Our department is dedicated to advancing knowledge of human behavior as it relates to education. We train our students to work as teachers, counselors, evaluators and researchers in educational environments by cultivating mastery of skills in the areas of human development and behavior, psychology of education, learning theory and research and evaluation methods.

Upcoming Calendar/Events

October 7 Doctoral Research Colloquium Presenter: Clarissa Terrell, The impact of elementary school teachers' beliefs about classroom management on teacher self-efficacy and implementation of classroom management strategies
12 - 1 PM, SZB 523  
October 28 Doctoral Research Colloquium Presenter: Sarah Schoffstall, Culturally-responsivle adaptations to traume identification & treatment: A qualitative study of practitioners serving d/Deaf & hard of hearing youth.
12 - 1 PM, SZB 523 
November 4 Doctoral Research Colloquium Presenter: Kyle Williams, The Development of Interest in Early Childhood Classrooms
12 - 1 PM, SZB 523