Research Centers and Labs
CEHD supports over 20 research centers, which integrate the college's teaching, research, and outreach missions.
CAREI seeks to improve the quality of education for all learners through neutral, rigorous research and evaluation of educational contexts and initiatives.
For over 40 years CEED has helped children from infancy through age eight to learn and develop to the best of their abilities. Through research and community outreach, CEED strives to effect positive change in early education, child care, and public policy.
Through collaborative research, training, and information sharing, ICI works to improve policies and practices to ensure that all children, youth, and adults with disabilities are valued by, and contribute to, their communities of choice.
The mission of ITR is to advance quality research, evidence-based clinical training, and information dissemination focused on children's mental health and development ages 0 to 18.
LTML creates opportunities for global collaboration in addressing humanity’s most pressing educational, social, and environmental issues by designing and evaluating innovative technology-mediated solutions for learners, educators, researchers, and organizations around the world.
MCRR conducts research on reading instruction. It focuses on translating findings into more effective instructional practices in order to support teachers, particularly those who work with students in poverty.
The primary goal of the STEM Education Center is to have a significant impact on STEM education through concerted interdisciplinary research efforts in learning and cognition, STEM integration, instructor development, and evaluation and assessment.
The University of Minnesota Child Development Center is a site for early development and childcare with research opportunities to further knowledge of early development, education and quality care for young children. It also offers childcare for University affiliates.