Overview of TRI's Centers and Projects
TRI focuses on three fields - Education, Health, and Human Services. Our staff are organized into eight Centers, and our Grants Management Office (all listed below). We also manage the WOU Sponsored Research Office. Staff at TRI work across Centers depending on the needs of our current projects. Each project that comes into TRI is assigned to a specific Center based on the project's primary requirements. All projects receive the benefits and expertise of TRI as a whole.
For more information about the current work at TRI, click on the Center icons, or any of the projects below each Center.
coordinates and provides technical assistance and services at state and
national levels to improve the lives of people who are deaf-blind, their
families, and those who serve them.
- National Center on Deaf-Blindness - NCDB
- Oregon Deafblind Project - ODB
- Communication Matrix Community
Center on Early Learning
Center on Early Learning works to improve the quality of care and education available to all young children and their families in order to promote optimal development and full inclusion.
- Quality Rating and Improvement System - QRIS
- Central Coordination of Child Care Resources and Referrals – CCCCR&R
- Promoting Inclusion in Early Childhood Educators – PIECE - (also under CEPE)
CEPE increases educators'
effectiveness through evidence-based project evaluation; local, regional and
national professional development; training, and educator resources and
- 21st Century Community Learning Centers -- CCLC
- Promoting Inclusion in Early Childhood Educators – PIECE - (also under CEL)
- Developing Elementary Mathematics Instructional Leaders in Oregon -- DEMILO
- ODE - Oregon Mentoring Program
- Special Education & Transitions
- Traffic Safety Education
- University/School Partnerships
TRI-CDC provides quality care and
education for children 30 months to 10 years of age, paving the way for success
throughout the child's school years and beyond.
Education Evaluation CenterEEC provides Learning Disability Assessments for children, college students and adults, including written reports of the diagnosis, recommendations and accommodations needed to help individuals succeed.
Center for Health and Human Services
Center for Health and Human Services (CHHS) works to support public health initiatives that enhance and strengthen the health of families and communities. CHHS provides consultation, program development and evaluation for community organizations and state and national public health efforts.
Center on Research, Evaluation & Analysis
CREA (formerly known as ERGo) has a lengthy history of conducting quality and cost-effective evaluation and research projects for public and private agencies across Oregon, the Northwest, and nationally.
- Selected Current Evaluation/Research Projects
TIMS provides a variety of technical services and supports, including: web and mobile application development; data collection; analysis and reporting; database design; graphic design; and consultation.
- Transition Community Network
- Oregon Department of Education Post School Outcomes - OR4 PSO
- Oregon Department of Education Data Services
- TRI Internal Projects