Ronald R. Kelly's research interests and collaborative projects focus on deaf students' mathematical problem solving, reading comprehension, knowledge of both universal and numerically quantified sentences, visual input enhancement to improve English grammatical knowledge, and morphological knowledge related to English comprehension and the solution of mathematical word problems. He also examines non-cognitive personal factors that influence deaf students' persistence and success in college. Recently, he initiated a project on the career growth of deaf people. Ron is a reviewer and the Book Review Editor for the international Journal of Deaf Education and Deaf Studies, as well as Chair of the Institutional Review Board for the Protection of Human Subjects at Rochester Institute of Technology. He teaches a graduate course on technology applications for instruction and learning.