; Program Funders – Education Innovation Initiative

PROGRAM FUNDERS

A MALE STUDENT PERFORMING AN EXPERIMENT IN THE CHEMISTRY LAB
A FEMALE STUDENT PERFORMING AN EXPERIMENT IN THE BIOLOGY LAB
A FEMALE STUDENT USING A MICROSCOPE IN THE LAB

Multiple funders have provided support to the EI2 programs since its inception. Here are a few of the major current funding agencies:

  • Summer Undergraduate Research Institute, Research Experience for Undergraduates, National Science Foundation (NSF) Award: $323,997
  • Bridges to Doctoral Education in STEM (BDEinSTEM) Program, Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement (McNair), U.S. Department of Education Award: $1.5 million
  • Broadening Participation Research Project: Investigating the impact of collaborative project-based learning on self-efficacy of minority STEM students, NSF Award: $350,000
  • Near Peer Coaching to Improve Retention, Learning and Motivation in STEM – Apple and Thurgood Marshall College Fund Award: $100,000
  • Creating Research Opportunities for Students: The Mid-Atlantic Consortium, U.S. Department of Education Award: $2.9 million
  • Implementation Project: Education Innovation Initiatives – Ecosystem for Student Success, NSF Award: $1.5 million
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