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Active Grants

This list, organized by funding source, provides a snapshot of active research funding to College of Education faculty members during the most recent academic year. Some figures represent projected multi-year amounts.

*No longer at Michigan State University.

Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy

Azerbaijan Educational Leadership Initiative: A Collaborative Institutional Partnership between ADA University/Azerbaijan and the College of Education/MSU
$2,454,253
Susan Printy, Barbara Markle, BetsAnn Smith, Matthew Wawrzynski, Daniel W Schultz
2015-2020

George Lucas Educational Foundation

Multiple Literacies in Project Based Learning
$4,999,645
Joseph Krajcik, Barbara Schneider
2015-2019

Georgia State University

MAAPS: Monitoring Advising Analytics to Promote Student Success
$752,891
Kristen Renn
2015-2019

Howard Hughes Medical Institute

U.S. Department of Education
LEVERS: Leveraging Engagement and Vision to Encourage Retention in STEM
$1,500,000
Joseph Krajcik
2014-2019

Michigan Department of Education

Evaluation of Project AWARE Michigan
$138,373
John Carlson
2014-2015

Evaluation of Project AWARE Michigan
$614,296
John Carlson
2015-2016

Michigan Rehabilitation Services

DHS/DTMB E-Learn System
$163,869
Rhonda Egidio
2016-2017

National Science Foundation

CAREER: Redesigning a Learning Progression to Build Upon Students' Intuitive Ideas about Motion and Support Teachers' Formative Assessment Practices
$654,773
Alicia Alonzo
2013-2018

Collaborative Research: Expanding a National Network for Automated Analysis of Constructed Response Assessments to Reveal Student Thinking in STEM
$1,923,005
Melanie Cooper
2013-2018

MSU SETS-UP: Supporting Early-Career Teachers of Science through Urban Partnerships
$2,790,717
Gail Richmond
2013-2019

Access, Agency, and Allies in Mathematical Systems (A3IMS)
$2,560,950
Beth Herbel-Eisenmann, Higinio Dominguez
2014-2018

Exploring Potential Learning Trajectories for the Energy Concept in Middle School
$1,499,825
Joseph Krajcik
2014-2018

Sustaining Responsive and Rigorous Teaching Based on Carbon TIME
$6,968,640
Charles Anderson, Kenneth Frank
2014-2019

PIRE: Crafting Optimal Learning in Science Environments
$3,602,431
Barbara Schneider, Joseph Krajcik
2015-2020

Tools for Teaching and Learning Engineering Practices: Pathways Towards Productive Identity Work in Engineering
$1,307,460
Angela Calabrese Barton
2015-2019

U.S. Department of Education

Michigan State University Masters of Arts Rehabilitation Counseling Program
$997,754
2014-2019

The Development and Validation of the Inventory of Phonological Awareness using Alternative Responses (IPAAR): An Assessment of Phonological Awareness Appropriate for Children with Speech Production Difficulties
$1,598,920
Gary Troia
2015-2016

University of Virginia

The Development of Ambitious Instruction in Elementary Mathematics and English Language Arts
$344,653
Corey Drake, Spyros Konstantopoulos
2015-2016

University of Wisconsin Stout

Spencer Foundation
Vocational Rehabilitation Technical Assistance Center-Program Evaluation and Quality Assurance (VRTAC-PEQA)
$75,000
Michael Leahy,
2015-2016

*No longer at Michigan State University.
**Total university award amount.
***Full award to Michigan State University is $35,000,000.