Many of the curriculum materials, publications, and research ideas described on this site were developed with support from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
- NSF Noyce program Phase II (#1540794). Balgopal, M.M. (PI), coPIs: Nerger, J., Siller, T., Kennedy, P., Weinberg, A., & Sample McMeeking, L.B. "Empowering scholars and STEM teachers" (2016-2020).
- NSF Noyce program, Track 4, Sub-award with Florida State University. Balgopal, M.M. (PI) "Following Noyce Scholars into the Field" (2017-2020).
- NSF Transforming Undergraduate Education in STEM (#1244889). Balgopal, M.M. (PI), coPIs: Laybourn, P.J., Brisch, E., Wallace, A.M. & Dahlberg, S. “Increasing undergraduate cell biology literacy through writing-to-learn activities administered through Online educational platforms” (2013-2016).
- NSF Research Initiation Grant in Engineering Education (# 1137023). Atadero, R. (PI), coPIs: Balgopal, M.M., Fontane, D., & Rambo-Hernandez, K. "RIGEE: Problem/ Project-based learning in statics: A stepping stone to engineering education research" (2011-2014).
- NSF Course Curriculum Laboratory Improvement (#0930978). Balgopal, M.M. (PI), coPIs: Wallace, A.M. & Dalhberg, S. “Dilemmas and decisions: Using guided writing to increase ecological literacy in undergraduate biology students” (2008-2011).
Some of curriculum materials, publications, and research ideas described on this site were developed with support from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
- USDA AFRI Prevention of Childhood Obesity. Cunningham-Sabo, L. (PD), co-PD: Loshse, B.; Co-Investigators: Baker, S., Balgopal, M.M., Bellows, L., Browning, R., Kelly, K., Nigg, C., and Wdowik, M. “Cooking with Kids 2.0: Plus Parents and Play” (2012-2016).
- USDA HEC. Marshall, S. (PI), CoPIs: Fernandez-Gimenez, M., Balgopal, M.M., Hild, A.L., Hickman, K., & Kinzie, J. “Building a Better Capstone in Natural Resource Education” (2014-2015)
- USDA HEC program. Francesca Cotrufo (PI), Co-PIs: Balgopal, M.M., Conant, R., Keske Hoag, C., Ogle, S., & Paustian, K. “Soil Science, Land Use, and Climate Change: Designing a new undergraduate interdisciplinary concentration.” (2012-2015).
Some of the curriculum materials, publications, and research ideas described on this site were developed with support from the Colorado Department of Education (CDE).
- CDE. Sebald, A. (PI) & Balgopal, M.M. (coPI) “Math Science Partnership with Poudre School District.” (2017-2018).
- CDE. Stevenson, C. (PI), CoPIs: Cooner, D., Weinberg, A., and Balgopal, M.M. “Expanding Literacy Strategies for Teacher Effectiveness” (2014-2016).
- CDE. Cunningham-Sabo, L. (PI) & Balgopal, M.M. "Assessing the needs of Colorado nutrition health educators" (2012-2013).
Some of the curriculum materials, publications, and research ideas described on this site were developed with support from various units within Colorado State University.
- Graduate School Mentoring Mini-Grant. Balgopal, M.M., Webb, C., & Neuwald, J. “Research Mentoring to Advance Inclusivity in STEM (RMAIS).” (2019, 2018).
- College of Natural Science Mini-Grant. Balgopal, M.M. “Examining how land managers make decisions about controlling invasive Russian Knapweed.” (2019).
- SOGES Global Challenge Research Team Grant. Anderson, A., Sivakumar, G., Champ, J., Balgopal, M.M., Thilmany, D., Carter, E., & Bellows, L. “Scaling Up CSU’s Center for Science Communication: Enhancing interdisciplinarity to communicate about science and sustainability.” (2018-2019).
- Women and Gender Collaborative Grant Program. “Research Mentoring to Advance Intersectionality in STEM (RMAIS)” Webb, C.T., Balgopal, M.M., and Neuwald, J. (2017-2018).
- Pre-Catalyst for Innovative Partnerships (PRECIP), Office of Vice President for Research. Fischer, E.V., Balgopal, M.M., Sample McMeeking, L.B., & Bloodhart, B. “Dare to know and commit to change: Addressing gender equity in the classroom.” (2016-2017).
- College of Engineering Mini-Grant. Atadero, R. Balgopal, M.M. and James, S. “Investigation of reflective writing as a tool to promote diversity appreciation of diversity in engineering students.” (2014-2015).