Grantee is a University Department

Physics Tinkering Studio

Funds were provided to support the development of the Tinkering Studio, a space provided for students to develop skills to apply in research labs, learn machining and how to use research equipment.

TAO Connect - Online Tools for Behavioral Health

Funds were granted to purchase software licensing of TAO Connect, an platform that provides education and skill development to support students’ mental health.

Search by Major Requirements on Class Schedule

Funds were provided to add a major requirements filter on Class Schedule to assist students in course planning while also aiding advisors in their work.

Industrial Robots for Student Applications

Funds were granted to purchased mobile robot arms that are instrumental in teaching students the foundations of robotics.

Stata for Public Policy

Fund was granted to purchase 200 perpetual Stata licenses for students in the Master of Public Policy program. Licenses will be used for at least 6 cohorts of students (700 students).

Drug Discovery Makerspace

The Makerspace enables students to get hands-on training in “bench to bedside” translational science to develop novel therapies and diagnostics. Funding was provided support tech infrastructure for student training.

Student Helpdesk and Technology Resource Promotion

This project will ensure that students can obtain the assistance they need to use and troubleshoot their hardware and software; and find technology tools and jobs that will enhance their student experience.

Human Rights Investigations Lab

Fund was granted to support an initiative on training students to conduct real-world open source investigations of human rights, disinformation, and hate speech.

Accessible Design Learning

Funds were used to support the continuation of the Accessible Design Learning program. The program offers low-income and underrepresented minority students access to free art classes.

LinkedIn Learning: Online video tutorials

Lynda.com offers educational online videos on web, business, design and etc. STF provided fundings to continue Lynda.com subscription for all graduate and undergraduate students.