From Fulbright scholars to undergraduate students, multidisciplinary research at the College of Education and Human Ecology is creating new knowledge in education, health and wellness and business.
We bring together theory and practice that extends our core work to the state, nation and world.
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Our award-winning researchers are making new discoveries and creating new knowledge that address critical issues, shape policy and prepare students to serve the world.
Dr. Wild’s research examines scientific conceptual understandings of students with visual impairments. Her projects are qualitative in nature and present a commitment to access and equity. In addition, she has examined teacher perceptions of science education for students with visual impairments.
Dr. Feng’s research focuses on the development of emotion regulation and emotional problems during early and middle childhood and the roles of temperament, parenting, and culture in the developmental processes. She is also interested in quantitative methods for longitudinal study.
Dr. Brock’s research studies the effects of practitioner training on implementation of evidence-based practice and outcomes for students with significant disabilities as well as avenues for supporting the inclusion of students with significant disabilities in general education classrooms.