The Peabody Difference
Peabody's emphasis on learning differences has helped to define the college, as has a reputation for empirical rigor. The college is widely known for excellence in special education; leadership and policy; child development; psychology and human development; the learning sciences; quantitative methods; and educational neuroscience.
Our Commitment to Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
Peabody College is committed to maintaining an equitable and inclusive culture that ensures that all students, faculty, and staff feel welcomed, supported, and a part of our thriving Peabody community.
Patricia and Rodes Hart Dean of Education and Human Development
Associate Dean for Development and Alumni Relations
Associate Dean for International Students and Affairs
Assistant Dean for Academic Services
Associate Dean for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professional Education
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Graduate Education
Assistant Dean for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
Assistant Dean for Student Engagement and Well-Being
Associate Dean for Finance and Administration
Associate Dean for Data Analytics
Senior Associate Dean for Community and Special Projects
Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate Academic Affairs
Working across social and natural science disciplines at a breadth unusual for schools of education, Peabody faculty include educators, psychologists, child development experts, sociologists, economists, political scientists, neuroscientists, philosophers and historians of education, and quantitative methodologists. They share a national reputation for excellence and a focus on creating opportunities and improving lives, especially for underrepresented and underserved populations.
The faculty includes:
- 24 Endowed chair holders
- 15 American Educational Research Association Fellows
- 4 National Academy of Education Members
- 24 Association for Psychological Science Fellows
- 1 National Academy of Medicine Member
Peabody students come from all 50 states and many international countries. The college enrolls nearly 1,500 undergraduate (B.S.), more than 1,000 professional (M.Ed., M.P.P., M.S., and Ed.D.) and 200 graduate (Ph.D.) students across its 38 degree programs.
Peabody faculty, students and others are able to thrive because of the collaborative work of more than 300 college staff who daily contribute to fulfilling the educational, research and service missions of the college.
From networking opportunities and reunions to alumni recognition and activities, Peabody is your home for a lifetime. Its nearly 35,000 alumni share a lifelong commitment to creating positive change in schools; communities; higher education; and non-profit, for-profit, or governmental organizations.