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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

New Alumni!

Congratulations on graduating from UD. Whether you now have your Associate’s degree or a Ph.D., we are here to provide support and encouragement throughout your professional journey. Read More


Valerie Earnshaw received 4-Year NIH grant

Dr. Earnshaw received an Early Career Development award from National Institute of Health. She will study of stigma surrounding drug use while being mentored by Jean-Philippe Laurenceau, UD professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences. Read More


#CEHDClassrooms Contest

Calling all teachers! To recognize and reward you for all the time, energy and money spent on your classrooms, enter your photos in the #CEHDClassrooms Contest. Deadline August 31. Read More


Improving ELA instruction in DE classrooms

Literacy professors Josh Wilson and Charles MacArthur received an IES grant to study the effect PEG Writing software has on nearly 3,000 students from Red Clay School District in grades 3-5. The grant partners them with Gaysha Beard, supervisor of Red Clay’s English language arts (ELA).  Read More


Building life skills

On July 19, a student in CDS’s Summer CLSC program joined the Dean’s staff to learn about communications and marketing. CLSC provides young adults with disabilities the opportunity to develop essential life skills and explore practical experiences in their intended career path. Read More


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