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By sharing our knowledge, insights on education and human development research, we promise our readers practical solutions that will impact and improve their lives. MORE +

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To be a world-leader in the discovery, creation, and sharing of knowledge for practical, public use. We are chartered to serve our community, students, and alumni as we advance teaching and learning in the goal of enhancing the psychological, physical, and social development of children, youth, and adults. Read the Blog +

The Beginning of a New Treatment Approach for Parkinson’s Disease

It is estimated that worldwide over 10 million people suffer from Parkinson’s Disease. This neurological disease impairs movement, leading to severe slowness, shaking (tremor) and problems in balance […] MORE +

Message from Dean Jean K. Quam

We are driven by a sustained belief in the value of each child and adult, with unique talents and challenges. We aim to apply our knowledge for public, practical use to impact and improve lives. Learn more about Dean Quam […] MORE +

Second Annual CEHD Rising Alumni Recognition

The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) has a long history of improving lives by educating our students on how to make a difference. The CEHD Alumni Society proud to recognize […] MORE +

Alumni Spotlight: Mom Enough

This internet-based radio show is produced by mother/daughter alums and features faculty from the Institute of Child Development. MORE +

Faculty Spotlight: Nicole LaVoi

CEHD’s Nicole LaVoi of the Tucker Center shares commentary on all things sport on her blog One Sport Voice. MORE +