New Grants

Christine Pfund has received a grant of $16,432 from the National Institutes of Health for “Center for Coordination of Analytics, Science, Enhancement, and Logistics (CASEL) in Tobacco Regulatory Science – Year 2,” through Aug. 31, 2020. 


Christine Pfund has been awarded $1,197,500 by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute for "Optimizing the Mentoring Relationships of Gilliam Fellows and Their Mentors: Phase 2" through August 31, 2024.


The National Science Foundation has awarded $556,754 to Ross Benbow, You-Geon Lee and Matt Hora for their study, “Exploring STEM Career Pathway Persistence Among Student Service Members and Veterans: A Mixed Methods Study of Social Support Networks," through Oct. 31, 2022.


David Gagnon has been awarded $1,276,071 from the National Science Foundation to develop "Collaborative Research: AquaLab 9: An Online Game to Support Science Practice Learning Using Adaptive Learning Progressions," through June. 30, 2023.


Martina Rau received a grant of $300,000 from the National Science Foundation for a study on “Support for Individual and Collaborative Learning of Internal Visualization Skills for Complex Engineering Concepts in Active Learning Classes,” through Sept. 30, 2022.


The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Jennifer Asmus and Thomas Kratochwill $361,420 for their study, “Addressing the Integrity of the Problem-Solving Process: An Empirical Analysis of Problem-Solving Teams to Improve Team Functioning and Student Outcomes,” through Aug. 31, 2023.


David Gagnon has been awarded $107,527 by the Wisconsin Department of  Public Instruction for "Field Day Lab -- Year Six Funding" through Jane 30, 2020.


Stephen Kilgus, Andy Garbacz and Katie Eklund received a grant of $361,992 from the Department of Education for “Building an Efficient Targeted Intervention for Students At Risk for Internalizing Problems: The Resilience Education Program (REP), through May 30, 2023.