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FY16 Second & Third Quarter Awards and Submissions


Posted on Friday, April 8th, 2016 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

$113,000 – Andersen, Martin – 2014 ACA PhRMA Project – Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America Foundation (PhRMA)

$50,000 – Bray, Jeremy – Screening, Briefing, Intervention, Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Evaluation – RFTOP 270-14-0448 – Research Triangle Institute (RTI International)

$30,672 – Jin, Byoungho – Toward the Global Leadership of Korea: Competitiveness and Social Responsibility of Korean Firms – Korea Research Foundation

$6,298 – Erba, Joseph – Small Business & Technology Development Center-2016 Student Funding Proposal – North Carolina Small Business and Technology Development Center (NC SBTDC)

$4,845 – Erba, Joseph – Procurement Technical Assistance Center – North Carolina Small Business and Technology Development Center (NC SBTDC)

College of Arts and Sciences Awards

$566,779 – Murphy, Arthur – Recipe for Success in North Carolina – NC DHHS Division of Social Services (DSS)

$502,734 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Natural Product Drug Interaction Research: The Road Map to Best Practices – NIH National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine

$493,066 – Anastopoulos, Arthur – Longitudinal Outcome of College Students with ADHD – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$452,137 – Reggio, Patricia – Molecular Determinants of Cannabinoid Activity – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$373,037 – Wasserberg, Gideon – Oviposition attractants for surveillance and control of sand flies, vectors of Leishmania – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$352,124 – Cech, Nadja – Strategies to Investigate Synergy in Botanical Medicines – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$180,000 – Leimenstoll, Jo – North Carolina Main Street Program – Department of Commerce (DOC)

$98,904 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Mechanisms of Silymarin Hepatoprotection – University of Washington

$79,362 – Cech, Nadja – Predoctoral Training: Innovative Technologies for Natural Products and CAM Research – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$74,756 – Green, Nancy – UNCG-NCSU Subagreement: Natural Language Generation of Narratives – North Carolina State University (NCSU)

$71,902 – Reggio, Patricia Molecular Characterization of GPR35 and GPR55, Putative Cannabinoid Receptors – Temple University

$54,785 – Anastopoulos, Arthur – Longitudinal Outcome of College Students with ADHD – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$49,979 – Reggio, Patricia – Molecular Characterization of GPR35 and GPR55, Putative Cannabinoid Receptors – Temple University

$42,696 – Smith, Julia – Center for Research on Hispanic Children and Families – Child Trends

$42,000 – Rupert, Linda – Flight to Freedom: Fugitive Slaves and Imperial Policy in the Early Modern Caribbean – Brown University John Carter Brown Library

$35,000 – Gao, Xiaoli – Robust Estimation and Signal Approximation for High-dimensional Data – Simons Foundation

$35,000 – Smyth, Clifford – Collaboration in Combinatorics – Simons Foundation

$29,445 – Cech, Nadja – Inhibition of spreading factors with natural products: A new anti-virulence approach against pathogenic bacteria. – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$21,000 – Stine, Roy – Student Internship Program with Guilford County – Guilford County

$20,000 – Villella, Peter – History of the Chichimec Nation: Translation of Fernando de Alva Ixtlilxochitl’s Seventeenth-Century History of Mexico – University of Iowa

$13,500 – Oberlies, Nicholas – ITS Barcoding of Mushroom Samples: 3 competitor & 1 new vendor samples – New Chapter, Inc.

$10,019 – Stine, Roy – GIS Research Internships with Syngenta Crop Protection Inc. – Syngenta Crop Protection Inc.

$9,000 – Murphy, Joanne – Death and Palaces – Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP)

$8,775 – Pauli, Sebastian – UNCG Summer School in Computational Number Theory – NSF Directorate for Mathematical and Physical Sciences (MPS)

$5,000 – Smith, Julia – Center for Research on Hispanic Children and Families – Child Trends

$2,910 – Croatt, Mitchell – Croatt Biochem Agreement 1 – PharmaCore, Inc.

$2,000 – Sametz, Lynn – Science, Science Everywhere – UNC GA Academic Affairs

$1,700 – Delaney, Peter – RRR Rand – Association for Psychological Science (APS)

Health and Human Sciences Awards

$581,080 – Laparo, Karen – The Measurement Development Project – NCDHHS Division of Child Development

$315,053 – Wyrick, David – The Intersection of Alcohol and Sex: Engineering an online STI Prevention Program – Pennsylvania State University

$232,172 – Calkins, Susan Psychobiology of Cognitive Development (CAP Study, revision) – Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech)

$165,000 – Poole, Kelly – Partnership to Address Co-Occurring Disorders in Vulnerable Populations – Cone Health Foundation

$110,974 – Poole, Kelly – Congregational Social Work Education Initiative (CSWEI 2015-16) – Cone Health Foundation

$109,823 – Cassidy, Deborah – UNCG Partnership – Guilford County Partnership for Children

$30,000 – Reifsteck, Erin – Expansion of the Moving On! Transition Program: Promoting the Long-Term Health and Well-Being of Student-Athletes – National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

$27,662 – Tanner, Amanda – Tailored use of social media to improve engagement and retention in care and health outcomes for MSM with HIV – Wake Forest University Health Sciences

$25,000 – Scott-Little, Mary – Supporting Development of the North Carolina K – 3 Assessment – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)

$25,000 – 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

$20,000 – Shreeniwas, Sudha – To support a study of “How Structured Creative Visual Arts Programs enhance wellbeing of Seniors with Cognitive Limitations” – National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)

$18,819 – Rhea, Christopher – Balance assessment following combat mTBI – Henry M Jackson Foundation

$9,000 – Pulliam, Regina – Graduate Experiential Learning Experience in Student Health and Wellness with the Thrive Program – Wake Forest University

$5,000 – Floyd-Pickard, Melissa – HHS Social Work Department Agreement with Peacehaven Farm, Inc. – Peacehaven Community Farm, Inc.

Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering Awards

$176,000 – Herr, Daniel – SENIC – Georgia Institute of Technology

$100,000 – Kepley, Christopher – Bringing serum to the bedside; prototyping the B2S System – North Carolina Biotechnology Center (NCBC)

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

$1,000.00 – Ryan, James – Gateway to Science event – North Carolina Science Festival

Research and Economic Development Awards

$1,374,004 – Edmunds, Julie – Project evaluation-Central Ohio College and Career Readiness Partnership – Columbus State Community College

$360,000 – Shelton, Terri – NC Preventing Underage Drinking Initiative – NC DHHS Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services

$300,000 – Edmunds, Julie – Evaluation of First in the World Grant – Wake Technical Community College

$221,379 – Edmunds, Julie – Third Party Evaluation of the i3 STEM Early College Expansion Partnership (SECEP) – Columbia University Teachers College

$216,267 – Elobeid, Maha – Micro-Enterprise for Refugees in the Triad (MERIT) – DHHS Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR)

$156,794 – Shelton, Terri – North Carolina Intensive Prevention Technical Assistant System – Sandhills Center Local Management Entity

$155,066 – Payne, C. – Support for Implementation of Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships – Guilford Child Development

$135,144 – Elobeid, Maha – Immigrant Health ACCESS Project – Cone Health Foundation

$99,096 – Payne, C. – Bringing Out the Best: Supporting Young Children’s Social and Emotional Development – Guilford County Partnership for Children

$98,312 – McColskey, Wendy 21st – CCLC Program Evaluation – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)

$91,520 – McColskey, Wendy – 2015-16 NCDPI After-School School Quality Improvement Grant – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)

$60,000 – Sienkiewicz, Holly – Interpreters for Code Inspectors – Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro

$58,300 – Zhang, Qibin – Identification of Protein Markers for Diabetic Complications – T1D Exchange Biobank

$33,102 – Moore, Stephen – Degrees Matter: Advisor and Volunteer Coordinator – Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro

$21,563 – McColskey, Wendy – SEADAP Evaluation – Temple University

$21,368 – Gruber, Kenneth – Research and Technical Assistance Project – North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (NCAT )

$20,000 – Sienkiewicz, Holly – Addressing Family Violence in Multi-ethnic Refugee Communities North Carolina Council for Women

$14,945 – Hancock, George – for Desk Monitoring McKinney-Vento Programs in Selected School Districts in Indiana – Indiana Department of Education (IDOE)

$13,897 – Payne, C. Supporting Vulnerable Families through the Juvenile Court Infant Toddler Initiative – Guilford County Partnership for Children

$11,000 – Gruber, Kenneth – Access to Integrated Care by the Uninsured in Greater Greensboro – Cone Health Foundation

$10,703 – Gruber, Kenneth – Adolescents and Barriers to Selecting More Healthy Food Choices Study – North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (NCAT )

$8,000 – Sechrist, Stacy – Evaluation of Fayetteville Police Department’s EKG Program – City of Fayetteville Police Department

$6,722 – McColskey, Wendy – SEADAP Evaluation – Temple University

$5,760 – Hancock, George – Comprehensive Needs Assessment – Moore County School System

$5,500 – Gruber, Kenneth – Addressing Co-Occuring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders – Cone Health Foundation

$5,200 – Bowman, Diana – Homeless Education Product Review – State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

$4,948 – Biddle, Elizabeth – Afternoon Academics Kinder Morgan Foundation

$4,000 – Sechrist, Stacy – Durham Police Department Byrne Grant – Durham Police Department

$3,514 – Lewis, Karla – Literature Review – The Queens Foundation

$3,359 – Hancock, George – Comprehensive Needs Assessment at Southern Middle School – Moore County Schools – North Carolina Moore County School System

School of Education Awards

$281,247 – Wilson, Peter – CMaPSS: Core Mathematics Instructional Practices in Secondary Schools (NC Quest 2016-2017) – UNCGA North Carolina Quest (NC Quest)

$250,000 – Rock, Marcia – UNCG LINK-2-LEAD – DOED Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS)

$244,115 – Jacobs, Victoria – Theorizing and Advancing Teachers’ Responsive Decision Making in the Domain of Rational Numbers – University of Texas at Austin

$82,400 – Ackerman, Terry – Using projective unidimensional models for measuring multidimensional educational data (resubmission) – Wake Forest University

$47,660 – Gillis, Margaret – Online masters Degree Emphasis in Early Childhood Leadership and Program Administration – NCDHHS Division of Child Development

$45,045 – Penfield, Randall – NC New Teacher Support Program          – University of North Carolina General Administration (UNC GA)

$42,355 – Willse, John – US Lacrosse Evaluation, OAERS Contract (2015) – US Lacrosse

$14,494 – Jackson-Newsom, Julia – Prevalence and Traits of FASD in the US Population: Evidence from Schools – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH)

$12,900 – Wilson, Peter – Contextual Research – Empirical: Building a Conceptual Model of Learning-Trajectory Based Instruction sub – North Carolina State University (NCSU)

$6,600 – Ackerman, Terry – NC Bar Association contract 2015-2016 – North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA)

$5,000 – Fairbanks, Colleen – It Takes a Village: An Assault on Struggling Readers’ Dilemma – Elon University

School of Music, Theatre & Dance Awards

$15,000 – Rauer, Erika – UNCG Community Arts Collaborative Arts After School Program – United Way of Greater Greensboro

$1,000 – Burke, Kelly – Saturday Seminars for Arts Administration – Self Employment in the Arts (SEA)

School of Nursing Awards

$1,000 – Krowchuk, Heidi – Gold-AACN White Coat Ceremony for Nursing – The Arnold P. Gold Foundation

Weatherspoon Art Museum Awards

$9,500 – Gustafson, Elaine – Pan American Modernism: Avant-Garde Art in Latin America and the United States – North Carolina Arts Council


Submissions

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

Bryan School of Business and Economics Submissions

$1,706,912 – Bray, Jeremy – Quality Adjusted Life Years in Alcohol Cost-Effectiveness Research PA-15-251 – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$30,000 – Jin, Byoungho – Toward the Global Leadership of Korea: Competitiveness and Social Responsibility of Korean Firms – Korea Research Foundation

$20,669 – Erba, Joseph – UNC-GA Summer Student Initiative – North Carolina Small Business and Technology Development Center (NC SBTDC) 

$6,298 – Erba, Joseph – Small Business & Technology Development Center-2016 Student Funding Proposal – North Carolina Small Business and Technology Development Center (NC SBTDC) 

$4,845 – Erba, Joseph – Procurement Technical Assistance Center – North Carolina Small Business and Technology Development Center (NC SBTDC)

College of Arts and Sciences Submissions

$921,036 – Keane, Susan – Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration: Reducing Barriers to Care in Underserved Populations – Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)

$670,881 – Murphy, Arthur – Recipe for Success in North Carolina – NCDHHS Division of Social Services (DSS)

$545,625 – Reggio, Patricia – Biased CB1 Ligands Differentiate Signaling Pathways via Distinct Barcodes – University of Connecticut

$455,243 – Jia, Zhenquan – Novel Carbon Nanodots against Vascular Inflammation – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$436,500 – Tomkiel Dean, John – Meiotic Pairing in Male Drosophila – NIH National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS)

$436,500 – Patel, Yashomati – Mechanism of Myosin Action in Glucose Uptake – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$436,384 – Touron, Dayna – Mind Wandering and Aging in the Laboratory and Daily Life – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$423,697 – Croatt, Mitchell – Resorcylic acid lactones as anticancer leads by TAK1 inhibition – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$397,032 – Green, Nancy – RI:Small:Knowledge-Based Argumentation Mining – NSF Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE)

$392,850 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Tackling Drug Resistance with New Drugs and Functional Nanoparticles – Boston University Board of Trustees

$345,542 – Blanchet-Sadri, Francine – AF:Small:Algorithms on Strings – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$311,370 – Pauli, Sebastian – Collaborative Research: Enumeration of extensions of local fields and computation of their invariants – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$299,938 – Gerace, William – Self-efficacy Intervention to Improve STEM Performance – NSF Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR)

$298,396 – Green, Nancy – Analyzing Logic in Scientific Argumentation – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$274,724 – Tate, Stephen – TWC: Small: Collaborative: Certified Software for Security Enclaves – NSF Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE)

$229,306 – Tsui, Tsz-Ki – Collaborative Proposal: Effects of Wildfire Severity on Distribution, Speciation and Mobilization of Mercury in northern California Forested Watersheds – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$218,250 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Natural product modulation of cellular metabolism and inflammation – University of Washington

$210,672 – Croatt, Mitchell – A Combined Experimental and Computational Mechanistic Investigation into Decarboxylation Reactions – East Carolina University (ECU)

$206,057 – Blanchet-Sadri, Francine – Combinatorics on Repetitions in Strings – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$199,913 – Rueppell, Olav – Studies of a Novel Sustainable Method for Varroa Mite Control – Project Apis m.

$180,000 – Leimenstoll, Jo – North Carolina Main Street Program – Department of Commerce (DOC)

$172,211 – Silvia, Paul – Multimethod Prediction of Parent-Child Aggression: The Following First Families (Triple-F) Study – University of Alabama at Birmingham

$170,154 – Miroshnichenko, Anatoly – Exploring New Effects of the B[e] Phenomenon in Binary Systems – NSF Directorate for Mathematical and Physical Sciences (MPS)

$162,642 – Cavanaugh, Alyson – Distinguishing risk mechanisms from peer and teacher discrimination to Mexican-origin youth’s substance use: Identifying cultural, psychological, and physiological protective processes. – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$150,000 – Rueppell, Olav – Effects of early developmental stress on Apis mellifera – Project Apis m.

$138,000 – Kwapil, Thomas – Differentiating impulsivity dimensions using experience sampling and ambulatory psychophysiological assessment – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$138,000 – Schallhorn, Suzanne – Interaction of Additive Dopaminergic Genetic Variation & Acute Stress on Working Memory – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$138,000 – Silvia, Paul – Understanding Inner Music: Musical Imagery and Mental Control – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$138,000 – Stein, Gabriela – Exploring the emotional underpinnings of familism: the role of pride and shame in academic achievement among adolescents and young adults – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$137,758 – Sadri, Fereidoon – Query Processing in Uncertain Information Integration – NSF Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE)

$125,053 – Gao, Xiaoli – Weight Shrinkage for Robust Data Analysis and Signal Approximation – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$117,857 – Jia, Zhenquan – Anti-obesity effects and mechanisms of combinations of soybean genistein, green tea EGCG and grape resveratrol in obese mice and fat cells – Tennessee State University

$102,000 – Schallhorn, Suzanne – Thinking under pressure: Interaction of dopaminergic genetic variants and stress on working memory – American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)

$99,998 – Sills, Stephen – Unhealthy Homes and Childhood Asthma: Geospatial Data Surveillance and Action Plan for Greensboro – AcademyHealth

$99,813 – Cech, Nadja – Investigation of Synergy and Complexity in the Dietary Supplement Usnea barbata – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$94,064 – Pauli, Sebastian – UNCG Summer School in Computational Number Theory – NSF Directorate for Mathematical and Physical Sciences (MPS)

$90,726 – Rueppell, Olav – Effects of early developmental stress on honey bees – US Department of Agriculture (USDA)

$85,924 – Cech, Nadja – Inhibition of spreading factors with natural products: A new anti-virulence approach against pathogenic bacteria. – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$76,388 – Oberlies, Nicholas – F31 application for Diana Kao – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$74,940 – Green, Nancy – UNCG-NCSU Subagreement: Natural Language Generation of Narratives – North Carolina State University (NCSU)

$74,844 – Legreco, Marianne – Building Local Foodscapes: Using an Arts-Based Planning Process for Neighborhood Revitalization – Kresge Foundation

$72,750 – Jia, Zhenquan – Synergistic Effect of Hypoxia on DEHP-Induced Alteration of Steroidogenesis – Campbell University

$72,000 – Stein, Gabriela – Exploring the emotional underpinnings of familism: the role of pride and shame in academic achievement among young adults – Ford Foundation

$70,627 – Rueppell, Olav – Characterization and Synthesis of Compounds Capable of Inducing Hygienic Behavior in Honey Bees; A Method to Control Varroa Mites in Honey Bees Hives – North Carolina Biotechnology Center (NCBC)

$60,000 – Tashima, Pauli – The Historicity of Authority: Status and Interpretation of the Zuo Tradition in Early Medieval China – SU Center for East Asian Studies

$60,000 – Green, Tara – Alice Dunbar-Nelson: Her Life and Work – Emory University (EU) $55,000 – Soles, Jeffrey – Mochlos 2016: Publication and Site Conservation – Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP)

$53,236 – Green, Tara – Alice Dunbar-Nelson: A Study of Her Life and Work – Harvard University Hutchins Center for African and African American Research

$50,918 – Filene, Benjamin – Reading, Writing, and Race: One Children’s Book and the Power of Stories – Levine Museum of the New South

$50,000 – Soles, Jeffrey – Mochlos V, the Mochlos Ceremonial Complex – Shelby White and Leon Levy Program for Archaeological Publications

$50,000 – Tashima, Pauli – The Historicity of Authority: Status and Interpretation of the Zuo Tradition in Early Medieval China – Yale University Council on East Asian Studies (CEAS)

$50,000 – Tashima, Pauli – The Historicity of Authority: Status and Interpretation of the Zuo Tradition in Early Medieval China – American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS)

$48,000 – Perrill, Elizabeth – Burnished: Crafting a Global Blackware Pottery Market – Smithsonian Institution (SI)

$42,000 – Rupert, Linda – Flight to Freedom: Fugitive Slaves and Imperial Policy in the Early Modern Caribbean – Brown University John Carter Brown Library

$40,500 – Perrill, Elizabeth – Burnished: Crafting a Global Blackware Pottery Market – School for Advanced Research (SAR)

$40,000 – Perrill, Elizabeth – Burnished: Crafting a Global Blackware Pottery Market – School for Advanced Research (SAR)

$40,000 – Nash, Donna – Archaeology of the Imperial Process: The Life Course of the Wari Empire – School for Advanced Research (SAR)

$39,720 – Gao, Xiaoli – Penalized Weighted Shrinkage for Robust Data Analysis and Signal Approximations – DOD National Security Agency (NSA)

$38,730 – Rychtar, Jan – The Annual UNCG Regional Mathematics & Statistics Conference – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$36,375 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Role of S. aureus agr-activation in diabetic skin infections – University of New Mexico Board of Regents

$35,000 – Lewis, Thomas – Numerical Methods for Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations – Simons Foundation

$35,000 – Tashima, Pauli – The Historicity of Authority: Status and Interpretation of the Zuo Tradition in Early Medieval China – American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS)

$35,000 – Nash, Donna – Imperial Styles: Changing Identities in the Wari Empire – Dumbarton Oaks Research Libarary and Collection

$33,800 – Jones, Jeff – Smoke, Mirrors and Memories: Varying Perspectives of the Soviet-Afghan War, 1979-2014 – National Humanities Center

$31,400 – Morrissette, Noelle – Anne Spencer: Letters and Legacy – National Humanities Center

$31,400 – Morrissette, Noelle – Anne Spencer: Letters and Legacy – Howard Foundation

$31,273 – Perrill, Elizabeth – Burnished: Crafting Global Markets of Blackware Pottery – National Humanities Center

$30,000 – Tashima, Pauli – The Historicity of Authority: Status and Interpretation of the Zuo Tradition in Early Medieval China – American Association of University Women (AAUW)

$29,887 – McFadden, Cybelle – Race, Place, and the Republic: Immigration, Discrimination, and Citizenship in Contemporary French Film – National Humanities Center

$28,586 – Eger, Alexander – Islamic Antioch: A History of a Medieval City from the 5th to 15th Centurie – National Humanities Center

$25,500 – Gupta, Sat – AISC 2016 – International Conference on Advances in Interdisciplinary Statistics and Combinatorics – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$20,000 – Gray, Rosemery – Reducing stigma and prejudice against immigrants and refugees – American Psychological Foundation (APF)

$15,204 – Hontanilla, Ana – Sentiment and the Law in the Hispanic Atlantic (1770-1821) – Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (MPIeR)

$10,000 – Vines, Amy – Cultures of Chivalry: The Context of a Medieval Ideal – The Dallas Foundation

$10,000 – Sills, Stephen – CHCS Capacity Building Grant for Fair Housing Testing Coordinator Training – Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro

$9,872 – Rueppell, Olav – Israeli Acute Paralysis Virus consequences for queen health, transmission routes, and immune priming. – North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (NAPPC)

$9,600 – Marcovitch, Stuart – APA Summer Undergraduate Research Opportunity Grants – American Psychological Association (APA)

$9,000 – Murphy, Joanne – Death and Palaces – Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP)

$6,737 – Knapp, Paul – Doctoral Dissertation Research: Longleaf Pine Masting, Climate Variability and Tick-borne Disease Prevalence in the Southeastern U.S. – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$5,998 – Nash, Donna – Beads, Ethnicity, and Empire in the Wari Colony of Moquegua – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$5,941 – Nash, Donna – Cuisine, Cooking Pots, and Ethnicity in the Wari Colony of Moquegua, Peru – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$4,000 – Huebner, Daniel – Creating Normal Schools: Institutional Factors in the Development of Teacher Education in the American South, 1865-1930 – American Philosophical Society (APS)

$4,000 – Huebner, Daniel – Creating Normal Schools: Institutional Factors in the Development of Teacher Education in the American South, 1865-1930 – Rockefeller Archive Center

$4,000 – Daynes, Sarah – A Something in the Process of Becoming: The Relationship between Prewar French and American Sociology – Rockefeller Archive Center

$4,000 – Morrissette, Noelle – Anne Spencer: Letters, 1901-1975 – Yale University Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

$3,828 – Knapp, Paul – Reconstructing Arctic Sea Ice, Summer Surface Temperature, and Wildfire Extent in the Northern Rockies and North Cascades, USA Using Multi-century Alpine Larch Tree-Ring Records – Appalachian State University (ASU)

$2,999 – Yasaki, Dan – RiP: Constructing Explicit Elements in Algebraic K-Theory – Elsevier Foundation

$2,910 – Croatt, Mitchell – Croatt Biochem Agreement 1 – PharmaCore, Inc.

$2,001 – Hicks, Travis – Innovation Village – Forward Impact, Inc.

$2,000 – Sametz, Lynn – Science, Science Everywhere – UNC GA Academic Affairs

$1,700 – Delaney, Peter – RRR Rand – Association for Psychological Science (APS)

Enrollment Management Submissions

$60,000 – Irwin-Olson, Jeanne – RPE Rape Prevention Education – Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)

$40,000 – Whitney, Jennifer – RecoveryZone: Building Recovery Capacity through Ally Training – Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

Health and Human Sciences Submissions

$3,587,498 – Leerkes, Esther – Biopsychosocial predictors of obesity during the first 2 years of life – NIH National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)

$1,225,743 – Tucker, Denise – Inter-Institutional Doctoral Education Arrangement for Learning and Leadership in Communication Sciences and Disorders – US Department of Education (DOED)

$648,866 – Floyd-Pickard, Melissa – Social Work SBIRT Scholars – Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

$447,404 – Coakley, Tanya – Father intervention to prevent at-risk sexual behaviors in African American boys – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$438,399 – Schmitz, Randy – Biomechanical Factors in Knee Cartilage Health – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$436,426 – 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)

$422,521 – Raisbeck, Louisa – Merging attentional focus and balance training to reduce fall risk in older adults – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$400,125 – Mills-Koonce, William – Biopsychosocial Factors Associated with Youth Sports and Executive Functioning – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$400,000 – Milroy, Jeffrey – Increasing Concussion Disclosure among Athletes – National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

$390,268 – Rulison, Kelly – The Co-evolution of Social Networks and Alcohol Use: Developing a Comprehensive Model of how Social Networks Shape Alcohol Use during College – NIH National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)

$145,500 – Perry, Nicole – Trajectories of Maternal-Child Co-regulation Predict Children’s Emotional and Cognitive Self-regulatory Functioning – NIH National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)

$143,404 – Laparo, Karen – Early Childhood Quality Improvement Pathways System (EQuIPS) Public School Version Research Plan: ILLINOIS – National Louis University

$138,000 – Mills-Koonce, William – The Effects of Organized Sport Participation on Young Children’s Executive Functioning – NSF Social, Behavioral, and Economic Science (SBE)

$130,000 – Wyrick, David – Evaluation contract for InSideOut Coaching Character – National Football League (NFL) Foundation

$121,472 – Tanner, Amanda – Evaluating Locally-Developed or Adapted (Homegrown) Combination HIV Prevention Interventions for Transgender Persons who have Sex with Men – Wake Forest University Health Sciences

$106,150 – Phillips, Susan – Association of Eumelanin Activity and Susceptibility to Noise Induced Hearing Loss – NIH National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD)

$93,631 – Lee, Justin – Center for Health, Employment and Ending Racism in the South (CHEERS) – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH)

$82,340 – Milroy, Jeffrey – STTR: Increasing concussion disclosure among athletes – Prevention Strategies

$50,000 – Reifsteck, Erin – Expansion of the Moving On! Transition Program: Promoting the Long-Term Health and Well-Being of Student-Athletes – National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

$39,385 – Buehler, Cheryl – Clarifying the Dynamic Construct of Social Competence: An Examination of Trajectories and Antecedents of Social Competence Dimensions across Childhood – Florida State University

$25,000 – Scott-Little, Mary – Supporting Development of the North Carolina K – 3 Assessment – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)

$20,000 – Ross, Scott – The Impact of Concussions on Neuromotor and Neurocognitive Performance of Women Athletes Playing Full-Contact American Football – American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Foundation (AMSSM)

$15,000 – Mills-Koonce, William – Linking Provider Role Attitudes with Individual Well-being, Relationship Functioning and Gendered Behavior Patterns among Same-Sex, Gender Non-Conforming, and Transgender Couples – American Psychological Foundation (APF)

$12,780 – Milroy, Jeffrey – Evaluation Proposal – Let Me Run

$9,000 – Pulliam, Regina – Graduate Experiential Learning Experience in Student Health and Wellness with the Thrive Program – Wake Forest University

$5,000 – Floyd-Pickard, Melissa – HHS Social Work Department Agreement with Peacehaven Farm, Inc. – Peacehaven Community Farm, Inc.

$3,662 – Raleigh, Louise – Transgender Voice and Communication Group Program – Guilford Green Foundation

$2,670 – Reifsteck, Erin – Examining health literacy and health status of minority college students – Winston-Salem State University (WSSU)

$2,500 – Shultz, Sandra – The influence of hip structure and gluteal activation on dynamic knee valgus – National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA)

Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering Submissions

$1,107,140 – Starobin, Joseph – Method for non-invasive cardiac health monitoring using wearable self-powered ECG micro-system – DOD DA Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity

$400,125 – Kepley, Christopher – Examination of the role of mast cells in alcohol-induced tissue damage – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$400,125 – Kepley, Christopher – Developing and testing a molecularly targeted glioblastoma theranostic – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$287,750 – Kepley, Christopher – Reduction of seine net bycatch through reduced demand on forage fish populations using a new synthetic crustacean bait – DOC National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

$242,946 – Kepley, Christopher – Engineering and modeling a synthetic crustacean bait to restore ocean ecosystems through forage fish preservation. – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$211,016 – Lajeunesse, Dennis – Control of Chitin self-assembly and organization – NSF Directorate for Mathematical and Physical Sciences (MPS)

$207,423 – Starobin, Joseph – Noninvasive assessment of cardiac electrophysiological response to exposure of nanoparticles in mice – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$198,333 – Lajeunesse, Dennis – Nanoscale mechanical cell/substrate interactions – NSF Directorate for Engineering (ENG)

$149,955 – Wei, Jianjun – A smartphone biosensing platform towards low-cost label-free diagnostic testingzUniversity of Alabama in Huntsville

$145,500 – Wei, Jianjun – Carbon quantum dots (CQDs) on inhibition of TNF-alpha-induced monocyte adhesion to primary endothelial cells: Role of the size and surface Charges – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$104,001 – Starobin, Joseph – Development of a wearable cardiac energy harvesting microsystem – North Carolina Biotechnology Center (NCBC)

$49,468 – Starobin, Joseph – Noninvasive method for assessing cardiovascular stress arising from acute exposure to nanoparticles – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$48,716 – Wei, Jianjun – SBIR: A Lab-on-chip Device for Detecting Biomarkers of Early Multiorgan Injury in Saliva – AxNano, LLC

$1,000 – Ryan, James – Gateway to Science event – North Carolina Science Festival

Research and Economic Development Submissions

$2,197,529 – Zhang, Qibin – Protein Markers to T1D Progression – National Institutes of Health (NIH) 

$1,066,064 – Zhang, Qibin – Discovery and validation of biomarkers of cardiorenal complications in type 1 diabetes – University of Colorado Denver

 $916,380 – Zhong, Wei – Role of PPAR-Catalase Pathway in Alcoholic Liver Disease – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

 $349,924 – Frison, Sonja – High Point Returning Young Fathers Program (HPRYFP) – DOJ Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP)

$317,502 – Sienkiewicz, Holly – AmeriCorps ACCESS Project – North Carolina Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service

$300,000 – Edmunds, Julie – Evaluation of First in the World Grant – Wake Technical Community College

$156,794 – Shelton, Terri – North Carolina Intensive Prevention Technical Assistant System – Sandhills Center Local Management Entity

$149,999 – Noel, Lloyd – UNCG Virtual Proof of Concept Center(VPOCC) and Innovation Culture Change – Department of Commerce (DOC)

$134,124 – Elobeid, Maha – Immigrant Health ACCESS Project – Cone Health Foundation

$110,000 – Zhang, Qibin – Pancreatic Proteins as Serum Markers of T1D – JDRF International

$110,000 – Zhang, Qibin – Serum markers to islet autoimmunity and T1D progression – JDRF International

$107,348 – Sienkiewicz, Holly – Thriving at Three – United Way of Greater Greensboro

$96,152 – McColskey, Wendy – 21st CCLC Program Evaluation – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)

$91,520 – McColskey, Wendy – 2015-16 NCDPI After-School School Quality Improvement Grant: – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)

$85,046 – McColskey, Wendy – Evaluation of the MIMICS Project – East Carolina University (ECU)

$60,000 – Sills, Stephen – Unhealthy Homes & Childhood Asthma: Community Action Planning for an Asthma Safe City – Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF)

$60,000 – Sienkiewicz, Holly – Interpreters for Code Inspectors – Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro

$58,300 – Zhang, Qibin – Identification of Protein Markers for Diabetic Complications – T1D Exchange Biobank

$51,202 – Sienkiewicz, Holly – Newcomers CLASS ( Culture, Language and Adult Self Sufficiency ) – United Way of Greater Greensboro

$50,000 – Sills, Stephen – MEASURING THE IMPACT OF THE HOUSING CRISIS: A Census of Housing Stock in Greensboro – Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro

$43,611 – Gruber, Kenneth – Changing direction: Reworking a general education course to examine the social-situation contexts of healthy food consumption and other health prompting behaviors – North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (NCAT )

$39,919 – Yamaguchi, Ryoko – GIRLS ROCK TECH: Integrating Computer Science Education into a National Girls Empowerment Program – Howard University

$31,532 – Lewis, Karla – Implementation Evaluation – Furman University Riley Institute

$25,000 – Elobeid, Maha – Road to College – GlaxoSmithKline Foundation

$14,946 – Hancock, George – for Desk Monitoring McKinney-Vento Programs in Selected School Districts in Indiana – Indiana Department of Education (IDOE)

$14,923 – Gruber, Kenneth – Healthy Beginnings Evaluation 2016-2017 – NCDHHS Division of Public Health (DPH)

$11,000 – Gruber, Kenneth – Access to Integrated Care by the Uninsured in Greater Greensboro – Cone Health Foundation

$6,000 – Sills, Stephen – Technical Assistance to Greensboro Housing Coalition CLEAN (Commitment to Long-term Elimination of Asthma in Neighborhood) Homes Initiative – Greensboro Housing Coalition

$5,500 – Gruber, Kenneth – Addressing Co-Occuring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders – Cone Health Foundation

$5,200 – Bowman, Diana – Homeless Education Product Review – State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

$4,500 – Shelton, Terri – Thomas NCWIT Project – National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT)

$3,514 – Lewis, Karla – Literature Review – The Queens Foundation

$3,359 – Hancock, George – Comprehensive Needs Assessment at Southern Middle School – Moore County Schools – North Carolina – Moore County School System

School of Education Submissions

$2,197,501 – He, Ye – Engaging and Advancing Community-centered Teacher Development (EnACTeD) – US Department of Education (DOED)

$1,499,385 – Pagliaro, Claudia – Building Math Readiness in Young Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing Children: Teaming with Teachers (MRTT) – DOED Institute of Education Sciences (IES)

$1,498,814 – Williamson, Pamela – Learning from Expository Texts about Science: A Comprehensive School-based Cognitive Strategy Instruction Intervention for Adolescents with Autism (LETS CSI) – DOED Institute of Education Sciences (IES)

$1,116,721 – Williamson, Pamela – Preparing Leaders for Students with Extensive Support Needs (Project PLESN) – DOED Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS)

$831,681 – Murray, Christine – Guilford County Healthy Relationships Initiative (HRI) – Ellis L Phillips Foundation

$298,938 – Wilson, Peter – CMaPSS: Core Mathematics Instructional Practices in Secondary Schools (NC Quest 2016-2017) – UNCGA North Carolina Quest (NC Quest)

$286,339 – Gonzalez, Laura – Optimizing Optimism – Character Lab

$60,161 – Boyce, Ayesha – NRT-INFEWS: Improving Catalysis by Bridging Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Approaches (subcontract with Yale U) – Yale University

$50,000 – Tan, Edna – Equity in Makerspaces: Examining Mobilities of Criticalities with Underserved Youth in Community Makerspaces – Spencer Foundation

$47,571 – Jimenez, Bree – Numeracy: A Virtual Manipulatives App for Students with Intellectual Disabilities – Attainment Company

$45,045 – Penfield, Randall – NC New Teacher Support Program – University of North Carolina General Administration (UNC GA)

$45,000 – Tillman, Ayesha – Targeted Infusion Project: Integrating Soft Matter Into Undergraduate General and Physical Chemistry Courses (subcontract with NCCU/NSF) – North Carolina Central University (NCCU)

$42,355 – Willse, John – US Lacrosse Evaluation, OAERS Contract (2015) – US Lacrosse

$27,926 – Wilson, Peter – Building a Conceptual Model of Learning Trajectories Based Instruction (LTBI) (Supplement) – North Carolina State University (NCSU)

$7,000 – Patterson Zoch, Melody – The “Village” Project at Guilford Elementary – Junior League of Greensboro

$6,600 – Ackerman, Terry – NC Bar Association contract 2015-2016 – North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA)

School of Music Theatre Dance Submissions

$1,000 – Burke, Kelly – Saturday Seminars for Arts Administration – Self Employment in the Arts (SEA)

School of Nursing Submissions

$2,143,377 – Cote Arsenault, Denise – Bereaved Parent Health Outcomes related to Components of Perinatal Palliative Care – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$1,430,000 – Krowchuk, Heidi – Nurse Anesthetist Traineeship (NAT) Program – DHHS Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)

$1,245,909 – Wallace, Debra – The North Carolina Transdisciplinary Collaborative Center for Reducing Diabetes and Obesity Disparities – NIH National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD)

$100,000 – Debrew, Jacqueline – RB-BSN Outreach Programs 2016-2017 – North Carolina Area Health Education Center (NC AHEC) Program

$20,000 – Bartlett, Tracy – The Jonas Scholar Program – American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN)

University Libraries Submissions

$71,635 – Motszko, Jennifer – Good Medicine: Greensboro’s Hospitals and Healers, 1865-2015 – North Carolina State Library 

$69,840 – Bernhardt, Elizabeth – Combined Alternative Textbook Program – East Carolina University (ECU)

Weatherspoon Art Museum Submissions

$20,000 – Gustafson, Elaine – Lucinda Devlin: Sightlines – Lannan Foundation

$15,000 – Gustafson, Elaine – Lucinda Devlin: Sightlines – The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation, Inc.

$10,000 – Gustafson, Elaine – Lucinda Devlin: Sightlines – North Carolina Arts Council