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Are you thinking about or in the process of applying for a grant? All grant applications must go through FLC's grant proposal process. Here are some resources that will help you through the process:
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Have you been awarded a grant? Congratulations. Here are some resources to help you manage it:
Grants Management 101 for Department Admins (PowerPoint)
Beth LaShell, coordinator of The Old Fort at Hesperus, received $20,986 from the Colorado Department of Agriculture for “COVID Respond and Rebuild.”
Peggy Ferguson, director of Campbell Child and Family Center, received $3,125 from the Colorado Department of Human Services Office of Early Childhood for “Childcare Sustainability Grant.”
Dr. Cheryl Nixon, provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, received $3,067,096 from the Office of the Governor of the State of Colorado for “Response, Innovation, and Student Equity (RISE) Education Funds.”
Dr. Kristine Greer, associate provost, received $56,900 from the Colorado Department of Education for “Southwest Excellence Educator Development (SEED).”
Dr. Rebecca Clausen, professor of Sociology, received $2,500 from the Colorado Department of Human Services for “HB 20-1422 Food Pantry Grant.”
Andreas Tischauser, philanthropic partnerships for the FLC Foundation, received $75,000 from the El Pomar Foundation for “Native American Student Opportunities.”
Stacey Peters, administrative assistant III, received $4,000 from the Colorado Department of Education for “2020-2021 State Grants for Libraries.”
Dr. Julie Korb, professor of Biology, received $49,945 from the Colorado Water Conservation Board for “Watershed Conditions, Climate and Post-Fire Mitigation for Two wildfires in Southwest Colorado and Their Influence on Forest Health and Watershed Recovery.”
Jenn Wagnon, director of TRIO Student Success Center, received $1,637,535 from the U.S. Department of Education for “TRIO Student Success Center” to be awarded on 8/1/2021.
Dr. Gigi Richard, director of Four Corners Water Center, received $165,617 from the Colorado Water Conservation Board for the “Dolores River Adaptive Management Project.”