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Grants: 2013


Enhancing Communication and Use of Information in Engineering

University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
Contact: Amir Behzadan, 407-823-2480, amir.behzadan@ucf.edu
Research to assess the benefits of mobile augmented reality (AR) in enhancing student communication and teamwork skills
MORE:
· Content Delivery Using Augmented Reality to Enhance Students' Performance in a Building Design and Assembly Project
· Design and Assessment of a Mobile Augmented Reality-Based Information Delivery Tool for Construction and Civil Engineering Curriculum
· Technology-enhanced learning in construction education using mobile context-aware augmented reality visual simulation
· Assessing the Pedagogical Value of Augmented Reality-based Learning in Construction Engineering


$25,000
University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
Contact: Dr. Charles Pierce, 803-777-3855, piercec@cec.sc.edu
Integration of disciplinary writing techniques into undergrad engineering research courses


$16,129
Women in Engineering

EduTech, Jamaica Plain, MA
Contact: Maru Colbert, 617-942-1054, edutech4snps@gmail.com
Phase III of the "Math is for Girls" program to further increase the number of girls and add an evaluation component


$14,800
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
Contact: Jennifer Groh, 765-494-0758, jgroh@purdue.edu
Design, implementation and assessment of 3 different outreach programs for 6-8th grade girls
MORE:
http://www.girlsparc.com/


$15,000
Rutgers University, Brunswick, NJ
Contact: Elaine Zundl, 732-932-9197 ext 15, ezundl@echo.rutgers.edu
Douglass STEM Leadership Program, offering academic development, leadership opportunities and living-learning communities to help improve retention
MORE:
·Douglass Project for Rutgers Women in Math, Science, and Engineering
·Understanding the Relationship between Living-Learning Communities and Self-efficacy of Women in Engineering


$21,000
University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
Contact: Melissa Dagley, 407-823-0040, Melissa.Dagley@ucf.edu
Support for mentors, networking and career-building events for the "Girls EXCELing in Math and Science" (GEMS) program


$16,000
University of Maine, Orono, ME
Contact: Sheila Pendse, 207-581-2225, Sheila.pendse@umit.maine.edu
Engaging female middle school students from rural communities in cutting-edge Forest BioProducts research programs and STEM careers


$12,940
University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, WI
Contact: Wei (Vivien) Shi, 715-232-3298, shiw@uwstout.edu
Development of an active learning environment through a combination of project-based learning activities and mentoring to increase retention


$14,592
WAAW Foundation (Working to Advance African Women), Wylie TX
Contact: Unoma Okorafor, 979-574-3453, unoma@waawfoundation.org
Expansion by 200% of STEM camps for African girls, teachers and female college fellows in Lagos and Abuja, Nigeria


$18,600
Information Access in Developing Countries

LASPAU: Academic and Professional Programs for the Americas, Cambridge, MA
Contact: Anjelica Natera, 617-495-5255, angelica_natera@harvard.edu
Design and launch an online professional development platform focused on effective teaching and learning in the STEM fields in Central America


$24,670
Millenium Youth Initiatives, Centre Univ de Kananga, RDC Congo
Contact: Mwamba Boniface, safarimwamini@hotmail.com
Enrichment program for women in science, engineering technology and mathematics in Congolese universities


$15,000
Woord en Daad, The Netherlands
Contact: Wim Hasselman, w.hasselman@woordendaad.nl
Material support (books, hardware and software) for the engineering library at Hope University College in Ethiopia


$25,000

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