Our center supports the discovery of new knowledge and its translation into the fields of education, workforce development and community engagement. The impact translational research can have on the well-being of individuals, families, and communities is remarkable and inspires our associates to continue to ask the complex questions that can lead to new exploration.
Our associates’ expertise has been gathered in research briefs, reports, and white papers readily available at no cost. These open educational resources make learning affordable
Grants and Contracts
We engage in translational research through an array of grants and contracts awarded by federal and statewide sponsors such as the US Department of Education,
With the College of Education and Human Ecology’s support, CETE’s faculty associates/affiliates and staff affiliates engage in resource development, research, scholarship and instruction in support
As a translational research center, scholarly work serves as a unifying priority. Our research is translated and disseminated through peer-reviewed and non peer-reviewed publications to
Conference and Invited Presentations
Conferences and invited presentations provide our scholars and associates opportunities to share new knowledge in their field, learn about leading-edge scholarship, access new ideas, and