Facts and Figures
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Peabody faculty members have expertise across an array of social science, natural science, and humanistic disciplines including education, psychology, sociology, economics, political science, anthropology, geography, neuroscience, history and philosophy.
The faculty includes:
- 13 American Educational Research Association Fellows
- 3 National Academy of Education Fellows
- 1 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers recipient
Seven Peabody faculty members are among the American Enterprise Institute’s ranking of the top 200 most influential education scholars.
Peabody is home to the nation’s first interdisciplinary doctorate in educational neuroscience.
The college is consistently ranked by U.S. News & World Report among the top 10 graduate schools of education, including a No. 4 ranking in 2020.
U.S. News ranks six Peabody programs in the top five nationally, including No. 1 rankings for special education and educational administration and supervision.
Among our professional students, 96 percent have landed job within four months of graduation.
In 2017, two Peabody alumni were named college or university presidents.
Peabody offers a model for state-university partnerships as home to the Governor’s Academy for School Leaders and the Tennessee Education Research Alliance.
Annual research expenditures at Peabody exceed $35 million, making it among the most productive research schools of education.
23 Peabody faculty members hold endowed chairs.