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Office of Research

Drexel University School of Education

Drexel University’s School of Education has diverse faculty expertise in many areas, including Teacher Education, Higher Education, Global and International Education, Educational Administration and Leadership, Learning Technologies, and Human Resource Development.  Collaborative research associated with these areas and more is expansive, interdisciplinary and focused, with a particular emphasis on technology-enhanced education and the learning sciences.

Research productivity, measured both by peer-reviewed publications and funded research expenditures continues to be a high priority, encouraging scholarly inquiry to improve education practices locally and globally.

Sponsored Research & Grant Projects

Whether exploring digital game based learning, building activities to enhance teaching practice or developing creativity in engineering using mobile application technology, at the School of Education, Drexel's faculty, staff and research students are collaborating together and exploring knowledge, resources and tools of the 21st century.

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Faculty Research Funding Initiative (FRFI)

Faculty projects are supported with seed funding through a competitive application process each year with the intention of enabling faculty to establish and then scale their research agendas. Faculty partner with school districts and colleagues within the School of Education or across Drexel to pilot new research projects aimed at advancing the field of education while contributing to the local educational ecosystem.

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Emerging Voices in Education

Emerging Voices in Education (EViE) is the internationally reviewed and editorially independent educational journal run by doctoral students through the Drexel University School of Education.

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Doctoral Student Research Briefs

Each month, Drexel School of Education doctoral students present research related to their dissertations at our Doctoral Student Colloquium. One Drexel University School of Education PhD student and one EdD student present their research before an audience of Drexel students, faculty and professional staff. Listed below are the names of each student, the title of their project, supervising professors and a link to a brief on their research.

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Visiting Scholars

The Visiting Scholars program is open to scholars from other academic institutions or independent scholars wishing to take advantage of School of Education faculty and resources.

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