Our college has obtained $24 million in external funding for research, a steady increase over the past 4 years. A growing number of these grants are received from national funding sources including IES, NSF, and the U.S. Department of Education. Read more
These grants are helping us to:
identify innovative strategies to improve literacy & math instruction
increase school readiness through enhanced childcare
expand healthy food selection for low income populations
guide leaders to create more inclusive programs for people with disabilities.
Steven Amendum: LRA Early Career Achievement Award
Bahira Trask: National Council for Family Relations Fellow
Nancy Weiss: Dybwad Humanitarian Award
Steven Eidelman: AAIDD Leadership Award
Martha Buell, Rena Hallam: Salzburg Fellows
Our students have been applying their knowledge, helping to solve the challenges faced by children, families and the community.
Alison Hooper was awarded a national dissertation grant to help home-care providers serving underprivileged children improve their quality of care.
Marisa Kofkereceived a grant for UD's Center for the Study of Diversity to study the effect curriculum and teaching methods have on UD students within the disabilities studies minor.
Christy Manneringwas named one of Delaware's Top 10 Movers and Shakers for her work with 3B Brae's Brown Bags--a charity created by her 5th grader to feed the hungry--and her support of raising awareness about domestic abuse and sexual assault.
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