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Hope College

2016-17 Awards = $2,410,251

$8.1 million - Active grants

$30.8 million - 10 year total
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HOPE COLLEGE: ACADEMIC DISTINCTIVES

In The Wall Street Journal and Times of London's 2016 College Rankings, Hope College placed 11th in the United States - tied with Stanford University - in the category of "Right Choice."

Colleges That Change Lives
Hope College is again included in this guide that showcases the best of student-centered colleges. Hope is also ranked in Top 40 for Study-Abroad Participation.

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Fulbright U.S. Student Program
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in 2016-17 Hope College received the most student Fulbrights among undergraduate institutions in the state of Michigan.

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Hope College 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, in the category "Undergraduate Research/Creative Projects".

National Science Foundation
Hope College obtains more funding from the National Science Foundation to support its undergraduate research program than any other liberal arts college in the state of Michigan
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Hope College Research Celebration
Hope College
Celebration of Undergraduate Research & Creative Performance

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Office of Sponsored Research Programs 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 and editing
  • budget development
  • compliance
  • proposal submission

Comments or questions are welcome by contacting the Office of Sponsored Research Director .

 

Grant Awards

Cole, Ernest
English
GLCA
$1800

Krauss,Heidi
Art/Art History
Plansoen Foundation
$30,000

Pannapacker, Bill
English
Mellon Foundation $800,000

Brown, Susan Ipri
ExploreHope
MI Space Grant Consortium $14,940

Brown, Susan Ipri ExploreHope ASME
$5000

Brown, Susan Ipri ExploreHope MI Campus Compact $3500

Colburn, Liz Upward Bound
CFZH
$44,500

Vega, Yoli
Phelps Scholars
$2252

Best, Aaron Biology
NSF
$775,316

Eckermann, Amanda Chemistry
MI Space Grant Consortium
$5000

Gonthier, Peter
Physics
MI Space Grant Consortium
$5000

Hampton, Jenny
Physics
NSF
$169,279

Mann, Eric & Susan Ipri Brown
MI Space Grant Consortium
$14,975

Pearson, Paul
Mathematics
MI Space Grant Consortium
$5000

Polasek, Katie
Engineering
NSF
$99,691

Polasek, Katie
Engineering
MI Space Grant Consortium
$15,000

Smith, Matt
Engineering
NSF
$114,879

Smith, Matt
Engineering
NSF
$11,565

Swanson, Todd and Jill VanderStoep
Mathematics
NSF
$44,902

VanWylen, David
Dean NAS
Stryker
$41,412

Doshi, Melissa
Communication
GLCA
$1450

Estelle, Sarah
Economics
Charles G. Koch Charitable Fdn
$39,270

Estelle, Sarah
Economics/Business
Charles G. Koch Charitable Fdn
$17,100

Feaster, Dennis
Sociology/Social Work
The ASIANetwork
$24,525

Morrison, Kyle
Kinisiology
Local Industry
$50,000

Polet, Jeff
Economics/Business
Charles G. Koch Charitable Fdn
$11,500

Van Tongeren, Daryl
Psychology
The John Templeton Foundation
$29,895

Witvliet, Charlotte
Psychology
Council for Christian College and Universities
$3000