The Ventures program is designed to fund projects that stand out because they are particularly novel, creative, or urgent. The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) has funded the following education-focused Ventures:
Project Title Year Funded Principal Investigator
State Policies to Transform Undergraduate STEM Education 2012 Catherine Middlecamp, University of Wisconsin, Melvin George, University of Missouri, Judith Ramaley, Portland State University
Socio-Environmental Synthesis Teaching Study 2012 Alan Berkowitz, Cary Institute for Ecosystem Science, John Bishop, Washington State University–Vancouver, Mintesinot Jiru, Coppin State University, Caroline Solomon, Gallaudet University