Student Research

Students in the college are actively engaged in research activities that contribute to the knowledge base of education endeavors related to our programs.

Fall 2022 Curriculum & Instruction Research and Creative Activities FairVirtual: Monday, Decmeber 5, 20224:30–6 p.m. CT

In-Person: Tuesday, Decmeber 6, 20223:30–5 p.m. CT

In-person poster session - BH 121 - All are welcome

Please contact Dr. Suzanne Porath at with any questions.

If you are interested in presenting, please watch the video below that explains the expectations.

Fall 2022 Research and Creative Activities Fair Expectations

Google Slide of Presentation

If you would like to present at the Curriculum & Instruction Research and Creative Activities Fair, please complete the online Google Form.

If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Suzanne Porath,

Undergraduate Research

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction hosts an Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Fair each semester to enable undergraduate students in the department to share the research they have conducted over the course of the semester. To engage in a research project an undergraduate student needs to have a research interest and a faculty member to serve in an advisory or collaborative role. These projects can then result in articles or presentations for professional organizations. For more information on how to get involved in research, students must contact their academic advisor.

Curriculum and Instruction Model for Undergraduate Research (PDF)

Recent Undergraduate Research Projects


Office of the Associate Dean for Research and External Funding
017 Bluemont Hall

Cindy Shuman
Associate Dean

Morgan Jobe
Project/Program Coordinator