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Research on Online Higher Education: An Inquiry Into Retention and Success

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Grant: CUNY Fellowship Award
Award: $74,860
Time Frame: 2014-2015
Title: Online course-taking, access, and persistence in higher education in the U.S. and Germany

Grant: CUNY Fellowship Award
Award: $74,860
Time Frame: 2014-2015
Title: Online course-taking, access, and persistence in higher education in the U.S. and Germany

Grant: Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst/ German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Research Visit Grant for Faculty
Award: Fall 2014
Award: $74,860
Time Frame: 2014-2015
Title: Online course-taking, access, and persistence in higher education in the U.S. and Germany

Grant: American Educational Research Association (AERA) Research Award
Award: $25,000
Time Frame: 2012-2014
Title: Online STEM Students At-Risk: Building a Model of Online STEM Student Retention at the Community College

Grant: CUNY Community College Collaborative Incentive (C3IRG) Research Grant
Award: $15,000
Time Frame: 2012-2013
Title: An Investigation of Prior Experience and Course Type as Factors Affecting Online STEM Student Retention and Success

Grant: BMCC/CUNY Faculty Development Grant
Award: $3000
Time Frame: 2013
Title: Factors Determining Online Student Enrollment: Evaluation of a Large-Scale National Dataset

Grant: PSC CUNY Research Award, Traditional B
Award: $5,125
Time Frame: 2013-2014
Title: The Role of Self-Selection in Online Student Persistence at the Community College: Are Restrictive Enrollment Policies Justified?

Grant: PSC CUNY Research Award, Traditional B
Award: $5,462
Time Frame: 2012-2013
Title: Using a Binary Logistic Regression Model to Identify Online Courses in Greatest Need of Supplemental Student Support

Grant: PSC CUNY Research Award, Traditional B
Award: $2,800
Time Frame: 2012-2013
Title: Examining Minority Student Success in Online STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Courses

Grant: PSC CUNY Research Award, Traditional B
Award: $4,512
Time Frame: 2011-2012
Title: Assessing Online Students at Risk: Building a Better Predictive Model for Online Course Attrition

Grant: PSC CUNY Research Award, Traditional B
Award: $4,512
Time Frame: 2011-2012
Title: Investigating Trends in Online Attrition to Optimize Student Success

Grant: BMCC/CUNY Title V Faculty Research Grant
Award: $4000
Time Frame: 2011
Title: Assessing Online Students at Risk: Building a Better Predictive Model for Online Course Attrition

Grant: BMCC/CUNY Title V Faculty Research Grant
Award: $4000
Time Frame: 2011
Title: Investigating Trends in Online Re-enrollment, Retention and Success

Grant: BMCC/CUNY Title V Faculty Research Grant
Award: $4000
Time Frame: 2011
Title: Access & Success: The Traditionally Underrepresented Student in Online Learning