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Alfred P. Sloan High School and Beyond: Human Capital over the Life Cycle as a Foundation for Working Longer
Grant number 2012-10-27
Principal Investigator: Chandra Muller; Co-Prinicipal Investigators: Sandra E. Black (University of Texas at Austin), Eric Grodsky (University of Wisconsin), and John Robert Warren (University of Minnesota)
2013-2018

 

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National Science Foundation STEM Education Effects on a Diverse Workforce’s Development over the Life Cycle
Grant number HRD 1348527 – Principal Investigator: Chandra Muller, (University of Texas at Austin)
Grant number HRD 1348557 – Principal Investigator: John Robert Warren (University of Minnesota)
2014-2018

National Science Foundation –  STEM Education and Workforce Participation over the Life Cycle: The Intersection of Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Disability Status
Grant number DRL 1420691 – Principal Investigator: Chandra Muller (University of Texas at Austin)
Grant number DRL 1420330 – Principal Investigator: Eric Grodsky (University of Wisconsin)
Grant number DRL 1420572 – Principal Investigator: John Robert Warren (University of Minnesota)
2014-2018

 

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Institute of Education Sciences (IES) – High School and Beyond Fifth Follow-up Study
Grant number R305U140001
Principal Investigator: Chandra Muller (University of Texas at Austin)
2014

 

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Spencer Foundation – Feasibility Study for Development of Civic Engagement from Adolescence to Midlife
Grant number 201500075 – Principal Investigator: Chandra Muller
2014-2017

Spencer Foundation Bringing High School & Beyond Data into the Census Research Data Center
Grant number 20160116 – Principal Investigator: John Robert Warren
2016

 

This material is based upon work supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation under grant number 2012-10-27; the National Science Foundation under grants numbers HRD 1348527, HRD1348557, DRL 1420691, DRL 1420572, and DRL 1420330; the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) under grant number R305U140001; and the Spencer Foundation under grant numbers 201500075 and 20160116.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation or any of our other funders

 

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