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GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 2

ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE 2

ACCOMPLISHMENTS TO DATE 4

Grants Awarded 4

Grants Supported 9

Grants Submitted 10

Publication and Information Dissemination 15

Teacher Education and Certification 16

Academic Courses 18

Educational Research and Development 23

Scholarly Presentations 26

Conferences 30

Colloquia 35

Seminars 37

Public Lectures 43

Performances 44

Receptions 45

Laboratories 45

Workshops 46

School-University-Community Partnership Programs 48

Special Clinics 54

Summer Institutes 54

Summer Camps for Students 55

SUNY-Wide Activities 56

PLANS FOR THE FUTURE 56

SUMMARY STATEMENT 56




CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE AND INNOVATION IN EDUCATION

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:

The State University of New York at Stony Brook takes a "University-wide approach" to teacher education and the University's Center for Excellence and Innovation in Education (CEIE) was established in 1988 as the common link between the University's undergraduate, graduate, and research programs and the region's public and private primary and secondary schools.


Historically the mission of the Center for Excellence and Innovation in Education (CEIE) was to play a major role in the Long Island region by coordinating, supporting, strengthening, and developing: (1) undergraduate (pre-service) and graduate (in-service) teacher certification and teacher education programs; (2) educational research and development programs; and (3) school-university partnership programs.
In the summer of 1999, the mission of the Center for Excellence and Innovation in Education (CEIE) was modified as follows:
The mission of the Center for Excellence and Innovation in Education (CEIE) is to play a major role in the Long Island region by supporting, strengthening, and developing: (1) teacher education and professional development programs; (2) educational research and development programs; and (3) school-community-university partnership programs.
ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE:

The Center for Excellence and Innovation in Education (CEIE) has a director, its own secretarial staff, computer equipment, electronic mail, photocopying facility, and operating budget. The Center is located in its own suite of offices in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Building. In 1991, the responsibility for the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE) was transferred to the Center for Excellence and Innovation in Education. In the summer of 1999, CSMTE was formally closed and its science outreach activities became part of the school-community-university outreach programs of the Center for Excellence and Innovation in Education (CEIE).


$ Director, Dr. Eli Seifman, Distinguished Service Professor of Social Sciences (1988-2000)

$ Director Emeritus, Dr. Eli Seifman (2000-present)

$ Associate Director, Christine McCormick (1994-present)

$ Staff Assistant, Edith Padilla (2001-present)


$ New York State Legislative support from Senator Kenneth LaValle:

$ 62,500 (1988-89)

$150,000 (1989-90)

$150,000 (1990-91)

$ 57,840 (1991-92)

$ 0 (1992-93)

$150,000 (1993-94)

$150,000 (1994-95)

$100,000 (1995-96)

$100,000 (1996-97)

$100,000 (1997-98)

$ 75,000 (1998-99)

$ 75,000 (1999-00)

$ 75,000 (2000-01)

$ 65,000 (2001-02)

$ 65,000 (2002-03)





ACCOMPLISHMENTS TO DATE

In the period since its establishment in September 1988, the Center for Excellence and Innovation in Education (CEIE) has accomplished the following:



Grants Awarded

$ Awarded a Suffolk Partnership Program grant from the New York State Education Department to improve the teaching of "at-risk" students in the Brentwood, Longwood, Patchogue-Medford and Wyandanch School Districts.

$190,834 (1988-89)

$120,000 (1989-90)

$137,000 (1990-91)

$ 42,900 (1991-92)


$ Awarded a Teacher Opportunity Corps grant from the New York State Education Department to work with the Brentwood, Longwood, Patchogue-Medford and Wyandanch School Districts to increase the number of minorities entering the teaching profession.

$100,000 (1988-89)

$ 80,000 (1989-90)

$ 90,000 (1990-91)

$ 92,500 (1991-92)

$ 75,000 (1992-93)

$ 67,500 (1993-94)

$100,000 (1994-95)

$ 45,850 (1995-96)

$ 40,000 (1996-97)

$ 40,000 (1997-98)

$ 40,000 (1998-99)

$ 14,400 (1999-00)

$ 12,009 (2000-01)

$ 15,002 (2001-02)

$ 15,002 (2002-03)

$ 15,002 (2003-04)
$ Awarded, with the Division of Child Psychiatry [Indirect Cost Funds (IDC) split between CEIE and Department of Psychiatry], a Biomedical Research Support grant from the United States Public Health Service to evaluate the school performance of mentally retarded children receiving medication.

$9,000 (1989-90)


$ Awarded, with the Division of Child Psychiatry [Indirect Cost Funds (IDC) split between CEIE and Department of Psychiatry], a Clinical Research grant from the Tourette Syndrome Association to evaluate the effects of medication on the school performance of children with Tourette Syndrome, "Methylphenidate (Ritalin) Treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Boys with Tourette Syndrome."

$ 12,500 (1989-90)

$ 25,500 (1990-91)

$161,477 (1991-92)





$ Awarded a 3-year Liberty Partnership Program grant from the New York State Education Department to recruit and provide academic year support services (tutoring, counseling, cultural activities, mentoring) and a summer residential academic program for junior and senior high school "at-risk" students in the Brentwood, Central Islip, Middle Country, and Wyandanch School Districts.

$400,000 (1989-90)

$362,500 (1990-91)

$270,130 (1991-92)

$192,000 (1992-93)

$178,000 (1993-94)

$150,000 (1994-95)

$150,000 (1995-96)

$130,000 (1996-97)

$130,000 (1997-98)

$130,000 (1998-99)

$130,000 (1999-00)

$141,230 (2000-01)

$147,260 (2001-02)

$147,260 (2002-03)

$147,260 (2003-04)


$ Awarded, with the Division of Child Psychiatry [Indirect Cost Funds (IDC) split between CEIE and Department of Psychiatry], a grant from the National Institute of Health for the "Effects of Methylphenidate (Ritalin) on Attention Deficit Disorders in Children with Developmental Disorders."

$9,225 (1990-91)


$ Awarded, with the Division of Child Psychiatry [Indirect Cost Funds (IDC) split between CEIE and Department of Psychiatry], a Clinical Research grant from the Tourette Syndrome Association to evaluate the effects of medication on the school performance of children with Tourette Syndrome, "Methylphenidate (Ritalin) Treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Children with Tourette Syndrome."

$484,227 (1991-94)

$865,180 (1995-99)
$ Awarded a Dwight D. Eisenhower Title IIA Higher Education Competitive Mathematics and Science Inservice-Training Grant from the New York State Education Department for a two-week Summer Institute for "Technology for Middle Level Science."

$42,500 (1991-92)

$43,000 (1992-93)

$40,200 (1993-94)


$ Awarded a Dwight D. Eisenhower Title IIA Higher Education Competitive Mathematics and Science Competitive Cooperative-Demonstration Grant from the New York State Education Department for a Summer Institute and Academic Year follow-up for a "Math/Science Access Program."

$37,000 (1992-93)

$37,000 (1993-94)

$39,000 (1994-95)

$16,000 (1995-96)


$ Awarded, with the Lindenhurst School District, a Cooperative Education Grant from the State Education Department.

$29,929 (1991-92)


$ Awarded a Community Service Learning Program Grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

$17,000 (1991-92)

$15,000 (1992-93)

$20,246 (1993-94)


$ Awarded, with the CSMTE, a Biotechnology Teaching Laboratory Grant from the New York State Center for Biotechnology to establish a laboratory for secondary school students to learn state-of-the art research techniques in molecular biology and biotechnology.

$20,000 (1991-92)


$ Awarded, with the CSMTE, grants from various corporate donors in support for the International Science and Engineering Fair.

$3,000 (1992-93)

$3,000 (1993-94)
$ Established, with the CSMTE, a Stony Brook Foundation account to accept contributions for the Student Research Support Program.

$11,000 (1991-92)

$12,000 (1992-93)

$13,000 (1993-94)


$ Established, with the CSMTE, an income fund reimbursable account (IFR) to accept contributions for the High School Student Summer Research Institute.

$18,000 (1991-92)

$20,000 (1992-93)

$22,250 (1993-94)


$ Established, with the CSMTE, a Stony Brook Foundation account to accept contributions for the Chautauqua Short Course Program for college faculty.

$ 8,000 (1991-92)

$10,000 (1993-94)
$ Awarded a grant from the New York Times Foundation for a pilot Primary Prevention Program to identify and educate young children who have been exposed prenatally to substance abuse.

$5,000 (1992-93)


$ Awarded, with the CSMTE, a grant from the National Science Foundation on "Ethics and Values in the Science Classroom."

$204,976 (1994-97)


$ Awarded, with the CSMTE, a grant from the National Science Foundation on "Partnership for Progress: a University/School Student Support Program Collaboration."

$100,000 (1994-97)



$ Awarded a grant from the Department of Environmental Conservation's Environmental Benefit Fund to establish and operate an "Environmental Education Summer Camp Project," a co-ed residential camp centering on environmental education, and to work collaboratively with Stony Brook's Marine Sciences Research Center (MSRC) in the design of a marine sciences component for the camp.

$ 840,000 (1995-2001)

$2,225,000 (2002-2016)
$ Awarded, in collaboration with Eastern and Western Suffolk BOCES, a grant from the New York State Education Department for ALaunching the Consortia for Student Success: Assessment as a Catalyst for Teaching/Reaching Low Performing Students.@

$250,000 (1995-96)


$ Awarded, in collaboration with the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE) a grant from the National Science Foundation=s Teacher enhancement Program for AMSTE: Integrating Mathematics, Science and Technology in the Elementary Schools.@

$4,165,325 (1997-02)


$ Awarded, in collaboration with Western Suffolk BOCES, a grant from the NYS Department of Education for a Goals 2000 Grant, AMetro Institute for Substitute Teachers (M.I.S.T.),@ for the training of substitute teachers to be effective interim instructors.

$150,000 (1998-99)


$ Awarded a grant from an anonymous donor for computer workstations/networking and kayaks/canoes for Stony Brook=s environmental education summer camp, Camp Sea Wolf.

$35,000 (1998-99)


$ Awarded a grant from the Brentwood Union Free School District for a week-long summer camp to be held on the Stony Brook campus for students participating in the Liberty Partnership Program.

$2300 (1998-99)


$ Awarded, in collaboration with Western Suffolk BOCES, a grant for one year from the NYS Department of Education for a Goals 2000 Grant, ADe-M.I.S.T-ifying the Training of Substitute Teachers,@ for a M.I.S.T. Tool Kit to be used by school districts to train substitute teachers to be more effective interim instructors.

$150,000 (1998-99)


$ Awarded, in collaboration with Liberty Partnership Program and the Middle Island Caring for Kids Learning Center, a grant from the Allstate Foundation for five computers and educational software to be used by Liberty Partnership Program participants at the Learning Center.

$15,000 (1998-99)

$10,000 (1999-00)
$ Awarded a gift of equipment worth $54,000 from Mr. Owen Morrel to our environmental education summer camp, Camp Sea Wolf.

$54,000 (1999-00)


$ Awarded, in collaboration with Western Suffolk BOCES, a grant for one year from the NYS Department of Education to create a Long Island School Support Center (LISSC). The Center will assist Long Island schools and school districts to close the gaps in student achievement that exist between current and expected performance on State assessments for all students.

$600,570 (1999-00)



$ Awarded, in collaboration with Liberty Partnership Program and the Middle Island Caring for Kids Learning Center, a grant from Suffolk County Legislator Martin Haley to support the Liberty Partnership Program activities offered at the Learning Center.

$25,000 (1999-00)

$15,000 (2000-01)

$ 5,000 (2001-02)


$ Awarded, in collaboration with Liberty Partnership Program and the Middle Island Caring for Kids Learning Center, a grant for $37,000 from Suffolk County Legislator Michael Caracciolo to support the Liberty Partnership Program activities offered at the Learning Center.

$37,000 (1999-00)


$ Awarded, in collaboration with Liberty Partnership Program and the Middle Island Caring for Kids Learning Center, a Member Item grant of $15,000 from NYS Senator Kenneth LaValle to support the Liberty Partnership Program summer program offered at the Learning Center.

$15,000 (1999-00)


$ Awarded, in collaboration with Liberty Partnership Program and the Middle Island Caring for Kids Learning Center, a grant from the Department of Juvenile Justice for the Liberty Partnership Program after-school educational and recreational programs held at the Learning Center.

$33,291 (1999-00)

$31,000 (2000-01)

$31,000 (2001-02)


$ Awarded, in collaboration with Liberty Partnership Program and the Middle Island Caring for Kids Learning Center, a grant from the Town of Brookhaven, through Community Development funds, for Liberty Partnership Program after-school mediation program held at the Learning Center.

$32,000 (1999-00)

$32,000 (2000-01)

$32,000 (2001-02)


$ Awarded, in collaboration with Liberty Partnership Program and the Middle Island Caring for Kids Learning Center, a grant from the Office of Substance Abuse Services to support Liberty Partnership Program activities offered at the Learning Center.

$80,000 (2001-02)


$ Awarded, in collaboration with Liberty Partnership Program and the Middle Island Caring for Kids Learning Center, a grant from NYS Assemblywoman Patricia Acampora to support Liberty Partnership Program activities offered at the Learning Center.

$10,000 (2001-02)


$ Awarded, in collaboration with the Brentwood School District, a Teachers of Tomorrow Program grant from the New York State Education Department. Funding is for two areas: A Recruitment Incentive Program to attract teachers from underrepresented groups, and a Teacher Recruitment and Tuition Reimbursement Program for teachers from underrepresented groups who are working towards permanent certification in TESOL, Math and Science.

$134,688 (2002-03)



Grants Supported
$ Collaborated with the Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Program by providing funding for the research development and writing of the proposal for a grant from the Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange, an institutional enhancement grant to promote the study of Chinese Culture and Society.

$183,000 (1993-96)


$ Collaborated with the Institute for the Conservation of Tropical Environments by providing funding for the research development proposal for "Environmental and Natural Resources Management of Biodiversity in Madagascar," a grant from USAID establishing linkages with the international scientific and educational community in the United States and elsewhere and establishing protected areas which give particular attention to using the country's rain forests in sustainable ways.

$1,000,000 (1993-1998)


$ Collaborated with the Office of the Provost by providing funds for the computer automation component of Project WISE (Women in Science and Engineering), a grant from the National Science Foundation to work with Brookhaven National Lab, AAUW (American Association of University Women), and five high schools: East Islip, Port Jefferson, Riverhead, Mt. Sinai, and Ward Melville, to motivate women who show academic promise in math or science to develop their talent, with the long-range goal of pursuing careers that require

advanced scientific, engineering and mathematical (SEM) training.

$1,300,000 (1994-1997)
$ Collaborated with the Department of Linguistics by providing administrative and secretarial support in Project MORE: Mentors for Richer Education, a grant from the U.S. Department of Education to involve undergraduate students in a new course integrating academic work with supervised mentoring experience to Limited English Proficient students in elementary, middle and junior high schools at Brentwood, Copiague and Central Islip.

$100,000 (1994-98)




Grants Submitted
$ Submitted a grant proposal to the National Endowment for the Humanities on "Reintroducing Grammar," a research project in linguistics for the elementary schools (Fall 1988).
$ Submitted a grant proposal to the Spenser Foundation on "First Language Loss in Children," a research project in linguistics for the elementary schools (Fall 1988).
$ Submitted a three-year Upward Bound grant proposal for $843,374 to the U.S. Department of Education (Spring 1989).
$ Developed the "teacher training and school-university partnership" component of the $5,000,000 grant proposal to the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Undergraduate Biological Sciences Education Initiative, submitted by the Division of Biological Sciences (Spring 1989).
$ Developed the "program administration" component of the $297,199 Jacob Javits Gifted and Talented High School Students Program proposal (July, 1989).


$ Developed, in collaboration with the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE), a grant proposal for $2,175,367 to the National Science Teachers Association for a Center for the Assessment and Evaluation of High School Curriculum Grades 7-12 (Fall 1989).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $206,705 to the U. S. Office of Education for a "School University Service Project," a proposal to train and provide tutors and counseling interns for schools with a high percentage of "at-risk" students (Fall 1989).
$ Developed, in collaboration with the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE), a grant proposal for $15,000 to the IBM Corporation for a Program for Teacher Preparation and Enhancement in the Use of Available Technology to establish a computer laboratory for teacher education (Fall 1989).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $80,000 to the New York State Education Department for a Title IIA Dwight D.Eisenhower Higher Education In-Service Program Secondary Science Teachers Summer Institute (Spring 1990).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $14,310 to the ARCO Foundation for a "School‑University Cooperative Kindergarten Project" in the Brentwood School District (Spring 1990).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $65,192 to the National Endowment for the Humanities for "Boethius and Benedict: The Sixth Century Watershed," a proposal for a summer 1991 seminar for teachers (Spring 1990).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $100,000 to the U. S. Office of Education for a "Prototype for the Development and Management of Instructional Objectives for the Underachiever" (Spring 1990).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $1,900,000 to the U. S. Office of Education for the establishment of a "Center for Assessment, Evaluation and Testing" at the University at Stony Brook (Spring 1990).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $63,812 to the Division of Family Services of the New York State Department of Social Services for "Project Intervention: A Home‑School Partnership Program for Children Who Have Been Prenatally Exposed to Drugs" (Fall 1990).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $35,336 to March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation for "Primary Prevention," to promote a better understanding and functioning of young children who have be pre-natally exposed to drugs (Fall 1991).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE), a grant proposal for $239,542 to the National Science Foundation for "Research Role Models for Women in Science" (Fall 1991).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE), a grant proposal for $159,788 to the National Science Foundation for "Young Scholar Biological Sciences Research Participation Program" (Fall 1991).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE), a grant proposal for $357,519 to the National Science Foundation for "Middle Level Education: Science Institute for Middle School and Junior High School Teachers" (Fall 1991).


$ Submitted, in collaboration with the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE), a grant proposal for $489,619 to the National Science Foundation for "Research Frontiers: Enriching Long Island's Science Curriculum" (Fall 1991).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE), a grant proposal for $99,661 to the U.S. Department of Education for "Early Science Teaching Experiences for Pre-Service Science Majors" (Fall 1992).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE), a grant proposal for $60,073 to the National Science Foundation for "Women in Science: Biotechnology Frontiers" (Fall 1992).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE), a grant proposal for $107,662 to the National Science Foundation for the "Young Scholar Biological and Marine Sciences Research Participation Program" (Fall 1992).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with the Linguistics Department and the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, a grant proposal for $548,118 to the U.S. Department of Education for "Mathematics and Science for Linguistically Rich Environments" (Fall 1992).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with BOCES II, to the New York State Archives & Records Administration, a grant proposal for $75,000 for "Learning Long Island History Through Historic Records," a program to support the educational use of local government records (Spring 1993).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $400,000 to the Presidential Commission on National and Community Service for a "Summer of Service" program (Spring 1993).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE), a grant proposal for $93,395 to the National Science Foundation for "Young Scholar Biological Sciences Research Participation Program" (Spring 1993).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $42,000 to the New York State Department of Education for a Dwight D. Eisenhower title IIA Higher Education Inservice Training Grant for "Math/Science Mentoring Program for PreService Teachers" (Spring 1993).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $253,000 to the Commission on National and Community Service for a "Summer of Service Youth Corps Program" (Spring 1993).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $77,000 to the New York State Department of Education for a Dwight D. Eisenhower Title IIA Higher Education Inservice Training Grant for "The Environment for Elementary Science Programs" (Fall 1993).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $217,676 to the U.S. Department of Education for a "Talent Search Project" in five Suffolk County school districts to provide information, support, and assistance to 750 low-income students to finish high school and enter post-secondary education (Fall 1993).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE), a grant proposal for $568,118 to the National Science Foundation for "Mathematics and Science for Linguistically Rich Environments" (Fall 1994).



$ Submitted, in collaboration with the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE), a grant proposal for $6,165,344 to the National Science Foundation for "Coordinated Science" (Spring 1994).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $1,200,000 to the United States Department of Education for School/College and University Partnerships Programs (Spring 1994).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE), a grant proposal for $100,048 to the National Science Foundation for "Butterflies and Moths Inside Out: A Saturday Science Program for Middle School Students" (Spring 1994).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $65,192 to the National Endowment for the Humanities for "Boethius and Benedict: The Sixth Century Watershed," a proposal for a summer 1995 seminar for teachers (Spring 1994).
$ Submitted a $50,000 renewal for the Dwight D. Eisenhower Title IIA project "The Environment for the Elementary Science Programs" from the New York State Education Department for a summer institute and academic year follow up (Spring 1994).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $48,000 to the National Science Foundation's Teacher Enhancement Program for a "Planning Grant for Local Systemic Change Through Teacher Enhancement" (Fall 1994).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with MSRC, the Bay Shore School District, Suffolk County Community College, Brookhaven National Lab, and BOCES, a grant proposal for 650,000 for five years to the National Science foundation for an Advanced Technological Grant for "Sciences of the Environment and Advanced Technologies Education Consortium (SEATEC)" (Spring 1995).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $100,000 to the National Science Foundation for a Model Projects for Women and Girls Grant for "Partnership for Empowering Girls" (Spring 1995).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with MSRC, the Stony Brook Community Fund, the Three Village School District, and the Brentwood Union Free School District, a pre-proposal for $500,000 for three years to the PEW Foundation for a grant to standardize environmental curriculum for grades K-3 (Spring 1995).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $69,000 to the National Endowment for the Humanities for "Boethius and St. Benedict and a Transition From the Ancient World," a proposal for a summer 1996 seminar for teachers (Spring 1995).
$ Submitted a three-year Upward Bound Grant proposal for $1,600,000 to the U. S. Department of Education (Spring 1995).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $97,000 to the Department of Energy for a APartnership for Empowering Girls@ (Spring 1995).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE), a grant proposal for $117,264 to the Annenberg/CPB Math and Science Project for AKnow What You See@ (Spring 1995).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with the Smithtown Central School District, a grant proposal for $23,000 to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting=s K-12 Internet Testbed grant program (Spring 1995).



$ Initiated the coordinated effort at Stony Brook for the submission of $1.8M grant proposal, in collaboration with the Brentwood School District, to the U.S. Department of Education for a Technology Challenge Grant (Spring 1995).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $92,383 to the Ronald McDonald Childrens== Charities for AKrocs Kids--Project B.E.Y.O.N.D.@ a joint effort between the University and the Brentwood School District to teach students entrepreneurial skills which will be integrated into their school program (Fall 1995).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $66,419 for a two-year grant to the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE) for Project PUSH (Putting to Use School Help). This pilot program, a partnership with the Brentwood School District, will attempt to revise the way teachers are trained and improve the utilization of the school year (Fall 1995).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for a three-year grant to the U.S. Dept. of Education=s Field-Initiated Studies Education Research Grant Program for a National Institute on the Education of At-Risk Students grant (Spring 1996).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with Marine Sciences Research Center (MSRC), the Bay Shore School District, Suffolk County Community College, Brookhaven National Lab, and BOCES, a grant proposal for $1,356,066 for five years to the National Science Foundation for an Advanced Technological Education Grant for ASciences of the Environment and Advanced Technology of Education Consortium (SEATEC)@ (Spring 1996).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $68,086 for a one-year grant to the National Endowment for the humanities for a Summer Institute for Teachers ABoethius and Benedict: the Transition from the Ancient World@ (Spring 1996).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for$228,065 for three years to the Comprehensive Program Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE) for ACommunity College/University Bridge Program in Teacher Education@ (Fall 1996).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $56,000 to the New York State Department of Education for a Dwight D. Eisenhower Title IIA Higher Education In-service Training Grant for the Atraining of Social Studies teachers to use computers and to work with at-risk students@ (Spring 1997).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE), a grant proposal for $97,385 to the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Research and Writing Grand Program in Peace and International Cooperation for APhysics and Astronomy in Iran: A Survey Monograph for International Scientific Exchange and Cooperation@ (Spring 1997).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $226,552 to the US Department of Education for a Talent Search grant whose goal is to identify qualified youths with potential for education at the postsecondary level and encourage them to complete secondary school and undertake a program of postsecondary education (Fall 1997).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE), a grant proposal for $89,091 to the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation for AChinese Strategic Culture and Its Effect on Arms Control and Security Negotiations@ (Spring 1998).
$ Submitted a grant proposal for $70,029 to the National Endowment for the Humanities for support of a Summer Seminar Institute for Teachers on Boethius and Benedict (Spring 1998).

$ Submitted a grant proposal for $922,346 for a three-year grant to the U.S. Dept. Of Education for a GEAR- UP Partnership grant (Spring 1999).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with several other units at Stony Brook, a grant proposal for a one-year grant for $342,360 to the US Department of Education for an ENLACE grant to provide an integrated approach to improving Hispanic/Latino graduation and retention rates at the secondary and higher education levels (Fall 1999).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with several other units at Stony Brook, a grant proposal for a five-year grant for $3,700,113 to the US Department of Education for a GEAR UP Partnership Grant. GEAR UP is a national effort to encourage more young people to have high expectations, stay in school and study hard, and go to college by supporting early college awareness and preparation activities and providing academic support for low-income students (Spring 2000).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with the Suffolk County Parks Department, a grant proposal for $500,000 to New York State=s Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act Funds. The funds would be used to construct an all purpose conference/interpretive/dinning facility at Peconic dunes, the site of Stony Brook=s environmental education summer camp, Camp Sea Wolf. This new facility would enhance the camp experience and expand Stony Brook=s ability to conduct innovative educational projects at the site for both students and teachers. (Summer 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with the School of Professional Development, a grant proposal for $90,000 for a Technology Institute for Teachers for Summer 2001. Teachers attending this Institute would bring back to their districts an expertise in hardware/software technology and would be able to offer this as a course of study to their students (Fall 2000).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with the School of Professional Development and the Western Suffolk Teacher Center, a grant proposal for $75,000 to the Long Island Leadership Center for the Stony Brook Leadership Academy, to train teachers to be school-wide and district-wide educational leaders (Fall 2000).
$ Submitted, in collaboration with the Brentwood School District, a grant proposal for $1,600,000 for a four-year Upward Bound grant designed to motivate, improve skills, and prepare seventy-five underachieving, low-income students for the realities of college by a sis-week summer residential component and an academic-year follow-up in the Brentwood schools and on the Stony Brook campus (Fall 2002).


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