New Grants

Tim Boals (PI) was awarded $143,114 from the Lower Kuskokwim (Alaska) School District for the project, "Developing Culturally Responsive Native Language Assessment Systems," through June 2017.

Xueli Wang (PI) was awarded $800,000 from the National Science Foundation for the project, "Contextualize to Learn: Preparing Faculty Toward Math Contextualization for Student Success in Advanced Technological Education," through May 2020.

Martina Rau (PI) was awarded $598,400 by the National Science Foundation for the project "CAREER: Intelligent Representations: How to Blend Physical and Virtual Representations by Adapting to the Individual Student's Needs in Real Time" through 2022.

Jed Richardson (PI) was awarded $172,746 by Temple University for the project "Financial Aid Nudges: A National Experiment to Increase Retention of Financial Aid and College Persistence," through June, 2017.

Christine Pfund (PI) received $285,000 from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute for the project "Improving the Mentoring Relationships of Gilliam Fellows and their Mentors (CIMER HHMI Fellows)" through 2019.

Francois Tochon (PI) received $49,292.00 from the Spencer Foundation for the project "Language Education Policy and Identities Inclusion: Cultivating Distinctiveness: A Bi-Continental Conference Plan" through 2017.

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.