Awarded Grants

Awarded Grants

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March, 2017

University of Cincinnati

Ohio

$50,000

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University of Cincinnati

$50,000

A $50,000 research grant was awarded to Amy Farley, Assistant Professor of Education Policy in Educational Leadership, to study and better understand the various factors, student characteristics, and programmatic interventions that contribute to positive outcomes for law students.

March, 2017

Seton Hall University

New Jersey

$32,322

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Seton Hall University

$32,322

A $32,322 research grant was awarded to Robert Kelchen, Assistant Professor of Higher Education, to examine whether professional programs raised tuition prices at higher rates following the 2006 creation of the Grad PLUS program and the 2007 expansion of income-driven repayment programs.

March, 2017

University of Northern Colorado

Colorado

$49,423

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University of Northern Colorado

$49,423

A $49,423 research grant was awarded to Amy Li, Assistant Professor of Higher Education, to examine the relationship between law school costs and attendance rates.

March, 2017

Council of Graduate Schools

District of Columbia

$49,851

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Council of Graduate Schools

$49,851

A $49,851 research grant was awarded to Hironao Okahana, Higher Education Researcher, to examine access to graduate and professional education, factors that are associated with attrition, and the effects that departure without earning a degree has on the future economic prospects of students.

March, 2017

American University

District of Columbia

$50,000

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American University

$50,000

A $50,000 research grant was awarded to Erdal Tekin, Professor with the Department of Public Administration and Policy, to explore whether exposure to adjunct (part-time) law school instructors affects students’ success.

March, 2017

University of Wisconsin

Wisconsin

$49,999

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University of Wisconsin

$49,999

A $49,999 research grant was awarded to Xeuli Wang, expert on Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis, to explore whether community college attendance plays a role in baccalaureate recipients’ access to graduate and professional education.

March, 2017

New York University

New York

$49,862

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New York University

$49,862

A $49,862 research grant was awarded to Gregory Wolniak, Director of the Center for Research on Higher Education Outcomes, to examine access and completion disparities in graduate education among students of different gender and racial/ethnic identities.

Diversity Pipeline Grant Program

December, 2016

University of Hawai’i William S. Richardson School of Law

Hawaii

$119,739

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University of Hawai’i William S. Richardson School of Law

$119,739

The University of Hawai’i William S. Richardson School of Law received a grant to support the Ulu Lehua Scholars Program.  The Ulu Lehua Scholars Program supports a cohort of incoming J.D. students from diverse backgrounds who have overcome adversity and who show a commitment to work with underserved communities. Student participants receive financial, academic, and moral support throughout their law school careers. Grant funding will be used to expand recruitment efforts to rural communities in Hawaii and the Pacific, bolster academic support for participants through student tutors, provide financial and academic assistance in preparation for the bar exam, and conduct a comprehensive program assessment.

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November, 2016

American Bar Foundation

Illinois

$320,100

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American Bar Foundation

$320,100

The American Bar Foundation received a grant for the Emerging and Visiting Scholars Fellowship Program in Legal and Higher Education project. Doctoral fellows and visiting scholars will have access to an interdisciplinary scholarly community and benefit from mentoring provided by the ABF’s research faculty. This professional network of scholars will produce innovative, objective, empirical, and interdisciplinary research in legal and higher education.

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Diversity Pipeline Grant Program

October, 2016

American Bar Association Fund for Justice and Education

Illinois

$125,000

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American Bar Association Fund for Justice and Education

$125,000

The Evaluation of Key ABA Pipeline Programs project intends to measure the effectiveness of three ABA Fund for Justice and Education pipeline programs – the Legal Opportunity Scholarship Fund, the Judicial Clerkship Program and the Judicial Internship Opportunity Program. Grant funding will support the evaluation of programs by an independent evaluation consultant to help ABA understand what programs or combination of programs offer the best intervention(s) to improve access to legal education. 

To read more, please visit http://www.americanbar.org/groups/departments_offices/fund_justice_education.htm...

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