Research Advisory Council

This Council reports to the Associate Dean for Administrative Affairs and Graduate Education. The purpose of the council is to encourage research and scholarly activity as well as externally funded activity within the college. The Council is advisory to the Research and Evaluation Bureau relative to opportunities of the Bureau and to the connections possible among faculty, students, and the Bureau. The Council consists of two faculty members elected for two-year terms from each school such that one half of the council is replaced annually. Members may serve a maximum of two successive terms. In addition to the above Associate Dean, ex officio members include a Director from the Research and Evaluation Bureau and the Grants Coordinator. 

                                            2020-2021 RESEARCH COUNCIL

                                                            AUGUST 28, 2020

COORDINATOR

PROGRAM

Foundations, Leadership, and Administration (FLA):

 

LEE,ALLY

HTM

LEE, KIWON  

HTM

Health Sciences (HS):

 

DING, KELE

HED

ROCHE, JENNIFER   (AY 2020/2021 faculty chair)

SPA

Lifespan Development and Educational Sciences (LDES):

 

MCGLOTHLIN, JASON 

CES

UNGER, DARLENE

SPED

Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum Studies (TLC):

 

MULVEY, BRIDGET

ECDE

Nurnberg-Haag, Julie

ECDE

EHHS

 

FERGUSON, PAM

RESEARCH BUREAU

MITCHELL, STEVE

AAGE DEAN

WYMER, LUCI

RECORDER

Request for Proposals:  EHHS SEED Award Competition Spring 2021

Spring 2020 SEED Awardees

HS

Barikroo, Ali

Effect of TES on Swallowing Frequency and Saliva

TLC

Courtney, Scott

Professional Learning and Collaborative Inquiry Project

HS

Durant, Kathleen

Describing Cognitive-Linguistic Profiles of Bilingual and Students with and Without Developmental Language Disorder

TLC / ECDE

Kroeger, Janice

Understanding the Perspectives of Parents and Early Childhood Teachers in Providing Effective Advocacy and Classroom Supports to Gender Diverse Young Children

 

RECIPIENTS OF DISTINGUISHED FACULTY  RESEARCHER AWARD

2016 - 2017

Dr. Phil Rumrill- LDES


2017 - 2018

Dr. Takahiro Sato - TLC


Lisa Borgerding
2018 – 2019

Dr. Lisa Borgerding – TLC


Cassie Storlie Headshot
2019 – 2020

Dr. Cassie Storlie – LDES


GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD

The purpose of this award is to provide funds for graduate students in EHHS who wish to conduct a research/scholarly project under the direction of a faculty mentor. These projects must be designed to yield finished products such as peer-reviewed publications, grant applications and/or presentations at professional conferences. These grants may also be used to fund, fully or partially, a thesis or dissertation research project. Pilot studies that will lead to a thesis and/or dissertation project are also acceptable.