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Shauna Tominey joined the College of Public Health and Human Sciences as an assistant professor of practice and parenting education specialist in August 2016.
Kathy Gunter testifies in support of physical education requirement bill
For the first time, researchers found that lightweight, silicone wristbands can be used as personal monitors to detect flame retardant exposure in young children.
Preschoolers’ fine and gross motor skill development is indicative of later performance on two key measures of kindergarten readiness, according to a study published today by researchers from Oregon State University.
"Life course research reveals both the bright sides and the dark sides of human experience," says CPHHS Professor Rick Settersten. "This fuels the passion I feel around matters of social inequality."
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