Welcome to the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Wisconsin–Madison! We invite you to learn more about our PhD, EdS, MS, and certificate programs.
Graduates in the Quantitative Methods area teach, serve as consultants to educational researchers, and conduct research on statistics and psychometrics in education-related fields.
The Learning Analytics online MS program empowers graduates to impact teaching, learning, and policy by harnessing vast amounts of educational data.
Ranked #3 in the Nation
UW–Madison’s Department of Educational Psychology is regularly ranked as one of the top programs in its field in U.S. News & World Report.
UW–Madison’s Mitch Nathan has been invited to deliver a presentation at an event for teachers in Santiago, Chile, focused on “Enseñando con el Cerebro en Mente / Teaching with the Brain in Mind.” Nathan is …
The Department of Educational Psychology Associate Professor, and The LCD Lab’s PI, Dr. Haley Vlach, was featured on PBS this month, speaking about “Why Forgetting Helps Us Remember.” The hour-long episode overviewed some of the …
David Kaplan, the Patricia Busk Professor of Quantitative Methods in the Department of Educational Psychology was elected as President of the Psychometric Society. His term will begin in July 2023 The Psychometric Society was founded …
Our faculty in the Department of Educational Psychology are leading scholars in their fields, who are also committed and excellent teachers.
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- February 4BIOS Seminar The Cognitive Neuroscience of eSports12:00 PM, Bennett Hall C/D, Student-Athlete Performance Center, Camp Randall Stadium
Also offered online
- February 8
- February 9