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RESEARCH FOR A REASON

At the University of Houston College of Education, we’re leveraging science to make an impact in the community. As part of an ambitious Tier One public research institution, our faculty specialize in high-impact areas such as education policy, classroom management, STEM, health disparities, addictions and cancer. Our students also have the opportunity to gain meaningful research experience and pursue their own discoveries.

ON THE RISE

  • $6mResearch expenditures in 2018
  • 69%Increase in expenditures since 2013
  • 6,426Citations of our faculty’s work in 2018
  • 184%Increase in journal publications since 2015

CENTERS & INSTITUTES

Faculty from the UH College of Education recently launched three centers of excellence that exemplify our goal to make a collective impact:

Learn more about all our centers and institutes.

RESEARCH IN ACTION

Doctoral student explaining his research

OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS

Students in the College of Education gain valuable research experience working alongside professors in labs, authoring publications and presenting at local, state and national conferences. Students are encouraged to reach out to professors whose research areas align with their interests. To learn more, explore these UH resources:

Undergraduates

Graduate Students

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SUPPORT FOR FACULTY

The College of Education’s Office of Research has five full-time employees dedicated to supporting faculty in the pursuit of funding, research and community engagement opportunities that advance the mission of the College. From holding grant-writing workshops to editing proposals, office staff are working to help the College meet its ambitious goals in line with President Renu Khator's "50 in 5" initiative to increase research productivity by 50 percent by 2023.

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