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Dr. Bryan Ripley Crandall

Assistant Professor of the Practice of Curriculum & Instruction & Director of Connecticut Writing Project
bcrandall@fairfield.edu
o: Canisius Hall Rm 115
p: x3123
Faculty Website

 

Honors

Syracuse University Graduate Fellowship. 2007 to 2010.

 Syracuse University Future Professoriate Program. Graduate Teaching Certificate.2009.

Awards

New England Board of Higher Education: CT State Merit Award (2013)

North Syracuse Central School District Wall of Distinction (2013)

Doctoral Prize for Outstanding Graduate Research, Syracuse University (2012)

Syracuse University Graduate Fellowship (2007-2010)

Future Professoriate Program at Syracuse University (2009)                    

Peter B. Mosenthal Scholarship Recipient for Reading & Language Arts (2007 & 2008)

Kentucky Humana Scholarship (2005 & 2006)

Bread Loaf School of English           

Teaching Award for M.A.C.S. (Muhammad Ali Center Students) (2006)

Disney Teacher of the Year Nominee (2005)

Zora Neale Hurston Outstanding Teacher Award (2004)               

Jefferson County Public Schools Brotherhood/Sisterhood Award (2003)

Louisville Writing Project Teacher Scholarship (2002)     

Fulbright Memorial Scholar, Tokyo, Japan (2001)

Kentucky English Student Union Scholarship (2000). Cambridge University Shakespeare Summer Program 


Grants

National Writing Project SEED Teacher Leadership Grant (2014-2015) ($20,000) - awarded

State of Connecticut Education Support for Connecticut Writing Project (2014) ($50,000) – awarded

Fairfield Community Foundation Partnership with Connecticut Mirror (2013) ($30,000) - awarded

State of Connecticut Education Support for Connecticut Writing Project (2013) ($50,000) - awarded

National Writing Project SEED Grant for Hill Central Academy (2013) ($20,000) - awarded

Bank of America Grant (2012) ($20,000) - awarded

National Writing Project SEED Grant for Bassick High School (2012)($20,000) - awarded

National Writing Project SEED Grant for Teacher Leadership (2012)($20,000) - awarded

State of Connecticut Education Support for Connecticut Writing Project (2012) ($50,000) - awarded

State of Connecticut Teacher Quality Partnership Grant (2012) ($109,000) - not awarded

State of Connecticut Education Support for Connecticut Writing Project (2011) ($47,500) - awarded

Cornerstone Enhancement Grant: Searching for home in academic writing: Putting our values into action. Fairfield University ($600)

School of Education Research and Creative Grant:African-born English language learners’ perspectives on writing in an American high school. (Fall, 2010: $1000)

Joan N. Burstyn Endowed Fund for Collaborative Research in Education:Writing Our Lives: Identifying effective curricular and pedagogical practices for teaching writing to Black adolescent males via the validation and support of African and African American linguistic and rhetorical traditions with Dr. Marcelle Haddix (Spring, 2010: $1500)

Scholarship In Action Mini-Grant Recipient to work with Writing as Art; Transitions, Culture and the Syracuse Clay Cow Project (Fall, 2008: $500)