NSF Awards $1.5 Million to Mathematics and Education Faculty
Cheri Ichinose, associate professor of mathematics, Patrice Waller, assistant professor of secondary education, and David L. Pagni, professor of mathematics, have been awarded a National Science Foundation Noyce Program grant, expected to total $1.5 million over five years, to recruit and prepare mathematics majors to become high school math teachers.
The project, in which first-year funding of $941,815 has been awarded, partners with Anaheim Union High School District, Santa Ana Unified School District and Santa Ana College and seeks to increase the number of highly qualified secondary math teachers.
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NSF: Accelerating Research through International Network-to-Network Collaborations (AccelNet) (Feb. 28, 2019)
sbdc awarded nearly $1.5 million from state
Led by Network Director, Michael Daniel, the Orange County Inland Empire Small Business Development Center received nearly $1.5 million from the California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development, or Go-Biz.
november grants and contracts awardees
Faculty and staff were awarded more than $85,000 in grants and contracts in November from the Beim Foundation, MediaZen and Southewest Wetlands Interpretive Association.
natalie tran receives $684,000 from DOE
Natalie Tran, professor of educational leadership, was awarded a four-year grant of $684,000 from the Department of Education to strengthen the operation of the National Resource Center for Asian Languages (NRCAL) , of which she is director.
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