2020 Recipients

  1. Elyse Aurbach, PhD.

    Center for Academic Innovation, University of Michigan

    Project: Expanding the Utility and Impact of the Michigan Public Engagement Framework

  2. Ellen Kuhn, M.A.

    Center for Academic Innovation, University of Michigan

    Project: Expanding the Utility and Impact of the Michigan Public Engagement Framework

  3. Gigi Owen, PhD.

    Climate Assessment for the Southwest, University of Arizona

    Project: Evaluating the Societal Impacts of Climate Change Research: A guidebook for natural and physical scientists

  4. Alison M. Meadow, PhD.

    Climate Assessment for the Southwest, University of Arizona

    Project: Evaluating the Societal Impacts of Climate Change Research: A guidebook for natural and physical scientists

  5. Barbara A. Burke, M.A.; M.L.S.

    Office of Sponsored Programs, New York City College of Technology

    Project: Charting Research Impacts in Minority Serving Institutions: Does One-Size Fit All?

  6. Patrick Corbett, PhD.

    Office of Sponsored Programs, New York City College of Technology

    Project: Charting Research Impacts in Minority Serving Institutions: Does One-Size Fit All?

  7. Sophie Pierszalowski, PhD.

    Office of Undergraduate Education, Oregon State University

    Project: Mentoring the next generation: A roadmap for using undergraduate research to broaden participation and impact in STEM

  8. Thaddaeus Buser, PhD. Candidate

    College of Agricultural Sciences, Oregon State University

    Project: Mentoring the next generation: A roadmap for using undergraduate research to broaden participation and impact in STEM

  9. Sarah Olsen, PhD.

    Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, Berkeley

    Project: A toolbox for scientists and educators to co-create high-quality non-formal learning experiences

  10. Natasha Wingerter, PhD. Candidate

    College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, University of Idaho

    Project: A toolbox for scientists and educators to co-create high-quality non-formal learning experiences

  11. Susan Rowe, PhD.

    Precollege Programs, Oregon State University

    Project: An Introduction to Successful K-12 Broader Impacts Planning and eLearning Pathways

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