Biography

Amy Cuhel-Schuckers formally joined the recently launched Office of College Grants in September 2012. As suggested by her title, Amy will play a key role in helping faculty seek grants, fellowships, and other funding support in support of faculty research and teaching.

A person of broad interests and diverse talents, Amy arrives at F&M after nine years at SUNY Fredonia in the Office of Sponsored Programs, serving for the past six years as the Grants Development Specialist there.

Education

Amy earned a BS in Geology at SUNY College at Brockport and an AAS in Computer Information Systems at Jamestown Community College. She earned a Diploma in Divinity Studies at the Unification Theological Seminary (UTS) in 1983, and, in May 2012, was awarded a Master's of Religious Education degree at UTS.

Amy holds professional certifications as a Grant Professional Certified (GPC), and as a Certified Research Administrator (CRA).

Publications

Poster. Mini-Grant Writing: A Project-Based, Collaborative, Student-Centered Pedagogical Tool. Presentation at the 2010 SUNY Fredonia Teaching and Learning Conference, Fredonia, NY. August 16, 2010.

Poster. Building a Winning Team: Connecting the Office of Sponsored Programs with Curriculum and Instruction’s Graduate Course EDU 636: Issues, Trends and Research in Elementary Social Studies. Presentation (co-author Jill Marshall, Ph.D.) at the 2009 Society of Research Administrators (SRA) International Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. October 17-21, 2009.

Poster. Building a Winning Team: Connecting the Office of Sponsored Programs with Curriculum and Instruction’s Graduate Course EDU 636: Issues, Trends and Research in Elementary Social Studies. Presentation with co-author Dr. Jill Marshall, at the 2009 SUNY Fredonia Teaching and Learning Conference, Fredonia, NY. August 17, 2009.