New Grants

Timothy Tansey and Malachy Bishop have received a grant of $344,560 from the Department of Education for “Increasing state vocational rehabilitation agency capacity to place persons with disabilities in high quality employment settings (Demonstration and TP Funds)” through Sept. 30, 2025. (120720)


Timothy Tansey and Malachy Bishop have been awarded $3,000,000 from the Department of Education for “Increasing state vocational rehabilitation agency capacity to place persons with disabilities in high quality employment settings (Rehab TP Funds)” through Sept. 30, 2025. (120720)


Sadhana Puntambekar has received a grant of $500,035 from the National Science Foundation, in a subcontract from the University of Colorado-Boulder, for “AI Institute: Institute for Student-AI Teaming (iSAT)” through Aug. 14, 2025. (112520)


Percival Matthews has been awarded $12,496 from the Institute of Education Sciences, in a subcontract from Kent State University, for “An Educational Intervention to Combat Whole Number Bias in Risk Perceptions in Ambiguous Health Context: COVID-19” through Aug. 31, 2021. (112320)


Zhe Gigi An has received a grant of $15,294 from the Department of Human Health Services, in a subcontract from the University of Massachusetts - Boston, for “Challenging Behavior and Social-emotional Competence for Children in Head Start Classrooms: Is there Evidence of Teacher Implicit Bias?” through March 29, 2022. (112020)


Martha Alibali and Eric Grodsky have been awarded $4,317,535 from the Institute of Education Sciences for “The University of Wisconsin - Madison Interdisciplinary Training Program for Predoctoral Research in the Education Sciences” through June 30, 2025. (112020)


Mitchell Nathan has received a grant of $536,280 from the Institute of Education Sciences, in a subcontract from Southern Methodist University, for “Exploring Collaborative Embodiment for Learning (EXCEL): Understanding Geometry Through Multiple Modalities,” through July 31, 2021. (112020)


Robin Greenler and Donald Gillian-Daniel have been awarded a grant of $32,982 from the National Science Foundation, in a subcontract from the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities, for “Aspire’s Inclusive Faculty Framework Professional Development Series: Building DEI Capacity in the INCLUDES National Network to Broaden Participation” through August 31, 2021. (112020)