Principal Investigator: Jennifer Delaney
Institution: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Award Amount: ,744. Important Notice
Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals will no longer be submitted via the SBE Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants (DDRIG) solicitation (NSF 11-547). Send comments regarding this burden estimate and any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden, to: Suzanne Plimpton, Reports Clearance Officer, Division of Administrative Services, National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA 22230. Special efforts are made to recruit reviewers from non-academic institutions, minority-serving institutions, or adjacent disciplines to that principally addressed in the proposal.
Institution: University of Texas at San Antonio
Award Amount: ,000
Proposal Title: Predicting Latino Students’ College Participation: State, School, and Individual Effects
Grant Program: NPEC and NCES
Forum Presentation: Predicting Latino Students’ College Participation: State, School, and Individual Effects
Final Paper: Modeling a Multilevel Perspective on Latino Students’ College Participation: Student, School, and State-level Effects. Principal Investigator: Leslie Stratton
Institution: Virginia Commonwealth University
Award Amount: ,000
Proposal Title: Relating Socioeconomic Status to Enrollment Flows and College Success: Using the BPS:96/01 Data to Estimate a Competing Hazards Model
Forum Presentation: Relating Socioeconomic Status to Enrollment Flows and College Success
Final Report: Are Students Dropping Out or Are They Simply Dragging Out the College Experience. Contribution to the field
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Proposal Title: The Impact of Change of Major on Time to Bachelors Degree Completion with Special Emphasis on STEM Disciplines: A Multilevel Discrete-Time Hazard Modeling Approach
Forum Presentation: Impact of Change of Major on Time to Bachelor’s Degree Completion with Special Empahsis on STEM Disciplines
Final Report: The Impact of Change of Major on Time to Bachelor’s Degree Completion with Special Emphasis on STEM Disciplines: A Multilevel Discrete-Time Hazard Modeling Approach
Grant Program: NCES & NPEC.
In all cases, reviews are treated as confidential documents. Please include your last name and first initial in the uploaded document’s name (example, Doe_J_proposal. Facilitation Awards for Scientists and Engineers with Disabilities (FASED) provide funding for special assistance or equipment to enable persons with disabilities (investigators and other staff, including student research assistants) to work on NSF-supported projects. Principal Investigators: Yasuko Kanno & Jennifer Cromley
Institution: Temple University
Award Amount: ,919
Proposal Title: English Language Learners’ Access to and Attainment in Postsecondary Education
Forum Presentation: English Language Learners’ Access to and Attainment in Postsecondary Education
Final Report: English Language Learners’ Access to and Attainment in Postsecondary Education
Grant Program: NCES & NPEC. Archaeology Program – Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Awards. Electronic mail notification is the preferred way to transmit NSF awards to organizations that have electronic mail capabilities and have requested such notification from the Division of Grants and Agreements.
Approximately 1,000 awards are made nationwide. The National Science Foundation offers Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grants (DDIG) to help support dissertation research in the following disciplines: environmental biology; integrative biology and neuroscience; cultural anthropology; physical anthropology; archaeology and archaeometry; developmental and learning sciences; geography and regional science; perception, action and cognition; linguistics; social psychology; decision, risk, and management science; economics; law and social science; methodology, measurement and statistics; political science; science and technology studies; societal dimention of engineering, science, and technology; sociology; arctic natural sciences and system science; atmospheric sciences; earth sciences; glaciology; oceanography; arctic social science. Brown Award*
Forum Presentation: The Effects of High School Composition on the College Expectations of Children of Immigrants
Final Report: The Effects of Schools on the Educational Expectations of Children of Immigrants. Verbatim copies of reviews, excluding the names of the reviewers, are sent to the Principal Investigator/Project Director by the Program Director. A revised version of the NSF Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG) (NSF 16-1), is effective for proposals submitted, or due, on or after January 25, 2016.
The FastLane Help Desk answers general technical questions related to the use of the FastLane system. The article must be of the quality and in the format for submission to a journal for publication. Important Notice
Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement proposals will no longer be submitted via the SBE Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants (DDRIG) solicitation (NSF 11-547). Alicia Betsinger
Institution: Southwestern University
Award Amount: ,733
Proposal Title: One Ranking to Rule Them All: Modeling U. If the awardee is offered more than one major grant or fellowship for the same project for the same time period, in order to accept the AERA Grants Program Dissertation Grant, the other award(s) must be declined. A Case Study of the Impact on Student Success due to a Policy Change for Placement in Developmental Mathematics Courses at a Community College Level
Forum Presentation: Is More Better.
The Effects of Loans on Community College Student Persistence
Grant Program: NCES & NPEC
Principal Investigator: Helen Kilber
Institution: University of Washington
Award Amount: ,396. , from NSF) or indirect (i. In most cases awardees may choose whether to have funds sent directly to them or have the funds channeled through their institutions. Requirements vary across programs, so proposers are advised to consult the relevant program’s webpage for specific information and contact the program director if necessary. 23
Proposal Title: Data-driven Support for Students on the Path to College: Development of a Trajectory Model to Promote Informed and Prepared Candidates
Forum Presentation: Data-driven Support for Students on the Path to College
Final Report: Data-Driven Support for Students on the Path to College: Identifying Useful Variables for College Planning Throughout High Schools
Grant Program: NPEC. These grants provide funds for items not normally available through the student’s university.