Grants to support student research, teacher training at Hope College

HOLLAND — A collection of grants from the Michigan Space Grant Consortium will support student and faculty research at Hope College and provide STEM support for area school districts.

Hope College received $84,000 to support 15 projects in this grant cycle. The grants include 11 student research fellowships, two seed grants for faculty research and two grants focused on STEM program support.

Hope will provide additional support, including stipends for students as they conduct research during the summer, and matching funds for the faculty and institutional projects.

Susan Ipri Brown, director of ExploreHope Academic Outreach and assistant professor of engineering, received two program support grants which will be used to support STEM initiatives.

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