The College of Education and Human Development enables, creates, and supports research in a variety of ways:
Our professors' research areas and areas of expertise are listed here.
CEDER (the Consortium for Educational Development, Evaluation, and Research) is a project of the College of Education and Human Development that regularly publishes a peer-reviewed yearbook of research. Submissions from within or beyond the College are welcome for consideration. Calls for papers are issued whenever the upcoming yearbook is in preparation.
The College regularly hosts conferences to encourage and support research and inquiry.
Browse our faculty members' bios to learn more about their research interests. Their linked CVs include their publication citations.