Jaynie C. Mitchell, MA
MSE Grant Development Specialist
306C MCKB | ext. 23067
2020–2022 MSE Research Grant Awards
Congratulations to our internal grant recipients!
Katy Cabbage, ComD
Beyond Speech Production: Speech Perception Skills in Children with Persistent Speech Sound Disorders
Connie Summers, ComD
Diagnostic Accuracy of Nonword Repetition in Bilingual Children
Cade Charlton, CPSE
Project RAARE: Real-Time Animated Avatars Realizing Engaged Learning
Jared Morris, CPSE
Using Explicit Instruction, Video Modeling, and Augmented Reality to Teach Mathematics to Students with Autism
Spencer Weiler, EdLF
Reflections from the Principal’s Office: Leadership Lessons Learned from Retired Career Administrators
Charles Graham, IP&T
K–12 Blended Teaching Case Studies in the Disciplines
Thank you to participating faculty and our MSE Research grant reviewers! Learn more about external research support on the MSE Website.
Upcoming Grant Deadlines
March 15, 2020: The Braitmayer Foundation is now accepting letters of inquiry for its innovative K–12 education practices grant. Awards up to $35,000.
March 15, 2020: Charles Redd Center for Western Studies Grants
April 1, 2020: MSE Faculty Mini Grant
July 1, 2020: Experiential Learning Grants (for projects that will run August 1, 2020–July 31, 2021)
Research Development Workshop
BYU Faculty Proposal Development Boot Camp
May 11–14, 2020, 9 a.m.–2 p.m. in 270 MB
Faculty who attended this boot camp in the past found it to be very helpful. Technical writing professor Jon Balzotti, PhD, will provide hands-on proposal writing instruction. By the end of the bootcamp, you will have completed the first draft of a proposal. Lunch provided.
- May 11: How do I create logically structured proposals?
- May 12: How do I use proposal slots to answer the funder’s major question?
- May 13: How do I create a value proposition?
- May 14: How do I tailor my proposal to catch the attention of busy reviewers?
For questions on this or other research development workshops, email Jaynie Mitchell (MSE) or Kaylie Winterton (BYU Research Development administrator).