R3 grant program is re-opened
Donaghue has recently re-opened it R3 – Making Research Relevant & Ready grant program, which is available to Donaghue grantees and former grantees. The purpose of the $55,000 award is for researchers to access experts in areas relevant to scaling and implementation of their evidence-based innovations with the goal of shaping their work to be more adoptable in real-world settings.
A letter of intent is due November 1 and applications will be due on January 30. The eighteen-month grant term will begin on May 1, 2018. More information can be found at http://donaghue.org/grant-opportunities/r3/.
Elizabeth H. Bradley is new Vassar College President
Elizabeth Bradley, PhD, who has received three Donaghue awards since 1998, was inaugurated the 11th President of Vassar College on September 24. Is it a coincidence that Ethel Donaghue was a Vassar graduate? Or that the poem used in the choral interlude composed for the inauguration ceremony was written by Edna St. Vincent Millay, who was a Vassar student during the same four years as Ethel Donaghue (1914-1917)? Perhaps. Maybe not.
Congratulations to Dr. Bradley!