Entries by bche.williams

Awarded Projects for August 2022

Congratulations to Pavlo “Pasha” Antonenko for his subcontract award, from the National Science Foundation; Zandra de Araujo for her award from Marion County Public Schools; Frank Fernandez his award from the Spencer Foundation; Justin Ortagus for his award from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; Philip Poekert for his award from Orange County Public Schools; […]

Submitted Projects for August 2022

Best wishes to Pavlo “Pasha” Antonenko for his subcontract National Science Foundation flow through proposal to the University of Alabama Tuscaloosa; Anthony Botelho for his subcontract IES flow through proposal to the University of Pennsylvania; Mary Bratsch-Hines for her proposal to the National Science Foundation; Ashley Pennypacker Hill for her proposal to the Florida Department of […]

Awarded Projects for July 2022

Congratulations to Catherine Cavanaugh for her two subcontract awards, both from Florida’s Office of Early Learning; Alice Kaye Emery for her award from the Florida Department of Education; Philip Poekert and Zandra de Araujo for their subcontract US Department of Education flow through award from Alabama State Department of Education; Paige Pullen for her subcontract Admin for Children and […]

Submitted Projects for July 2022

Best wishes to Pavlo “Pasha” Antonenko and Kara Dawson for their proposal to the National Science Foundation; May Mansy, Pavlo “Pasha” Antonenko, and Mary Jo Koroly for their proposal to the National Institutes of Health; Amor Menezes, Pavlo “Pasha” Antonenko, and Karla Shelnutt for their proposal to the National Science Foundation; Kent Crippen for his subcontract NIH flow through proposal […]

IES Director’s Remarks on Using Large Dataset Libraries

The Director of the Institute of Educational Sciences (IES), Mark Schneider, remarks on the endeavor of identifying, creating, and supporting large datasets to facilitate research at scale. Public respondents both called for an increase in the number of available datasets as well as better coordination around data governance and data use agreements. More information on […]

IES Director’s Remarks on Advancing Special Education Research

The Condition of Education is an annual report mandated by congress to monitor educational progress across the nation. It indicates a slew of challenges special education is facing, including: 15% of PK-12 public school students in 2020-2021 receiving specialized instruction through IEPs, a struggle in hiring teachers, in particular for special education classrooms, lower academic […]

Dear Colleague Letter: NSF CAREER Proposals

The National Science’s Foundation’s (NSF) Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR) invites proposals to the CAREER program from members of the STEM education research community. In a recent Dear Colleague Letter, EHR highlights the CAREER solicitation and how it aligns with their organizational goals. EHR supports STEM education, and the Faculty Early Career Development […]

Comprehensive Transaction Detail Report

The UF Division of Finance & Accounting has announced the Comprehensive Transaction Detail report, which provides transaction detail for all funds in one report. The Comprehensive Transaction Detail report enables users to select prompts that include all ChartField and Project/Award values.  This report was built to encompass such a large variety of prompts/information and can be accessed in Enterprise Analytics > […]

DHHS Forecasted Grant: National Early Child Care and Education Workforce Center

The Department of Health and Human Services has forecasted a grant opportunity to be posted next month that would establish a national center for increasing recruitment and retainment of a diverse early childhood education workforce, providing technical assistance, and supporting rigorous research efforts. The funding will be through the Office of Child Care (OCC) and […]

Nominations for 2023 Alan T Waterman Award Now Open

The Alan T. Waterman Award is the highest honor awarded by the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF). In 1975, Congress established the award in honor of the agency’s first director and to recognize outstanding young researchers in any field of science or engineering supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation. In addition to a medal, […]

Awarded Projects for June 2022

Congratulations to Mary Bratsch-Hines for her subcontract IES flow through award from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill; Frank Fernandez for his award from Partnership for College Completion; Bojan Lazarevic for his award from Gleim Publications; Justin Ortagus and Benjamin Skinner for their award from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; Justin Ortagus for […]

Submitted Projects for June 2022

Best wishes to Carli Fisher and Jason Arnold for their proposal to the National Institutes of Health; Kakali Bhattacharya for her proposal to the Spencer Foundation; Alice Kaye Emery for her proposal to the Florida Department of Education; Rebecca Pearl and David Miller for their proposal to the National Institutes of Health/NIAMS; Ashley Pennypacker Hill […]

Dear Colleague Letter: NSF CAREER Proposals

The National Science’s Foundation’s (NSF) Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR) invites proposals to the CAREER program from members of the STEM education research community. In a recent Dear Colleague Letter, EHR highlights the CAREER solicitation and how it aligns with their organizational goals. EHR supports STEM education, and the Faculty Early Career Development […]

Comprehensive Transaction Detail Report

The UF Division of Finance & Accounting has announced the Comprehensive Transaction Detail report, which provides transaction detail for all funds in one report. The Comprehensive Transaction Detail report enables users to select prompts that include all ChartField and Project/Award values.  This report was built to encompass such a large variety of prompts/information and can be accessed in Enterprise Analytics > Team […]