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Award Number1950191Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2020-07-01Expiration Date2021-06-30Funding Amount$75,000
This project aims to serve the national need for highly effective STEM K-12 teachers trained in culturally and linguistically responsive teaching approaches. To do so, it will help Loyola University Maryland build infrastructure for recruitment of undergraduates and professionals into its STEM education programs. The project will also lay the foundation for preparing these students to teach in high-need school districts in the Baltimore region. The project team intends to develop a learning c…
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Award Number1937587Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2019-09-01Expiration Date2021-08-31Funding Amount$147,822
This project will support fundamental STEM education research that examines broadening participation within the STEM teacher workforce. By investigating the factors that influence undergraduate student persistence in STEM and teacher education, it has the potential to contribute new knowledge about the recruitment and retention of underrepresented minority pre-service STEM teachers. The investigator has designed a professional development plan that will support building his capacity to do exp…
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Award Number1827204Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2018-08-01Expiration Date2023-07-31Funding Amount$511,184
This RCN-UBE network project seeks to foster a community dedicated to incorporating synthetic biology research into undergraduate curricula. Synthetic biology, the design and creation of biological systems not found in nature, is a powerful and increasingly common research approach, thereby demanding its inclusion in scientific training programs. The Build-a-Genome network will host annual workshops for educators from diverse undergraduate institutions, develop teaching materials and software…
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Award Number1624143Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2017-01-01Expiration Date2018-05-31Funding Amount$50,000
The Mid-Atlantic Biology Research and Career (MABRC) network is a community of scientists, educators and business professionals working together to improve workforce preparation of life science students. The MABRC network seeks to determine the essential technical and professional skills needed to succeed in today's life sciences workplace and critically assess the current undergraduate biology curricula with respect to workforce preparation. The results of the network's evaluation will be di…
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Award Number1625089Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2016-09-01Expiration Date2020-08-31Funding Amount$80,977
The PIPELINE Network project will significantly enhance physics education by developing and evaluating methods to incorporate workforce-relevant skills and activities in the student experience. The majority of physics graduates at all degree levels will become scientists and innovators working in the private sector, yet very little of the knowledge they gain while earning their degree specifically prepares them for these roles (for example, few physics programs emphasize real-world applicatio…
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Award Number1626262Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2016-08-01Expiration Date2019-07-31Funding Amount$280,120
Loyola University Maryland will acquire a computing cluster with central processing and graphical processing units (CPU and GPU). The computing cluster will be utilized for computationally expensive research projects spanning multiple fields, including computer science, materials engineering, electrical engineering, physics, chemistry, and economics. As a primarily undergraduate institution, Loyola is also committed to training the next generation of researchers via undergraduate research opp…
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Award Number1458339Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2015-06-15Expiration Date2021-05-31Funding Amount$565,495
Loyola University Maryland aims to increase STEM graduation rates through the Computer Science - Physics, and Mathematics Statistics (C-PaMS) scholars program. The C-PaMS program will enroll two cohorts, in consecutive years, to major in STEM disciplines. Scholars will receive a rigorous education taught by faculty with a passion for undergraduate teaching, a focus on interdisciplinary science, and a strong grounding in the liberal arts. Scholars will develop as a cohort, through a first-year…
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Award Number1360707Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2014-08-15Expiration Date2016-07-31Funding Amount$32,097
Integrated Control and Safety Systems (ICSSs) are large software-intensive systems that monitor and control safety-critical devices and processes in domains such as process plants, oil and gas production, and maritime equipment. To leverage commonality and accommodate variation, ICSSs are often produced as component-based product families, an effective tactic for developing a portfolio of software products based on shared assets. Principal Investigator, David Binkley of Loyola University Mary…
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Award Number1229115Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2012-09-01Expiration Date2015-08-31Funding Amount$273,698
The funds from this NSF MRI grant will be used to purchase a Zeiss LSM 700 laser scanning confocal microscope to enhance the 15,000 square-foot Loyola Microscopy Core Facility (LMCF) and to establish a multi-institution research and training consortium. It is anticipated that this will dramatically increase the quality and quantity of faculty and student scholarship at Loyola and at three nearby institutions (Mount St. Mary?s University, Towson University, and Washington College). Six faculty…
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Award Number1140406Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2012-05-15Expiration Date2016-04-30Funding Amount$88,847
Rockhurst University (RU) and Loyola University Maryland (Loyola) are collaborating to create three multi-week upper-division active learning physics modules in fiber optics and light delivery, nuclear physics and nuclear medicine, and pressure in the human body that relate physics principles to medicine. The modules can enhance student learning through their implementation in a Physics of Medicine (POM) Program currently in place at RU and in development at Loyola. The target audience is stu…
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