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ODU Receives $355,000 in Grants to Benefit Education, Mathematics Programs

Ohio Dominican University has been awarded more than $355,000 in grants by the Ohio Department of Higher Education and Ohio Deans Compact on Exceptional Children to benefit its Education and Mathematics programs and offerings.

Sep 26, 2017

Ohio Dominican University has been awarded more than $355,000 in grants by the Ohio Department of Higher Education and Ohio Deans Compact on Exceptional Children to benefit its Education and Mathematics programs and offerings. The grants include:

Ohio Department of Higher Education’s Innovation Grant Program
The $56,000 grant will allow ODU associate professor of Mathematics Anna Davis, Ph.D. to partner with North Central State College and The Ohio State University to develop open educational resources to increase the accessibility of high-quality coursework materials and decrease costs for students. Materials developed by Ohio Dominican will be used to support upper-level, one-room schoolhouse mathematics courses.

Ohio Deans Compact on Exceptional Children
This $224,558 grant will allow ODU associate professors of Education Kristall Day, Ph.D. and Marlissa Stauffer, Ph.D. to blend the University’s Intervention Specialist – Mild to Moderate preparation program with Integrated Mathematics (grades 7-12) and Arts Education (PreK-12) to create two new dual licensure options for ODU students. Joining them to design the programs are Ronald Zielke, associate professor of Mathematics, and Janette Knowles, associate professor of Art at ODU.

Ohio Deans Compact on Exceptional Children
This project is an extension of a previously funded grant that created a dual license option for Middle Childhood Education and Intervention Specialist. The $74,964 grant will allow ODU associate professor of Education Katelyn Fishley, Ph.D. and professor of Education Virginia McCormack, Ed.D. to implement the program in Pickerington and South-Western Local School Districts.

Learn more about Ohio Dominican University’s Education certificates and bachelor’s and master’s programs at ohiodominican.edu/Education.