College Research Awards

The College of Education holds multiple research award competitions each year.  These awards are made to faculty and graduate students to help further their research interests and academic pursuits. The College Research Committee (CRC) is charged with nurturing, promoting, and supporting the research mission of the College. As such and as part of its general charges, CRC is responsible for sponsoring and overseeing these annual competitions.

Regularly offered competitions include: Distinguished Scholars, Faculty Fellows Award, Hardie Dissertation Award, and Hardie Conference Travel Support Award.

In Spring 2020, the Committee has also collaborated with the Bureau to review and select applications for COVID-19 Seed Awards. These projects investigate and evaluate emergent needs under pandemic conditions, and explore novel approaches to address these needs.

College Research Committee

The College Research Committee (CRC) is charged with nurturing, promoting, and supporting the research mission of the College. The committee, as part of its general charges, is responsible for several within-College award competitions for faculty research funding including: Faculty Fellows Awards, Summer Research Award, Graduate Research Assistantship Award and Hardie Dissertation Award. The Committee also selects the Distinguished College Scholars and Senior Scholars from among those nominated and also nominates worthy candidates for the University Scholar Award. The CRC committee reviews and selects doctoral award recipients for the College Dissertation Research Grant competition which is held once during the academic year.

Members of the 2020-2021 College Research Committee:

H. Chad Lane, Committee Chair, Educational Psychology

Jessica Hardy, Special Education

Raya Hegeman-Davis, Bureau of Educational Research

Stina Krist, Curriculum & Instruction

Jennifer Nelson, Education Policy, Organization & Leadership

Amber Ray, Special Education

Jim Rounds, Educational Psychology

Nidia Ruedas-Gracia, Educational Psychology

Andrea Kunze, Educational Psychology, Doctoral Student

Jessica Li, Ex-Officio, Interim Associate Dean for Research & Research Education