2020 Catalyst Research Symposium

Hear research presentations from faculty and staff who were awarded Catalyst Grants for 2019-2020 during this 2020 Catalyst Research Symposium. The purpose of the Catalyst Grant program is to increase research collaborations between faculty and staff at the Friday Institute and the NC State College of Education. A primary objective of this program is to “seed” collaborative research that will lead to further research and support from external granting agencies.

RSVP to Marjorie Santoro at msantor@ncsu.edu.

Catalyst Projects and Researchers:

Multimodal AI Literacy: Supporting the Learning of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Through Multimodal Narrative Creation- Shiyan Jiang, Ph.D., and Bita Akram (Friday Institute)

Digital Durham Program Evaluation: Working Towards a Strategic Plan- Erin Huggins (Friday Institute) and Laura B. Fogle

Foundations of Media Literacy MOOC-Ed: Providing Professional Learning in the Era of Fake News and Mis-information- Megan Manfra, Ph.D., and Alex Dreier (Friday Institute)

Refining Survey Tools’ Content, Theory and Presentation- Mark Samberg, Ed.D., (Friday Institute) and Paul Umbach, Ph.D.

A Sense of Awe: A Tool for Enhancing Science Instruction- Gail Jones, Ph.D., (Friday Institute), Sarah Carrier, Ph.D., Cesar Delgado, Ph.D., LaTricia Townsend, Ed.D., and Jill Grifenhagen, Ph.D.

Amplifying Youth Voices in University-Community Partnerships: Write. Engage. Lead.- Crystal Lee, Ed.D., and Jose Picart, Ph.D. (Friday Institute)

Catalyst Grant Winners and Presenters

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