Research at the College
The College of Education is a dynamic, thriving enterprise that cultivates a vibrant synergy between research and practice. The College’s outstanding faculty and 20 collaborative research centers and institutes are striving to improve education practices in classrooms from kindergarten through college by exploring the intricacies of human development across the lifespan. College faculty and students are conducting research in almost every aspect of education including literacy, learning disabilities, minority achievement and urban education, STEM education and family and child relationships.
NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Two CoE Doctoral Students Awarded Fulbright Student Research Grants for 2011-2012 [read full story]
EDCI Associate Professor Patricia Campbell honored with Hay Award [read full story]
Department of Human Development (EDHD) Awarded National Institutes of Health (NIH) Graduate Training Program in Social Development [read full story]
The Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD)