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Congratulations to our 2017 Connect Grant Awardees!

We are pleased to announce 13 of the 17 Connect Grant Proposals were selected for the AY 2016 funding round.

2016 AY Awardees

Training on a School-Based Research Protocol for Substance Abuse Prevention Services for Children with Conduct Disorders

PI: Lindsay Schenkel

Co-PI(s): Suzanne Bamonto and Rebecca Houston

 

Effectiveness of a booklet-based intervention in enhancing faculty attitudes toward transgender students

PI: A. Smerbeck

Co-PI: Henry C. Hinesley

 

Development of Early Career Faculty by Taking Advantage of Resources at Collaborative Institution

PI: Anju Gupta

 

Connecting Women in Emerging Technology Areas and Promoting Interdisciplinary Collaborations

PI: Santosh Kurinec

 

Formal Evaluation of WISe

PI: Lea Michel Vacca

Co-PI: Kara L. Maki

 

Increase Women Leadershipo in STEM and Entrepreneurship: Organize International Symposium on Global Women of Light and Present Invited Research Papers at International Conference

PI: Jie Qiao

 

Developing from Within: Creating Mindful Leaders and Mentors in the College of Science

PI: Leslie Kate Wright

Co-PI(s): Christy Tyler, Moumita Das, Scott Franklin, Jeyhan Kartaltepe, Hyla Sweet and Julie Thomas

 

An Exploration of Biological and Cultural Paradigms Through the Use of Microbes in Printmaking

PI: Eileen Bushnell

Co-PI: Jennifer Liedkie

 

Writing Research in Teams for Effectiveness (wRITe) Program

PI: dt ogilive

Co-PI: Kijana Crawford

 

Integrated & Collaborative Multi-Dimensional Support for Undergraduate Student Success & Wellness: Pilot Project

PI: Elizabeth Perry

 

Building a Community of Scholars in the College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST)

PI: Jennifer O'Neil

 

Establishing a Collaborative, Connected Faculty Network Focused on Engineering Education Best Practices

PI: James Lee

Co-PI: Rebecca Sumner

Development of a New Scholarly Research Capacity Through Collaboration & Mentoring- Disaster Science: Management & Recovery

PI: Jennifer Schneider

Co-PI(s): Malar Hirudayaraj, Muhammet Kesgin, Rick Lagiewski and Torrence E. Sparkman