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Our Grant Funding

Landmark College’s Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs (OGSP) oversees all grant-funded initiatives at the College. This includes:

The College currently manages a grant portfolio of over $3 million.

OGSP works directly with foundations, state and federal agencies, and corporate sponsors to secure funding for the College. The College currently manages a grant portfolio of more than $3 million.

Take a look at some of Landmark College's current and recent grant-funded projects below, or learn about LCIRT's grant-funded research. You can also learn more about the work of our Institutional Review Board.

Questions?

Lynne Feal-Staub
Director of Grants and Sponsored Programs
802-387-7199
lynnefealstaub@landmark.edu


Current and Recent Grant-Funded Projects

  • In December 2013, Landmark College received a $500,000 award from the Johnson Scholarship Foundation to establish the Access to Innovative Education (AIE) fund. This fund provides full scholarships to students with high financial need.

    As this is a matching grant, the College is actively seeking other funders with similar interests to support this fund, and has been awarded funding by the following foundations: F.I.S.H. Foundation, Mount Laurel Foundation, William H. Pitt Foundation, and the Solon E. Summerfield Foundation.

    For more information about AIE, contact Lynne Feal-Staub, Director of Grants and Sponsored Programs, at lynnefealstaub@landmark.edu.

    Access to Innovative Education: STEM Opportunities for Students with Learning Disabilities (AIE-STEM)

    In addition to the general AIE funding secured by the College, in September 2016 Landmark College received a $650,000 award from the National Science Foundation (award no. 1643326) to provide scholarship and other supports to students studying in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields. Scholarships up to $10,000 will be offered over the next five years to students with significant financial need studying in the Life Sciences or Computer Science areas. In addition to scholarship funding, these AIE-STEM scholars will receive mentoring support, internship opportunities, and other programmatic support. Additional information related to Landmark College’s AIE-STEM award can be found here.

    For more information about the AIE-STEM program, please contact Michelle Bower, Chair of the Mathematics & Computer Science Department at michellebower@landmark.edu.

  • The College has received funding support from both the Thomas Thompson Trust and the Redducs Foundation for the ELO-STEM program, a program designed for local middle school students who learn differently.

    For more information about the ELO-STEM program, contact Susan Grabowski, Director of Short-Term Programs, at susangrabowski@landmark.edu.

  • The Davis Educational Foundation recently awarded the College $131,000 to launch a campus-wide initiative aimed at integrating writing across the curriculum. The Landmark College Writing Project provides support to instructors from various departments to integrate, articulate, and apply an approach to teaching and supporting writing regardless of subject area.

    For more information about the Landmark College Writing Project, contact John Kipp, Chair of Core Education Department and Associate Professor, at jkipp@landmark.edu.

  • The Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism recently awarded Landmark College $16,000 to launch a physical education course specifically designed for autistic students. This project combines physical/wellness skill-building with skills specific to the needs of students with autism.

    For more information about the Physical Education & Wellness Initiative, please contact Todd Miller, Physical Education Coordinator and Assistant Professor at toddmiller@landmark.edu.

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