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Title: Office of Educational Research bulletin
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Language: English
Creator: Office of Educational Research, University of Florida
Publisher: Office of Educational Research, University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: March 2010
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College of Education
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Office of Educational Research
March 2010


Office of Educational Research Bulletin (ORB)


News & Notes


The Institute of Education Sciences (IES)
recently released its competitions for FY
2011. For details, go to:
http://ies.ed.gov/funding/llrfas.asp.

The OER is pleased to present a brown
bag session focusing specifically on how
to access and navigate the various IES
databases. Mark your calendars:

Working with Institute of
Education Sciences (IES)
Datasets: Useful Tips

Presenters: Dr. Pilar Mendoza, faculty
and Lyle McKinney, Doctoral
Candidate in Higher Education
Administration.

Thursday, March 25 from
12:00pm-1:30pm in the Terrace
Room

In this presentation, Dr. Mendoza,
assistant professor, and Lyle McKinney,
doctoral candidate, from Higher
Education Administration, will talk
about their experiences using IES
datasets including details related to
licenses for restricted-use data, the Data
Analysis System for public use, and the


IES Research Conference. They will
focus on key considerations attendees
should be aware of in working with
these datasets.

They will use their current research
using the National Postsecondary
Student Aid Survey as an example.

Bring your lunch, refreshments and cookies
will be provided.

RSVP to Rosie: rwarner@coe.ufl.edu by
Monday, March 22.

We hope to see you there!

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Congratulations are in order for
Stephen Pape (STL) for his subcontract
from the University of South Florida
and to Joseph Gagnon (SSESPECS) and
Holly Lane (SSESPECS) for their
subcontract from Georgia State
University.

Best wishes to Stephen Pape (STL) for
his proposal to the University of South
Florida; Troy Sadler (STL) for his
submission to Louisiana State
University; Lynda Hayes (PK Yonge),
Rose Pringle (STL), Paul Fishwick








(Computer and Information Science and
Engineering), Gregory Kiker
(Agricultural and Biological
Engineering) and Rafael Munoz-
Carpena (Agricultural and Biological
Engineering) for their proposal to the
National Science Foundation; Alyson
Adams (STL) for her submission to the
School Board of Alachua County;
Lindsay Thompson (Pediatrics), Kara
Dawson (STL), Erik Black (Pediatrics)
and Kelli Komro (Epidemiology and
Health Policy) for their proposal to the
National Institutes of Health and to


Patricia Snyder (SSESPECS) for her
submission to the Siskin Children's
Institute.

For more details about these awards, see
the table on the next page.

Ana & John


ORB -March 2010









College ofEducation Funded Projects February 2010

Principal Investigator: Stephen Pape Co-PI: N/A
Funding Agency: University of South Florida (Subcontract)
Proposal Title: Florida PROMISE: Partnership to Rejuvenate & Optimize Mathematics &
Science Education
Project Period: 10/21/2009-12/31/2010
Award Amount: $1,057,436.00

Principal Investigator: Joseph Gagnon Co-PI: Holly Lane
Funding Agency: Georgia State University (Subcontract)
Proposal Title: Project LIBERATE: Literacy Instruction Based on Evidence through
Research for Adjudicated Teens to Excel
Project Period: 7/1/2009-6/30/2012
Award Amount: $1,529,233.00



College ofEducation Submitted Prqjects February 2010

Principal Investigator: Stephen Pape Co-PI: N/A
Funding Agency: University of South Florida (Subcontract)
Proposal Title: Florida PROMISE: Partnership to Rejuvenate & Optimize Mathematics &
Science Education
Requested Amount: $1,057,436.00

Principal Investigator: Troy Sadler Co-PI: N/A
Funding Agency: Louisiana State University (Subcontract)
Proposal Title: Towards an LSAMP Center for International Research
Requested Amount: $39,720.00

Principal Investigator: Lynda Hayes Co-PIs: Rose Pringle, Paul Fishwick,
Gregory Kiker, Rafael Munoz-Carpena
Funding Agency: National Science Foundation
Proposal Title: COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH: Science to Systems to Sustainability (S3)-
Stimulating STEM Career Interest through Cyber-Enabled Water Conflict Resolution
Requested Amount: $957,430.00

Principal Investigator: Alyson Adams Co-PI: N/A
Funding Agency: School Board of Alachua County
Proposal Title: Alachua County Professional Learning Communities Work
Requested Amount: $20,000.00

Principal Investigator: Lindsay Thompson Co-PIs: Kara Dawson, Erik Black, Kelli Komro
Funding Agency: National Institutes of Health
Proposal Title: A Novel Method for Identifying High-Risk Behaviors Using Online Self-
Portrayals
Requested Amount: $45,837.00


ORB -March 2010









College ofEducation Submitted Projects February 2010


Principal Investigator: Patricia Snyder Co-PIs: N/A
Funding Agency: Siskin Children's Institute (Subcontract)
Proposal Title: TEIDS Plus: Integrating AQ & Data-Based Decision-Making to Enhance
IFSP Quality, Implementation and Child and Family Outcomes
Requested Amount: $37,104.00


ORB -March 2010




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