Office of Research Development
If you are involved with research as a student, faculty or staff member in the College of Education and Human Development, the Office of Research Development is here to work with you.
Established in 2007, the office works on many aspects of research, especially with securing external funding through grants, contracts and cooperative agreements. On this site, you will find information on all our services, as well information about scholarship within our college. We welcome your input, so please contact us with your suggestions.
Rodney Hopson, Associate Dean for Research
Rodney Hopson is a professor, Division of Educational Psychology, Research Methods, and Education Policy, College of Education and Human Development and Senior Research Fellow, Center for Education Policy and Evaluation, George Mason University. Hopson currently serves as an affiliated faculty member of the Center for Culturally Responsive Assessment and Evaluation (CREA) at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
Anthony (Eamonn) Kelly, Associate Dean for Research
Eamonn Kelly was born in Galway City, Ireland. He earned a bachelors degree at St. Patricks College, Dublin, and earned three Masters degrees at California State University at Chico. He earned a Ph.D. at Stanford University in psychological studies in education and took a position at Rutgers University in New Jersey. After promotion to associate professor at Rutgers, he was a visiting scholar at UC Davis, and served at the National Science Foundation (1997-2000; 2006-2007). He is professor of educational psychology at George Mason University.
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