BC Foundation Mini-Grants

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BC Foundation Mini-Grants are open to faculty, staff, and administrators and are given to support ongoing projects, one-time projects and new programs that may not be eligible for support through other college funding sources. Preference is given to projects that are consistent with the college’s strategic plan as well as the President’s and Foundation’s priorities and goals. The program is funded by donors to the BC Foundation, including many BC faculty and staff.


Announcing the Recipients of the
2019-2020 Foundation Mini-Grants

In December 2019, 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.

ACTION RESEARCH INQUIRY ON THE EFFICACY OF MOZI AS A WRITING INTERVENTION
Jeremiah Allen (English)

STUDIO Q EXPANSION: CREATING A MEDIA SPACE FOR COLLEGE COMMUNITY
Ron Austin (eLearning)

ACCESSIBILITY EQUIPMENT FOR EVERYDAY CLASS & PRESENTATIONS
Sheena Davis (Occupational & Life Skills)

GPS PLAYER TRACKING (PLAYERTEK)
Eduardo Millan (Athletics)

THE EFFECT OF RISING WATER TEMPERATURES ON SALMON MICROBIOME
Reza Forough (English)

POST-GRADUATION SUPPORT TRAINING PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS WITH BARRIERS TO EMPLOYMENT
Pilar Lopez (Workforce Development)

ASC ADVANCED COMPUTER FOR TUTORING
Jonathan Molinaro (Academic Success Center)

VIDEO PRODUCTION FOR GUIDED PATHWAYS
Anastasia Whitaker (Center for High School Programs)

Please join us in congratulating all the recipients!

Last Updated April 21, 2020