Join the College of Public Health and Human Sciences’ Hallie E. Ford Center for Healthy Children and Families May 20, 21 and 23 in this year’s seminar series to learn more about parenting education in Oregon and beyond.
Cheryl Lutz Miller, ’72, is helping raise the standards for parenting education across the state and making it possible for more young people to achieve their dreams.
Richard Settersten, and his coauthor Barbara Ray, explore the question of why 20-somethings are delaying adulthood.
Despite living in an age of iPads and hybrid cars, young Americans are more like the young adults of the early 1900s than the baby boom generation: They are living at home longer, are financially insecure and are making lower wages.
A team of OSU faculty and graduate students recently shared their research on raising kids in rural areas with practical suggestions on what parents, teachers, and school administrators can do to help them succeed in school, and in life.