenged” people the media often make them out to be.
- Professor Marisol Garcia collaborates with students to create a novel tool to measure cultural competencyProfessor Marisol Garcia is working with students Elsa Kraus, M.A. ‘15, Colleen Cameron (M.A. ‘16), and YuWei Wu (M.A. ‘16) to create a tool to measure cultural competency.