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College of Education at a Glance


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The College of Education jumped in the rankings last year, moving up 25 spots to number 66 in the nation. “The college has undertaken several exciting initiatives this past year to expand faculty research opportunities,” says John McDonnell, interim dean of the College of Education. “We are building on the quality of our programs, creating access, equity and diversity in the student experience and we are very pleased to learn these accomplishments are being recognized through these rankings.”

By the Numbers:

  • Degree Programs: 26
  • Faculty/Staff: 127 (68 full-time; 37 part-time; 22 staff)
  • External Research Grant Funding: $5,047,752.63
  • Publications: 161 total
  • Number of published articles: 86
    • Number of book chapters: 44
    • Number of books/monographs: 19
    • Other: 12
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    • Total number of students: 1,196
    • Undergraduates: 717
    • Graduates: 544
    • Students receiving scholarship support: 72
    • Total amount of scholarship support: $357,350
    • Terrel H. Bell Teaching Incentive Loan Program Participants: 59
    • Total Terrel H. Bell Teaching Incentive Loan Program Funds Awarded: $332,800
Last Updated: 7/12/23