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The Ohio State University College of Education and Human Ecology Awarded $15.2M in Grants in FY22 Fiscal Year

Grants are listed based upon the quarter in which they were awarded. Abstracts are included when available. Click on the PI’s name for their contact information and to learn more about their research.

Section Items

July-September 2021


Career-technical Education (CTE) Teacher Education Programs FY22

PI: Christopher Zirkle
Amount: $112,000
Sponsor: Ohio Department of Education
Department: Educational Studies

This grant from the Ohio Department of Education provides funding to support the licensure program in career and technical education in Workforce Development and Education. Activities funded by the grant include a summer workshop for new career-technical education teachers and outreach and technical assistance to more than 30 Ohio school districts, including onsite teacher mentoring.

The Ohio State University Early Head Start Partnership

PI: Donald Fuzer
Amount: $362,835
Sponsor: Administration for Children and Families/US Department of Health & Human Services
Department: Schoenbaum Family Center

Effects of Dietary Soybean Oil on Liver Fat, Body Composition and Cardiometabolic Disease Risk in Adults with NAFLD

PI: Martha Belury
Amount: $497,752
Sponsor: United Soybean Board
Department: Human Sciences

Approximately one in four adults in the US have non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), a condition that accompanies central obesity, type 2 diabetes and other cardiometabolic diseases plaguing people in the United States. Therapies that reduce fat accumulation in the liver also reduce risk for cardiometabolic diseases; yet, other than weight loss, there lack effective lifestyle therapies that effectively and safely reduce ectopic lipid accumulation in the liver. Dietary oils rich in the bioactive fatty acid, linoleic acid (LA), are reduce waist circumference or visceral adipose, improve glycemic control or insulin sensitivity and reduce risk for type 2 diabetes. Our central hypothesis is that soybean oil supplementation reduces ectopic fat in the liver without altering total body weight while improved cardiometabolic risk markers in adults with NAFLD.

Buckeye Behavior Analysis Services

PI: Helen Malone
Amount: $79,213
Sponsor: Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities
Department: Educational Studies

This contract represents an ongoing partnership between OSU and the Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities. Two graduate students work at West Central School exploring different practices and preparing subsequent staff trainings that highlight how to implement practices that are effective in leading to vocational and community skill acquisition, generalization, and maintenance.

Macronutrient intakes & diet quality for contemporary consumer diets and cardiometabolic effects of low carbohydrate/healthy fat diets

PI: Martha Belury
Amount: $63,143
Sponsor: College of William & Mary
Department: Human Sciences

FY22 Corrections Consultant Project

PI: Rebecca Parker
Amount: $99,406
Sponsor: Ohio Department of Rehabilitation & Correction
Department: Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE)

This project supports new career technical education teachers within rehabilitation and corrections through services including assistance with license program enrollment, coursework continuation, classroom observation and feedback. Teachers are also assisted with the license process for the required end-of-resident education assessments. The project team provides professional development opportunities to other groups within the adult correctional field as well, including mentor groups, adult education programs, and other entities seeking career technical licensure information and teaching expertise. The program offers career and technical education experts with teacher education proficiency to prepare these experts to update, maintain, and deliver materials used to train the teachers enrolled in the program. The team has dedicated associates to develop and present curriculum packages and educational instruction with detailed assessment, evaluation, and standards to meet the needs of the licensure coursework.

October-December 2021


Orientation & Mobility Program FY21-22

PI: Darlene Fast
Amount: $150,303
Sponsor: Ohio Department of Education (US Department of Education)
Department: Teaching and Learning

HELPERS: Helping English Learners and Partners Excel with Research-based Practices and Support 

PI: Belinda Gimbert
Amount: $2,995,132
Sponsor: US Department of Education
Department: Educational Studies, Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE)

The HELPERS project team is partnering with several schools and community organizations to improve instruction for English learners (ELs) and bilingual learners. The team will provide training and professional development resources to K-12 pre-service and K-8 in-service teachers, including implementing a Response to Intervention for ELs — small group instructional practice, for hybrid and virtual learning contexts. The team will also train pre-service teachers on bilingual and ESL licensure attainment and will promote literacy to improve parent, family, and community engagement. The project aims to improve English language and literacy proficiency and academic achievement among students. It also hopes to build capacity for educators and families to implement evidence-based and technology-supported EL instructional practices with fidelity.

Project LEADERS (Preparing Future Scholars in Severe DisabiLitiEs and ADvancEd ReSearch Methods)

PI: Matthew Brock
Amount: $1,449,806
Sponsor: US Department of Education
Department: Educational Studies, Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy (CCEC)

The LEADERS grant will fund a cohort of five Ph.D. students to study severe disabilities and advanced research methods. This program focuses on studying special education for students with intellectual disability, on the autism spectrum, or with multiple disabilities who have intensive support needs. Students will be trained and advised by leading faculty experts in severe disabilities, advanced quantitative methods, and complex communication challenges. Students will also have opportunities to attend national conferences in special education and receive training and consultation from experts at other universities.

Postsecondary and Labor Market Effects of Career and Technical Education in Baltimore City Public Schools

PI: Jay Plasman
Amount: $105,711
Sponsor: Johns Hopkins University (Institute for Education Sciences)
Department: Educational Studies

This project collaboration with Johns Hopkins University will explore the specific mechanisms that ultimately impact the labor market outcomes of students who progress through career and technical education (CTE) programs of study in the Baltimore Public School District system. The project team will explore how admission into, and participation in, specific labor market programming in CTE schools with varying degrees of selectivity and focus facilitates progression along the education pathway and into the labor market. The project will examine whether and how CTE participation can help prepare students for college and careers related to their CTE studies.

HSAI Racial Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Project

PI: Melissa Ross
Amount: $38,500
Sponsor: Ohio Head Start Association (US Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children & Families)
Department: Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE)

FY22 Technical Testing Project

PI: Bridget McHugh
Amount: $1,383,867
Sponsor: Ohio Department of Education
Department: Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE)

The Technical Testing Project, a statewide system that provides data on secondary student technical skill attainment, supports strategic objectives of the Ohio Department of Education Office of Career Technical Education (ODE-CTE). The testing system is aligned to the vision and mission of the Office as articulated in the ODE-CTE strategic plan, including graduation options, post-secondary transitions, local district report cards, and federal reporting. The test delivery system is served to stakeholders across Ohio through an online portal (WebXam) operated by the EHE Center on Education and Training for Employment. Continuing into this new fiscal year, the project team will provide project management and coordination, subject matter expert management, and field communications. They will also provide test development, delivery, and analysis to improve the test taker experience.

Family and Community Partnership Liaisons (CARES Act) Project – Phase 2

PI: Barbara Boone
Amount: $100,000
Sponsor: Ohio Department of Education
Department: Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE)

This project will support Ohio’s Educational Service Centers (ESC) liaisons with professional development, coaching support, evidence-based resources, and a community of practice. This project works to build the capacity of Ohio Local Educational Agencies (LEAs) to engage and support the families of all students, particularly students with disabilities; English learners; migrant, justice-involved and military students; and students experiencing homelessness and foster care. This support is being provided through Family and Community Engagement Liaisons in Ohio’s ESC. The capacity of Liaisons, placed in proximity to LEAs, is being developed to support their provision of accurate and meaningful technical assistance to school administrators and families to improve identification, enrollment and transfers, and increase communication, outreach, and engagement.

Education and Experience: Do Teacher Qualifications in Career-Focused STEM Courses Make a Difference?

PI: Jay Plasman
Amount: $38,655
Sponsor: University of Pennsylvania (National Science Foundation)
Department: Educational Studies

Growing research supports that when high school students take STEM career and technical education (STEM-CTE) courses, they have much stronger outcomes. It also shows that teachers matter for students’ success. For example, research has established that teacher education and credentials in STEM fields, as well as years of classroom teaching experiences, are key factors in supporting student success. These two fields remain mostly isolated, however. This project will examine who is teaching STEM-CTE courses and whether the benefits of these courses and pathways are driven or influenced by specific characteristics of STEM-CTE teachers.

Heading to Kindergarten Pilot Project

PI: David Julian
Amount: $20,000
Sponsor: Ohio Department of Education
Department: Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE)

Heading to Kindergarten is part of a national initiative designed to build partnerships between Head Start and public schools. Experience suggests that such partnerships are a precursor to building support for successful transitions to kindergarten. The objectives of the Heading to Kindergarten project are three-fold: 1) promoting best practices to enhance collaboration between early care and education programs, community partners and public schools; 2) providing resources, professional development and technical assistance to support effective collaborations and successful transitions to kindergarten; and 3) disseminating findings from the pilot project to the field through a conference format.

Mary Jane Legacy Project

PI: Lori Patton Davis
Amount: $250,000
Sponsor: Lumina Foundation
Department: Educational Studies

Data Integration in Food and Agriculture

PI: Drew Hanks
Amount: $12,549
Sponsor: Economic Research Service (US Department of Agriculture)
Department: Human Sciences

The Data Integration in Food and Agriculture online tool will provide dataset-specific information pertinent to accessing, utilizing, and linking the various data sources used among agricultural and applied economists with other relevant datasets. By designing this tool, the project team will make great strides in improving the data infrastructure to enhance research in food and agriculture.

Ensuring Food Safety Competency of Produce Growers and Processors in the NCR (North Central Region) Through Expanded Collaboration with Diversified Populations

PI: Sanja Ilic
Amount: $16,432
Sponsor: Iowa State University (National Institute of Food and Agriculture/US Department of Agriculture)
Department: Human Sciences

During this project, Sanja Ilic will work with Iowa State University and other North Central Partners as the State Lead to assist in identification of diversified and underserved grower and processor populations that require education, training and technical assistance to ensure successful implementation and compliance with the FSMA Produce Safety rule and Preventive Control for Human Foods rule. The project will involve providing feedback on food safety curriculum for growers and processors, communicating compliance needs, disseminating information and materials about produce safety, and connecting food safety educators in Ohio to the project.

Integrated Collaborative Studies Between Drexel University and The Ohio State University to Improve Gut and Liver Health in a Mouse Model of Atherosclerosis

PI: Richard Bruno
Amount: $115,580
Sponsor: Calroy Health Sciences
Department: Human Sciences

The Experiences of First-Generation Graduate Students Deciding to Seek Help Through Academic Coaching

PI: Jackie von Spiegel
Amount: $1,000
Sponsor: National College Learning Center Association
Department: Educational Studies

This project aims to explore the process of seeking help through academic coaching as a first-generation graduate student. Research indicates that first-generation students, whose parents do not have a four-year college degree, are less likely to seek academic help when they need it and are more likely to have poorer outcomes as undergraduates. However, little is known about the first-generation students who continue their education in graduate school. This study will explore the process of academic help-seeking in first-generation graduate students using a constructivist grounded theory methodology to preserve the participants’ voices and acknowledge the diverse realities of the students in the study. Through semi-structured interviews, the project aims to uncover the experiences surrounding the decision to seek help through academic coaching. The findings of this research project will provide new insights for learning center staff on ways to better support graduate students, as well as adding to the understanding of help-seeking attitudes and behaviors in this student population.

The Role of Micronutrient Encapsulation in Influencing Bioaccessibility and Intestinal Cell Uptake

PI: Rachel Kopec
Amount: $69,487
Sponsor: 3i Solutions (Ingredient Innovations International Company)
Department: Human Sciences

Health and Well-Being Over the Life Course and Across Multiple Generations

PI: Dean Lillard
Amount: $108,822
Sponsor: University of Michigan (National Institutes of Health)
Department: Human Sciences

Building Efficiency for a Sustainable Tomorrow (BEST) Center

PI: Bridget McHugh
Amount: $85,085
Sponsor: University of California at Berkeley (Best Center/NSF)
Department: Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE)

The Building Efficiency for a Sustainable Tomorrow (BEST) Center supports publicly-funded two and four-year colleges with programs in heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC/R), controls, building automation, and energy/facilities management. Sponsored by Advanced Technological Education grants from the National Science Foundation, this national collaborative promotes state-of-the-art building technician education and dissemination of the latest research, technology, and industry collaborations in energy efficient buildings. This work involves creating a certification scheme and an assessment for a “technical level” of certification in High Performance Building Operations (HPBO), as well as providing a recommended passing score by performing a rigorous standard setting process. The assessment content will focus on the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to manage modern buildings that permit substantial cost savings and efficiencies (e.g., water/energy consumption, environmental quality, safety-health) when operated under the supervision of qualified professionals.

January-March 2022


Early Childhood Education Expansion Grant – Year 2021-2022

PI: Anneliese Johnson
Amount: $60,000
Sponsor: Ohio Department of Education
Department: Schoenbaum Family Center

State Youth Treatment – Implementation (Part 8)

PI: David Julian
Amount: $15,000
Sponsor: Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)
Department: Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE)

Coordination of Regional Family-community Engagement Network: IDEA Parent, Community, and Educator Collaboration FY 22

PI: Barbara Boone
Amount: $141,948
Sponsor: Ohio Department of Education
Department: Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE)

SPDG Family & Community Engagement for Early Language and Literacy FY22

PI: Barbara Boone
Amount: $100,000
Sponsor: Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE)
Department: Ohio Department of Education

CACFP Renewal 2021- 2022

PI: Anneliese Johnson
Amount: $22,549
Sponsor: Ohio Department of Education (USDA)
Department: Schoenbaum Family Center

FY 2022 The Ohio State University Services to Support the Ohio Aspire Professional Development Network

PI: Traci Lepicki
Amount: $314,620
Sponsor: Kent State University (US Department of Education)
Department: Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE)

FY22 Special Education Profiles and Determinations

PI: Traci Lepicki
Amount: $273,728
Sponsor: Ohio Department of Education
Department: Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE)

BPC-AE: An Extended CAHSI Alliance to Broaden Participation in Graduate Studies

PI: Anne-Marie Núñez
Amount: $159,867
Sponsor: University of Texas at El Paso (NSF)
Department: Educational Studies

Evidence-Based Practices Literacy Professional Development for English Learners

PI: Peter Sayer
Amount: $15,000
Sponsor: University of Cincinnati (US Department of Education)
Department: Teaching and Learning

Ohio Interagency Council for Youth Project – Implementation (Part 9)

PI: David Julian
Amount: $10,000
Sponsor: Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services
Department: Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE)

With this grant funding, the CETE Equity Engagement and Evaluation Team will provide support for the Ohio Interagency Council for Youth (OICY) through a variety of planning and evaluation services including strategic planning, logic model development, outcomes definition, random assignment, and experimental evaluation. The OICY was convened in part to improve treatment access and quality of services for youth and emerging adults (ages 12-25) with substance use disorders (SUDs) or SUDs and co-occurring mental health disorders.

Meanings Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Ascribe to their Children Participating in Golf

PI: Samuel Hodge
Amount: $500
Sponsor: I’m An Athlete
Department: Human Sciences

School-level Characteristics, Classroom Process Quality, and PK-3 Learning and Development

PI: Arya Ansari
Amount: $206,000
Sponsor: University of North Carolina (IES)
Department: Human Sciences, Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy (CCEC)

The main objective of this project is to provide a more nuanced understanding of associations between school characteristics, classroom processes, and students’ language, academic, executive function, and social skills. The first aim focuses on the associations between school characteristics (i.e., academic performance, strain, and organization of resources) and students’ early learning. The second aim explores the degree to which school characteristics are associated with children’s experiences in classrooms (i.e., classroom interactional quality, teacher-student relationships, instructional rigor), and the degree to which these classroom processes mediate relations between school characteristics and students’ learning. The third aim explores moderators of the association between school-level characteristics, classroom processes, and student learning. When taken together, the constructs examined in this study represent malleable factors that could result in improvements in children’s school success.

April-June 2022


Against Racial Essentialism in Education Research: Innovating Methodologies through Contestation

PI: Marc Guerrero
Amount: $49,221
Sponsor: Spencer Foundation
Department: Educational Studies

Shared Reading Intervention for Children with Oral Clefts

PI: Laura Justice
Amount: $11,176
Sponsor: Seattle Children’s Research Institute (NIH)
Department: Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy (CCEC)

Oral clefts are among the most common birth defects, affecting 1 in 700 live births. Although problems with language and literacy have been well-documented in children with clefts, there are currently no studies of interventions to address these problems. This study will be the first to test the efficacy of a shared reading intervention, developed to meet the needs of children with oral clefts and their caregivers, in improving language and literacy outcomes.

Building Positive Relationships Among University Students Across Religion And Worldview Diversity

PI: Matthew Mayhew
Amount: $15,738
Sponsor: Durham University (Porticus)
Department: Educational Studies

With this grant funding, the Interfaith Diversity Experiences and Attitudes Longitudinal Survey- United Kingdom team will explore through survey and case study research how different campus climates enable or impede positive relationships among students of different faiths and worldview perspectives, including varieties of faith, spirituality and non-religion. The project will enable universities and religion and belief-focused organizations to enhance inter- and intra-faith relations among students, better equipping them to relate respectfully to those with a different outlook from their own.

The Path to College and Career: Exploring the Role of High School Engineering Courses for Students with Learning Disabilities

PI: Jay Plasman
Amount: $349,998
Sponsor: National Science Foundation
Department: Educational Studies

This project will be the first to evaluate the efficacy of engineering career and technical education (E-CTE) courses and to understand how these courses might link to the transition from high school into engineering fields in college as well as career aspirations with an emphasis on potential benefits for students with learning disabilities. Specifically, the project will identify which E-CTE courses students with learning disabilities are taking, how E-CTE coursework may encourage persistence along the engineering pipeline (e.g., STEM attitudes, college enrollment, earning an engineering credential), and the link between E-CTE participation and engineering-related career aspirations.

Understanding and Advancing Partnerships Among 1994 and 1862 Land-Grant Universities in the North Central Region

PI: Stephen Gavazzi
Amount: $24,248
Sponsor: North Central Regional Center for Rural Development (Purdue University)
Department: Human Sciences

The purpose of this project is two-fold. First, to join with the descendants of Ohio’s First Peoples who were forcibly exiled from Ohio and imprisoned, interned and/or resettled during the founding of the State of Ohio, and to learn from them their understanding of this history and its multigenerational legacy of compounding injustice and disparities. Second, to advocate alongside these Tribal Nations and communities to repair the harm caused by these historical land dispossessions – including social and economic restitution. Project Details

Assessing Gut Microbiota Mediated Health Outcomes of Whole Wheat and its Major Bioactive Components

PI: Jiangjiang Zhu
Amount: $649,999
Sponsor: US Department of Agriculture (NIFA)
Department: Human Sciences

With this grant funding, the project team will investigate the gut microbiota-mediated effect of whole wheat consumption on metabolomes, metabolic health, and gut health in a cohort of adults with prediabetes. Identifying the microbes, microbial pathways and metabolites that modulate the nutritional value of the highly consumed, potentially beneficial whole wheat products, and identifying biomarkers for these microbial processes will help to guide dietary recommendations with the ultimate goal of optimizing the health benefits of whole wheat.

Collaborative Research: Strategies to Improve the Recruitment and Retention of Black Male STEM Teachers

PI: Edward Fletcher
Amount: $516,478
Sponsor: National Science Foundation
Department: Educational Studies

The project serves the national need of recruiting and retaining highly effective Black male high school STEM teachers. This research project will investigate factors influencing the effectiveness and retention of Black male STEM teachers in high-need school districts. The project outcomes will highlight the voices, knowledge, and experiences of both Black male STEM career academy teachers and ethnically and racially diverse students to provide critical insights and perspectives into how instructional strategies may engage diverse learners and promote their STEM college and career interests.

OPT in Ohio

PI: Tami Augustine
Amount: $160,000
Sponsor: Ohio Department of Education
Department: Teaching and Learning

“Opening Pathways to Teaching in Ohio” (OPT in OH) aims to address the K-12 educator shortage problem by providing teacher preparation scholarships to at least 30 participants interested in pursuing or expanding career opportunities in education. The project aims to expand opportunities in teacher education to increase the number of teachers entering the field and to provide secondary licenses to current practitioners to address the needs of under-served student populations. In addition, the project will focus on retaining talented educators by providing professional development to address factors that drive them out of the profession.

Evaluation of OCTF Central Ohio Regional Prevention Council (CORPC)

PI: Kenneth Steinman
Amount: $36,855
Sponsor: Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Department: Human Sciences

Science and Integrated Language Plus Computational Thinking and Modeling (SAIL+CTM)

PI: Ashlyn Pierson
Amount: $58,379
Sponsor: Vanderbilt University (NSF)
Department: Teaching and Learning

Strengthening Ohio’s System of Support for English Learners and their Families

PI: Melissa Ross
Amount: $1,954,323
Sponsor: Ohio Department of Education
Department: Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE)

This project was designed to address the learning loss that resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic. Although it is clear that the need for this support existed prior to the pandemic, the pandemic exacerbated the existing need and increased the gap of academic achievement between English learners and non-English learners.  In addition, this project offers the opportunity to support district and school administrators, instructors and other personnel in their efforts to continue to improve their capacity to effectively address the unique needs of English learners.

Assessment of Ohio’s Child Care Subsidy Program

PI: Lauren Jones
Amount: $284,699
Sponsor: Assessment of Ohio’s Child Care Subsidy Program
Department: Human Sciences

Our project team is partnering with the Ohio Child Care Resource and Referral Association and the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services to evaluate Ohio’s publicly funded child care (PFCC) program. During the nine-month project, we will be analyzing the payment structure for families participating in the program; evaluating the efficacy of alternative Market Rate Survey methodologies; analyzing the utilization rate of families authorized to participate in the program, with rates disaggregated by differing characteristics and demographics; and examining federal funding regulations for the program and permissible supplemental funding streams.

Read It Again Agreement

PI: Sunny Munn
Amount: $65,000
Sponsor: Future Ready Columbus
Department: Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy (CCEC)

Read It Again! (RIA) is a curriculum supplement that promotes language and literacy foundations.  The curriculum focuses on building phonological awareness, print knowledge, vocabulary, and narrative skills.

This grant supports an evaluation of the expansion of RIA in the Linden and Whitehall communities to identify an implementation process that (a) creates provider buy-in, (b) supports the fidelity of RIA delivery at a larger (and less cost-intensive) scale, and (c) supports the development of learning communities to enhance and sustain provider implementation and collaboration around RIA practice.

Columbus City Schools Research Fellows

PI: Noelle Arnold
Amount: $687,343
Sponsor: Columbus City Schools
Department: Educational Studies

The Columbus City Schools Research Fellows are a unique partnership between Columbus City Schools (CCS) and the College of Education and Human Ecology (EHE) at The Ohio State University. The partnership is established to advance the work of up to five faculty members for to pursue research for two years in the Columbus City School System. 

"What makes this partnership unique is that fellows are funded by CCS to address initial strategies that are pressing in their own district to meet their goals for providing equitable and adequate educational opportunities for their students,"- Noelle Arnold. 

Collaborative Research:  Equitable Science Sensemaking: Helping Teacher Candidates Support Multiple Pathways for Learning

PI: Ashlyn Pierson
Amount: $155,994
Sponsor: National Science Foundation
Department: Teaching and Learning

This project aims to serve the national interest by improving undergraduate education for future elementary science teachers.  The overall goal of this project is to support undergraduate elementary teacher candidates’ learning about science and equitable science teaching. The project plans to achieve this goal by designing learning activities for elementary science methods courses that leverage successful practices from the prior work of the project team, including immersive learning, collaborative planning, and reflection.

Data Project with Terrace Metrics

PI: Eric Anderman
Amount: $38,622
Sponsor: Terrace Metrics
Department: Educational Studies

21st Century Community Learning Centers Family Engagement Professional Development

PI: Hadley Bachman
Amount: $237,477
Sponsor: Ohio Department of Education
Department: Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE)

Equity Centered Pipeline Initiative Grant

PI: Nicole Luthy
Amount: $468,050
Sponsor: Columbus City Schools (Wallace Foundation)
Department: College Administration