The College of Health, Education, and Human Development and the Eugene T. Moore School of Education are jointly sponsoring the annual research forum that links research, teaching and public service activities. Each year, the focus of the forum changes to address current issues and trends. The forum started in the Spring of 1999 and has grown into an event that promotes and empowers faculty, staff, students and collaborative partners.
One of the main attractions of the forum continues to be the interactive poster presentations showcasing faculty, staff, graduate and undergraduate students and partners scholarly research and program/project activities. This platform provides participants an opportunity to engage in discussions that foster mutually beneficial collaborative opportunities. Contributions to this segment of the forum provide a dynamic learning and sharing environment.