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NIH grant will study of stigma surrounding drug use

Valerie Earnshaw, UD’s CEHD Faculty Scholar, received a 4-year Mentored Research Scientist Development Award from the NIH to examine longitudinal associations between disclosure, stigma, social support, and SUD recovery-related outcomes among people receiving SUD treatment. Read More

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QUILS language screener for young children

Researchers in education, psychology and speech pathology have collaborated to develop a computerized language screener to help early childhood educators and specialists identify areas where young children are experiencing difficulties mastering language. Read More

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Writing instruction intervention for community colleges

UD researchers have created an instructional intervention that provides community college students the tools to significantly improve their writing skills. Read More

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Zoo program to model healthy eating

Alison Karpyn, CRESP, is partnering with Christiana Care and Nemours to introduce a healthy eating program, “Evaluating the lmpact of Healthy Food Product Offerings and Tastimals Marketing at the Zoo.” Read More

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Self-Regulated strategy instruction in college developmental writing

Large numbers of students enter postsecondary programs with a high school diploma but underprepared for college in reading, writing, or math achievement. The most recent National Assessments of Educational Progress Read More

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OIA brings medical technology into secondary classrooms

An interdisciplinary team of students and faculty from University of Delaware’s College of Education and Human Development and College of Engineering have developed unique curriculum kits, called Orthopaedics in Action Read More

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Funding for students to Make a Difference

Starting this fall, the College of Education and Human Development will be accepting proposals on innovative student solutions to challenging problems that impact children, families, schools and communities. Undergraduate students at Read More

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