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The College of Education at the University of Memphis is Driven by Excellence! We strive for excellence and transform innovation into action as we lead, teach, research, and serve. We train teachers, educational leaders, counselors, and researchers who will impact Memphis, the Mid-South, and the world.
COE Faculty Open BRAIN CENTER
The College of Education's BRAIN CENTER (Building Resilience across Ages through Integrative Neuroscience a Consortium of Education,Neurofeedback Therapy, Epigenetics and Research) researchers have begun a groundbreaking, transdisciplinary, inter-institutional project in the field of clinical neuroscience and genomics research. The team has partnered with a mental health treatment facility to examine the application of integrative neuroscience technology to address trauma and mental health disorders in combination with environmental toxin exposure.
The BRAIN CENTER was founded in 2017 by Dr. Eraina Schauss, Assistant Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling, in partnership with colleagues in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, the College of Public Health and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center's Department of Genetics, Genomics, and Informatics. The research findings will have enormous implications in the fields of genetics, genomics, clinical neuroscience and mental health treatment. For more information about the BRAIN CENTER visit their website at braincentermemphis.org>.
The College of Education offers Teaching Certification and so much more! We have three departments that offer over 30 degree programs at the graduate and undergraduate level. To see which degree program will help you pursue excellence, visit our departmental pages.
- Interested in school counseling or educational research? Learn more about the Counseling, Educational Psychology and Research (CEPR) department>.
- Interested in teaching at the K-12 level or instructional design? Learn more about the Instruction and Curriculum Leadership (ICL) department>.
- Interested in being a K-12 administrator or researching or administrating in higher education? Learn more about the Leadership (LEAD) department>.