Research Initiation Grant
During this informational webinar, Brad Zdenek details the submission and review process for the Research Initiation Grant program along with highlighting tips and tricks for drafting a successful proposal.
Every child experiences anxiety and fear at one time or another, but some children seem to experience fear more frequently than others. As part of a new project being funded by the National Institutes of Health, Penn State researchers are looking into emerging evidence of a link between fearfulness and anxiety, or lingering apprehension, in young children.
Koraly Pérez-Edgar, associate… Read more »
The Center for Online Innovation in Learning is requesting your help as a reviewer for our Fall 2016 Research Initiation Grant cycle. If you have interest in and experience with online innovation related to teaching and learning, please consider this important opportunity.
If you agree to review proposals for us, you will be asked to review three to six proposals. The proposals… Read more »
Historic Campus Modeling Project aims to enhance Penn Staters’ sense of place and University history.
In an effort to more clearly visualize previous iterations of campus, a cross-disciplinary group of researchers is using virtual reality and 3-D modeling technology as a time machine to travel back to the early days of Penn State.
According to project lead Alexander Klippel… Read more »
The Center for Online Innovation in Learning (COIL) is proud to announce a call for proposals for our Fall 2016 Research Initiation Grants (RIGs). These seed grants are designed to stimulate research and development in areas related to online innovation with a direct impact on teaching and learning. Teams including faculty, staff, and/or students are invited to seek funding for the… Read more »