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Hope College

31 Grants = $1,690,152
(2013-14)

$8.4 million of active grants

$32.7 million in external grants in the last ten years

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HOPE COLLEGE: Academic Distinctives

 

College Guides Continue to Praise Hope
Fisk Guide to Colleges
America's Top Colleges 2014
50 Top Christian Colleges
Educate to Career Inc - Top Best Value College
Money magazine


U.S. Fulbright logo*Fulbright U.S. Student Program recognized Hope College
as a “U.S. Student Top Producer,” and was first in Michigan among
bachelor’s institutions, for the number of students to receive Fulbright
awards for 2013-14.

Research Corporation for Science Advancement Logo*Named by the Research Corporation for Science Advancement
as the #1 undergraduate institution for dollars received in the foundation's 100 year
history.


U.S. News & World Report National Liberal Arts College Rankings*Recognized as a national leader by the U.S. News and World Report,
for the eighth consecutive year, in the category "Undergraduate Research/Creative
Projects"

National Science Foundation*Obtains more funding from sources such as the
National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health and NASA to support its
undergraduate research program than any other liberal arts college in Michigan.

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Services

The Office of Sponsored Research Programs offers pre- and post-award assistance to Hope College faculty
and staff in the development of externally funded grant proposals to support academic scholarship,
faculty development, research and curriculum. Services include:

  • prospective funding sources
  • proposal development
  • budget development
  • proposal submission

Comments and questions are welcome regarding this website or services by contacting the Sponsored Research Office.

 

Grant Awards

Andre, Claudine

Modern Classical Languages
University of FL
$1000

Robert Hodson
Music
Luce Foundation
$40,000

Jeanne Petit
History
The Catholic Univ. of America Archives
$500

Abrahantes, Miquel
Engineering
MI Space Grant Consortium
$5,000

Bodenbender, Brian
GES
MI Space Grant
$10,000

Bouma-Prediger, Steve
Religion
Lilly Fellows Program
$3000

Anderson, Mary Beth
Chemistry
Amercan Chemical Society
$50,000

Hodson, Rob
Music
ASIANetwork & Luce Foundation
$40,000

Best, Aaron
Biology
National Science Fdn
$399,511

Hansen, Ed
GES
State of MI DEQ
$15,000

Krupczak, John
Engineering
National Science Fdn

Mann, Eric
Mathematics
MI Space Grant Consortium
$13,660

Peaslee,Graham
Chemistry
U.S. Geological Survey
$6,000


Puzke, Aaron
Biology
National Science Fdn
$427,450

Smith, Matthew
Engineering
MI Space Grant Consortium
$5,000

Swanson, Todd
VanderStoep, Jill
National Science Fdn
$64,247

Morrison, Kyle
Smith, Steve
Northuis, Mark
Private company
$150,000

Spielvogel, Christian
Communication
National Endowment for the Humanities
$299,221

Brondyk, Susan
Education
MI Assoc of Public School Academies
$10,000

Phillips, David
Economics
Univ of CA - Davis
$24,942

Polet, Jeff
Political Science
The Charles Koch Fdn
$5,000

VanTongeren, Daryl
Psychology
The John Templeton Fdn
$32,010