Research Opportunities and Resources

Get involved with an ongoing project or start a new one

Whether you’re a partner looking to collaborate or a student interested in engaging in research, opportunities abound to get involved. We encourage you to reach out directly to our faculty members and centers to find out how you can participate.

Here are just a few of the questions our faculty and students are asking right now:

  • What are implications of the “greening” of the teaching force for special education teacher preparation and induction?
  • How do teachers navigate the shift to blended learning?
  • How do perceptions of mental health counseling among undocumented immigrants impact their usage of counseling services?

Visit our faculty profiles to learn more about our faculty’s areas of expertise.

Funding Opportunities

Here are a few great places to begin looking for external funding:

Contact

Tom Farmer
Professor and Associate Dean for Research
Office 2121
(757) 221-1810
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