Fall 2020 Awards
December 22, 2020
Recognizing the new energy and focus that COVID-19 seed funding brought to education research in Spring 2020, the College of Education staged a second competition in Fall 2020. A total of nine projects have now been selected for Fall 2020 College of Education COVID-19 Research Seed Funding Awards. Gift funds will support nine high-relevance projects that address projects focusing on one or more of three priority areas: (1) Developing novel or modified methods for research and analysis in the new realities of remote and online learning; (2) Organizing research on topics relating to educational inequality, exacerbated by the virus and recent incidents of systemic racism; and (3) Improving teaching and/or learning in new online formats. Each project funded in the Fall 2020 competition is receiving up to $10,000 to conduct immediate research activities and to prepare competitive applications for external research support.
To see a list of the Fall 2020 Awards, please click here.
Spring 2020 Awards
June 15, 2020
A total of ten awards were made in the College of Education COVID-19 Research Seed Funding Competition. Gift funds support these high-relevance projects addressing an array of emerging needs and conditions across the education spectrum. Each project has been granted funding of up to $5000 to conduct immediate research activities and to prepare competitive applications for external research support.
College News Story, August 20, 2020: COVID-19 Ignites New Education Research
To see a list of the Spring 2020 Awards, please click here.