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Amount: $2500
Stanford PACS

Digital Impact Grants fund research and innovation to strengthen the safe, ethical, and effective use of digital resources in civil society. The program awards grants for two types of projects: scholarly research and sector advancement. In this spirit, the center offers a number of small grants each quarter to support student research in related areas. These grants typically support honors theses, masters’ students’ capstone projects, and doctoral student research. In addition to the university also invite the university small grants recipients to engage with the broader Stanford PACS community and learn from established scholars, practitioners and leaders of social change. Stanford PACS small grants typically support honors theses, masters’ students’ capstone projects, and doctoral student research.

KL2, CT2 Research Scholars Career Development Awards

Availability of second year funding is contingent upon successful competitive renewal of the CTSA grant. During the award period, Scholars are expected to pursue their own K23 or similar individual career development awards, or R01 grants. Dr. Hooper’s research training includes a Masters Degree in clinical and translational research from the University of Cincinnati, in addition to advanced training in quality improvement methodology through the Quality Scholars in Healthcare Transformation program at CCHMC.

PhD in Educational Studies Program

Evidence of high levels of competence in written and oral expression in English, such as examples of previous research reports, a masters thesis, or funded grants.