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College of Education and Human Development
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178 Pillsbury Dr. S.E
Minneapolis, MN 55455
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CEHD's Institutional Commitment to Research

The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) promotes and sustains an active research environment. CEHD comprises seven academic departments, three college-wide research centers and more than a dozen departmental centers in the curricular, organizational, and research aspects of education and human development. During the 2016-17 academic year, CEHD enrolled over 5,587 students and granted over 1,600 degrees. In addition, 466 students completed postbaccalaureate teacher licensure. The college is home to over 180 faculty members and 16 endowed chairs and professorships. CEHD is globally diverse, with students from 51 different countries.

CEHD faculty and professional staff are active researchers, with 260 professionals directly involved in research. In 2015-16, the college's sponsored expenditures topped $44.2 million, an 65% increase over 2008-09. Collegiate investment in research takes several forms, including pre-award proposal development assistance, post-award sponsored project management, training in responsible conduct of research, internal seed funding awards, and support for strategic research initiatives. CEHD’s Center for Applied Research and Educational Improvement supports researchers in study design, statistical modeling, and statistical analysis. Departments and centers regularly host research lectures and symposia, as well as offering opportunities for collaborative work.

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