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Research for Undergrads

Landmark College received a $6,500 National Science Foundation (NSF-REU) supplemental grant to the ongoing project entitled "Social Presence During Instructor Mediated Synchronous Versus Asynchronous On-Line Course Discussions: A Study of Undergraduate Students with Disabilities Learning Statistics.”

This funding will allow LCIRT to hire two Landmark College students as Research Assistants to support the work of the project and to provide the students with valuable research experiences in STEM.

NSF-REU: Research Experience for Undergraduates (2014-17)

Dr. Ibrahim Dahlstrom-Hakki leads a workshop

 

Title:"REU Supplement: Social Presence During Instructor Mediated Synchronous Versus Asynchronous On-Line Course Discussions: A Study of Undergraduate National Science Foundation logo (image of earth with letters NSF)Students with Disabilities Learning Statistics"
Funder: National Science Foundation
Award Number: 1550422
Award Amount: $6,500
Funding Period:  2014 - 2017
PI:  Dr. Ibrahim Dahlstrom-Hakki
​Co-PI: Dr. Manju Banerjee 

Project Description

This funding offers a unique opportunity to provide relevant research experiences to Landmark College students. The supplemental funding strengthens the underlying research project while providing quality mentorship and guidance to Landmark College students who are interested in STEM careers. The proposal supports the College’s strategic plan to expand STEM research and scientific learning opportunities for Landmark College students, and paves the way for more student engagement in research for students at Landmark College in STEM. 


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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1550422

Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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