In FY20, CEHD Faculty brought in a record $23.2 million in sponsored funding.
Four out of the past five years, CEHD has brought in more than $20 million in sponsored funding.
CEHD has more than 50 active PIs and receives funding from a variety of federal sponsors, foundations and local governments.
Mark Your Calendars for These Spring 2021 Presentations
Please mark your calendars to attend the following virtual presentations in Spring 2021:
Getting to Know Your Technology Transfer Office
Clifford Michaels, director of Georgia State University’s Office of Technology Transfer and Commercialization, will give a Research Wednesdays presentation entitled, “Getting to Know Your Technology Transfer Office” on Wednesday, Jan. 27 from 12-1 p.m.
The primary role of a technology transfer office is to connect industry with university expertise and innovation, thereby helping research have greater impact and increased visibility. In his presentation, Michaels will discuss ways you can connect with the office and how the office can support your innovation, commercialization and industry engagement interests.
Addressing Gender and Race/Ethnicity in Shaping Career Trajectories in Academia: What Can Individuals and Institutions Do?
Mangala Subramaniam, professor of sociology and the Butler Chair and director of Purdue University’s Susan Bulkeley Butler Center, will give a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion presentation entitled, “Addressing Gender and Race/Ethnicity in Shaping Career Trajectories in Academia: What Can Individuals and Institutions Do?” on Wednesday, Feb. 17, from 12-1:30 p.m.
Subramaniam will also host a session for female graduate students from 2:30-3:30 p.m. that day.
In her current administrative role, Subramaniam focuses on providing opportunities to enhance leadership skills and professional development for faculty. She is currently working on a co-edited volume on leadership in higher education. Her co-authored piece in Inside Higher Ed provides recommendations for advancing women to leadership positions. This is reflective of her expanded research interests in the areas of gender and leadership, careers in the academy and inclusive excellence. She is the state co-director of the American Council on Education Women’s Network of Indiana and an associate editor of Social Problems, which is one of the top four journals in sociology.
More information on registering for these sessions will be sent out in January.
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