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LMU Faculty External Teaching Grants and Funding

Excellent teaching is at the core of LMU's educational mission. LMU has many outstanding teachers whose work has been supported by external funding. We celebrate LMU teachers as scholars here by listing external teaching grants and funding.

If you are aware of an external teaching grant or funding received by LMU funding that we did not list, please let us know at teachers@lmu.edu. If you want to apply for an external grant, please contact the Office for Research and Sponsored Projects (ORSP).

2011

Magaly Lavadenz, Ph.D., Language and Culture in Education
Elvira Armas, Ed.D., Center for Equity for English Language Learners (CEEL)
    FLAP: Global Connections: Creating 21st Century Biliterate/Bicultural Children
    Walnut Valley Unified School District/U.S. Department of Education

Todd Shoepe, Natural Science
    Student Generated Dissection Images and Mobile Computing in Anatomy Lab
    Human Anatomy and Pysiology Society

Magaly Lavadenz, Ph.D., Language and Culture in Education
Elvira Armas, Ed.D., Center for Equity for English Language Learners (CEEL)
    "Doing What Works" for Transition Kindergarten Dual Language Learners: 
    A focus on effective classroom practices for vocabulary and dialogic reading
    U.S. Dept. of Education (USDE)

Magaly Lavadenz, Ph.D., Language and Culture in Education
    Chinese Teacher Language Preparation: Summer Institute for 2011
    University of Maryland, College Park: National Foreign Language Center
    U.S. Department of Defense: National Security Agency    

2010

Jacqueline Dewar, Ph.D., Lily Khadjavi, Ph.D., and Alissa Crans, Ph.D. Mathematics
    "Women and Mathematics" for Future Teachers
    Mathematical Association of America (MAA) / The Tensor Foundation

Holly Levitski, Ph.D., Jewish Studies, with Dorothy Clark (CSUN), and David Greenfield (LMU)
    The Holocaust and/in Poland: A Team-Taught, Interdisciplinary, On-Site Service learning Course.
    Taube Foundation

Herbert Medina, Ph.D., Mathematics
    Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics (CRUM) Research Group.
    CRUM/Brigham Young University (BYU)/National Science Foundation (NSF)

Edmundo Litton, Ed.D., School of Education
    Teaching for Social Justice: The LMU Intern Program
    California Commission on Teacher Credentialing

2009

Stephanie August, Ph.D., Computer Science
    Enhancing Expertise, Sociability and Literacy through Teaching Artificial Intelligence as a 
    Laboratory Science (TAILS)    
    National Science Foundation (NSF)

Gary Kulek, Ph.D., Biology
    Science Education Alliance
    Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Carolyn Viviano, Ph.D., Natural Science
    Capstone Course for LMU's Secondary Science Education Majors. Workshop Biology//Chemistry
    The National Center for Science and Civic Engagement (NCSCE) / National Science Foundation (NSF)

Magaly Lavadenz, Language and Culture in Education
    Chinese Language Teacher Preparation: Summer Institute for 2009
    University of Maryland, College Park: National Foreign Language Center/U.S. Department of Defense:
    National Security Agency

2008

Michael G. Lee, Theological Studies
    Convivencia and Assessment Strategies for Introductory Religion Courses at LMU
    Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion

Alissa S. Crans, Mathematics
    Pacific Coast Undergraduate Mathematics Conference 2009. To provide a forum for undergraduates at all
    levels to learn more about the opportunities available to math majors both during and after college.
    Mathematical Association of America

Francisco Ramos, Language and Culture in Education
    Improving the Preparation of First-Year Catholic School Teacher through Self-Reflection
    Spencer Foundation

Terese Aceves, Educational Support Services
    Project REAL: Retaining Highly Qualified Teachers who Provide Evidence-based Instruction
    U.S. Department of Education: Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services

2007

Magaly Lavadenz, Language and Culture in Education
    Chinese Language Teacher Preparation: Summer Institute for 2008
    University of Maryland, College Park: National Foreign Language Center/U.S. Department of Defense: 
    National Security Agency

Herbert Medina and co-PI's Tina Choe, José Saez, and Barbara A. Christie, Mathematics
    The Descartes Scholars Program (DSP) 
    National Science Foundation: Directorate for Education and Human Resources: Undergraduate Education

2006

Mary Fraser, School of Education
    Strengthening the Teacher Education Pipeline 
    Los Angeles Mission College/U.S. Department of Education: Office of Postsecondary Education: Institutional 
    Development and Undergraduate Education Service