NACADA Academic Advising Research Support Grant
Due: March 15, 2011
NACADA research support is intended to facilitate research related to academic advising. Successful proposals will clearly describe the development, implementation, and reporting of rigorous inquiry in one of the following areas:
- the evaluation or analysis of advising practices, models or systems, specifically, comparisons of advising models, testing effectiveness of two competing models or practice;
- qualitative or quantitative research on critical issues, including: advising special populations, impact of technology on advising, support, reward and recognition of advising, developmental themes in advising, impact on retention, faculty role in advising and organizational structures of advising;
- development, evaluation or analysis of advising-based theory from philosophical/theoretical or other disciplinary perspectives
Within these advising areas, the Research Committee has identified a research agenda of critical areas for research. Potential researcher should note this agenda. Researchers may also be interested in a list of research topics previously awarded NACADA grants as well as a sample grant evaluation checklist used by previous selection committees.
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