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Current Grant-funded Projects

USWDP: Kabul University/Herat University - US Counseling Degree Partnership

This proiect is funded by the FHI 360, in cooperation with the United States Agency for International Development Mission in Afghanistan ($2,126,572.30). 

Past Grant-funded Project

Using Case Studies for Problem Solving with Computer Programming

This is a New York State Education Department (NYSED)-funded project ($13,400) Perkins Major Effort Component that will develop case studies with faculty and students. It will implement and assess the incorporation of narrative elements in all sections of a first semester introductory course that deals with problem solving in computer programming. The goal is to improve students’ skills using sequencing, selection, and repetition structures in computer programming.

The City Tech I-Cubed (Innovation through Institutional Integration) Incubator: Interdisciplinary Partnerships for Laboratory Integration

National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded project ($1,102,068): The City Tech I-Cubed (Innovation through Institutional Integration) Incubator: Interdisciplinary Partnerships for Laboratory Integration, September 2012-August 31, 2014: Co-PI on a program that challenges faculty, administrators, and project partners to think strategically about creative integration to provide students with an interdisciplinary, cross-curriculum, technology-current approach to laboratory science. Focus on increasing and broadening participating in STEM, particularly for underrepresented groups by developing innovative, interdisciplinary lab content, pedagogy, and technology, including the use of case studies.

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Creating and Sustaining Diversity in the Geo-Sciences among Students and Teachers in the Urban and Coastal Environment of New York City

National Science Foundation-funded project ($186,194): Creating and Sustaining Diversity in the Geo-Sciences among Students and Teachers in the Urban and Coastal Environment of New York City, September 1, 2011-July 31, 2013: Oversaw virtual module development team designing and programming geoscience simulations for public middle and high school earth science curricula.

Navigation by Mentoring and Leadership (NML)

ENSOR-Mathematics Association of America (MAA) Women and Mathematics-funded project (up to $12,000): Navigation by Mentoring and Leadership (NML), Spring 2012-Spring 2013 ($12,000), Spring 2012-2011 ($11,970), and Spring 2009-Spring 2010 ($7,900): Co-Project Director focused on promoting a viable community for female Applied Mathematics students and others with demonstrated commitment to eradicating gender disparities in order to support them in all stages of the pathway through their studies; increasing the network of female workshop leaders and others with demonstrated commitment to eradicating gender disparities; and disseminating the NML project by having a team of students, workshop leaders, and faculty present at the institution, and national and local conferences. 

Academic Inventory Module for Scueess (AIM for Success)

CUE Innovative Program-funded project ($59,000): Academic Inventory Module for Success (AIM for Success), July 2009-June 2010: Co-PI on a program focused on improving undergraduate education by connecting collaborative learning and self-regulation to peer assessment for students in first-year courses. Piloted a Drupal-based learning management system for City Tech (www.citytechpalace.org) that integrates social networking applications, student groups, forums, and student learning profiles. Students facilitate and sustain an academic community, including learning spaces for projects such as Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) and Academic Counseling Expert (ACE) online peer-review program.

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Dr. Reneta D. Lansiquot [rlansiquot@citytech.cuny.edu | contact@reneta.com]
Professor and Founding Program Director, Bachelor of Science in Professional and Technical Writing
New York City College of Technology (City Tech) of The City University of New York (CUNY)