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Dr. David L.Tan

Department Head

Higher Education and Learning Technologies

Office Location: Frank Young North #126A

Phone: 903-886-5619

Email: david.tan@tamuc.edu



Research Grants

1993-94    • FAA Southwest Region Diversity Training Project

The purpose of the grant was to administer 40 three-day experiential diversity training workshops to a total of 733 FAA managers and supervisors in the Southwest region, which includes Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico, and Arkansas (Lee Morris, principal investigator), $217,445.

1996-97    • Oklahoma State Department of Human Services Diversity Training Administered a cultural audit and offer experiential diversity training workshops to managers and supervisors in the state agency (Lee Morris, principal investigator), $30,000.

1996-98    • Oklahoma State Department of Transportation Diversity Training Administered a cultural audit and delivered experiential diversity training (Lee Morris, principal investigator), $200,000.

1996-98    • Oklahoma State Department of Rehabilitation Services Diversity Training Administered a cultural audit and delivered customized sets of experiential diversity training for two groups of employees: (1) managers, supervisors, and counselors; and (2) support staff (Lee Morris, principal investigator),$75,000.

2002-03    • Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

A quality incentive grant was awarded to conduct the first known statewide survey of student credit card issues, $3,000.

2004-07    • University of Oklahoma, Division of Student Affairs

A research support grant to evaluate Camp Crimson orientation, $4,300.

2004-10    • University of Oklahoma, Athletics Dept.

A research support grant to research matters related to specially-admitted student athletes, $8,700.

2010-2012 • University of Oklahoma, OU Executive Math Committee

A research support grant to examine the traditional face-to-face, online, and hybrid versions of developmental Math, approximately $8,000. This Executive Committee consists of the Provost, several vice provosts, and members of the Math Department.

2011-2014 • University of Oklahoma, Graduation Office

A research support grant to investigate persistence and graduation issues among undergraduates, $10,000.

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