New Grants

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.

Jeremy Stoddard and David Shaffer were awarded a grant of $392,161 from the Department of Education for “PurpleState 2.0: Investigating the Impact of a Virtual Internship on Argumentative Reading and Writing in Civic Education,” through June 30, 2022.

Matthew Wolfgram, Matthew HoraMindi Thompson and Zi Chen received a grant of $970,129 from the National Science Foundation for “The College Internship Study: A Longitudinal Mixed Methods Study Exploring the Impacts of College Internships on Student Outcomes at HBCUs,” through June 30, 2022.

Karl Rosengren was awarded a grant of $99,995 from the National Science Foundation to study the role of visual representations in children’s learning about biological variability, through Aug. 31, 2021.

Stephen Kilgus received a $1,030,364 grant from the U.S. Department of Education for a project called, “Development of Assessment Tools and Educator Training to Support Tier 2 Behavioral Intervention Selection,” from Aug. 20, 2018 to June 30, 2021.

Annalee Good received a $40,892 grant from the JPB Foundation to study the impacts of K12 digital learning on post-secondary and labor market outcomes from Sept. 1, 2019 through Aug. 31, 2020.

Leema Berland was awarded an $80,000 grant from the George Lucas Educational Foundation to explore enabling conditions for high-quality project-based learning through Aug. 31, 2020.