Recent Grants

Current:

National Science Foundation; Collaborative Research - Alliance for the Advancement of Florida's Academic Women in Chemistry & Engineering (AAFAWCE), $123,408.00 over four years, 2009-2013. Position: PI for FSU part of collaborative grant with USF (lead), UF, FIU, and FAMU.

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Recent:

State of Florida Department of Education; subcontract from the Panhandle Area for Educational Consortium: ”Science Collaboration: Immersion, Inquiry Innovation” for $341,413 over 16 months, 2007-2008. Position: PI.
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National Science Foundation, grant for “Preparing Science Graduate Students to Meet the Challenges of K-12 Education,” $1.2 million, 2002-2007. Position: Co-PI, with P Cottle as PI; D. Foss, W. Montford, E. Granger & T. Miller, as other co-PI.
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SERVE (Eisenhower Consortia), “Experiences of Science Graduate Students Working in K-8 Classrooms” for $15,000, 2004-2005. Position: Co-PI with D.E. Granger.
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Office of Distributed and Distance Learning grant for “Fully Integrated, Web-Supported, CHM 1020L Chemistry Laboratory” for $16,824, 2004-2005. Position: Co-PI with S. Dillion.
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SERVE (Eisenhower Consortia), “Experiential Learning for Preservice Teachers: Applications to Secondary Classrooms,” $8,748, 2000. Position: PI with L.L. Hahn as co-PI.
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National Science Foundation, “Florida Collaborative for Excellence in Teacher Preparation,” with Florida A&M University, $2.5 million, 1998-2003. Position: Co-PI, with F. Hamilton as PI; A. Sweeney & G. Roig as other co-PIs.
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For full listing of Grants, see the Grant section of Dr. Gilmer's Curriculum Vitae.