June 5th, 2018
The course – Red Light, Purple Light: A Self-Regulation Intervention Program – incorporates a series of evidence-based music- and movement-based games that can be used to promote […]
Much of Megan’s research focuses on the important role of self-regulation skills – the social and emotional skills that help children pay attention, follow directions, […]
It’s been a busy five years at the Hallie Ford Center. This hub of research activity increasingly is a gathering place for faculty, staff and […]
Flame retardants are found throughout the built environment in furniture, mattresses, carpeting, electronics, vehicles and more. The chemicals are added to the products and are […]
For the first time, researchers found that lightweight, silicone wristbands can be used as personal monitors to detect flame retardant exposure in young children.
Nearly 80 graduates of the former College of Home Economics met in Portland on Sept. 29. Dean Tammy Bray led the group on a journey […]