Disrupting conventional thinking about education. Advancing socially conscious, innovative scholarship.
The College of Education is home to eight research centers and labs.
Our faculty conduct pioneering research in their respective fields and publish scholarship on a wide range of topics, including racial identity and translanguaging, school psychology, and psychometrics.
Undergraduate and graduate students have ample opportunities to partner with faculty on high-profile grant-funded projects. Students gain a wealth of research experience by collaborating with faculty, often publishing their work and presenting papers at local, regional, and national conferences.
In addition to research centers and labs, the College of Education is home to four academic journals: Comparative Education Review, Equity and Excellence in Education, the Journal of Special Education Leadership, and the Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability.
Explore our website to learn more about the cutting-edge research taking place in the College of Education.