The School of Education offers several grants and awards to help spur and support student and faculty research. Calls are released to faculty and students by email and submissions are due to the Associate Dean for Research. For questions about grant requirements, submissions, and deadlines please contact:
|Grant Name||Audience||Call Released||Deadline||Notification|
|Joan N. Burstyn Award for Collaborative Research||Students working in collaboration with faculty and/or alumni||Early February||Early March||Early April|
|SOE Research and Creative Grants||Graduate students||Late February||Early April||Early May|
|Faculty Research Development Colloquia and Grant Program||Tenure-track faculty who will have up to three years credited towards tenure by May||Late March||Late April||Late May|
Emerita Professor and former Dean Joan Burstyn fostered collaborative projects between graduate students and faculty at the School and with alumni in the field of education. In keeping with this tradition and Professor Burstyn’s continuing work in the field, this award is available to support research and/or creative projects by SOE graduate students working collaboratively with faculty. The $2,500 award will specifically support the team’s proposal for the following:
Criteria: The proposal should be limited to 2,000 words (not including appendices) and shall
include and be evaluated on the following:
This grant supports School of Education graduate student research and/or creative projects. This work does not have to be done in collaboration with a faculty member. Student awards will be $250-$1000, depending on the quality of the proposal and available funding. Each proposal will be reviewed independently by at least 2 SOE faculty members.
Proposal Preparation Guidelines
These grants are intended to provide support and resources for School of Education faculty members in the development and submission proposals for both internal and external funding. Tenure-track faculty members who will have up to three years credited towards tenure by May of that year are invited to apply. We expect that by providing SOE faculty members a sustained research development program over a several year period, as well as expanding the available incentives and supports for all SOE faculty members, that the number of submitted SOE external funding proposals will increase, as will the success rate for funded proposals.
Faculty members awarded SOE faculty research development grants will be expected to maintain active participation in the research development colloquia and/or one of the SOE research study groups throughout the two stages of the grant.The colloquia will consist of an intentional series of research-focused workshops, professional development activities, as well as individual and small-group opportunities throughout the fall and spring semesters. The primary purpose of the colloquia is to increase faculty awareness, knowledge, and skills requisite to developing successful external funding proposals.
Stage Two of this grant program will be expanded to all SOE faculty members in spring 2020.
Proposal Preparation Guidelines
Each application will be read and reviewed by at least two SOE faculty members serving as peer reviewers using these criteria:
CUSE Grants are intramural grants administered by the Vice President for Research that are intended to enhance interdisciplinary collaborations, grow the research enterprise, and enhance scholarship at Syracuse University in order to increase extramural funding and high-quality scholarly output.
“Bridging Structural Engineering and Architecture Through Virtual Platform and Personalized Learning Analytics”
Junho Chun, School of Architecture, and Moon-Heum Cho, School of Education
“Indigenous Access to the Criminal Justice System in Australia: The Experiences of Deaf Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples”
Michael Schwartz, College of Law; Brent Elder, School of Education; and Karen Soldatic, Western Sydney University
“The SENSES Project”
Craig Tucker, School of Education; David Knapp, School of Music and School of Education; Joanna Spitzner, School of Art; Amy Messersmith, School of Education; and Marieke Davis, School of Education (Higher Education Opportunity Program)
“Centering Youth of Color Voices in the Return to Schools Post- COVID-19”
Courtney Mauldin, School of Education
“Building Research-Practice Partnerships to Improve Student Outcomes in School Algebra”
Nicole Fonger, School of Education
“Immersive Learning: Gamified Self-Regulation in Math with Learning Analytics”
Moon-Heum Cho, School of Education; Denise Heckman, College of Visual and Performing Arts; Duane Graysay, School of Education; and Reza Zafarani, College of Engineering and Computer Science
“Seminar on the Effectiveness of Human Rights Treaties”
Arlene Kanter, College of Law; Michael Gill, School of Education; Cora True-Frost, College of Law; Audie Klotz, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs; Corri Zoli, College of Arts and Sciences; and Lamis Abdelaaty, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
“Entrepreneurship Education for Diversity and Inclusion: A Focus on ADHD”
Johan Wiklund, Whitman School of Management; Kevin Antshel, College of Arts and Sciences; and Melissa Luke, School of Education