2018-2022, Anabela Maia, Sally Hamouda, Rhode Island Consortium for Coastal Ecology Assessment, Innovation, and Modeling, National Science Foundation, $500,000 (Rhode Island College share).
2021, Sally Hamouda, Finding and visualizing engaging datasets for high school STEM teachers and students, NSF Rhode Island EPSCoR, OIA-1655221, $3,500.
2021, Anabela Maia, Sally Hamouda, Ana Cano-Morales, bringing equity and diversity to all research lab benches, NSF Rhode Island EPSCoR, OIA-1655221, $3,500.
2019, Sally Hamouda, The SIGCSE (Symposium for Special Interest Group in Computer Science Education) Travel Grant, $500.
Most Valuable Professor Award from Rhode Island College. In recognition of valuable contributions to the academic success of a student-athletes, 2018.
The following paper is one of the few papers explicitly linked as an example/reference in ACM ICER conference author guidelines: Kate Sanders, Judy Sheard, Brett Becker, Anna Eckerdal, Sally Hamouda, Simon. Inferential Statistics in Computing Education Research: A Methodological Review, 2018.