The Mizzou Ed Bully Prevention Lab receives most of its funding through the University as well as private donors. The federal donors have not yet jumped at the wonderful opportunity to provide bully prevention programs with financial stability. The Lab has been creative financially and has always been able to serve many students around the Mid Missouri area. Click on the photo above to continue reading about how the Bully Prevention Lab has been able to meet their students' needs with the University funding they have been granted.
Dr. Chad Rose is the recipient of the CEC Division for Research 2019 Distinguished Early Career Research Award. It was a great honor for Dr. Rose to receive this award during the Council for Exceptional Children National Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana. "This award recognizes individuals who have made outstanding scientific contributions in basic and/or applied research in special education within the first 10 years after receiving the doctoral degree" (Division for Research Council for Exceptional Children). The award acknowledged that Dr. Rose is considered to be one of the most promising young scholars in the area of bullying among students with disabilities. His work in bully prevention continues to gain recognition internationally. Many of Dr. Chad Rose's students and assistant researchers were able to be pre...
Wednesday, October 11th, 2017, by Cailin Riley, Columbia, Mo. – Tucked away on the bottom floor of Townsend Hall on the University Of Missouri campus, a new piece of technology is changing the lives of bullied kids in schools throughout Missouri. Spanning across an entire wall of the Nureva room [...]
Monday, May 1st, 2017, by Edward Lang, Boonville, Mo. – THE ISSUE: Bullying, especially in schools, has become a national epidemic. THE IMPACT: Boonville schools, along with the University of Missouri and the Boonville Police Department are working together for better solutions to this problem. The district hopes to have a community discussion [...]
Wednesday, December 28th, 2016, by HealthDay News – Bullying is a problem that affects almost all students in some ways, but for disabled children it's a problem that seems to last throughout their school years.Disabled children, including those with learning disabilities, were about 20 percent more likely to report [...]
Tuesday, November 29th, 2016, by Isabella Alves, Columbia, Mo. – Students with disabilities are more often the victims and perpetrators of bullying in schools than students without disabilities, a new study shows. Chad Rose, MU assistant professor in the Department of Special Education [...]