RISE awarded $2,000 to evaluate curriculum development for the Department of Industrial Engineering at Iowa State University.
RISE staff members Cori Hyde and Arlene de la Mora published an article with three Iowa State University Extension and Outreach colleagues in the Journal of the NACAA (National Association of Country Agricultural Agents).
Robert Reason and Joshua Mitchell awarded three-year, $286,185 U.S. Department of Education research grant to study global competence and social responsibility outcomes in postsecondary education.
Graduate research assistant Jeanne Connelly presented poster about Tier II Supports at National PBIS Leadership Conference in Chicago, IL.
RISE staff will serve as the evaluators for a $3 million grant awarded to the University of Vermont to develop a graduate program through the NSF's Research Traineeship (NRT) Program.
Graduate research assistants Garrett Gowen and Kevin Hemer were among those selected to participate in the 2017-2018 Graduate College Emerging Leaders Academy.
Mari Kemis, Arlene de la Mora, and Brandi Geisinger, of RISE, are among nearly 50 Iowa State graduate students, faculty, and staff members who will share their expertise at the American Educational Research Association annual meeting this weekend.
Mari Kemis, Brandi Geisinger, and Arlene de la Mora, of RISE, in conjunction with Raj Raman, an ISU faculty member, presented the article, "Developing a scale to understand the key actions of effective graduate student mentors" at the International Conference for Educational Research and Innovation in Seville, Spain.
Iowa State University is a leader in bringing more diversity to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) - not only through outreach, partnerships, scholarships, and conferences, but also with research aimed at systemic change across colleges in the Midwest and nationwide.
Brandi Geisinger, Vincent Genareo, Mari Kemis, and Joshua Mitchell, of the Research Institute for Studies in Education, presented Avoiding the sinking ship: The evaluation of multi-million dollar failures at the 2017 annual meeting of the American Evaluation Association in Atlanta, Georgia.
The International Association of International Educators recognized Chris Glass, Old Dominion University, and colleagues with the NAFSA 2016 Innovative Research in International Education Award. Their research focused on international student belonging and used data from the Global Perspective Inventory.
Mari Kemis, interim director of the Research Institute for Studies in Education, and faculty members Brian Burt and Sarah Rodriguez from the School of Education are on a team of 15 from Iowa State awarded a $2 million grant from the National Science Foundation.
Mari Kemis, interim director of RISE, and Brandi Geisinger, research and evaluation scientist in RISE, were awarded $50,000 from the University of Notre Dame to conduct an evaluation of their Research Experiences for Teachers program.