Kent McIntosh, College of Education

Kent McIntosh

Kent McIntosh, Philip H. Knight Chair

Practice Areas: School Violence, Bullying, School Discipline, Problem Behavior, Equity, Racial and Ethnic Equity in Education

Kent McIntosh is an academic expert in school violence prevention, bullying, school discipline, and racial disparities in school discipline. At the University of Oregon, he is a professor in the College of Education and the associate director of Educational and Community Supports. His research examines how effective school and classroom behavior support practices can be implemented to enhance their effectiveness, efficiency, equity, and durability. He is co-director of the OSEP National Technical Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports and founding member of the PBIS-SCP Canada Network. 

Contact: | 541-346-2340 | @_kentmc


Recent Media: 
AG: Vancouver district discipline rates higher for students of color, those with disabilities (The Columbian, Oct. 23, 2019)
Education professor becomes the UO's latest Knight Chair (Around the O, April 3, 2019)
Unequal penalties (Eugene Weekly, March 7, 2019)
College of Education lands UO's largest-ever research grant (Around the O, Oct. 24, 2018)
Racial disparities in school discipline and law enforcement persist in Lincoln despite efforts to narrow gap (Lincoln Journal Star, May 20, 2018)
Keaton Jones bullying case highlights problem in Tennessee schools (Knoxville News Sentinel)
Black & white: racial disparities in school discipline (Peoria Public Radio, Aug. 24, 2015)