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Montclair State University stands as an R2 research institution, recognized for our commitment to groundbreaking research. The College for Community Health proudly boasts over $70 million in funded projects, empowering our distinguished faculty to lead innovative initiatives that directly address the pressing real-world needs of communities.
Explore the forefront of our research initiatives and discover the tangible impact we’re making for a healthier tomorrow.

Research Projects and Labs

Communication Sciences and Disorders Research Labs
The department of Communication Sciences and Disorders houses several applied research labs, fostering innovation and real-world impact.

Communities Organizing for Prevention and Empowerment (Project COPE)
With a five-year federal grant given to Montclair State University’s Department of Family and Child Studies, Project COPE works to prevent substance abuse and the spread of HIV among African American and Latino youth in Paterson, NJ.

Exercise Science Labs
The Exercise Science and Physical Education department boasts a cutting-edge exercise science lab which supports research in physiology, biomechanics, and motor learning.

Research on Youth Thriving and Evaluation (RYTE) Institute
The Institute for Research on Youth Thriving and Evaluation (RYTE Institute) explores questions related to youth thriving, developmental science, and program evaluation and planning from a systems science perspective.

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