EED Doctoral Student, Harry Santoso, Receives Research and Project Grant
Engineering Education Doctoral Student Receives 2011/2012 USU Research and Project Grant
Harry Santoso, a PhD student in Engineering Education (EED), has been selected to receive a Utah State University Graduate Student Senate (USU GSS) Research and Project Grant totaling $560.00 for his project, "The Use of Interactive Learning Module in Improving Self-regulated Learning Strategies of High School Computer Science Education: An Exploratory Mixed-Methods Study."
“This is fantastic!” declared Santoso. "I can use the award to support my dissertation research at Logan High School." He also encourages other graduate students, especially in the EED Department to explore this opportunity in the future.
The GSS is committed to enhancing the experience of Utah State University graduate students. According to the USU GSS website, the GSS Research and Projects Grant will be “a grant intended for graduate students actively pursuing their graduate degree who can reasonably demonstrate financial need in performing the necessary research or purchasing the necessary materials to complete their degree.”
The USU GSS would like to announce the selection for this award at the upcoming Intermountain Graduate Research Symposium awards banquet on April 5th 2012. The recipient names and project titles have been posted on the GSS website at http://usu.edu/asusu/gss/researchRecipients.cfm.