Federal HEA Title VI
Hired in 1988 to return Yale to the winners circle for Title VI National Resource Center and Foreign Language and Area Studies grants, Yale won 4 to 5 out of 5applications in six competitions, most recently securing $2.3M/year. In the last competition, re-structured outreach staff from six to one person and ensured that overhead claims more closely matched receipts. Organized staff to collaborate and streamline data collection with multiple units across campus and share best practices for proposal writing and reporting. Ensured full competitive points with the first outcome-based assessment system in collaboration with of the Office of Institutional Research and outside advice. Worked with staff and faculty to absorb 47% cut in year two while maintaining outreach and assessment as cross-council activities. Beyond T6, serve as PI for federal grant to New Haven Public Schools to teach Arabic and Chinese as the partner for evaluation and extracurricular work. Work with Federal Relations staff to inform the Connecticut delegation and other federal policy makers of the impact of T6 cuts and collaborate on other federal program and policy issues.
need to show some experience with this, not just federal grants.
Federal HEA Title VI
If you know what this is, we can help you get to the winners circle with NRC/FLAS, Fulbright-Hays group projects abroad, Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Languages, or other members of this federal funding family.
If you don't know what it is, we can help you decide if it is a resource worth tapping to help enhance and expand your university's international, world area and foreign language capacity.
If you are ready for the post-Title VI world, let us help create your new strategy and find creative funding and program models to sustain your capacity to support and train for full international and language expertise, as well as creating global citizens.
Our expertise includes:
Secured $1.4M/year with Title VI, NRC-FLAS in the 2014-18 cycle. Won full competitive points with the first outcome-based assessment system to track student engagement in international and foreign language courses and link their studies to the actual outcomes at graduation and the impact of their studies in how they used these skills in their work and lives.
Secured six Fulbright Hayes Group Project Abroad grants through Yale MacMillan Center to take educators (high school and college) for intensive in-country study programs with local educators in China (2), Ghana (2), Peru, Russia and one combined Russia-France with a preparatory week in New Haven, CT.
Hired at Yale’s MacMillan Center in 1988 to return Yale to the winners circle for Title VI NRC-FLAS grants, she guided the Center in winning 80-100% of 5 applications in seven competitive cycles. Streamlined data collection across campus and initiated sharing best practices for proposal writing and reporting.