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Anna has a history of promoting and increasing enrollment in the programs she manages, as well as developing collaborative relationships with corporate and community members.
Anna has provided successful direction to federally funded programs within the higher education field.
We were a subgrantee on a Title V (or Title III) program. However, the Title V grant must “be focused on (a) recruiting and retaining students in STEM, (b) updating and streamlining STEM courses and degree/certification attainment and/or (c) expanding federal funding competitiveness. Are there any matching requirements, and what can the participating schools expect in the way of financial support?
Budget conditions of the application do not include any matching requirements.
This process begins immediately with this Kick Starter application that includes NSF principles to guide and support applicants on their paths to developing sustainable approaches grounded in STEM plans aligned to the college strategy.
She provided Biomechanical Engineering support for the research, development, design, testing and regulation of a variety of safety systems including aircraft air bags, aircraft seating and restraint systems, body and vehicle armor, head and neck protection systems, and rehabilitation products. Grierson co-wrote “Sports Materials”, a set of activities, design projects and educational support materials that introduced Materials Science and Engineering concepts to middle and high school students nationwide. Grierson also brought over a dozen hands-on STEM-related projects and experiments that she designed to elementary school classrooms.
Anna Tanguma-Gallegos, MS Program Officer, Community College STEM Pathways Anna Tanguma-Gallegos brings 10 years of STEM strategic planning and program management experience in higher education environments and initiatives.
Grierson helped to double or even triple enrollment of Engineering transfer students from grant Community Colleges to ASU. Grierson led mentoring, tutoring, and other student engagement programs that tripled the use of an on-campus student center.
Students in the program had a 95 % graduation rate and continued to full time graduate school at a rate of over 50%. Grierson was also a guest lecturer for Academic Success and Professional Development and Transfer Success courses. Grierson served as a part time business development and program management consultant.
(now BAE Systems), and other local defense contractors. Van Ingen-Dunn has an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University and a BSE in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Iowa.