In the first quarter of 2013, the Graduate Center received forty-two grants totaling more than $3,525,000. The listing below, for ten grants of $100,000 or more, provides the names of doctoral faculty members serving as principal investigators and their Graduate Center affiliations, the awarding agencies, the project titles, and the grant amounts. This information was submitted by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs at the Graduate Center.
Pennee Bender (Center for Media and Learning), National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), “Bridging Historias: A Professional Development Program in Latino/a History and Culture,” $359,659.
Michelle Fine (Center for Human Environments), Helmsley Charitable Trust, “College Access Training,” $230,000.
Elaine Klein (Research Institute for the Study of Language in Urban Society [RISLUS]) NYC Department of Education, “Bridges to Academic Success, Accelerating Language, Literacy and Content Learning for Emergent Bilinguals with Limited Native Language,” $110,669.
Klara Marton (Speech–Language–Hearing Sciences), Haskins Laboratories/National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), “Links between Production and Perception in Speech,” $159,060.
John Mollenkopf (Center for Urban Education Policy), New York City Department of Homeless Services, “Homebase Homelessness Prevention Evaluation,” $162,125.
Ellen Noonan (Center for Media and Learning), Education Development Center, Inc., “Zoom In: Curriculum and Professional Development Modules for Social Studies Teachers Using Common Core,” $626,157.
Ricardo Otheguy (RISLUS), New York State Education Department, “The New York State Initiative on Emergent Bilinguals (NYSIEB),” $181,646.
Chase F. Robinson, Jessie Daniels, Matthew Gold (Institutional), Ford Foundation, “Informed Citizens in Convergent Cultures: Transforming Scholarly Communication for Social Justice in the Digital Era,” $550,000.
Thomas Weiss (Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies), Carnegie Corporation of New York, “Past as Prelude? Wartime History and the Future United Nations,” $200,000; and Open Society Institute, “Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect,” $100,000.