Carleton to lead NSF grant for Colleges of Liberal Arts Sponsor Programs Community of Practice
The Colleges of Liberal Arts Sponsored Programs (CLASP) Community of Practice is a free and open resource that currently represents more than 330 predominantly undergraduate institutions across the US.
Carleton will serve as the lead institution on a National Science Foundation (NSF) Conference grant for the Colleges of Liberal Arts Sponsored Programs (CLASP) Community of Practice, a free and open resource that currently represents more than 330 predominantly undergraduate institutions, particularly institutions that fit within the liberal arts college framework (PUI LACs), across the US.
Charlotte Whited, associate director of the grants office and compliance officer, will serve as the project’s Principal Investigator (PI), leading a team of research administrators from a variety of PUI LACs. She will also partner with Carleton’s Science Education Resource Center (SERC) to broaden participation within the community and to develop tools and scalable models for advancing research at PUIs that fit within the liberal arts framework.