College of Education grants: Oct. 13, 2021

October 12, 2021

Following are active external research grants awarded to faculty in the Penn State College of Education since July 1, 2021:

  • Carol Clymer, associate teaching professor and co-director of the Institute for the Study of Adult Literacy and the Goodling Institute for Research in Family Literacy; Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Education, $108,701: “Adult Basic Education Direct Service (Tutoring) 2021-2022”; Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Education, $250,013: “Adult Basic Education Direct Service (Federal) 2021-22”; and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Education, $184,987: “Adult Basic Education Direct Service (State) 2021-22.”
  • James DiPerna, professor of education (school psychology), and Pui-wa Lei, professor of education (educational psychology); Institute of Education Sciences, $457,242: “ACES-2: Development and Validation of the Revised Academic Competence Evaluation Scales.”
  • Jennifer Frank, associate professor of education (special education and school psychology), Deborah Schussler, professor of education (educational leadership), and Damon Jones, associate research professor, The Edna Bennett Pierce Prevention Research Center; Institute of Education Sciences, $788,669: “Cultivating Awareness and Resilience in Education for Special Educators: Supporting Educator Capacity and Well-Being to Promote Positive Student Outcomes.”
  • Kaylynn Hamilton, associate teaching professor; Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Education, $75,000: “Federal State Leadership Integrated Education and Training (IET) 2021-2022.”
  • Kaylynn Hamilton, associate teaching professor, and Carol Clymer, associate teaching professor and co-director of the Institute for the Study of Adult Literacy and the Goodling Institute for Research in Family Literacy; Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Education, $275,000: “Federal State Leadership Workforce Development System Liaison 2021-2022.”
  • Kathleen Hill, director of the Center for Science and the Schools and associate teaching professor (science education), Jonathan Duncan, assistant professor of agricultural sciences, and Linda Duerr, Childcare Program Specialist; National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, $74,768: “Headwater Investigations for Kids and Educators to Promote Watershed Research and Stewardship (HIKERS).”
  • Alexandra List, associate professor of education (educational psychology), P. Karen Murphy, distinguished professor of education (educational psychology), and Pui-wa Lei, professor of education (educational psychology); American Educational Research Association, $34,987: “Setting an Agenda for an Anti-Racist Program of Research in Educational Psychology.”
  • Michael McCarty, research technologist, and Carol Clymer, associate teaching professor and co-director of the Institute for the Study of Adult Literacy and the Goodling Institute for Research in Family Literacy; Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Education, $165,000: “Federal State Leadership Management Information System 2021-22.”
  • Scott McDonald, professor of education (science education); The Concord Consortium, $172,461: “GeoHazard: Modeling Natural Hazards and Assessing Risks.”
  • Scott McDonald, professor of education (science education), and Jonte Taylor, associate professor of education (special education); The Concord Consortium, $139,464: “Geological Construction of Rock Arrangements from Tectonics: Systems Modeling Across Scales (GeoCRAFT)”; and The Concord Consortium, $116,106: “Geological Construction of Rock Arrangements from Tectonics: Systems Modeling Across Scales (GeoCRAFT).”
  • Dana Mitra, professor of education (educational theory and policy); Search Institute, $254,249: “Student Voice to Student Outcomes.”
  • Leticia Oseguera, professor and scientist of education (higher education); University of Maryland Baltimore County, $19,685: “Howard Hughes Medical Institute Undergraduate Scholars Program Assessment.”
  • Elizabeth Prosek, associate professor of education (counselor education); North Atlantic Region Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, $800: “Informing Racial Social Justice Advocacy: Voices from Asian International Counselor Trainees.”
  • Tracy Raulston, assistant professor of education (special education); Organization for Autism Research, $2,000: “Providing Asynchronous Coaching via Video Feedback for Parents of Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Minimal Speech on Naturalistic Behavior Strategies.”
  • Paul Riccomini, associate professor of education (special education); U.S. Department of Education, $1,160,821: “Project BRITE: Bringing Research and Intervention to Trauma-Informed Education.”
  • Kai Schafft, professor of education (educational leadership and rural sociology), Erica Frankenberg, professor of education (educational leadership and demography), Matthew Kelly, assistant professor of education (educational leadership), Ashley Patterson, assistant professor of education (curriculum and instruction), and David Gamson, professor of education (educational theory and policy); Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Center for Rural Pennsylvania, $60,000: “Analyzing the Effects of COVID-19 on Educational Equity in Rural Pennsylvania School Districts.”
  • Heather Zimmerman, professor of education (learning, design, and technology), Susan Land, professor of education (learning, design, and technology), and Lucy McClain, assistant teaching professor at Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center; National Science Foundation, $373,128: “Transforming Outdoor Places into Learning Spaces.”

Information about external grant awards is provided by the College of Education Grants and Contracts Office. For information about all active research projects in the college, visit https://bit.ly/CoE_active_research online.

 



 

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Last Updated October 12, 2021