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FY15 Fourth Quarter Awards and Submissions

April 2015 - June 2015

Posted on Monday, July 6th, 2015 by UNCG Research.
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Awards

Awards separated by school/college. Listings by award amount, name of lead PI, title, and sponsor. 

Bryan School of Business and Economics Awards

$44,000.00 – Welsh, Dianne – Coleman Entrepreneurship Fellows – Coleman Foundation

$25,613.00 – Van Hasselt, Martyn – Evaluation of the Multi-Payer Advanced Primary Care Practice Demonstration – Research Triangle Institute (RTI International)

$16,999.00 – Byrd, Erick – Online Training Program in Winery Hospitality and Customer Service Management (WINE-HOST Training Project) – North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDACS)

$15,892.00 – Van Hasselt, Martyn – State Innovation Models (SIM) Initiative Evaluation – Research Triangle Institute (RTI International)

$5,000.00 – Boles, James – NC Muscadine Fresh Grape and Wine Exploratory Marketing Analysis Project – North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDACS)

$3,749.00 – Canziani, Bonnie – Vade-Mecum Business Plan Study – NCDENR Division of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

College of Arts and Sciences Awards

$493,567.00 – Reggio, Patricia – Molecular Determinants of Cannabinoid Activit – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$341,096.00 – Petersen, Kimberly – Asymmetric synthesis of highly functionalized lactones and lactams using a chiral Bronsted acid – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$188,028.00 – Keane, Susan – Reducing Barriers and Promoting Access to Culturally Competent Care for Underserved Populations: An Integrated, Interdisciplinary Model for Graduate Training – Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)

$175,000.00 – Silvia, Paul – Creative Connections: Measuring Imagination with Functional Network Connectivity – Imagination Institute

$126,360.00 – Reggio, Patricia – Senior Scientist Award: Molecular Determinants of Cannabinoid Activity – NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)

$57,200.00 – Parsons, Anne – Return of the Asylum: Deinstitutionalization and the Rise of the Prison – George Soros Open Society Institute

$44,000.00 – Rogers, Eugene – The Wisdom and the Danger in the Blood – University of Notre Dame

$39,636.00 – Blanchet-Sadri, Francine – Repetitions in Strings – DOD National Security Agency (NSA)

$20,000.00 – Yasaki, Dan – Voronoi Reduction Theory and Applications to Arithmetic Groups – DOD National Security Agency (NSA)

$17,916.00 – Yasaki, Dan – UNCG Summer School in Computational Number Theory – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$10,000.00 – Jia, Zhenquan – Cruciferous Sulforaphane for the Prevention of Diabetic Vascular Inflammation – Diabetes Action Research and Education Foundation

$10,000.00 – Oberlies, Nicholas – ITS Barcoding of Mushroom Samples: 3 competitor & 1 new vendor samples – New Chapter, Inc.

$9,000.00 – Nile, Terence – Summer Supplement to Support Undergraduate Research in the United Kingdom – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$7,661.60 – Rueppell, Olav – Effects of Steel Foundation Wire on Hygienic Removal and Chemical Content of Apis mellifera Brood – Project Apis m.

$5,000.00 – Hicks, Travis – The Servant Center: Building Program Research – The Servant Center

$3,000.00 – Murphy, Joanne – Kea Archaeological Research Survey: Testing the Value of Survey Data – Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP)

$1,234.60 – Wasserberg, Gideon – ISCA Technologies Agreement – ISCA Technologies, Inc.

Enrollment Management Awards

$60,000.00 – Irwin-Olson, Jeanne – North Carolina Rape Prevention and Education Program Primary Prevention Community Grants – NCDHHS DPH North Carolina Injury and Violence Prevention Branch

Health and Human Sciences Awards

$941,639.00 – Rhea, Christopher – TBI Assessment of Readiness using a Gait Evaluation Test (TARGET) – Department of Defense (DOD)

$791,868.00 – Anastopoulos, Arthur – Improving the Educational and Social Emotional Functioning of College Students with ADHD – DOED Institute of Education Sciences (IES)

$521,265.00 – Leerkes, Esther – Biological and Behavioral Predictors of Early School Success – National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)

$222,467.00 – Ennis, Catherine – Science of Healthful Living – Supplemental Request – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$133,919.00 – Mills-Koonce, William – Integrating Demography and Biosocial Stress Models of LGBTI Family Formation – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$104,182.00 – Rhea, Christopher – Balance assessment following combat mTBI – Henry M Jackson Foundation

$98,649.98 – Flynn, Perry – Exceptional Children State Speech-Language Consultant (2015-2016) – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)

$96,144.00 – Tanner, Amanda – CATCH: Comprehensive Assessment of Transition and Coordination for HIV+ Youth as they Move from Adolescent to Adult Care – University of Alabama at Birmingham

$53,922.53 – Laparo, Karen – The Measurement Development Project – NCDHHS Division of Child Development

$9,000.00 – Coakley, Tanya – Assessing the role and impact of African American fathers on their sons’ sexual behaviors – North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (NCAT )

$3,000.00 – Duffy, Donna – UNCG CWHW PAGWPSA Research Partnership with the Women’s Football Foundation Investigating the Different Aspects of Women’s Tackle Football Participation and Competition – Womens Football Foundation

$2,000.00 – Shultz, Sandra – The Relationship between Hamstring Musculo-articular Stiffness and Anterior Cruciate Ligament during Functional Unilateral and Bilateral Landing Tasks – American Society of Biomechanics (ASB)

Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering Awards

$306,001.00 – Wei, Jianjun – A Plasmonic Nano-Optofluidic Platform for Multiplexed Detection of Cardiac Biomarkers in Blood – NSF ENG Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental, and Transport Systems (CBET)

Research and Economic Development Awards

$447,456.00 – Elobeid, Maha – AmeriCorps ACCESS Project – North Carolina Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service

$258,537.00 – Edmunds, Julie – Third Party Evaluation of the i3 STEM Early College Expansion Partnership (SECEP) – Columbia University Teachers College

$181,500.00 – Frison, Sonja – Reclaiming Futures Coaching and Training Assistance – KBR, Inc.

$99,297.00 – Elobeid, Maha – Thriving at Three – United Way of Greater Greensboro

$93,593.50 – White, Jacquelyn – Evaluation of OVW Grant Programs – US Department of Justice (DOJ)

$90,832.00 – Elobeid, Maha – Micro-Enterprise for Refugees in the Triad (MERIT) – DHHS Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR)

$65,000.00 – Sechrist, Stacy – Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) for Eastern District of North Carolina – City of Fayetteville Police Department

$50,862.00 – McColskey, Wendy – Title III SIP Grant Evaluation – Forsyth Technical Community College

$45,628.44 – Daniel, Stephanie – Program and Mental Health Coordination – Forsyth County School Health Alliance

$33,835.20 – Daniel, Stephanie – Mental Health Consultation Clinic Coordinator – Forsyth County School Health Alliance

$27,497.00 – Lewis, Karla – Level II Service Strategies – Communities in Schools (CIS)

$24,582.00 – Payne, C. – North Carolina Infant Mental Health Association Early Childhood Workforce Development – Alamance County Department of Social Services

$20,276.00 – Daniel, Stephanie – ADHD Project Assistant – Forsyth County School Health Alliance

$14,399.00 – Gruber, Kenneth – Healthy Beginnings Evaluation 2015-16 – NCDHHS Division of Public Health (DPH)

$6,990.00 – Lewis, Karla – NESP Needs Assessment – Central Carolina Health Network (CCHN)

$6,006.87 – Daniel, Stephanie – Nonstandard Maternal Work Schedules & Child Health in Impoverished Families – Oklahoma State University

$5,000.00 – Elobeid, Maha – Building Capacity of Interpreter ACCESS Project – Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro

$2,500.00 – Gray, Patricia – UBEATS: A BioMusic STEM Intervention for ESL Students in Guilford County – Time Warner Cable of the Carolinas

$2,049.35 – Daniel, Stephanie – School Health Alliance Evaluation of mental health outcomes data – Forsyth County School Health Alliance

School of Education Awards

$138,061.85 – Wixson, Karen – NAEP Porgram Assessment and Transition – Educational Testing Service (ETS)

$42,000.00 – Carlone, Heidi – Engineering is Elementary (contract with Museum of Science, Boston) – Museum of Science, Boston

$26,779.10 – Hardin, Belinda – Online masters Degree Emphasis in Early Childhood Leadership and Program Administration – NCDHHS Division of Child Development

$18,000.00 – Penfield, Randall – Year-long internship with Castle Worldwide Inc. (OAERS contract) – Castle Worldwide, Inc.

$18,000.00 – Penfield, Randall – Data Analysis Contract with Guilford County Schools – Guilford County Schools

$14,978.00 – Cooper, Jewell – Family Real-World Literacy Project – Dollar General Literacy Foundation

$13,500.00 – Gonzalez, Laura – Bilingual Facilitator for Padres Promoviendo Preparation: Latino Parents Learning About College – Winston Salem Foundation

$11,250.00 – Penfield, Randall – Data Analysis Internships with CREDO (Saed Qunbar and Kim Tidwell) – CREDO

$1,800.00 – Willse, John – Reading Connections Data Analysis Contract – Reading Connections

$910.00 – Penfield, Randall – Assistantship with Saint Wall Street, LLC – Saint Wall Street LLC

$625.00 – Penfield, Randall – Data Analysis Internships with CREDO (Saed Qunbar and Kim Tidwell) – CREDO

School of Nursing Awards

$1,162,010.00 – Wallace, Debra – TRIAD-2 Center for Health Disparities Research – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$345,659.00 – Letvak, Susan – UNCG’s Veteran Access Program (VAP) To Prepare BSN Nurses – Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)

$48,073.00 – Krowchuk, Heidi – Nurse Anesthetist Traineeship Program (NAT) – Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)


Submissions

Submissions separated by school/college. Listings by award amount, name of lead PI, title, and sponsor. 

Bryan School of Business and Economics Submissions

$224,628.50 – Swann, Christopher – The Role of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program in Child-Only TANF Cases: Evidence from South Carolina Administrative Data – USDA Economic Research Service (ERS)

$218,250.00 – Singh, Rahul – Improving the Accessibility and Usability of mHealth for Blind and Visually Impaired Users. – NIH National Eye Institute

$149,975.59 – Hodges, Nancy – Cultivating Applied Technology Competencies among Undergraduates: Development and Assessment of Course Materials and Teaching Strategies – Department of Agriculture (USDA)

$114,737.03 – Hwang, Jiyoung – Identifying Barriers to Consumers’ Purchases of Local Foods at Farmers’ Markets: Increasing Competitiveness of Local Foods through Effective In-Store Marketing Management – USDA NIFA Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI)

$57,872.47 – Singh, Rahul – Insider Threat Modeling: A Socio-technical Approach – Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU)

$44,000.00 – Welsh, Dianne – Coleman Entrepreneurship Fellows – Coleman Foundation

$43,999.54 – Bhadury, Joyendu – Economic Analysis of Vegetation Management Practices – North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT)

$18,750.00 – Jin, Byoungho – Promoting Korean National Image through the Analysis of Korean Cultural Objects – Academy of Korean Studies

$18,000.00 – An, Heng – Crash Risk of the Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) – Real Estate Research Institute (RERI)

$4,999.50 – Boles, James – NC Muscadine Fresh Grape and Wine Exploratory Marketing Analysis Project – North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDACS)

College of Arts and Sciences Submissions

$1,999,473.55 – Schug, Malcolm – STEM Inspiration through Investigation, Innovation and Involvement – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$1,525,300.92 – Jia, Zhenquan – Vascular Inflammation Inhibition by Dry Beans-Derived Phytochemical Genistein – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$1,420,509.29 – Wasserberg, Gideon – Oviposition attractants for surveillance and control of sand flies, vectors of Leishmania – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$731,728.03 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Quantitative Approach to Predict Natural Product-Drug Interactions – Washington State University

$673,977.00 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Mechanisms underlying drug-diet interactions – Washington State University

$590,556.00 – Keane, Susan – GAANN: Pathways to Academic Clinical Psychology – US Department of Education (DOED)

$548,714.88 – Murphy, Arthur – Recipe for Success in North Carolina – NC DHHS Division of Social Services (DSS)

$499,461.00 – Rueppell, Olav – Honey bees, Varroa mites, and viruses: Understanding the disease triangle to improve honey bee health – USDA NIFA Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI)

$442,917.00 – Steimle, Paul – GAANN Fellowships in Environmental Health Sciences – US Department of Education (DOED)

$442,917.00 – Bell, Gregory – GAANN Fellowships in Computational Mathematics – US Department of Education (DOED)

$436,500.00 – Tomkiel Dean, John – Meiotic Pairing in Male Drosophila – NIH National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS)

$436,500.00 – Patel, Yashomati – Mechanism of Myosin Action in Glucose Uptake – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$436,428.71 – Touron, Dayna – Mind Wandering and Aging in the Laboratory and Daily Life – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$436,140.62 – Stein, Gabriela – Familial Cultural Values in the Lives of Latino Youth: Mediating Mechanisms – NIH National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)

$299,664.00 – Rueppell, Olav – Collaborative undergraduate training and research network on honey bee health and biology in North Carolina – USDA NIFA Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI)

$199,588.41 – Silvia, Paul – Multimethod Prediction of Parent-Child Aggression: The Following First Families (Triple-F) Study – University of Alabama at Birmingham

$118,225.80 – Smith, Julia – Building Relationships Among Parents, Teachers, and Early Head Start Children: Integrated Interventions that Improve Biological Responses to Stress and Emotion Regulation – Oklahoma State University

$112,329.72 – Keane, Susan – Meeting the needs of veterans and the Families – Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)

$87,300.00 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Advancing Pth1 as an Antibiotic Target and Early Stage Discovery of Pth1 Inhibitors – University of Alabama in Huntsville

$50,400.00 – Kinefuchi, Etsuko – Reading culture through dissent: Japan’s antinuclear power activism and pronuclear discourse – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

$50,400.00 – Zimmerman, Michael – Ignorance and Moral Responsibility – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

$50,400.00 – Dowd, Michelle – Shakespeare’s Working Words – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

$50,400.00 – Hontanilla, Ana – Sentiment and the Law in the Hispanic Atlantic (1770-1821): Governance Through and Resistance to Moral Classifications – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

$50,400.00 – Levine, Emily – Exceptional Institutions: Cities, Capital, and the Rise of the Research University – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

$50,400.00 – Tashima, Pauli – The Historicity of Authority: Status and Interpretation of the Zuo Tradition in Early Medieval China – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

$50,400.00 – Kilcup, Karen – “Stronger, Truer, Bolder”: Nineteenth-Century American Children’s Writing, Nature, and the Environment – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

$50,400.00 – Jones, Janine – #Blackgirlsmatter: Taking Back the Black Female Body for Philosophy – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

$50,400.00 – Eger, Alexander – Antioch: Urban Transformations in the Eastern Mediterranean from the Byzantine to Mamluk Periods (5th to 15th centuries C.E.) – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

$50,400.00 – Grossi, Veronica – Cosmopolitan Travels of Poetic Imagination in Balbuena, Sor Juana, Bello and Owen – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

$42,000.00 – Perrill, Elizabeth – Burnished by History: Blackware Pottery & Global Markets – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

$41,000.00 – McFadden, Cybelle – Franco-Arab Cinema: Transnational and Transcultural Crossings – European Institutes for Advanced Study (EURIAS)

$35,000.00 – Wasserboehr, Patricia – Memorial Series – Virginia A. Groot Foundation

$30,000.11 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Integrated Network of Cellular Signatures to Natural Products – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$30,000.00 – Kalcounis-Ruppell, Matina – Rodent Population and Community Responses to Coarse Woody Debris Manipulations – USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station

$28,520.00 – Levine, Emily – Exceptional Institutions: Cities, Capital, and the Rise of the Research University – European Institutes for Advanced Study (EURIAS)

$24,835.00 – Rueppell, Olav – Investigation of the unsaturated hydrocarbon linked to Varroa, DWV, and hygienic behavior in the honey bee (Apis mellifera) – Project Apis m.

$19,999.98 – Kalcounis-Ruppell, Matina – Occupancy and Roost Ecology of the Northern Long-eared Bat in Coastal North Carolina and Virginia – Understanding Peripheral Populations of a White-nose Syndrome Impacted Species – Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech)

$9,800.00 – Jovanovic, Spoma – Evaluating Participatory Budgeting in Greensboro – Villanova University Waterhouse Family Institute

$6,050.00 – Rinner, Susanne – Campus Weeks 2015: 25 Years German Unity – German Embassy

$5,000.00 – Hicks, Travis – The Servant Center: Building Program Research – The Servant Center

$2,000.00 – Weyler, Karen – Urban Printscapes: One Hundred Years of Print in the City – Massachusetts Historical Society

$1,234.60 – Wasserberg, Gideon – ISCA Technologies Agreement – ISCA Technologies, Inc.

Health and Human Sciences Submissions

$3,588,544.00 – Leerkes, Esther – Biopsychosocial predictors of obesity during the first 2 years of life – NIH National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)

$3,335,215.00 – Hestenes, Linda – North Carolina Rated License Assessment Project – NCDHHS Division of Child Development

$2,593,678.71 – Shriver, Lenka – Parents and Children with Teachers Together (PACT): Improving Diet Quality and Feeding Environment with Fruit and Vegetables for Young At-risk Children – USDA NIFA Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI)

$1,322,708.00 – Cassidy, Deborah – UNCG Partnership – Guilford County Partnership for Children

$545,625.00 – Brown, Natasha – Feasibility of Modifying a Research-Tested Childhood Obesity Intervention for Multigenerational African American Households – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$436,500.00 – Dharod, Jigna – Food Insecurity: How is it related to feeding practices, weight status and rate of weight gain during infancy – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$430,333.54 – Washington, Tyreasa – Family’s Impact on the Development of African American Children in Kinship Care – NIH National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)

$291,000.00 – Loo, George – Micronutrient dependence of phytohormetins – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$143,500.00 – Dollar, Jessica – Childhood positive affect and anger as predictors of adolescent risky behavior – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$141,367.69 – Beverly, Joseph – A Model to Evaluate Meal and Exercise Effects on Learning and Memory – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$124,769.00 – Flynn, Perry – Speech Language Pathology Service Contract with Phoenix Academy – Phoenix Academy

$123,000.55 – Rhea, Christopher – Balance assessment following combat mTBI – Henry M Jackson Foundation

$98,589.22 – Flynn, Perry – Exceptional Children State Speech-Language Consultant (2015-2016) – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)

$91,558.74 – Tanner, Amanda – Promoting sexual health among high-risk Latinas in an emerging US HIV epicenter – Wake Forest University Health Sciences

$90,000.00 – Smith, Paige – Prevention of polyvictimization in the lives of pregnant and parenting adolescents – NIH National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)

$76,920.31 – Perko, Michael – STTR: Promoting Whole Foods to Athletes: Avoiding Risks of Dietary Supplements – The National Center for Drug Free Sport

$25,000.00 – Scott-Little, Mary – Early Learning and Development Standards: An examination of caergivers’ knowledge, practices and professional development support and needs – DHHS ACF Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation

$2,457.50 – Chen, Ang – Understanding Physical Education Teacher Motivation in Relation to Job Resources and Demands – Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE)

$2,000.00 – Shultz, Sandra – The Relationship between Hamstring Musculo-articular Stiffness and Anterior Cruciate Ligament during Functional Unilateral and Bilateral Landing Tasks – American Society of Biomechanics (ASB)

Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering Submissions

$4,999,999.20 – Ryan, James – NASA Center for Science, Technology and Engineering for Minority Participation in Bio and Nanotechnology Development of Sensors (NASA-STEM-BINDS) – NASA Minority University Research and Education Division

$1,100,005.28 – Herr, Daniel – SENIC – Georgia Institute of Technology

$526,039.07 – Lajeunesse, Dennis – Physicochemical Determinants of Bacterial Interaction with Nanostructured Surfaces – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$71,750.00 – Herr, Daniel – Patterning Sub 7nm Structures – Applied Materials

$9,999.08 – Kepley, Christopher – A sustainable conch bait – Waitt Foundation

Research and Economic Development Submissions

$4,969,905.62 – Sienkiewicz, Holly – Surveillance, Technology, Education, and Partnerships to Advance Refugee Health (STEPs to Advance Refugee Health) – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

$469,565.25 – Bowman, Diana – Migrant Interstate Coordination (Results) Website – Research Triangle Institute (RTI International)

$420,643.00 – Payne, C. – Specialty Courts Staff Support – Guilford County Area Authority

$400,125.00 – Zhang, Wenliang – Dysregulation of GH/IGF-1 axis in Alcoholic Liver Disease – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$378,485.70 – Yamaguchi, Ryoko – Project T-STAT (Title I School Tiered Action Team) – Spencer Foundation

$279,899.40 – Frison, Sonja – Juvenile Justice Substance Abuse Mental Health Partnerships – East Carolina Behavioral Health

$238,703.85 – Gruber, Kenneth – Redirecting Youthful Drug Offenders: Overcoming Barriers to Juvenile Drug Court Treatment Program Completion Success – DOJ Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP)

$176,201.96 – Daniel, Stephanie – Work Organization and Health of Immigrant Latina Workers – Wake Forest University School of Medicine

$170,215.92 – Weil, John – Training and Technical Assistance for Offender Focused Domestic Violence Initiative (DVI) Nationwide Replication – CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice

$52,496.64 – Weil, John – Fayetteville Police Department – Carolinas Human Trafficking Task Force – US Department of Justice (DOJ)

$45,628.44 – Daniel, Stephanie – Program and Mental Health Coordination – Forsyth County School Health Alliance

$33,835.20 – Daniel, Stephanie – Mental Health Consultation Clinic Coordinator – Forsyth County School Health Alliance

$27,496.50 – Lewis, Karla – Level II Service Strategies – Communities in Schools (CIS)

$20,276.00 – Daniel, Stephanie – ADHD Project Assistant – Forsyth County School Health Alliance

$9,072.00 – Biddle, Elizabeth – CLASS AmeriCorps Member – Lawrence Foundation

$8,000.00 – Sechrist, Stacy – Evaluation of Fayetteville Police Department’s EKG Program – City of Fayetteville Police Department

$6,989.70 – Lewis, Karla – NESP Needs Assessment – Central Carolina Health Network (CCHN)

$2,500.00 – Gray, Patricia – UBEATS: A BioMusic STEM Intervention for ESL Students in Guilford County – Time Warner Cable of the Carolinas

$2,500.00 – Gray, Patricia – UBEATS: A BioMusic STEM Intervention for ESL Students in Guilford County – Time Warner Cable of the Carolinas

$2,049.35 – Daniel, Stephanie – School Health Alliance Evaluation of mental health outcomes data – Forsyth County School Health Alliance

$2,000.39 – Bowman, Diana – Mega-Conference Technical Assistance – Montgomery Alabama Board of Education

School of Education Submissions

$2,332,845.36 – Taub, Deborah – UNCG Promise: The Legacy Program for First-Generation Low-Income College Students – DOED Office of Postsecondary Education

$305,017.47 – Ryndak, Diane – Factors Contributing to Academic, Social, and Behavioral Outcomes for Elementary Students with the Most Significant Cognitive Disabilities – University of Kansas

$160,233.33 – Wixson, Karen – NAEP Porgram Assessment and Transition – Educational Testing Service (ETS)

$21,921.51 – Willse, John – OAERS contract with Winston Salem/Forsyth County Schools 2015-2016 – Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools

$18,000.00 – Penfield, Randall – Data Analysis Contract with Guilford County Schools – Guilford County Schools

$16,500.00 – Levin, Barbara – Innovative Learning Pedagogies: A Proposal for Case Studies of Current Practices, Goals, and Outcomes – Grable Foundation

$16,300.00 – Gonzalez, Laura – Bilingual Facilitator for Padres Promoviendo Preparation: Latino Parents Learning About College – Winston Salem Foundation

$1,799.95 – Willse, John – Reading Connections Data Analysis Contract – Reading Connections

$910.00 – Penfield, Randall – Assistantship with Saint Wall Street, LLC – Saint Wall Street LLC

School of Nursing Submissions

$99,643.00 – Debrew, Jacqueline – RN BSN Outreach programs – North Carolina Area Health Education Center (NC AHEC) Program

$68,159.63 – Wallace, Debra – Heart of Hypertension: Empowering African-American Men to Control Blood Pressure – Wake Forest University School of Medicine

University Libraries Submissions

$15,901.00 – Gorman, Keith – Teaching with Primary Sources: Special Collections and Community Engagement in the Triad – North Carolina State Library

University of North Carolina at Greensboro Submissions

$225,501.84 – Gregory, Christopher – Veterans Resource Center: A One-Stop Shop to Improve Veteran Services – DOED Office of Postsecondary Education

Weatherspoon Art Museum Submissions

$15,000.00 – Gustafson, Elaine – Pan American Modernism: Avant-Garde Art in Latin America and the United States – North Carolina Arts Council