News

Faculty start online petition to save Substance Abuse Prevention Program

Faculty of the University of Oregon’s substance abuse counseling program are petitioning to save their program after UO announced its termination last Wednesday. The online petition currently has 377 of its 500-signature goal. The Wednesday announcement from the college of education calls for cutting the Substance Abuse Prevention Program in fall …

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AcademicsNews

UO cuts drug and alcohol abuse prevention program, 18 jobs

Next school year, UO will eliminate its Substance Abuse Prevention Program, which offers classes on substance abuse counseling. A letter sent by the UO College of Education yesterday told faculty that the Substance Abuse Prevention Program will be slashed because of the quality of instruction, rigor of the curriculum and enrollment …

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Opinion

Saldana: SAPP classes are the University’s best-kept secret

Human trafficking is only one part of courses offered in the Substance Abuse Prevention Program.

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