New Grants

John Gugerty (PI) received $18,000 from the Department of Education for the project "External Evaluation of the MSP TEAM Year 3 Project" through 2017.


Robert Mathieu (PI) received $227,847 from the National Science Foundation for the project "Collaborative Research: CIRTL INCLUDES - Towards an Alliance to Prepare a National Faculty for Broadening Success of Underrepresented 2-Year and 4-Year STEM Students," through 2018.


Jerlando Jackson (PI) received $67,488 from the National Science Foundation for "Collborative Research: NSF INCLUDES: Consortium of Minority Doctoral Scholars (CMDS)" through 2018.


Jessica Maher (PI) received $132,129 from the National Science Foundation for the project, "Collaborative Research: Investigating Contextual Factors that Impact Early-Career Faculty Teaching Practices" through 2019.


Martina Rau (PI) received $593,795 from the National Science Foundation through 2019 for the project, "Supporting Chemistry Learning with Adaptive Support for Connection Making Between Graphical Representations in a Cognitive Tutoring System."


Martina Rau (PI) received $540,396 from the National Science Foundation through 2019 for the project, "Modeling Perceptual Fluency with Visual Representation in an Intelligent Tutoring System for Undergraduate Chemistry."


Andy Garbacz (PI) received $400,000 from the U.S. Department of Education through 2020 for the project, "Conjoint behavioral consultation for middle school students with, or at risk for, serious emotional disturbance: A career development and research plan."


Jed Richardson (PI) received $200,000 from the Kresge Foundation through 2017 for the project, "Assessing the prevalence and correlates of food and housing insecurity among American community college students."