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Announcing the Recipients of the Fall 2017 Foundation Mini-Grants
In January 2018, the BC Foundation awarded $20,000 in Mini-Grants to a number of BC’s faculty, staff and administrators for a wide range of projects.
GIMBAL STABILIZERS FOR UPPER LEVEL VIDEO PRODUCTION CLASSES
David Bruckner (Digital Media Arts)
MATH CHALLENGE PROBLEM CONTEST
Ricardo Chavez (Mathematics)
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING SUMMER CAMP FOR GIRLS
Carl Freeberg (Institute of Business & Information Technology)
MATH LAB ONLINE TUTORING & WORKSHOPS
Bart Guyton (Math Lab, Science Division)
INFLUENTIAL WOMEN OF WA STATE (TV SERIES)
Kakela Hall & Rick Otte (Digital Media Arts & Digital Media Services)
TEACHING TOOLS: BUILDING CUSTOM LIGHT BOARDS
Gordon Hom (Library Media Center/eLearning)
LAW & ETHICS FOR COUNSELORS IN A COLLEGE SETTING
Alana Jaeck & Steven Martel (Counseling Center)
EXPERIENCE CORAL: CORAL-ON-A-CHIP
Nancy Lane (Science/Earth & Space & Life Science)
USING PERSONAL GENOMES TO ENGAGE UNDERREPRESENTED STUDENTS IN BIOLOGY
Kim Pollock & Jason Fuller (Cultural & Ethnic Studies & Life Sciences)
WHY NOT YOU? EMPOWERMENT CONFERENCE
Christina Sciabarra (Women’s Center)
ADVANCED OPTICS LABORATORY
Kevin Wheelock (Physics)
Please join us in congratulating all of the recipients!
Last Updated November 1, 2018