Faculty Research Accomplishments and Distinctions
Dr. Michael Spagna, Dean
Dr. Adele Eskeles Gottfried, Professor and Director of Research Enhancement
We are pleased to welcome you to the Research Website of the Michael D. Eisner College of Education (MDECOE). Research is a priority, and a component of our mission, as we seek to expand knowledge across the varied domains represented by the diversity of the faculty, students, and programs of the MDECOE. Appearing below are research accomplishments and distinctions of the faculty of the MDECOE, which include individual distinctions as well as collaborations with colleagues and students. We are proud to make these available to you. Faculty names with associated links to specific achievements appear below. Follow-up may be sent to the faculty member’s email for further information. Thank you for your interest, and we are pleased that you have visited this resource.
2014-15 Research Competition Guidelines and Application
The University Research and Grants Committee requests applications from faculty members for the annual competition for awards to support faculty research, scholarship and creative activity, interpreted broadly to mean the disciplined quest for broadening human understanding. This quest includes artistic creation and the study of moral values, as well as logical and empirical inquiry into any field appropriate to the functions of the University. Projects related to curriculum development will not be considered through this competition. Faculty are encouraged to use the activities and results from these awards to pursue external funding to broaden the scope of their research, scholarship and creative activities.
View the guidelines and application
January 9, 2014 Deadline Nears for ERSP Projects
"... the deadline for Education Research Service Projects (ERSP) proposals is fast approaching on January 9, 2014. The ERSP initiative is designed to encourage education researchers to offer their pro bono expertise to educational organizations, institutions, or other community groups that have identified and expressed a need for such assistance. With the start of the new year, it is a perfect opportunity to undertake a research service project and give back using your expertise.
The ERSP initiative provides small grants ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 to defray direct costs involved in these projects. AERA expects that funded projects will be conducted within one year.