During the Alternative and Augmentative Communication Summer Camp, the Communication Disorders and Sciences Program uses a host of strategies to encourage children with special needs and their families to communicate more freely.
Researchers from the University of Oregon combined insights from psychology, behavioral economics, and neuroscience to capture signs of pure altruism—giving done for the joy of seeing others benefit without receiving something in return—in the brain.
Media is front and center nearly every hour of the day. Given that degree of influence, shouldn’t we learn as much about it as we can? You can study the importance of media in society as a media studies major in the School of Journalism and Communication.
One of our goals in the coming years is to redouble our commitment to providing a world-class education to every qualified Oregonian who wants one. Another goal: to catalyze a new era of creativity and discovery by attracting the best and most diverse minds—students and faculty—from around the world. And surpass even our own high expectations to become one of the preeminent research institutions, not just in the United States, but anywhere.
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