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Faculty as well as affiliated units within CEHD have multiple opportunities for students to engage in research. See listings at the Undergraduate Research Program webpage. If you are interested in a faculty member’s course or research who is not listed, feel free to approach the faculty member and inquire about additional opportunities.

Showcase Your Research a the Steele Symposium

CEHD has been celebrating undergraduate and graduate research through the Steele Symposium for 31 years. Complete the Steele Symposium Student Registration Form by March 23 to present a poster or paper at the Symposium.

Plastino Scholar Awards

This award offers a self-designed, off-campus learning experiences that enrichs the lives of the recipients and others who are impacted by their projects. An interest meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2015 at 5:00 PM in room 115 Gore Hall.

Researching Disabilities Studies

Marisa Kofke, a third-year doctoral student in CEHD, wanted to know if students with different majors interpret and internalize information in class differently.

Make a Difference Award

The College of Education and Human Development is now accepting proposals on innovative student solutions to challenging problems that impact children, families, schools and communities.

Oct. 8-9: National McNair Conference and Graduate School Fair

Graduate School Fair – Research Poster Session – Interactive Workshop Sessions

School of Education Fall Colloquium

The School of Education Colloquium Series, “Writing Research: Where We Are and Where We Are Heading,” kicks off today, Sept. 16, with an introduction to the series by faculty members.

2015 Summer Scholars

At UD’s sixth annual Celebratory Symposium, more than 400 Summer Scholars gathered in the Harker Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Laboratory to discuss their 10-week research projects.

Exploring the Arctic

Teagan Thomas, ’13 ETE, was one of 35 teachers selected nationwide for the 2015 National Geographic Grosvenor Teacher Fellow Program.