Learn More About The College of Education and Behavioral Sciences
The College of Education and Behavioral Sciences prepares students through applied learning opportunities including experiences in classrooms, research laboratories, clinics, our communities, and across the globe.
Our students graduate as empowered professionals, leading and serving in the global workforce.
- Recruit and retain students dedicated to teaching, leading, and serving.
- Enhance the faculty and staff experience through the incorporation of current technologies; replacing outdated and paper-based work processes.
- Expand applied learning opportunities for students focusing on social engagement, social justice, and considerations expected of a diverse community.
- Broaden and strengthen faculty and community engagement in program-specific continuous program improvement practices and alumni needs.
Research in the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences
Research is an important part of the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. Students and faculty work together to conduct research on a wide variety of topics in laboratories and classrooms. Faculty in CEBS use a variety of methods to investigate questions relevant to counseling, education, leadership, and psychology.
Meet The Dean's Office Staff
College of Education and Behavioral Sciences is led by Dean Dr. Corinne Murphy. The Dean’s Office staff are here to support WKU's students experience.
Gary A. Ransdell Hall
Gary A. Ransdell Hall houses the Office of the Dean CEBS; the department of Administration, Leadership & Research, Counseling Programs, Elementary Education, Middle Grades & Secondary Education, Psychology, School of Teacher Education and Educational Technology.
Green Building Initiative
Ransdell Hall is the first building on campus to be built with LEED certification in mind and achieved the level above what was expected by university officials during construction. Ten years of planning and construction led to the gold-level certification of Ransdell Hall.