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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)
Heidi Steltzer, coordinator of the Environment Science Degree Program, received $27,500 from the Bureau of Land Management for the BLM Silverton Collaborative “Colorado Plants as Biogeochemical and Hillslope Hydrological Indicators in High Mountain Areas.”
Cheryl Nixon, provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, received $552,344 from the Colorado Department of Higher Education on behalf of the Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative for the “Finish What You Started-Circle Back Project.”
Jill Choate, associate professor of Teacher Education, received $45,000 from the US Department of Education through the University of Florida for the “CEEDAR Colorado Technical Assistance grant.”
Kendra Gallegos Reichle, coordinator of Student Wellness, received $10,808 from the US Department of Agriculture and the Colorado Department of Human Services for “Hunger Free Colorado – SNAP Outreach.”
Beth LaShell, coordinator of The Old Fort at Hesperus, received $118,000 from the Native American Agriculture Fund for “Growing Agricultural Training and Land Access for Beginning Farmers.”
Elizabeth Quinn-MacMillan, curator for the Center of Southwest Studies, received $2,600 from the National Endowment for the Humanities through Colorado Humanities for the “Colorado Sustaining the Humanities through the American Rescue Plan grant agreement.”
Nishatul Majid, assistant professor of Physics & Engineering, received $5,000 from Sandia National Laboratories for the “Senior Design Bonanza Project: Optical Alignment Structure for Viewing Space Debris.”
Steve Elias, dean of the School of Business Administration, received $748,624 from the US Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration (EDA) for the “Build to Scale Venture Challenge – Starting, Scaling and Sustaining Entrepreneurship in Rural Southwest Colorado.”
Kathy Hilimire, associate professor of Environment & Sustainability, and Becky Clausen, professor of Sociology, received $290,635 from the National Science Foundation for “Growing Convergence Research Collaborative - Responsible Critical Elements: Transforming Earth Resource Development for a Carbon-Neutral Future.”
Mary Shepherd, executive director of the Small Business Development Center, received $25,000 from the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade for an “SBDC Supplemental Award.”