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Center for Leadership in Education and Health

Center Priorities

Conduct scholarly activities that inform best practices and contribute to professional discourse.

  • Develops and supports diverse leaders in the professions among our students in undergraduate, masters, and doctoral programs.
  • Provides assistance to educational and healthcare organizations in support of evidence-based practice.

Create scholarly exchange among University faculty and students.

  • Brings together faculty, undergraduate, masters, and doctoral students and community members for the purpose of sharing expertise, ideas, and resources for the purpose of advancing translational research in the education and health professions. 

Facilitate research partnerships that connect students and institutional partners in greater Hartford and global communities.

  • Assists research partnerships between faculty, undergraduate, masters, and doctoral students and community members that design innovative translational and community based research that serves the community, education and health professions.

University Community Engagement

The Center for Leadership in Education and Health invites students, alumni, and community members to partner with faculty members to engage in inquiry pertaining to positive social change and justice.

Undergraduate students

  • Engage with faculty in research. Examples of previous research projects include:
    • Nursing Students Promote Public Health in Hartford
    • Promoting Independence: Employment Support for Transition Aged Individuals with Disability (Mikayla Pascucci ’18, Integrated Elementary and Special Education)
    • Segmental trunk support for hippotherapy (Madison Markey ’20, Combined Health Science and Physical Therapy)
  • Engage in research through honors program. Examples of previous honors program projects include:
  • Undergraduate Research Leadership Alliance connects undergraduate students to faculty and graduate students who share similar methodological skills and research interests for the purpose of mentorship. This research alliance may be related to the University of Hartford honors program or it may be established by students or faculty advisors.
  • ENHP Day is an opportunity to present research to faculty, students, and community members.

Masters and Doctoral students

  • ENHP Day is an opportunity to present research to faculty, students, and community members.

Research Environments

In these resourced environments faculty, students, and community partners come together to explore, learn, test, and advance knowledge.

Here are the locations of current research activity:

For more information about the Center for Leadership in Education and Health, contact Karen Case, associate professor, Department of Education, at kcase@hartford.edu.