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The Graduate School of Education and Human Development received over $16 million in sponsored research grants and contracts over the past fiscal year, ranking 19th in the nation in research dollars per faculty member and 10th in funded research among private institutions.
GSEHD's Institute for Education Studies (IES) coordinates most of the School's research efforts conducted through national clearinghouses, centers and institutes. In addition to supporting the research initiatives of faculty members and administering funded research centers, IES publishes occasional papers and monographs.
Our doctoral candidates advance the education and human development fields through their innovative research.
ESRI is an academic conference held each Spring which aims to provide an opportunity for immersion in current research and innovations in education. The conference provides an occasion for participants (professionals, students, alumni, and others) to present their original work in a variety of formats, to receive feedback and support from colleagues and professors, and to strengthen their work for future conferences and publication.
In addition, GSEHD's Department of Educational Leadership is home to faculty members specializing in both quantitative and qualitative Research Methods, who serve graduate students across GSEHD. As part of this commitment, the school maintains a Research Lab located on the first floor of the main building at 2134 G Street.