Ventures



The Ventures program is designed to fund projects that stand out because they are particularly novel, creative, or urgent. The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) has funded the following education-focused Ventures:
Project Title Year Funded Principal Investigator
Data to Motivate Synthesis 2014 Kristal Jones, SESYNC, Jonathan Kramer, SESYNC, Jim Boyd, SESYNC, Nick Magliocca, University of Alabama, Kelly Hondula, SESYNC
State Policies to Transform Undergraduate STEM Education 2012 Catherine Middlecamp, University of Wisconsin, Melvin George, University of Missouri, Judith Ramaley, Portland State University
Socio-Environmental Synthesis Teaching Study 2012 Alan Berkowitz, Cary Institute for Ecosystem Science, John Bishop, Washington State University–Vancouver, Mintesinot Jiru, Coppin State University, Caroline Solomon, Gallaudet University