Bridging Research to Practice
We pursue research in education and health that has the promise to improve lives and enhance the wellbeing of diverse populations of children, schools, and communities. Our overall research expenditures for the 2019-2020 fiscal year were over $38 million. Our faculty and researchers are awarded grants from federal and state agencies, and various foundations, such as the National Institutes of Health, the Institute of Education Sciences, the Texas Education Agency, the Spencer Foundation, and the William T. Grant Foundation.
We are proud of the work our faculty and graduate students do that impact all aspects of education and health in our communities. Learn more about how their work has an impact in local and global communities.
Support for Faculty and Students
The college’s Office of Educational Research Support provides statistical analysis and pre- and post-award research administration services in support of our faculty and students.