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Thomas M. Hunt is recognized internationally for his research on the place of sport in global political affairs. He is an expert in the field and has appeared in outlets as varied as CNN International, Rolling Stone, and the Australian Broadcast Network.

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Sara Bearman and Erin Rodriguez

Children need and deserve mental health care that has been tested and found to be effective.

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Thomas M. Hunt is recognized internationally for his research on the place of sport in global political affairs. He is an expert in the field and has appeared in outlets as varied as CNN International, Rolling Stone, and the Australian Broadcast Network.

Children need and deserve mental health care that has been tested and found to be effective.

Luis Urrieta, Jr. is completing a book, Resurgent Indigeneities: Re/Making Indigena and Comunalidad through Education in Rural Mexico. He was a scholar-in-residence at the School for Advanced Research in Santa Fe, New Mexico, in 2016-17.

Carol Fletcher leads WeTeach_CS, a program that has prepared nearly  400 educators across Texas to become certified to teach computer science in K-12 classrooms.

Kevin Cokley has been honored for his contributions to counseling psychology as well as ethnic minority psychology. He actively shares his knowledge and insights through public writing of op-eds and research-based commentaries.

Victor Saenz focuses on improving educational outcomes for male students of color across the state of Texas.

Educational Psychology Professor Kevin Stark and Clinical Assistant Professor Jane Gray are leaders in psychological assessment and treatment of youth in schools. Stark is co-founder of the Texas Child Study Center at Dell Medical Center in Austin, where Gray is director of psychology training

Marcia Barnes conducts research on the development of reading comprehension and mathematics, and on interventions for children with learning difficulties in these academic domains.

Darla Castelli examines the effects of physical activity and metabolic risk factors on cognitive performance among children and emerging adults through The Kinetic Kidz Lab

Louis Harrison, professor, and Anthony Brown, associate professor have created and launched a first-ever repository for research into the education of black males. The Black Male Education Research Collection (BMERC) provides a comprehensive compilation of peer-reviewed scholarly articles

Two College of Education alumni collaborate to help children with Autism succeed.

Currently, best practices for educating and supporting the educational outcomes of deaf and hard of hearing individuals after high school have not been studied rigorously or shared broadly, which means that uneven outcomes are common. The new center, which launches Jan. 1, aims to change that.