The College of Education is dedicated to advancing the scientific knowledge base necessary for the preparation of professionals who will serve students and educators in schools and non-school settings. For the past five years, the College of Education has ranked among the top five colleges in UH for garnering grants supporting research projects. Funding has been obtained from a range of sources including U.S. Department of Education, National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, NASA, and various foundations.
The College of Education is dedicated to advancing the scientific knowledge base necessary for the preparation of professionals who will serve students and educators in schools and non-school settings.
Seed research funding opportunities afford faculty funding to develop, expand, or shift research foci through implementing pilot studies, data collection opportunities, and secondary data analyses.
The College of Education has a number of institutes and centers to advance research, capacity building, and teacher preparation.
The College of Education receives over $14 million in externally funded grant and projects.
Submitting and administering are complex processes with funder, university, and college guidelines and requirements. University of Houston and the College of Education provide resources and support for successful grant application preparation, submission, and project administration and closeout.
The University of Houston is committed to the pursuit of excellence in teaching, research and public service. Concomitantly, the university seeks to protect the welfare of every person who may be involved in research and training projects in accordance with the federal regulations, and the ethical principles established by the Belmont Report.
University of Houston and the College of Education supports and encourages the engagement of graduate and undergraduate students in research.