Dr. Sophia Maggelakis

Grants

“2004 Provost’s Learning Innovation Grant” for the research project: Online Testing and Math Skill Building for Students in Calculus Sequences.

Principal Investigator of an NSF (National Science Foundation) CCLI (Course Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement) Adaptation Implementation Grant entitled: “Using A Workshop Calculus Program to Improve Performance, Understanding, and Retention of Students Enrolled in Calculus for Business, Social Science, Life Science and Engineering Technology,” December 2003.

Co-Investigator of a 2003 Project Initiation Grant entitled: “A pilot Online Virtual Tutor of Mathematics: Instructional Modules for Precalculus”.

“1998 Dean's Summer Research Fellowship” for the research project: Mathematical Models of Tumor-related Angiogenesis.

“1997 Dean's Summer Research Fellowship” for the research project:  Modeling the Biological Feedback Mechanisms During Tumor Angiogenesis and Vascularization: Part   II.

“1996 Dean's Summer Research Fellowship” for the research project:  Modeling the Biological Feedback Mechanisms During Tumor Angiogenesis and Vascularization.

Submitted a Research Planning Grant to National Science Foundation (NSF 92-90) entitled: “The Growth Factor Connection to Cancer:  A Mathematical Approach,” January 1995.

Co-authored a grant proposal submitted to the Collaborative Research at Undergraduate Institutions (C-RUI) program of the National Science Foundation (NSF 96-116) titled:  “The Effects of Growth Factors on Chicken Embryo Cardiovascular Development,” September 1996.

“1995 Dean's Summer Research Fellowship” for the research project:  Mathematical Models of Wound Healing and Tissue Regeneration.

“1994 Dean's Summer Research Fellowship” for the research project: A Study of Tumor Vascularization: Part II.

“Dean's Project Initiation Grant” for the research project: The Growth Factor Connection to Cancer, August 1993.

“1993 Dean's Summer Research Fellowship” for the research project:  A Study of Tumor
Vascularization.

“1992 Dean's Summer Research Fellowship” for the research project:  Modeling the  
Growth of Solid Tumors by Incorporating Tumor Growth Factors.

“1991 Dean's Summer Research Fellowship” for the research project:  Mathematical  
Models of Tumor Growth by Diffusion of Mitotic Inhibitor.