Philips, DoD’s Defense Threat Reduction Agency, and Texas A&M University to Expand Infection Detection and Exposure Monitoring-
The School of Education and Human Development remembers Dr. James McNamara, Professor Emeritus, Department of Educational Psychology.2
Project VICTORY Connects Rural Students with Real-Life Scientists-
A project led by researchers in the School of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University looks to ensure that rural students in grades 3-5 receive additional support to increase science literacy, interest in STEM fields, and access to technology.
From Aggieland to Kenya: International Collaboration Promotes Education and CEHD’s Culture of Excellence-
CEHD is proud to be part of an international collaboration to promote education. A delegation from Kenya visited the Texas A&M campus in College Station and the Texas A&M Bush School of Government and Public Service, Washington, D.C. Teaching Site. The visits were part of a Memorandum of Understanding between us and the Kenyan Ministry of Education.
Why everyday learning through physical activity is essential for older adults-
New research by Dr. Elizabeth Roumell explains why everyday learning through physical activity is essential for older adults.
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Automating Classroom Observation: CEHD Research Centers Take Steps to Develop AI Foundations-
Two centers in the College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University have taken the first steps to automate the process of conducting classroom observations.
CEHD department conserves energy thanks to energy performance program-
Texas A&M College of Education and Human Development joins conservation program to improve building efficiencies and reduce energy consumption costs.
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College Of Education & Human Development among Top 10% in Graduate School Rankings-
The Texas A&M University College of Education & Human Development rose seven spots to No. 32 overall on U.S. News World and World Report’s rankings of the nation’s best graduate schools.
How in-school suspensions are correlated with academic failure, CEHD researcher finds-
New research by Dr. Jamilia Blake investigates how in-school suspensions affect student’s academic performance.
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CEHD climbs up in latest online rankings-
The College of Education and Human Development rankings continue to rise in most recent 2022 U.S. News and World Report rankings.
CEHD researcher awarded $14.86M grant to help implement and improve intelligent tutoring systems-
A $14.86M grant awarded to Dr. Kay Wijekumar and her team at Texas A&M University looks to implement and improve intelligent tutoring systems to help increase reading comprehension for 4th and 5th grade students.
How Texas A&M researchers are addressing literacy challenges in rural China-
Dr. Fuhui Tong, along with two other Texas A&M researchers, are creating at-home based literacy practices to help improve the lives of low-SES families in rural China
Dr. Kim Alexander named Golden Deeds Award recipient for 2021-
Dr. Kim Alexander, CEO of Collegiate Edu-Nation, is named as the 2021 Golden Deeds for Education Award recipient for his contributions to improving public education in Texas.
Serving migrant families through virtual professional development-
A grant-funded initiative is helping Bryan ISD Spanish-speaking parents receive research-based professional education workshops in their native language.
Remembering Dr. Dean Corrigan-
Dr. Dean Charles Corrigan, former dean of the College of Education and Human Development, passed away November 7 at his home in Middlebury, VT. He was 91 years old.
Fostering success for student veterans-
The structured life of military service can be a shocking contrast to the self-directed environment of higher education. Research by a Texas A&M scholar is hoping to help veterans meet the challenges of their transitions.
$1.2M grant creates training program for doctoral special education students-
A new $1.2M grant awarded to Dr. Florina Erbeli in the Department of Educational Psychology is creating a doctoral training program in special education.
Health education research explores ways to discuss sexual health-
Faculty and students in The Laboratory for Community Health Evaluation & Systems Science are collaborating with organizations in Oklahoma aimed at reducing teen pregnancy and improving adolescent health.
How improving emergency management for IDD community will help all-
Recent research by Dr. Laura Stough, an IDD scholar in the Department of Education Psychology at Texas A&M University, points out the flaws of crisis management for the IDD community and shows where there is room to improve.
A&M scholar innovating path to colorectal cancer prevention-
Dr. Lace Chen in the Department of Health & Kinesiology is using research to create a path to colorectal cancer prevention.
Remembering Dr. Larry Kelly-
Dr. Larry Kelly, clinical professor in the Department of Teaching, Learning & Culture, passed away Sunday evening.
What creatine can do for you-
What we once thought was just a sports supplement for athletes is now known to be beneficial throughout the entire lifespan, from infancy to the later years of adulthood.
How family and stress play a role in the undocumented student experience in college-
Recent research by higher education scholar Dr. Cinthya Salazar in the Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development sheds light on the challenges undocumented students face in higher education.
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