Research & Innovation

Current Issue – Fall 2016

One blue pencil stands taller than the orange and yellow pencils all lined up in a row

How do teachers find professional autonomy?

Doctoral fellow Kayla Myers teamed up with Susan Cannon and Assistant Professor Sarah Bridges-Rhoads to find out how preservice teachers talk about and practice professional autonomy and freedom.

Asian-American woman reading in library

Can You Remember This?

Doctoral fellow Amani Talwar and Professor Daphne Greenberg examined the relationship between reading comprehension and two types of memory among adults who struggle with reading.

Grant Funding

The College of Education & Human Development has several local, state and nationally-funded projects in progress this year.

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Research & Innovation is the College of Education & Human Development’s biannual research newsletter. Read the latest issue.