Priority Research Grants

Previous Priority Research

Crystal McCabe, Lori Wieters, and Kristy Hirschberg
Dr. Jean Mandernach, John Steele and Sarah Robertson researched this topic as part of a Priority Research Grant in Spring 2015
Dr. Eric Nordin, John Steele and Elizabeth Larson collaborated on this Spring 2015 Priority Research Project.
Dr. MiYoung Lee led researchers Jennifer Hanford and Shelley Evans in this Spring 2015 Priority Research study.

About Priority Research Labs

The Priority Research Program aims to provide faculty and learners with opportunity to publish in critical research areas. Within the Priority Research Program there are opportunities to publish as part of a Research Lab as well as independently.
We are currently accepting applications from faculty for Priority Research that will occur between April and November 2016. While all research related to PhD emphasis areas are considered, key areas for this lab term are:
Cognition and Instruction
Instructional/Organzational Psychology
For those wishing to conduct SoTL research within their STEM or PhD classroom, help for topic creation can be found at:
Research Lab teams may comprise up to two faculty members and one volunteer CDS learner. Faculty are eligible for a $1,000 grant upon submission of the manuscript and an additional $250 upon publication of the manuscript.
If you are interested in the upcoming round of Priority Research, please complete an application.

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