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

Jamie Beidle, Cindy Black and Kathryn Padmos at Churchill County High School

Counseling interns provide services in rural Northern Nevada schools

Graduate students help bridge the gap in mental healthcare in rural communities

Kaci Fleetwood next to Nevada N

Nevada Center for Excellence in Disabilities receives $1.2 million grant to support trauma-informed services in schools

More than 500 educators will be trained to provide mental health services to students

Nick Memsgern with students

NevadaTeach preparing students to become the teachers of tomorrow

Future STEM educators are learning to incorporate technology into the classroom


66 Active awards in FY-22
A P2I student and faculty member
$508,000 Average award in FY-22
STEM classroom with teacher and students
$16 Million Total sponsored funding in FY-22
Two people looking at a compyter screen
$9.5 Million In State and Federal funding in FY-22
Teacher reading to students