Assistant Professor Nathaniel Brown Discusses Shortcomings of Oregon’s Mental Health System with OPB
“Oregon is predominantly white as a state, and you can’t run from that. You can look and see the number of providers that are located in the state of Oregon. And when you look at it, you can see who’s in the majority, who’s not in the majority.”
“I can’t think of any teacher in America who has had such a wide and positive influence on the teaching of English to under-served students in American secondary schools.” - Sheridan Blau, Teachers College at Columbia University
Armstrong discusses what she believes recent graduates in mental health fields will need to know in order to find success, why the demand for mental health services is on the rise, and how technology and teletherapy will continue to play a significant role in the field.
Our program is organized around principles of effective teaching that transcend any particular delivery method; the foundational skills that teachers need are the same whether they are teaching online or in person.
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What happens to teachers’ working conditions when a pandemic displaces students from classrooms and forces all learning to go online virtually overnight? Alisun Thompson and Lina Darwich, assistant professors of education, are developing a study in collaboration with researchers at UC Santa Cruz to address this specific question.
Teacher education faculty and alumna develop powerful panel discussion: Responding to Educator Sexual Misconduct in K-12 Schools
Featuring educational and legal professionals who will provide attendees with an overview of this increasingly reported issue, and describe their direct experiences in responding to and preventing it.
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What does a block party look like in east Portland? During the second annual Arte Soleil block party held on September 14, it looked like dozens of families spending a summer day building community and having crafty fun.
Spearheaded and championed by Professor Mary Andrus, new legislation signed into law by Oregon Governor Kate Brown (JD ’85) earlier this year will create new licensure requirements and protections for art therapists practicing in Oregon.
“I am eager to move forward into a more visible leadership role on critical issues of equity and inclusion at Lewis & Clark.” - Mark Figueroa
“It is my greatest honor to share in the work of AFTA and to be recognized by my colleagues for my contributions. I am deeply humbled to receive this award.” - Lana Kim
Ecopsychology co-director Patricia Hasbach discusses the rise of eco-anxiety with Clinician’s Digest
When given a nudge, a number of clients and students are admitting to an overwhelming concern about the news of today’s warming world, and with the fragility of life itself.
This award is bestowed upon Andrus to provide official recognition for her dedicated service to the art therapy profession.
Teaching for Black Lives, co-edited by professor Dyan Watson, available for free throughout Seattle Public Schools
Grammy award-winning artist Macklemore and 3-time NFL Pro Bowler Michael Bennett have teamed up to purchase and distribute copies to every middle and high school social studies and language arts teacher
“Teaching for Black Lives is a Handbook for all educators, students, and families who truly care about Blackness and the intersections of learning, teaching, and race.” - Dyan Watson
Kim Stafford, associate professor and founding director of the Northwest Writing Institute, has been chosen to serve as Oregon’s ninth poet laureate, Governor Kate Brown JD ’85 announced this morning. Stafford will serve a two-year term as “an ambassador of poetry across the state.”
Leading Together is designed to support school leadership teams (teachers and administrators) building relational-trust and effective collaboration skills, critical building blocks of effective teams, in their schools.
Counseling Psychology professor Carmen Knudson-Martin has received the 2017 Distinguished Contribution to Family Therapy Theory and Practice award.
Turning to his daily writing ritual as a way to settle his mind, clarify his purpose, and prepare for a new kind of citizenship, Stafford thoughtfully curated his latest book of poetry, The Flavor of Unity, from post-election and pre-inauguration daily journals, observations, and poems.