Research at the CEEO is facilitated by both education and engineering masters and doctoral students. Students interested in educational research must apply to the Tufts' Math, Science, Technology, and Engineering (MSTE) program through the Education Department. For more information on the MSTE program, please see the MSTE Education website. The CEEO currently employs six Ph.D. and one Master's MSTE student.
Students interested in engineering research, focusing on the application of educational technologies in the classroom, will apply through the School of Engineering to the Program for Engineers as Teachers (PET). Mechanical Engineering professor, Dr. Chris Rogers. His lab, the Tufts University Future Technologies Lab (TUFTL), has been fully integrated into the CEEO to focus mainly on developing educational technology products (see the Research page to view the current TUFTL research). TUFTL at the CEEO currently employs two Mechanical Engineering Master's students and one Engineering Human Factors Master's student.
Below are education and educational technology research positions available for graduate students. The majority of the projects are grants supported with opportunities for both new Ph.D. students and Master's students. Education research opportunities can be accessed by clicking the CEEO Research tab. Educational technology research can be accessed by clicking the TUFTL Research tab.