Students First Grants
Students First Grants advance Farmingdale State College as a learner-centered institution by providing support that enhances classroom teaching, applied learning, co-curricular activities, and assessment.
This is a competitive internal peer-reviewed grants program beginning in 2011 with support from a Title III “Strengthening Institutions” Grant awarded to Farmingdale State College by the U.S. Department of Education. This successful and important program now continues with support from the Provost's Office.
Apply for a 2019 Students First Campus Grant, click here for grant announcement
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, February 15, 2019
Previous Winners of Students First Grants .....click below to see what they have done with their awards!
- 28 faculty and staff were awarded 19 grants in 2017.
- 15 faculty and staff were awarded 12 grants in 2016.
- 18 faculty and staff were awarded 13 grants in 2015.
- 18 faculty and staff were awarded 14 grants in 2014.
- 14 faculty and staff were awarded 11 grants in 2013.
- 16 faculty and staff were awarded 13 grants in 2012.
- 16 faculty and staff were awarded 13 grants in 2011.
Publications by Students First Grant Winners
- Learning by Doing: CSI Comes Alive By David S. Byrne, Ph.D.
- Peer Tutoring Program for Academic Success of Returning Nursing Students By Jennifer Bryer.
- Writing and Designing Your Future: A Learning Community that Combines English Composition with Art and Graphic Design By George Fernandez, Laurie Rozakis.
- Teaching First-Year Architecture Students Sustainable Construction Technology through Active Problem-Based Learning and a Field Trip to a Sustainable Building By Orla LoPiccolo.
- Testing Jigsaw Learning Against a Traditional Lecture (page 455 - page 463) By Orla LoPiccolo.
- Using Robotics to Improve Retention and Increase Engagement in an Undergraduate Freshman Programming Logic and Design Course By Marie Pullan.
- A Foundations for Growth: A Learning Community Pairing (EGL 101 - Composition: Rhetoric and BUS 109 - Management Theories & Practices) By Sarbijt "Sab" Singh, Anthony Sovak, Ann Shapiro.
- A Dynamic Social Feedback System to Support Learning and Social Interaction in Higher Education By Brian Thoms.
- Teaching Shakespeare - HENRY GOES TO HIGH SCHOOL (page 13-16) By Howard Gold.
- Improving Intercultural Competence in the Classroom: A Reflective Development Model By Jing Betty Feng.