Conference Grant Program

Every academic year, three full-time faculty members who have actively participated in the Center’s activities are awarded funding to attend a technology-related professional conference of their choosing.

For more information or to apply for the Conference Grant Program, contact Yona Jean-Pierre.

Through the Conference Grant Program, the School of Engineering faculty have attended:

Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) National Conference & Trade Show in Chicago, IL

Attended by Larry Chiarelli, Civil and Urban Engineering
Annual Meeting of The American Society of Engineering Education in San Antonio, TX

Attended by Magued Iskander, Civil and Urban Engineering

5th Annual International Symposium for Emerging Technologies for Online Learning in Las Vegas, NV

Attended by Iskender Sahin, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

NYSARC 62nd Annual Convention, Advocacy in Action: Moving Forward in Albany, New York

Attended by Allan Goldstein, Technology, Culture and Society
2011 International Conference on Frontiers in Education: Computer Science and Computer Engineering in Las Vegas, NV

Attended by Ming Leung, Computer Science and Engineering

Aspen in New York's Business and Society Forum 2010: How Do You Measure Success? in New York, NY

Attended by David Lefer, Undergraduate Academics
American Association of Physics Teachers 2010 Summer Meeting in Portland, OR

Attended by John Di Bartolo, Physics

Intro to Groundwater Modeling using ESI Groundwater Vistas Software Webinar - 2010

Attended by Anne Dudek Ronan, Civil and Urban Engineering
Turning Technologies Higher Education User Conference 2010 in Cambridge, MA

Attended by Lindsey Van Wagenen, Mathematics and Luciano Medina, Mathematics

Clickers: Keys to Transforming Classrooms & Engaging College Students Online Conference, hosted by University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Attended by 12 faculty members.
Summit At Stanford 2009: Meet the New Captains of Innovation in Palo Alto, CA

Attended by David Lefer, Undergraduate Academics

More information about past grant recipients can be found on the FITL Blog.

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