Centers , Institutes and Projects

Center for Educational Research and Development

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Community Counseling and Research Center

The College of Education and Human Performance Community Counseling and Research Center (CCRC) is a state of the art clinical training facility with 10 counseling rooms including a play therapy and adolescent therapy room. The Clinic offers free individual, couple and family counseling sessions, and on occasion, we also conduct group-counseling programs.

Florida Center for Students with Unique Abilities

The Florida Center for Students with Unique Abilities provides fonancial support so students with intellectual disabilities have opportunities for on-campus college experiences and employment opportunities through degree, certificate, or non-degree programs.

Institute of Exercise Physiology and Wellness

The mission of the Institute of Exercise Physiology and Wellness is to perpetuate the exercise and wellness movement through behavioral intervention, physiological assessment, research studies and doctoral dissertations.

Morgridge International Reading Center

The Morgridge International Reading Center is a dynamic complex for the free exchange of ideas and information to improve literacy acquisition and instruction. Our main goal is to advance literacy through communication, collaboration, learning, and research.

Toni Jennings Exceptional Education Institute

The Toni Jennings Exceptional Education Institute is tangible proof that one person; or, in this case, one family; can make a difference. As their child entered the public school system, one family learned that the teacher in their son’s classroom was not certified to teach students with exceptional needs. As they talked with others, they learned this was not uncommon. The need to recruit, train and retain qualified teachers had become critical.

UCF Marriage and Family Research Institute

The UCF Marriage and Family Research Institute at the University of Central Florida was created in 2003 to facilitate the development of research and clinical initiatives to better support couples, marriages, and families. The Institute conducts original research and facilitates and supports scholarly activity of faculty and graduate students interested in marriage, family, and child issues. Additionally, the Institute can provide outcome and process evaluation services for other research projects part of and independent of the Institute.

 

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