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Grants Received

Grants at the University of Missouri

  • Xerox Corporation, Native People, Natural Land: Art of American Westward Expansion (2000) $20,000
  • U.S. Department of Education:  Urban Achievement Alliance (2000)    $462,500
  • Department of Economic Development, Missouri:Cyber Center (2001) $200,000
  • Department of Eduction:  Urban Educator Corps (2001) $540,000
  • Department of Education Asset Mapping for Urban Education (2003) $20,000
  • United Way, ELOA Early Learning Opportunities Act (2004)  $99,265
  • AT&T Electronic Portfolios (2005) $12,500
  • Gear Up Grant (2004-2011) (CO-PI) $16,000,000
Sub Total ——————————————————————– $17,354,265  

Grants at CSD

  • Cisco Corporation, Regional Network Training Centers (1999-2004)  $245,000
  • Banta Corporation, Content Management Services (1999) $41,000
  • PolyCom Corporation, Equipment for Two-way video (1999) $25,000
  • Southwestern Bell Corporation, New Links to New Learning (1999) $150,000
  • Southwestern Bell Corporation, Connect Schools to Two-way Video and Provide Staff Development (1998) $1,015,000
  • Southwestern Bell Corporation, Develop Website and
  • Provide Staff Development  $10,000
  • Southwestern Bell Corporation, Video Server (1998)  $160,000
  • U. S. Commerce Department 1996, co authored with UMSL & St. Louis Community College, Implemented the EdNet Engineer Study,  (1996)(CSD Portion) $121,000
  • Cable Commission, ITV education (1997) $15,000
  • DESE, Development of Show-Me-Video Website (1996) $25,000
  • Danforth Foundation, Educational Technology Staff Development (1994-1999) $221,000
Sub Total —————————————————————– $ 2,028,000  

Grants at RCET                                                                                                 

  • Danforth Foundation, Operation and Development of RCET (1984-1993)  $l,500,000
  • James S. McDonnell Foundation, Operation and Development of RCET (1984-1990) $384,000
  • United States District Court Grant to Plan Gateway Magnet High School: Science, Math & Technology Magnet School (St. Louis Public Schools, 1989) $15,000
  • Robb-Lee Foundation, Interactive Video Education $5,000
  • Productive Living Board, Technology for Disabled $48,000
  • Mercantile Bankshares Corp., Software Training $26,000
  • Community Foundation, Hypercard Development $4,500
  • DESE Video Grant, Development of Interactive Video $50,000
Sub Total —————————————————————— $2,032,500  

Grants at Incarnate Word College                                      

  • City of San Antonio, Improving Child Care in San Antonio (1978-81) $26,000
  • Texas Department of Human Resources, Child Care Provider Grant (1982) $33,000
Sub Total ——————————————————————— $59,000   Grants at the University of Massachusetts
  • National Science Foundation, Cooperative College School Science Program (1970-71) $42,000
Sub Total ———————————————————————- $42,000  

TOTAL: GRANTS RECEIVED

————————————– $5,515,765

  My work for UNESCO included writing grant proposals on behalf of the National Teacher Training College (NTTC).  I initiated the largest grant the NTTC ever received for curriculum materials ($2.5 million).  I have written numerous grants to the Federal Government, the State of Missouri, corporations, foundations and benefactors.

Location

Office Address:
University of Missouri—St. Louis College of Education E. Desmond Lee Technology and Learning Center
One University Blvd.
St. Louis MO 63121
(314) 516-4802
(314) 516-4812 (FAX)
E-mail: hoagland@umsl.edu