Educational Psychology

Leadership in Science and Practice

Our department is dedicated to advancing knowledge of human behavior as it relates to education. We train our students to work as teachers, counselors, evaluators and researchers in educational environments by cultivating mastery of skills in the areas of human development and behavior, psychology of education, learning theory and research and evaluation methods.

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UT Austin Researchers Receive $20 Million to Improve Education Outcomes for Deaf and Hard of Hearing

UT-Austin College of Education researchers have received $20 million from U.S. Department of Education to lead a center supporting postsecondary education for deaf and hard of hearing people.

Elizabeth T. Cox Lippard, PhD, Yale School of Medicine

Developmental Vulnerability to Addiction and Suicidal Behavior in Bipolar Disorder: Gene, Environmental, and Neuroanatomical Mechanisms of Risk.
Friday, Oct. 14, 12 - 1 PM
SZB 238

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EDP Doctoral Research Presentations

Wednesdays this Fall: open to the public, check out current research being conducted by Educational Psychology graduate students, with topics ranging from Imposter Phenomenon, attachment styles, chronic pain, teacher coping, and substance use intervention.

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School Psychology Colloquium Series

Weekly colloquium series presented by the School Psychology program. Speakers include faculty from the College of Education and departments across campus, and other invited guests. Topics include conducting and publishing research, grant funding, and professional development.

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Cindy Carlson - Chair and Professor, Ph.D.

Program Trains Doctoral Students to Join Integrated Health Care Teams

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