The main role is to aid in the design of the research or “knowledge generation” portion of the proposal. The researcher is responsible for designing and conducting a study examining a specific research questions. The researcher will work in collaboration with the leadership team (Tamara Hamilton, PI, main contact), taking into account the demographic make-up and number of our STEM major students, and resources available to us in terms of faculty time and training, to design a study that will advance understanding about the factors and/or activities associated with retention, student success, transfer, academic/career pathways, and degree attainment for STEM major students with demonstrated financial need attending institutions like Barry University. Specific responsibilities of researcher co-PI during award period (2/1/2020-1/31/2025): - Remote meetings with the leadership team at least once per semester. - Review documents to be submitted for IRB approval - Advise/aid in Barry faculty training to implement interventions and collect data - Analyze/interpret data and prepare for publication/dissemination as appropriate - Research portion of annual and final reports to NSF The researcher will travel to Barry’s campus to meet with the study team periodically and to help conduct training workshops.
|Effective start/end date||2/1/20 → 1/31/25|
- Barry University (NSF-1930076 ESS-Sub 1//DUE-1930076)
- National Science Foundation (NSF-1930076 ESS-Sub 1//DUE-1930076)
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