Research & Engagement

Pushing the boundaries of education, counseling and human development research, the College of Education & Human Development has provided the community with world-class research since our inception. In keeping with our land grant mission, our college also provides Nevada with a tremendous amount of resources and services.

Research & News

Teruni Lamberg helps two students studying

University's Teruni Lamberg receives prestigious appointment to mathematics research group

College of Education and Human Development professor joins special interest group to push boundaries of mathematics education

Path to Independence students to join University commencement for first time in nine years

Students receiving their certificate from Path to Independence to join their peers at commencement

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College of Education and Human Development One of the Nation’s Top 100 Colleges

Graduate School and Online Programs Maintain High Ratings in the U.S. News and World Report

Engagement & Initiatives

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Dean's Future Scholars (DFS)

The College of Education & Human Development at the University of Nevada, Reno and the public school districts are cooperatively involved in the Dean's Future Scholars program to recruit diverse students into teacher education. The goal of DFS is to increase the number of low-income, first-generation students graduating from high school, gaining access to higher education, and entering a career in the field of education.

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Lemelson Foundation Elementary Education Math & Science Master's Cohort

This is a program offered with the help of Mrs. Dorothy Lemelson that allows  TWELVE K-6 teachers in the Washoe County School District the opportunity to complete a master's degree in Elementary Education with an emphasis in Math and Science.

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Nevada Dual Sensory Impairment Project

The purpose of the Nevada Dual Sensory Impairment Project is to enhance the educational services provided to children and youth, birth through 21 years, with vision and hearing impairments. The project provides statewide technical assistance to a variety of key stakeholders.

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Nevada Math Project: An Innovative STEM Initiative

The Nevada Mathematics Project engages in cutting edge research to improve mathematics and science instruction in Nevada statewide and beyond. The initiative works within the education system of Nevada and has state and national collaborators.

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Northern Nevada Math and Technology Camp

Our mission is to support and encourage students from varied backgrounds to increase their knowledge, skills, and confidence in mathematics, as well as technology use for mathematics learning. The program provides learning opportunities, resources, and participation in a supportive community.

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Rural Education Outreach

The College of Education & Human Development Rural Education Initiative seeks to encourage talented K-12 educators in rural Nevada school districts to pursue Rural Alternative Licensure (RAL). Students selected for this program receive a stipend to complete the program.