Centers, Institutes & Labs
The Center for the Advancement of Public Health (CAPH) assists organizations and individuals as they promote health and safety. Established in 1986, GMU’s CAPH offers a range of resources and services designed to add value to local, state and national initiatives.
The Center for International Education (CIE) is committed to developing international partnerships, delivering high quality academic programs and building the capacity of domestic and international institutions to better serve children, family, community and educators.
The Center for Restructuring Education in Science and Technology (CREST) provides leadership in education by developing partnerships with the education and business communities to conduct teacher professional development, research, and public service.
Producing competent athletic training graduates with a strong scientific foundational knowledge whom have the capability to practice as level II health care providers.
the Center for Digital Media Innovation and Diversity (CDMID) was established in 2009 to be a resource for research, design, and dissemination of digital media for diverse populations.
Our mission at the Center for Sport Management (CSM)is to advance the study and practice of sport management in all of its dimensions.
The Sports Medicine Assessment Research & Testing (S.M.A.R.T.) Laboratory strives to enhance the quality of life for all physically active individuals through the development and improvement of methods for the prevention, recognition, and treatment of injury and disease.
The Mathematics Education Center conducts research, provides professional development, and designs instructional materials to support mathematics teaching and learning.
The mission of the Center for Education Policy and Evaluation is to enrich the education policy knowledge base and promote the discussion of national, international, regional, and state education policy alternatives.
The Center for Outreach in Mathematics Professional Learning & Educational Technology (COMPLETE) provides high-quality professional development for teachers.
The Helen A. Kellar Institute for Human disAbilities (KIHd) develops and conducts comprehensive research, implements innovative teacher training programs, and develops state of the art technologies that improve the lives and productivity of individuals with disabilities.