The College of Education & Human Development is ranked 11th nationally in research expenditures on the National Science Foundation’s Higher Education Research and Development (HERD) Survey.
Percentage of CEHD principal investigators who are women
Total research funding the CEHD received during the 2021 fiscal year
The total funding that CEHD research centers received during the 2021 fiscal year
Total research expenditures at Georgia State University in the 2020 fiscal year. Since FY2010, Georgia State’s research expenditures have increased 150 percent, making the university the fifth fastest-growing institution in the nation.
Educators in several states use the Orton-Gillingham approach to reading intervention for students with dyslexia. Assistant Professor Elizabeth Stevens and colleagues reviewed this intervention method to learn whether current research supports its use.
Our Dean’s Research Doctoral Fellowship initiative recognizes outstanding scholarly accomplishments and the academic potential of newly admitted research doctoral students in the college. Recipients of the four-year fellowship embody the highest standards of research and scholarship in the CEHD’s graduate programs.