NSF grant awarded

Dr. James Huff, assistant professor of engineering and director of engineering assessment, and Dr. Jeremiah Sullins, associate professor of behavioral sciences, collaborated on a project titled “Inclusion, Exclusion and Socialization in Engineering Programs — Investigating Key Affective Socio-psychological Mechanisms in Professional Formation,” that has been awarded nearly $500,000 by the National Science Foundation. This is a three-year collaborative project between the University of Georgia and Harding. With the contributions of Sullins and colleagues at UGA and the supportive work of the Beyond Professional Identity research group, Huff will serve as the lead investigator for the program of research activity associated with this grant.

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