Michael D. Eisner College of Education Research Awards
EFAC and the Dean’s Office sponsor research awards for faculty in the College. Applications for the COE Research Awards are typically available in February with applications due in March.
Proposals are for 3 units of reassigned time (no cash awards) in either Fall or Spring the next academic year. Awardees are required to submit reports October 1st during the next academic year after receiving the award.
Read the Research Competition Guidelines for more information.
Past Research Awardees
2013-2014 Research Awards
- Monica Garcia, SED, Holding on by a thread: Patterns of improvement among high achieving Latina high school students
- Dimpal Jain, ELPS, Building transfer pride: Linking a transfer sending culture and a transfer receptive culture between community colleges and universities
- Ellen Schneiderman, SPED, Verbal reasoning and problem solving: The use of expressive language by same-age deaf/hard-of-hearing students and hearing students when discussing pictures of every day situations
2012-2013 Research Awards
- Joannie Busillo-Aguayo, EPC - Early Childhood Education Workforce: Status of Graduates Teaching at Community Colleges
- Shartriya Collier, EED - What’s Sex Got to Do With It? : The Preparation of Elementary Male Teacher Candidates
- Peggy Johnson, ELPS - Developing Leadership Capacity
- Wendy Murawski, SPED - Examining the Impact of Collaborative Teaching in the Student Teaching Experience
- Nancy O'Rode, EED - An Evidence-based Approach for Improving Pre-Service Teachers' Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching
- Dana Stone, EPC - Supporting MFT Graduate Students in the Academic Writing Process
2011-2012 Research Awards
- Carrie Rothstein-Fisch (EPC)
- Merril Simon (EPC)
2010-2011 Research Awards
- Joyce Burstein & Greg Knotts (EED): The Effects of Integrating the Visual-Performing Arts into the Elementary Social Studies Curriculum (link to report)
- Susan Auerbach (ELPS): Leadership for Authentic School-Family Partnerships
- David Moguel (SED): Teaching About Race and Cross-Cultural Understanding in the United States: Cultural Religious and Historical Perspectives