In general, projects
submitted to the research competition involve a systematic process of
investigation or study that will produce facts or theories, apply such
knowledge to problem-solving within the discipline or in society, or pursue a
specific avenue of inquiry. Results of research should be worthy of submission
for publication in refereed journals and should serve as foundation for an
external funding application.
Requested support can
be in the form of summer stipend, supplemental assigned time, summer graduate
research assistantship, and/or supplies, expenses, equipment, and travel
Please see the Aspire Calendar to view the deadlines for Pre-Submission and Full-Submission proposals for this competition.
Congratulations to AY 2016/17 awardees:
- Katie Lawson- COH -Daily Experiences of Women in Male-Dominated Majors
- Kendra Lowery- TC - Training Teachers How to “Be”: Leveraging the Coach-Leader Identity to Increase Student Engagement & Decrease Behavior Incident
- Jill Bradley-Levine- TC - Teacher advocacy for marginalized students as a practice of leadership
- Emil Khisamutdinov- CSH - RNA Theranostic Nanoprobes: From Design to Responsive Delivery and Treatment of Prostate Cancer
- Kimberly Zoder-Martell- TC - Evaluating School Personnel Acceptability of Web-based Training Through Conjoint Analysis
- Mahamud Subir- TC - Probing Photochemical Reaction at the Surface of a Particle Mimicking Colloidal Natural Organic Matter
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