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The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) offers programs that integrate classwork with extensive field experience, to prepare our students to address the most pressing social and educational issues of our time. Over 100 faculty members guide our 1,300 undergraduate and graduate students to become educators, researchers, advocates and leaders in their fields, locally and around the globe.

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Gaining real world experience – on campus

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A career where you can make a difference

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CEHD faculty teach, mentor, research and serve

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Having an impact around the world

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Research to solve today’s challenging issues

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Preparing teachers for the classroom

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LATEST COLLEGE NEWS

January Graduate Open House

Graduate Open House

Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017 6:00-8:99PM Advance your career in education and human services. Join us for the CEHD Graduate Open House to learn about our dozen graduate programs. Read More


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Elena Delle Donne makes Forbes 30/30 list

HDFS alumna Elena Delle Donne was 1 of 2 UD alumni selected for Forbes 2017 “30 Under 30” list. Delle Donne was a Dean’s List student and an NCAA Division I Academic All-American of the Year, before becoming a prominent player in the WNBA and a gold medalist at the 2016 Summer Olympics. Read More


Strengthening education thru partnerships

This fall, CEHD established partnerships with a number of organizations to foster academic success, including Stubbs Elementary School in Wilm., the American Community School of Athens and the Partnership for Public Education in DE. Read More


Advocating for survivors of abuse

Olivia Blythe, a human services and women & gender studies major, wants to make a career advocating for survivors of domestic abuse. When she learned that faculty member Ruth Fleury-Steiner was looking for assistance evaluating the protection order process in domestic abuse cases, Blythe jumped at the chance. Read More


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