Small Grants Research Fund

Projects Funded: FY2000

The Gallaudet Research Institute Small Grants Fund encourages research projects undertaken by faculty, staff, and students, covering a wide range of research topics and methodologies.

The FY2000 GRI Small Grants funds were awarded to:
Jennifer Hampton, Melissa Holincheck, Tracy Krout, Carol Mauermann, Theresa Rollins
Use and Validity of the Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test (UNIT) with Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Laura-Jean Gilbert
Administration and Supervision
Acceptance and Accommodation of Students with Disabilities by Seminaries of the United Church of Christ
Rachel Hartig
Foreign Languages and Literatures
Crossing the Divide: Helen Keller and Yvonne Pitrois Dialogue about Diversity
Koon Wei Ho
ASL, Linguistics and Interpretation
Malaysia Sign Language Classifiers
Scott K. Liddell
ASL, Linguistics and Interpretation
The Nature of Classifier Predicates in ASL
Laura Sanheim
ASL, Linguistics and Interpretation
Deaf Doctors and their Hearing Patients
Ian M. Sutherland
Foreign Languages and Literatures
The House of the Large Fountain at Pompeii
Annette McKenzie Anderson
Administration and Supervision
In Our Voices: The Impact of Parents as Partners in the Decision Making Process
Susan Anthony-Tolbert Psychology Development of a Verbal Abuse Scale For Use With Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Adults
Barry H. Bergen
History and Government
The Two-Tiered System of French Education
Debra L. Cole, ASL
Linguistics and Interpretation
ASL Syntax - Verbs
Barry A. Crouch
History and Government
John Wesley Hardin Abstract
Teresa Crowe
Social Work
Translation of the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale: From the English to American Sign Language
Michael J. Gournaris
Comparison of Face-to-Face and Video-Mediated Communications with Deaf Individuals
Melanie Metzger
ASL, Linguistics and Interpretation
Interpretation versus Transliteration: What Research Can Tell Us
Diane Victoria Perkins
Administration and Supervision
The Parent-School Partnership in Deaf Education: Administrative Planning for an Effective Coalition in Educational Program Placement
Shawn Rhine and Patrick Brice
Assessment of Executive Function in Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students
Donna F. Ryan and John S. Schuchman
Government and History
The Holocaust and the Deaf Community; Phase 4
Marilyn Sass-Lehrer, Donna Mertens, and Kathryn Meadow-Orlans
Support Services for Parents of Children Who are Deaf of Hard of Hearing: Sub-Group Analysis of Extant Interview Data
Bruce Sofinski
ASL, Linguistics and Interpretation
Strategies and Product Features of Effective Educational Interpreters
Candice Tate, Virginia Gutman
Development of the Social Self-Efficacy Scale for Use with Deaf College Students
Paula E. Tucker
The Comprehension of Fingerspelled Words when Combined with Lipreading

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