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Congratulations to Dr. Carlton Fong (Assistant Professor in Curriculum & Instruction) for being selected by the American Educational Research Association (AERA) to participate in the AERA-Fellowship Program on the Study of Deeper Learning (AERA-SDL). The AERA-SDL includes the funding of $25,000 to support his research as well as additional professional development and training activities.

Congratulations to Dr. Stacy Hunter and Karen Brashfleid for being awarded a $4,262 REP grant to support their research entitled “Effects of Hot Yoga on Renal Sodium Handling in African Americans.”

Congratulations to Dr. John Farrell  and Dr. Joni Mettler who were awarded a $16,000 REP grant to support their research examining, “Contributors to Walking Capacity Across the Lifespan in MS."

Make sure to read the article, "TXST's EPDC Team Works With NASA's STEM@Home Initiative" to learn how educational resources for informal teachers have provided unique learning experiences for students during Covid-19. Click here!

 

Dr. Julie Jackson discusses how she has approached HyFlex teaching during this unusual time while providing beneficial step-by-step instructions! Click here!

Departments

Curriculum and Instruction
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction prepares knowledgeable and effective teachers who are responsive to the diverse needs of society. Through school and community partnerships, we advance research-based inquiry and instructional approaches that influence practice and policy.
Health and  Human Performance
The Department of Health and Human Performance creates and disseminates knowledge promoting evidence-based practice in health promotion, exercise science and recreation professions. They work to promote improved human performance and quality of life through evidence-based interventions.
Counseling, Leadership, Adult Education and School Psychology
The Department of Counseling, Leadership, Adult Education and School Psychology provides graduate education that promotes personal, cultural, social, emotional, educational and economic growth. Students generate research that advances the fields of education, mental health, and higher education.