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Grants

Long, D. (2012). Let's Move Elon Academy: Organic Gardening and Sustainable Food Production, $2,750 grant received from Elon University Fund for Excellence to support Elon Academy summer class during 2012.

Long, D. (2012). Book Project, $2,218 grant received from Elon University Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning to support Elon Academy book project.

Long, D. (2012). Book Project, $5,050 grant received from the Associate Provost's Fund to support Elon Academy book project.

Long, D., Elon Academy, Elon's Campus Kitchen and Community Garden, Environmental Studies Department, & Urban Roots of Greensboro. (2012). Let's Move Elon Academy: Organic Gardening and Sustainable Food Production, $169,170 grant received from Burroughs-Wellcome Fund for 2012-2015.

Tyroler, B., Cooper, D., & Long, D. (2012). Photography Inquiry Project, $5,000 grant received from Bruce J. Heim Foundation to support Photography Inquiry Project during 2012-2013 school year.

Means, D., Flinn, L., Long, D., & Wade, R. (2011). Successful transitions: Supporting underrepresented students to succeed in college and in life, $19, 891 federal grant received from the North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities to establish programs and services to support college students with a financial need and/or no family history of college.

Long, D., Means, D., Flinn, L., Williams, L., & Pyne, K. (2010). Elon University Summer Bridge Programs, $20,000 federal grant received from the North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities to establish summer bridge programs for students with a financial need and/or no family history of college.

Means, D. (2010). Elon Academy College Admissions Workshop, $1000 grant received from the Southern Association for College Admission Counseling to provide information regarding the college admissions process to high school students with a financial need and/or no family history of college.

Means, D. (2010). Elon Academy Book Jam, $2,160 grant received from Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society to sustain book clubs for high school students with a financial need and/or no family history of college.

Long, D. (2009-2010). College Board Greenhouse Grant. Received $10,000 for Go 4 College Program (with Cummings High School).

Long, D., Means, D., & Pyne, K. (2009). Elon Academy Transitions to College Program, $14, 972 federal grant received from North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities to establish a transition to college program for students with a financial need and/or no family history of college.

Means, D. (2009). Elon Academy Book Club, $2000 grant received from Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society to establish book clubs for high school students with a financial need and/or no family history of college.

Means, D. (2008). Elon Academy Business Partner Program, $10,800 federal grant received from the Workforce Innovation in Regional Economic Development Action Committee and Piedmont Triad Partnership to develop an innovative program to connect high school students with a financial need and/or no family history of college to businesses and organizations in the region through internships, field experiences, and a business mentor program.