Supporting research and evaluation related to persons with developmental disabilities, other disabilities, and their families is one of the core functions of CDCI. Our center supports this research and evaluation through:
- Applied research and collaborative inquiry of CDCI personnel
- Funded work of our CDCI Affiliated Faculty Researchers, and
- Research and evaluation assistance provided to CDCI personnel and our affiliates.
Simply put, we evaluate projects, conduct research, and support others who do so to improve lives.
Jean S. Garvin Fellowship
Available for Vermont educators, this fellowship is designed to encourage the development and dissemination of knowledge that contributes to the education of Vermont's children and youth with disabilities by financially supporting related research activities (new or existing). See the Jean S. Gavin Research Fellowship for more information.
Research Into Practice Briefs: A Look at What We've Learned
CDCI presents a series in which authors describe recently published studies and reports in the field of developmental disabilities. Our goal is to explain what the publication was about and how it impacts our field and community, using a format that is accessible to a greater number of people. Visit our Research into Practice page to read and print summaries.