Chloe Gibbs Receives Research Grant from AERA-NSF Grants Program
Dr. Chloe Gibbs, a Fellow in the Institute for Educational Initiatives and ND PIER Faculty Committee. member, received a research grant through the AERA-NSF grants program for a project entitled, The War on Poverty and Higher Education Access: Educational Attainment and Intergenerational Effects of Upward Bound.
Since 1990, the AERA-NSF Grants Program has supported over 600 graduate students and early career scholars as they launched their careers and developed their research agendas in STEM education research.
“The AERA-NSF Grants Program supports some of the most promising STEM education research that draws from large-scale data sets and state longitudinal administrative data,” said Barbara Schneider (Michigan State University), chair of the program’s governing board. “The program supports new and early career scholars who are expanding how we use large-scale data to understand and inform education practices and policies.”
Current and former AERA-NSF Grants Program grantees will present their research in poster sessions during the 2022 AERA Annual Meeting in San Diego. For more information about the Grants Program, visit the AERA website. The next proposal deadline for Dissertation and Research Grant Awards will be October 5.