Grants

* Denotes graduate student co-author

** Denotes undergraduate student co-author

^ Denotes community partner co-author

Marciano, J.E. (2023). Leveraging Local Knowledge and Decolonial Frameworks to TransformHigher Education Contexts in the U.S. and South Africa. Submitted to the United States Embassy University Partnership Initiative (UPI) Impact-Oriented Travel Grant. Budget: $5,000. Status: Funded.

Marciano, J. (2021). The MCAN participatory college planning course curriculum project. Submitted to the Michigan College Access Network. Budget: $13,860. Status: Funded.

Marciano, J. (2021). Professional development pilot for the ENGAGE professional learning program. Submitted to the Michigan State University College of Education Seed Grant competition. Budget: $5,560. Status: Funded.

Marciano, J., Beymer, A.,* Johnson, L.*, Lee, J.S.* & Peralta, L.M.* (2021). “Spread[ing] awareness” of racial justice through community-based Youth Participatory Action Research. Submitted to the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Division G Small Grants Program. Budget: $4,984. Status: Funded.

Marciano, J., Beymer, A.,* Peralta, L.M.* & Lee, J.S.* (2021). “Are we gonna make a difference?”: Taking action toward change with youth through community-based participatory action research. Submitted to the Engagement Scholarship Consortium. Budget: $4,997. Status: Funded.

Watson, V., Vandeyar, S., & Marciano, J.  (2021). Leveraging Local Knowledge and Decolonial Frameworks to Transform Higher Education Contexts in the U.S. and South Africa. Alliance for African Partnership Transforming Institutions Strategic Grant Program. Budget: $20,000. Status: Funded.

Marciano, J. (2020). The Youth Voices Project. Michigan State University College of Education Small Grant Program. Budget: $4,965. Status: Funded.

Marciano, J., Johnson, L.* & Beymer, A.* (2020). “We didn’t really know what we could do”: Supporting youth’s attempts to raise awareness of the Black Lives Matter movement during COVID-19. Submitted to the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Education Research Service Project (ERSP) Initiative. Budget: $5,000. Status: Funded.

Marciano, J., Lee, J.S.* & Peralta, L.M.* (2020). Examining and addressing educational disparities experienced by marginalized youth during COVID-19 through culturally responsive-sustaining YPAR. Submitted to the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Division K Re-envisioning Teaching and Teacher Education in the Shadow of the COVID-19 Pandemic (RTTE) small grants program. Budget: $7,488. Status: Funded.

Marciano, J., Peralta, L. M.* & Holloway, L.^ (2020). The Social Distance Impact. Michigan College Access Network COVID-19 Response Grant. Budget: $9,670. Status: Funded.

Marciano, J. & VanDerHeide, J. (2019). Literacy Lab. Michigan State University College of Education Office of Student Affairs: Undergraduate Research Funding. Budget: $2,500. Status: Funded

Warren, C. & Marciano, J. (2016). The Central City Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR) Project. W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Budget: $50,000. Status: Funded.

Marciano, J. (2013). Dean’s Grant for Student Research. Teachers College, Columbia University. Budget: $2,000. Status: Funded.

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