CGEST Research Grants 

Developing and researching culturally responsive STEM curriculum for women and girls of color to thrive.

Weave - Interwoven Culturally Responsive Computational Thinking (2020-2021)
$335,000 Science Foundation Ireland
Principal Investigator: Monica Ward
Co-principal investigators: Deidre Butler, Yvonne Kavanaugh, Kimberly Scott

Collaborative Research: Women of Color and Computing Conference Wahine: Culturally Responsive Collective Catalysts (2020-2021)
$48,933 National Science Foundation
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott
Co-principal investigators: Brenda Jensen, Gabriela Artigas, Mary Smith

CompuGirls Cybersecurity: A Culturally Responsive Collective Impact Model for Underanticipated Girls (2020-2021)
$473,000 Department of Defense STEM Education Consortium
Co-principal investigator: Kimberly Scott

CISE EAGER: Developing a Collective Impact Model with and for Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Girls to Persist in Computer Science (2019-2021)
$299,999 National Science Foundation
Principal Investigator: Brenda Jensen
Co-principal investigators: Sharon Nelson-Barber, Kimberly Scott

CompuGirls Remixed: Arizona Expansion (2019-2020)
$125,000 Arizona Community Foundation
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott

Collaborative Research: A Social Programmable Robot Fostering Rapport to Improve Computer Science Skills and Attitudes (2019-2023)
$1.2M National Science Foundation
Co-principal investigators: Kimberly Scott, Erin Walker, A. Ogan

Pivotal-Kapor Women of Color Tech Ecosystem: Increase Women of Color in Computing (2018-2020)
$200,000 Pivotal Ventures
Co-principal investigators: Allison Scott, Kimberly Scott

CompuGirls: Engaging Libraries in Culturally Responsive STEM Programming (2018-2020)
$199,934 Institute of Museum and Library Services
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott
Co-principal investigator: Patricia Garcia

EAGER: Data and the Future of an Empirically Grounded Research Community for Broadening Participation in STEM (2018-2020)
$299,707 National Science Foundation
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott
Co-principal investigator: Elizabeth Wentz

EAGER: Developing a Culturally Responsive Computing Instrument for Underrepresented Students (2018-2020)
$299,922 National Science Foundation
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott
Co-principal investigator: Sharon Nelson-Barber, Terence Tracey

Collaborative Research: A Social Programmable Robot: Fostering Rapport to Improve Computer Science Skills and Attitudes (2018-2022)
$1.2M National Science Foundation
Principal Investigator: Erin Walker
Co-principal investigator: Amy Organ, Kimberly Scott

CompuGirls Remixed: Developing a Culturally Responsive Social System (2017-2020)
$2.9M United States Department of Education (2017-2020)
$97,512 Arizona Community Foundation (2017-2018)
$125,000 Arizona Community Foundation (2017-2018)
$250,000 Helios (2017-2020)
$10,000 State Farm (2017-2020)
$25,000 APS (2017-2020)
$120,000 Intel (2017-2020)
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott

HerStory is Our Story: Creating a Legacy Through Engineering and Other STEM Entrepreneurship (2017-2018)
$49,999 National Science Foundation
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott
Co-principal investigator: Ji Mi Choi

CompuGirls: Engaging Libraries in Culturally Responsive STEM Programming (2016-2018)
$249,999 Institute of Museum and Library Services
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott
Co-principal investigator: Patricia Garcia

Center for Gender Equity in Science & Technology Projects (2016-2017)
$15,000 Amazon
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott

Center for Gender Equity in Science & Technology Projects (2016)
$20,000 State Farm
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott

Co-Robotics for Culturally Responsive Practice (2015)
$40,000 Intel
Principal Investigator: Andrew Williams
Co-principal investigator: Kimberly Scott

CompuGirls Scale-Up REU (ITEST) (2015-2018)
$25,000 National Science Foundation
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott
Co-principal investigator: Debbie Woodward, Carolyn Ronchinsky, Carlos Santos, S. Zion

Co-Robots for CompuGirls: Culturally Responsive Robotics Education for Underrepresented Girls (2014-2017)
$500,000 National Science Foundation 
Principal Investigator: Andrew Williams
Co-principal investigator: Kimberly Scott

African American Families' Uses of Technology for Learning Outside of School (2014-2017)
$500,000 Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Co-Principal Investigators: Kimberly Scott, Kevin Clark, Victoria Rideout

CompuGirls Summer and Fall Camps (2013-2014)
$25,000 Intel
$15,000 Intel
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott

CompuGirls Scale-Up REU (ITEST) (2012-2018)
$1.99M National Science Foundation
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott
Co-principal investigator: Debbie Woodward, Carolyn Ronchinsky, Carlos Santos, S. Zion

STEM for All: REESE Conference (2012-2014)
$137,021 National Science Foundation
Principal Investigator: Kevin Clark
Co-principal investigator: Kimberly Scott

Research Experiences for Undergraduates in Girls' Cultural-GEndered Identities and Perceptions as Future Technologists: Supplement A: Mixed-Method Research Project of Intersectionality (SE) (2012-2014)
$590,987 National Science Foundation
$66,000 National Science Foundation (continuing)
$59,525 National Science Foundation (continuing)
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott
Co-principal investigator: Catherine Ashcraft, Carlos Santos, S. Zion

State of Black Arizona (2012-2013)
$25,000 Arizona Community Foundation
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott

Community Food Connections, Micro Business Consulting and Technical Services (2008-2009)
$12,150 Community Foods
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott

State of Black Arizona (2008-2009)
$17,000 Arizona Community Foundation
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott

CompuGirls: A Culturally Relevant Technology Program for Girls (2008-2013)
$853,051 National Science Foundation
$26,300 National Science Foundation (continuing)
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott
Co-principal investigator: Elizabeth Gee, Sethuraman Panchanathan, Gregory Aist, Jenefer Husman, Bryan Brayboy, Stelar Abstract

African American Philanthropy Project (2008-2009)
$50,000 Arizona Community Foundation
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott

CompuGirls (2008)
$10,000 Intel
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott

CompuGirls: Summer 2008 Program (2008)
$35,000 Helios Education Foundation
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott

Sierra Vista CompuGirls (2007)
$6,455 Sierra Vista Unified School District
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott

CompuGirls: Summer Technology Program (2007-2008)
$19,500 Mary Lou Fulton College of Education
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott

CompuGirls I+ (2007-2008)
$50,000 Arizona Community Foundation
Principal Investigator: Kimberly Scott