Grant Experience

After completing my first Masters degree, I was fortunate enough to secure employment as a grant coordinator and writer. I have assisted in the initial application of three Federal grants, two State of Ohio grants, and other smaller private grants. I am familiar with RFPs, pre-award and post-award processing, the development of budgets (including indirect costs, cost-sharing between departments), reporting tables for training grants (including K, R awards), developing consultant agreements, and managing large scale grant coordination. Below are list of grants I have collaborated in the writing and renewal, and lead the coordination of.

  • NSF 13-1 (#1348553) Grant testing the Aggression Impulse Management Model, coordinating IRB amendments, data collection, hiring, training, and scheduling of 32 undergraduate research assistants (2014-present). PI: Dr. Brad Bushman, The Ohio State University School of Communication
  • NIH NIGMS R25, Post-baccalaureate research education program (PREP), collaborated on initial proposal, renewal, final reports. Coordinated the funded program 2010-2011, serve as coordinator for the research component (2012-present). PI: Dr. Virginia Sanders, The Ohio State University College of Medicine
  • NSF #HRD-0833561, STEM students with disabilities program, collaborated on initial proposal which received funding. PI: Dr. Margo Izzo, The Ohio State University Nisonger Center
  • Steppingstones I, Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs, collaborated on initial proposal, renewal, final reports. Coordinated entire grant including hiring, training teachers to implement experimental testing of transition-curriculum for students with and without disabilities. PI: Dr. Margo Izzo, The Ohio State University Nisonger Center
  • Steppingstones II, Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs, collaborated on initial proposal, renewal. Coordinated entire grant including testing of portable accessible technologies for students with and without disabilities. PI: Dr. Margo Izzo, The Ohio State University Nisonger Center

 

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