Month Archive:

December 2021

Foundation News & Events

We are pleased to announce the finalists for the William T. Grant Scholars Program class of 2027. Eleven early-career researchers were selected from a pool of applicants after a rigorous review by our staff and Selection Committee. Fabienne Doucet, the program officer overseeing the program, said, “At such an unsettling time in the world, it […]

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Foundation News & Events

“Measuring Race and Racism in Studies of Research Use” is the fourth webinar in a series focused on bringing critical race perspectives to research that examines how to improve the use of research evidence in policy and practice. Past sessions have addressed the ways race matters for how research is used, what research is used, […]

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Foundation News & Events

Science has the potential to improve important outcomes for youth. But if the science generated isn’t used, we are failing to achieve our goal. In this webinar, Senior Program Officer Lauren Supplee and special guest Arthur Lupia of the National Science Foundation discuss our organizations’ shared interest in supporting studies of how to improve the […]

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