Stories about College of Education

Research led by Nicole Johnson, associate professor of counseling psychology, finds that 70% of school shooters have perpetrated violence against women can influence prevention strategies, authors say.

Hojnoski testified about the critical shortage of mental health professionals in Pennsylvania.

Lehigh researchers provide a methodology for predicting wildfires, work to speed up the translation of research into actual use, discover a novel way to capture carbon pollution, and other developments.

The new Accelerating Research Translation (ART) program addresses the gap between academic research and practical solutions for society’s complex problems.

Community and business leaders are welcomed to campus for discussion on the role of universities in fostering innovation.

Li's research focuses on designing intelligent learning and training applications, as well as investigating the mechanisms of learning and behavioral change.

Kristi Morin develops Project STAY to help new teachers working with autistic students and improve teacher retention.

More faculty are supplementing their lesson plans with “extended reality,” or XR learning, which includes virtual and augmented reality.

Lehigh’s College of Education focuses on innovative teaching, experiential learning and interdisciplinarity. Its graduates have won accolades for their school leadership.

The APA’s Division of School Psychology early career award recognizes Van Norman’s significant contributions to the field.