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Faculty Awards and Projects - September 2018

Mari Cary

Mari Cary will receive 2018-2020 funding from the Institute of Education Sciences for the project, “Evaluation of Lane ESD’s Coder-in-Residence Program,” which will be conducted in partnership with the Lane ESD.

 

Lauren Cycyk

Lauren Cycyk, in collaboration with Stephanie De Anda and the Early Dual Language Development Lab, will receive 2018-2019 funding in the form of an American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation New Investigators Research Grant for the project, “Maternal Mental Health and the Early Language Experiences of Children from Latino Homes.

 

Michelle JacobMichelle Jacob will receive 2018-2019 funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities for the project, “Anakú Iwachá (The Way It Was): A new edition of Yakama legends and stories.”

 

Laura Lee McIntyreLaura Lee McIntyre will receive 2018-2023 funding from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development at the NIH for the project, “Testing the Efficacy of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Combined with Behavioral Parent Training in Families with Preschoolers with Developmental Delay.”

 

Nancy NelsonNancy Nelson will receive 2018-2020 funding from the Institute of Education Sciences for the project, “Evaluating a State-Level Initiative to Implement Supplemental Academic and Behavior Interventions in an Integrated Multi-Tiered System of Supports,” which will be conducted in partnership with the Michigan Department of Education’s Office of Special Education and the Macomb Intermediate School District.

 

Phyllis Barkhurst and Jeff Todahl, at the Center for the Prevention of Abuse & Neglect, received three recent awards from the Ford Family Foundation for the following projects: a statewide evaluation of Stewards of Children sexual abuse prevention curriculum, 90by30 infrastructure and capacity building, and piloting the Roots of Empathy socio-emotional curriculum in Lane ESD classrooms.

 

 Hank FienHank Fien, at the Center on Teaching & Learning, will receive 2018-2019 continuation funding from the U.S. Department of Education for the project, “National Comprehensive Center on Improving Literacy for Students with Disabilities.”

 

Stephanie Wood, at the Center for Equity Promotion, will receive 2018-2019 funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities for the project, “Discovering Native Histories along the Lewis and Clark Trail.”

 

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