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College of Education and Human Development at a glance

Top 90 Ranked in the top 90 graduate education programs by U.S. News & World Report
U.S. News and World Report, Best Graduate School, Education 2023-24
$408,920 in Scholarships Student support is a critical component for the college experience and we are committed to that support.
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90% 90% of our graduates reported that they received a job after graduation
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10 Doctoral Strands The College of Education and Human Development offers ten exceptional doctoral programs
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College News

University officials from Korea and the University of Nevada, Reno in front of a garden in South Korea

College of Education & Human Development forges an educational partnership with Korean University

Collaboration aims to facilitate teacher preparation exchange program

Kids paintings about their families

What do I say to a young child about death?

Professors Jenna Dewar and Emilio Parga discuss the best way to talk to children about death

Paola Perez

Faces of the Pack: Alumna Paola Perez

Accomplished educator and administrator continues to serve the community

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The College of Education & Human Development is committed to promoting and protecting diversity, equity, and inclusion for our entire community. We are committed to promoting an equitable and inclusive climate that validates social identities, including but not limited to the following, as well as intersections thereof: age, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, geographic location, immigration status, Indigeneity, language, nationality, political affiliation, race/ethnicity, religion/spirituality, sexual orientation/identity, and socioeconomic status/social class.