Education and Human Development

Involvement and opportunities

Through diverse clubs, volunteer programs, and professional networks, we actively cultivate environments where students connect, collaborate, and thrive.

Quote from Gillian Dahl, '20

I’ve known I wanted to go to the U of M since I was in the fifth grade. My passion for people and interest in health care led me to a kinesiology major, an autism spectrum disorder certificate from the Department of Educational Psychology, and a neuroscience minor.

Gillian Dahl, '20 Kinesiology

Student opportunities


You don't have to wait until graduate school to be involved with world-class research. Learn about CEHD labs and centers with undergraduate opportunities, as well as University-wide programs.

Leadership opportunities

Internships are opportunities to try out a career, gain professional experience, and develop your network beyond CEHD.

Volunteering and service learning

Connect with the community through volunteerism and service learning. Whether it is important to you to address a community problem, work for a worthy cause, or develop as a person, volunteering can be extremely rewarding!

Learning abroad

Together with the Learning Abroad Center, CEHD offers a wide variety of international opportunities. Opportunities to study, intern, or work abroad range from semester-long study programs to short courses and internship opportunities lasting approximately two weeks.

Did you know Up to $1500 in scholarships are availableto undergraduate students interestedin doing research.