IMPROVING MATHEMATICS PEDAGOGY AND CONTENT FOR TEACHERS (IMPACT)—MATH/SCIENCE PARTNERSHIP
(2016 to 2017)
 Client: WexfordMissaukee Intermediate School District
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
 Description: Improving Mathematics Pedagogy and Content for Teachers (IMPACT) is a project funded by the Michigan Mathematics and Science Partnership competitive grants program of the Michigan Department of Education. The purpose of the project is to implement an 80hour mathematics content course designed for K8 teachers called Intel® Math. The course is being implemented by the Manistee, WexfordMissaukee Regional Mathematics and Science Center and the following partner sites: MecostaOsceola Mathematics/Science/Technology Center, and the Grand Traverse Regional Math, Science & Technology Center. It is designed to deepen the teacher participant knowledge of elementary and middle school math concepts and emphasizes a problemsolving approach.

MATH RECOVERY®—MATH/SCIENCE PARTNERSHIP
 (2015 to 2017)
 Client: Muskegon Area ISD Regional Math and Science Center
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
 Description: SAMPI provided comprehensive external evaluation services to this Michigan Mathematics and Science Center Partnership grant. Evaluation activities included: development and analysis of teacher surveys, development, administration, and analysis of a teacher pre/post mathematics content test and a teacher video pre/post test, analysis of NWEA testing data, interviews with teachers, administrators, and project staff, and observation of professional development sessions. SAMPI participated in regular project staff meetings to share results of the data collection and analysis, as well as provided regular written reports.
MICHIGAN MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE CENTERS NETWORK
 (1992 through present)
 Client: MI Math and Science Centers Network
 Funder: State of Michigan
 Description: SAMPI provided comprehensive external evaluation services to this Michigan Mathematics and Science Center Partnership grant. Evaluation activities included: development and analysis of teacher surveys, development, administration, and analysis of a teacher pre/post mathematics content test and a teacher video pre/post test, analysis of NWEA testing data, interviews with teachers, administrators, and project staff, and observation of professional development sessions. SAMPI participated in regular project staff meetings to share results of the data collection and analysis, as well as provided regular written reports.
 Math and science center data deadlines
 Math and science center forms
 Michigan Mathematics and Science Centers Networks website
MICHIGAN'S UPPER PENINSULA SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS INTEGRATED THROUGH LITERACY AND ENGINEERING (UP SMILE)–MATH/SCIENCE PARTNERSHIP
 (2016 to 2017)
 Client: EUP Mathematics and Science Center
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
 Description: The Upper Peninsula Science and Mathematics Integrated through Literacy and Engineering (UPSMILE) project is funded by the Michigan Department of Education’s Mathematics and Science Partnership competitive grants program. The purpose of UPSMILE is to support the efforts of middle and high school teachers across Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to bring an integrated approach to their mathematics and science classrooms. Five Upper Peninsula Mathematics and Science Centers have partnered to implement a 10day workshop for secondary teachers focused on 3D printers, Scratch programming, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and Vernier probes. Additionally, participants attended a 5day workshop series on NGSX, a webbased system designed to engage them in the three major dimensions of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS): core ideas of science, scientific and engineering practices, and crosscutting concepts. UP SMILE also received expansion funding to implement three Math Recovery® trainings in the Upper Peninsula. Math Recovery® consists of two courses designed to provide a detailed understanding of how children develop understanding of early numeracy (Course 1) and number domains of place value and multiplication and division (Course 2).
SUPPORTING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INTEL® MATH—MATH/SCIENCE PARTNERSHIP
 (2012 to 2017)
 Client: Saginaw Valley State University Regional Math and Science Center
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
Description: Achieving with Intel® Math (AIM) is a project funded by the Michigan Mathematics and Science Partnership competitive grants program of the Michigan Department of Education. There have been three phases of the project and an extension of the third phase through the Saginaw Valley State University Regional Mathematics and Science Center. AIM is the fourth phase. The project is implementing the 80hour Intel® Math course designed for K8 teachers. Topics covered in the course include integer arithmetic, the decimal number system, place value, rational number arithmetic, rates, linear equations, functions, and more. The course material is taught to K8 teacher
INTEL® MATH STUDENT TEST—MATH/SCIENCE PARTNERSHIP
 (2014 to 2016)
 Client: Lenawee ID
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
THE W.K. KELLOGG FOUNDATION'S WOODROW WILSON MICHIGAN TEACHING FELLOWSHIPS AT WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
 (2011 to 2015)
 Funder: Woodrow Wilson Foundation
RET SITE ON MULTIDISCIPLINARY ENGINEERING RESEARCH FOR RURAL MICHIGAN’S FUTURE
 (2012 to 2015)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
BAY COLLEGE
 (2010 to 2014)
 Funder: U.S. Department of Education Title III program
GREATER PROFICIENCY IN MATHEMATICS—MATH/SCIENCE PARTNERSHIP
 (2012 to 2014)
 Funder: U.S. Department of Education
SAM3—SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS MISCONCEPTIONS MANAGEMENT
 (2011 to 2014)
 Funder: State of Michigan
Western Michigan University Student STEP II Program (Next STEP)
 (2010 to 2012)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
MTU/ITEST—High School Enterprise Program
 (2008 to 2012)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
CCLI: Engaging STEM Students from the Beginning: An Interdependent Approach to Introductory Chemistry and Cellular Biology
 (2009 to 2011)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
Algebra for All
 (2010 to 2011)
 Funder: State of Michigan
Upper Peninsula Math/Science Partnership—Greater Proficiency in Science and Investigate the State
 (2008 to 2011)
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
CAUSEmos
 (2006 to 2011)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
CAUSEway Professional Development Project
 (2005 to 2011)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
CAUSEmos
 (2006 to 2011)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
High School Math and Science Success
 (2006 to 2010)
 Funder: Michigan Mathematics and Science Centers Network
Study of InquiryBased Science
 (2004 to 2010)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
Large Enrollment Physical Science
 (2007 to 2010)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
Michigan Lewis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation in STEM Disciplines
 (2005 to 2010)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
ProblemBased Learning to Support Professional Development in Science
 (2004 to 2009)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
Western Michigan University Student STEP Program
 (2004 to 2009)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
Michigan Mathematics and Science Teacher Leadership Collaborative
 (2007 to 2009)
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
Mars Exploration Public Engagement Program
 (2006 to 2009)
 Funder: NASA
Muskegon Math/Science Partnership
 (2004 to 2008)
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
Northern Michigan Math/Science Partnership
 (2005 to 2007)
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
Upper Peninsula Math/Science Partnership
 (2005 to 2007)
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
Jackson County ISD Science Project
 (2005 to 2007)
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
Design Center for Science Learning
 (2003 to 2007)
 Funder: National Science Foundation and Learn and Serve America
Physics of Everyday Thinking and Physical Science of Everyday Thinking
 (2001 to 2007)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
High School Math and Science Success II
 (2006 to 2007)
 Funder: State of Michigan
Jackson County Middle School Mathematics Improvement Project
 (2005 to 2006)
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
Grand Valley State University Building Mathematics Leaders Program
 (2004 to 2006)
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
BRIDGES to Biomedical Sciences
 (2004 to 2006)
 Funder: National Institute of Health
Impact Study of the Math Workshop Elementary Mathematics Curriculum
 (2003 to 2006)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
Evaluation of the University of MichiganDearborn Materials Development Project in Undergraduate Mathematics
 (2003 to 2006)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
Wayne State University GK12 Fellows Program
 (2003 to 2006)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
E3 (Enlist, Equip, and Empower)
 (2002 to 2006)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
Grand Valley State University Building Science Leaders Program
 (2003 to 2005)
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
M3RP (Michigan Middle School Mathematics Reform Project)
 (1999 to 2004)
 Funder: National Science Foundation and various Michiganbased private foundations
SEALS (Science EducationAdapted Learning for Students)
 (2003 to 2004)
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
Evaluation of Constructing Science Understanding for Elementary Physics
 (2003 to 2004)
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
Evaluation of Bridges to Engineering
 (2003 to 2004)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
IKE Review
 (1999 to 2003)
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
Techniques for Observing Science and Mathematics
 (2001 to 2002)
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
CroswellLexington Community Schools Science Education Improvement Project
 (2001 to 2002)
 Funder: Goals 2000
Benton Harbor Middle School Mathematics Improvement Project
 (2001 to 2002)
 Funder: Goals 2000
Evaluation of InMath Local Systemic Change Project
 (1999 to 2003)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
Early Childhood Learning Communities
 (1999 to 2002)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
Evaluation of Renewing Mathematics Teaching Through Curriculum
 (1997 to 2001)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
PreService Elementary Education Teachers Project
 (1995 to 1998)
 Funder: Western Michigan University
Problem Solving with Mathematical Models and Manipulatives Project
 (1997)
 Funder: Madonna University
MSSI: Evaluation of the Michigan Statewide Systemic Initiative in Mathematics and Science
 (1992 to 1997)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
Informed Consumers in Mathematics and Science Education
 (1996 to 1997)
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
Evaluation and Review of Accomplishments of the Battle Creek Area Mathematics and Science Center
 (1996 to 1997)
 Funder: Battle Creek Area Mathematics and Science Center
Evaluation of Michigan Science and Math Curriculum Frameworks Project
 (1994 to 1996)
 Funder: Michigan Department of Education
Local Schools Science Education Projects Cluster Evaluation
 (1990 to 1995)
 Funder: W.K. Kellogg Foundation
University of Michigan Biological Station—A Special Summer Institute for Science Teachers
 (1991 to 1995)
 Funder: National Science Foundation
Study/Dissemination of MI Eisenhower Exemplary Science/Math Programs
 (1992 to 1995)
 Funder: Michigan Eisenhower State Program
Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) National Field Test of Curriculum
 (1993 to 1994)
 Funder: Western Regional Environmental Education Council
Collaborative/Comprehensive Science Education Projects Cluster Evaluation
 (1989 to 1993)
 Funder: W.K. Kellogg Foundation