On this page, you can find faculty members in the College of Education, in other colleges at FSU, and at other institutions who have research interests and/or expertise that may be helpful to you as you go about planning and conducting your research activities.
Click on the links below to find faculty members with research interests and/or expertise that may be helpful to you.
Use the link below to create or update your Vita for the Faculty Expertise and Advancement System, thus enabling other researchers who have similar interests to identify and contact you.
During this annual poster session event, usually held during August in tandem with the All-College meeting, COE faculty have the opportunity to share their research plans with one another. In addition to discussing their planned and underway research projects, faculty discuss their larger research interests and expertise with one another, with the goal of establishing research partnerships that will enhance future research activities. If you would like an electronic version of the faculty posters from prior events, please contact Terra Bradley, COE Office of Research Senior Editor.
As part of our effort to help you with your research activities, the College of Education partners with other colleges across the university to hold events that provide you opportunities to discuss your research interests, establish research partnerships that may enhance your research activities, and learn about grant opportunities.
Faculty Cross-College Research Collaboration Meeting
FSU Alumni Center
During this meeting, participants had the opportunity to discuss their research interests with faculty from several colleges across the university—including Communication & Information, Education, and Medicine—and establish research partnerships that will enhance future research activities. The event included:
Patient-Centered Research and Education Presentation
COE Dean’s Conference Room
Heather Flynn, Vice Chair for Research at the FSU College of Medicine, presented information about new grant opportunities available through the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI).