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The purpose of CBER is to conduct rigorous research and translate and disseminate empirically-supported practices that promote equity and improve educational outcomes for all learners, especially those with or at risk for learning and behavioral difficulties. More about CBER

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  • Dr. Allison Lombardi’s and Emily Tarconish’s new research project Dr. Allison Lombardi’s and Emily Tarconish’s new research project
    Dr. Allison Lombardi and Emily Tarconish, a CBER student researcher, received a CETL (Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning) mini grant for their project "Assessing the Impact of Disability-Awareness Videos on Faculty Member’s Teaching Effectiveness" . Please click the title for more info.
  • Dr. Allison Lombardi receives the 2018 Outstanding Early Career Scholar Award Dr. Allison Lombardi receives the 2018 Outstanding Early Career Scholar Award
    Dr. Allison Lombardi received the 2018 Neag School of Education Outstanding Early Career Scholar Award. This award is given to a faculty member(s) in the Neag School of Education within the first eight years (at least two years at UConn) of his or her academic career following the completion of the doctoral degree and recognizes outstanding early-career contributions to his or her field of study, along with a demonstrated potential for continued research success and achievements. Congratulations, Dr. Lombardi!
  • CBER’s Updated Fact Sheet is now online! CBER’s Updated Fact Sheet is now online!
    CBER seeks to promote equity and improve educational outcomes for all learners, especially those with or at risk for learning and behavioral difficulties. Our faculty conduct innovative, rigorous, and translational research on effective educational practices and systems related to four areas: Literacy, positive behavioral supports, behavioral health and school climate, as well as transition and postsecondary education. See our research impact, public engagement, and how we shape the shape the future of education in our updated factoid by clicking the title!
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