University of Delaware
College of Education & Human Development banner

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.

More About The College

babies-in-ball-pit-sm

Gaining real world experience – on campus

childWheelchair

A career where you can make a difference

GeorgeAndGradStudt

CEHD faculty teach, mentor, research and serve

S. African children on bus w UD student

Having an impact around the world

labSchoolCraftBoy

Research to solve today’s challenging issues

TCSTeachAndUDStudt

Preparing teachers for the classroom

Becoming a Blue Hen

Becoming a Blue Hen

Becoming a Blue Hen

LATEST COLLEGE NEWS

BL4P Peace Camp in Colombia

Alumna Committed to Peace

In an effort to inspire a future of peace around the world, Kendra DeMicco, MAT ’13, established a young adult leadership development initiative. In 2017, her team held 3 Peace Camps–in Turkey, Iraq and Colombia, South America– bringing together 150 young people with opposing ideologies. Read More


UD campus in summer

Open job searches with CEHD

In addition to our postings for academic positions, we have added a job listing for a Part-Time Recruitment Specialist. If you have experience marketing undergrad and grad programs, apply to join our dynamic team while working on our beautiful Newark campus. Read More


Graduate Programs Open House

Join us this fall to learn about CEHD Graduate Programs. We are hosting open houses online and in person, providing information about our faculty, curriculum, funding and application requirements for our masters and doctoral programs. Read More


Gov. Carney signs 3 education bills

CEHD faculty and staff participated in the signing of 3 House Bills aimed at improving K-12 education in Delaware. These will the help increased pool of new teachers in DE public schools, and require high schools to offer computer science courses. Read More


Donate UD Connection UDaily Commitment to Delawareans