New Grants

Linn Posey-Maddox (PI) was awarded $49,747 by the Spencer Foundation for the project "Black in the 'Burbs: Community, Family, and Schooling in Suburbia" through 2018.


Jerlando Jackson (PI) was awarded $64,426 by the National Science Foundation for the project "Collaborative Research: GEODES: Geoscience Diversity Experiential Simulations" through 2019.


Laurene Christensen (PI) was awarded $1,351,047 by the Arizona Department of Education for the project Alternate English Language Learning Assessment (ALTELLA) through September 2017.


Mitchell Nathan (PI) was awarded $325,031 by the James S. McDonnell Foundation for the project "Understanding Teacher Change and Teachers as Learners in K-12 Classrooms (TAL)" through April 2020.


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.