New grants this year

Summary: increased capacity
Reductions in state school funding to support the GSE are creating fiscal challenges. Fortunately, our efforts to support research and grant acquisition are succeeding. In fiscal year 2009-10, GSE faculty submitted 24 proposals, almost twice as many as the previous year. Of these, 11 proposals were funded: (three of which were submitted in fiscal year 2008-09). These will bring in $930,123 over the next four years. Six larger, federal grants submitted this year, worth approximately $2,790,000, are still pending decision.

Awards over $25,000 funded in fiscal year 2009–2010

David Allen—SPED
Blended Early Ed Specialists (BEES) Project
U.S. Department of Education
$797,123
1/10–12/13

Dilafruz Williams—Educational Leadership and Policy
Effects of Garden-Based Learning on Academic Outcomes
Spencer Foundation
$40,000
12/1/09

Pat Burk—Educational Leadership and Policy
Linda Jessell—Center for Student Success
Cradle to Career P-20 Initiatives
United Way of the Columbia Willamette
$25,000
2/10–6/10

Faculty enhancement grants for 2009–2010

Swapna Mukhopadhyay
Socially Relevant Mathematics Education

Nicole Rigelman
Improving Math Teaching and Learning—Building University and School Partnerships

Janine Allen
Student and Parent Perspectives on Academic Advising

Dot McElhone
Conceptual Press Discourse During Reading Comprehension Instruction

Julie Esparza Brown
Learning from Their Mistakes: The Educational Utility of Using a Metalinguistic Question Paradigm to Assess ELL Students’ Abilities to Identify, Correct and Explain Their Own Language Errors

2009-10 Annual Report | Contents

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