Christi Bergin and eMINTS received an $8 million grant to expand into 80 middle schools to reach 1,200 teachers and administrators as well as 25,000 students.
The newest buddy system in Columbia Public Schools connects college juniors with first grade students for mutual growth and learning.
Many people associate virtual reality headsets with interactive video games, but Noah Glaser is using them for something far more important — helping autistic people navigate public transportation on college campuses.
A new study shows that when colleges host ‘STEM Career Days,’ the students who attend are far more likely to pursue a career in a STEM related field.
Secondary Language Arts Education major Kobe Messick has turned his refurbished sneaker and streetwear hobby into a business called Columbia Sneaker Exchange.
University of Missouri assistant professor of art education Linda Helmick’s latest research project is titled “The pedagogic legacy of Friedl Dicker-Brandeis.
Over its century of existence, the Child Development Lab has evolved toward its three-part mission — research, observation and hands-on teaching for college students, as well as caring for and educating young children.
SISLT professor’s research team develops a virtual reality clean lab to train future engineers.
How Erica Lembke harnesses federal research funding to develop tools and methods that teach teachers to use data-based instruction in reading and math.
The College of Education & Human Development is pleased to welcome 25 new faculty members this fall.