The Social Development Research Group (SDRG) is a nationally recognized, interdisciplinary team of researchers united in a common mission that is to understand and promote healthy behaviors and positive social development among diverse populations by:
Conducting research on factors that influence development.
Developing & testing the effectiveness of interventions.
Studying service systems and working to improve them.
Advocating for science-based solutions to health and behavior problems.
Disseminating knowledge, tools, and expertise produced by our research.
Edwina Uehara, Dean, School of Social Work
College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Psychology, Department of Sociology,
College of Education,
School of Public Health,
School of Nursing,
School of Medicine