The University Research Council and the University Grants and Lectureship Committee (UGLC) announced the awardees of the University Grants Program (UGP) for 2017 and several were COE faculty members!
The purposes of the UGP are to support scholarly research and creative activities, permit faculty to launch new projects, bring advanced projects to completion; and help faculty members develop a research program competitive for extramural funding.
The University Grants Program combines funds from several sources; the CSU Chancellor’s Office, the SDSU Provost’s Office, the SDSU Research Foundation and the Adams Humanities Endowment Fund.
Out of 134 applications campus-wide, 48 awards were chosen this year and five were faculty members from the College of Education. We are so proud of the contributions of our faculty and for the difference they make every day.
Christopher Brum, Special Education
Shared Story Reading for Students with Deafblindness
Nola Butler-Byrd, Counseling and School Psychology
Ubuntu Community Counseling Anti-Recidivism Project
Rachel Haine Schlagel, Child and Family Development
Enhancing Parent Engagement in the Initial Autism Spectrum Disorder Diagnostic Evaluation Process
Colette Ingraham, Counseling and School Psychology
Outcomes of Giving and Receiving Feedback on Multicultural Consultation: Developing Competence
Marissa Vasquez Urias, Administration, Rehabilitation and Postsecondary Educational
The Role of Women in the Masculine Identity Development and Academic Success of Latino Male Transfer Students in California
To see the full list of faculty UGP award winners visit the University Grants Program website.