Current (StAR) Awards

 
 

As a result of the 2014-2015 StAR program, Cabinet has committed approximately $377,440 to nine projects—some fully funded, others partially funded—that will help move the college toward fulfillment of its mission. The llist of proposals that recieved funding is below.

Rank

Proposal Title

Contact Person(s)

Cabinet Approved

1

Peer Mentoring / Education (the following three proposals have been combined:

EOP Peer Mentoring for Academic Excellence

Peer Mentorship Program for AALANA Students and Allies

Sexuality Peer Education Program

 

 


L Bassette-Farone

M Bonderoff

E Ruggles


$105,000 over three years

2

BIEN: Language Immersion Program

J Boring

$9,900 over three years

3

REI (Racial Equity Institute) Training

K Joest

$56,720 over 2 years

4

Enhancing Experiential Learning in the Bio Sciences

J Heilveil

$122,000 one time

5

Renewal of Site Licenses for Bloomberg Terminal

B O'Dea

$43,920 one year only

6

Developing computational infrastructure for Astronomy students: Increasing student engagement and developing professional technical skills for data-intensive field

J Nollenberg

$39,900 one time

 

TOTAL

 

$377,440