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Research Centers

The mission of the Adult Literacy Research Center is to link theory and practice through inter-disciplinary research, professional development, and community partnerships to understand the challenges and opportunities for adults with low literacy skills. Our research focus is broad and includes both programmatic interventions and more general areas of adult literacy.

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The purpose of the Center for Evaluation and Research Services is to initiate and participate in evaluation and research service activities that improve the educational outcomes for Georgia and the nation’s diverse population and to positively impact educational practice while encouraging collaboration among and between disciplines.

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The Center on Literacy and Deafness (CLAD) aims to identify child and instructional factors that affect reading growth in this population and to develop individualized interventions specifically designed for deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) struggling readers in grades K-2.

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The mission of the Center for Pediatric Locomotion Sciences is to perform innovative, interdisciplinary research to improve the lives of children and adolescents with mobility disorders. Currently, the center is conducting exploratory research in four primary areas that challenge children: idiopathic toe walking, Down syndrome, lower limb amputation and cerebral palsy, and has already made important gains in each of these areas.

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The Center for Research on School Safety, School Climate and Classroom Management consists of faculty and staff members representing a broad span of academic orientations including education, psychology, nursing, social work, law, and criminal justice. The mission of the Center is to coordinate and support scholarly efforts to gain a fuller understanding of the variables affecting school safety, school climate and classroom management. This is accomplished by stimulating interdisciplinary basic and applied research in these areas, and by facilitating educational and outreach efforts that focus on our growing understanding of variables and interventions that affect school safety, school climate and classroom management.

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The Center for Research on Atypical Development and Learning (CRADL) is an interdisciplinary center founded in 1998.  It stimulates basic and applied research, and facilitates educational and outreach efforts, in areas related to atypical development and learning.

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The goal of Research on the Challenges of Acquiring Language and Literacy is to create a world class interdisciplinary research and doctoral training program focused on the acquisition of language and literacy.

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The Urban Child Study Center seeks to better understand and support the development, academic achievement and overall well-being of children living in urban areas. The mission of the center is to  focus on the entire lives and contexts of children living in urban communities who face complex challenges and to work with their teachers, neighborhoods and families.

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