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FY17 First Quarter Awards and Submissions

July, August & September

Posted on Monday, November 21st, 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

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

College of Arts and Sciences Awards

$674,706 – Murphy, Arthur – Recipe for Success in North Carolina – NCDHHS Division of Social Services (DSS)

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

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

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

$108,507 – Kalcounis-Ruppell, Matina – The effect of testosterone pulses and conditioned place preferences on social behavior in wild and laboratory Peromyscus mice – University of Wisconsin – Madison

$45,000 – Eger, Alexander – Islamic Antioch: A History of a Medieval City from the 5th to 15th Centuries – American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS)

$39,219 – Reggio, Patricia – Molecular Characterization of GPR35 and GPR55, Putative Cannabinoid Receptors – Temple University

$29,923 – Oberlies, Nicholas – F31 application for Diana Kao – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$26,174 – Murphy, Arthur – Evolution of a Post-Disaster Coping Network – University of Texas at Houston

$23,967 – Reggio, Patricia – Molecular Characterization of GPR35 and GPR55, Putative Cannabinoid Receptors – Temple University

$20,000 – Cech, Nadja – Evaluation of Synergy between Extracts of Turmeric – Procter and Gamble

$18,114 – Reggio, Patricia – Endocannabinoid Active Sites and Therapeutic Targets – Northeastern University

$12,423 – Stine, Roy – GIS Research Internships with Syngenta Crop Protection Inc. – Syngenta Crop Protection Inc.

$10,200 – Kreitinger, Brooke – Campus Weeks 2016: “Germany meets the US” – German Embassy

$9,526 – Murphy, Arthur – Evolution of a Post-Disaster Coping Network – University of Texas at Houston

$5,000 – Stine, Linda – Guilford Courthouse Data Analysis – Smith Richardson Foundation

$3,000 – Legreco, Marianne – Tracking and Monitoring Participation in the Mobile Oasis Farmers Market – Guilford County Department of Public Health

$2,500 – Levenstein, Lisa – Pursuing Racial Justice in Greensboro: Community Humanities Dialogues for Social Change – National Humanities Alliance (NHA)

$2,500 – Grieve, Gregory – War Peace and Social Media – National Humanities Alliance (NHA)

College of Visual and Performing Arts Awards

$5,000 – Carlin, Adam – GPS Kiosks – Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro

Enrollment Management Awards

$2,659 – Baldwin, Kara – 2016-2017 GEAR UP Aspire Day and GEAR UP Senior Day – University of North Carolina General Administration (UNC GA)

Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Awards

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

Research and Economic Development Awards

$1,087,509 – Hancock, George – National Center on Homeless Education (NCHE – US Department of Education (DOED)

$718,790 – Shelton, Terri – North Carolina Intensive Prevention Technical Assistance System – NCDHHS Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services (MHDDSAS)

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

$352,687 – Edmunds, Julie – The Impact of North Carolina’s Early College High School Model on Postsecondary Performance and Completion – US Department of Education (DOED)

$343,549 – Voorhees, Julie – Intentional Futures – Learning to Learn – US Department of Education (DOED)

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

$297,775 – Payne, C. – Bringing Out the Best: Supporting Young Children’s Social and Emotional Development – Guilford County Partnership for Children

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

$41,692 – Payne, C. – Supporting Vulnerable Families through the Juvenile Court Infant Toddler Initiiative – Guilford County Partnership for Children

$21,727 – Gruber, Kenneth – Research and Technical Assistance Project – North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (NCAT )

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

$20,000 – McColskey, Wendy – Improving Student Achievement through Faculty Development (Title III) Evaluation – Forsyth Technical Community College

$19,278 – Sienkiewicz, Holly – Newcomers CLASS ( Culture, Language and Adult Self Sufficiency ) – United Way of Greater Greensboro

$5,000 – Payne, C. – My Sister Susan’s House parenting workshops – Youth Focus

$2,000 – Sills, Stephen – Discrimination of LGBTQ Home Seekers: A Paired Testing Study – The Adam Foundation

School of Education Awards

$1,283,054 – Wixson, Karen – Transforming Teaching through Technology (TTtT) – DOED Office of Innovation and Improvement

$401,638 – Wilson, Peter – Design and research related to implementation of revised high school math standards (DPI task order) – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)

$378,644 – Wester, Kelly – Enhancing evidence-based clinical internships for 75 master’s-level counselors working with at-risk youth – Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)

$249,317 – Gillis, Margaret – Preparing Post-Baccalaureate Early Interventionists/Early Childhood Educators for Working with ALL Children – DOED OSERS Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP)

$226,920 – Williamson, Pamela – Teach, Lead, and Collaborate: Serving Students with Significant Intellectual Disabilities (Project TLC) – DOED OSERS Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP)

$161,145 – Pagliaro, Claudia – Salus University subaward for student doctoral Fellowship (tuition and stipend for 3 students) – Salus University (SU)

$72,515 – Carlone, Heidi – (Supplement) Full-Scale Development Project: Herpetology Education in Rural Places and Spaces (HERPS) – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$40,637 – Gillis, Margaret – Online masters Degree Emphasis in Early Childhood Leadership and Program Administration – NCDHHS Division of Child Development

$40,175 – Wilson, Peter – Contextual Research – Empirical: Building a Conceptual Model of Learning-Trajectory Based Instruction sub – North Carolina State University (NCSU)

$29,160 – Wilson, Peter – Project LEAD: Leading, Empowering, Assisting, and Developing Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Increase Student Achievement – Meredith College

$28,000 – Fairbanks, Colleen – SPAHE contract with NC School of the Arts (2016-2017) – University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA)

$12,120 – Fairbanks, Colleen – SPAHE contract with Greensboro College (2016-2017) – Greensboro College

$8,800 – Sunnassee, Devdass – NC Bar Contract for Paralegal Exams (2016-2017) – North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA)

$8,000 – Fairbanks, Colleen – SPAHE contract with Guilford College (2016-2017) – Guilford College

$6,600 – Sunnassee, Devdass – NC Bar Contract through OAERS (2016-2017) – North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA)

School of Health and Human Sciences Awards

$447,405 Coakley, Tanya – Father intervention to prevent at-risk sexual behaviors in African American boys – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$437,711 – Floyd-Pickard, Melissa – JMSW Behavioral Health Workforce Education Training Grant – SAMHSA Center for Mental Health Services

$331,137 – Cassidy, Deborah – UNCG Partnership – Guilford County Partnership for Children

$133,919 – Mills-Koonce, William – Integrating Demography and Biosocial Stress Models of LGBTI Family Formation – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$127,761 – Flynn, Perry – Speech Language Pathology Service Contract with Phoenix Academy – Phoenix Academy

$71,032 – Dollar, Jessica – Childhood positive affect and anger as predictors of adolescent risky behavior – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$29,128 – 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

$15,000 – Goldfarb, Allan – Influence of cycling insert on power, efficiency, oxygen consumption, and performance – mediUSA

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

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

$495 – Matyok, Thomas – Visiting Research Professorship at the Peace & Stability Operation Institute – DOD DA Army War College

School of Nursing Awards

$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)

$4,991 – Sheppard, Francine – Health Outcomes and Experiences of Retired Women – Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing

Student Affairs Awards

$125,000 – Callahan, Cheryl – Collegiate Recovery Community – North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS)


Submissions

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

Bryan School of Business and Economics Submissions

$324,588 – Van Hasselt, Martyn – Collaborative Research: Bayesian Estimation of Partially Identified Treatment Effects – NSF Social, Behavioral, and Economic Science (SBE)

$102,000 – Link, Albert – The Regional Economic Impacts of University Research/Science Parks – DOC Economic Development Administration

College of Arts and Sciences Submissions

$1,398,259 – Stein, Gabriela – Developing a Family-based Education Activation Intervention for Latino English Learner Families – DOED Institute of Education Sciences (IES)

$999,649 – Wasserberg, Gideon – NSFDEB-BSF: The role of anthropogenic landscape change in transforming a sink into a source reservoir system and driving disease emergence – NSF Division of Environmental Biology (DEB)

$999,319 – Rueppell, Olav – Identification Of Brood Signals That Induce Hygienic Behavior In Honey Bees To Develop And Implement Novel Strategies For Varroa Control And Sustainable Apiculture – USDA NIFA Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI)

$494,391 – Rueppell, Olav – Innovative genome editing approach to target RNA viruses for mitigating beneficial pollinator decline – USDA NIFA Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI)

$433,488 – Bhandari, Ramji – Germline transmission of epigenetic alterations to offspring induced by bisphenol A exposure – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$382,297 – Nile, Terence – REU Site: Multi-site, Multi-institutional International REU Program – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$353,155 – Rychtar, Jan – REU Site: Mathematical Biology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$300,886 – Knapp, Paul – A multi-century reconstruction of tropical cyclone rainfall magnitude and variability derived from longleaf pine in the U.S. southeast Atlantic coastal region – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$261,340 – Sadri, Fereidoon – Collaborative Research: ABI Innovation: Crowd Curation of Interaction Data – A testbed for community engagement in research and education – NSF Biological Science (BIO)

$218,250 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Graviola inhibits prostate cancer growth and progression via targeting NADPH oxidase activity – Wake Forest University School of Medicine

$210,592 – Croatt, Mitchell – Collaborative Proposal: A Combined Experimental and Computational Mechanistic Investigation into Decarboxylation Reactions – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$149,999 – Deng, Jing – mMAC: a MAC scheme for Next Generation Low-Latency High-Throughput Proximity Wireless Networks – Sony Corporation of America (SCA)

$105,500 – Levine, Emily – Exceptional Institutions: Cities, Capital, and the Rise of the Research University – American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS)

$95,000 – McFadden, Cybelle – Race, Place, and the Republic: Immigration, Discrimination, and Citizenship in Contemporary French Film – American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS)

$91,390 – Schallhorn, Suzanne – Effects of Stress and Genetics on Positive Valence Deficits Across Multiples Units of Analysis – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$90,525 – Green, Nancy – Using Argument Schemes in Anticipatory Thinking – North Carolina State University (NCSU)

$81,827 – Tsui, Tsz-Ki – Collaborative Proposal: “SG” Examining spatial and temporal variation of mercury methylation hotspots within montane river ecosystems – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$75,000 – Levenstein, Lisa – When Feminism Went Viral: The American Women’s Movement in the 1990s and Beyond – Harvard University Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study

$75,000 – Suthaharan, Shanmugathasan – Conflict Resolution in Connected Variable Perturbation Models for Confidentiality and Data Utility – Harvard University Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study

$70,422 – Kane, Michael – Individual Differences in the Coordination of Perception and Action during Skilled Reading – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH)

$70,000 – Zimmerman, Michael – Ignorance and Moral Responsibility – American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS)

$57,500 – Rublee, Parke – UNCG Wetlands Project – Z Smith Reynolds Foundation

$48,105 – Levine, Emily – Exceptional Institutions: Cities, Capital, and the Rise of the Research Universit – Guggenheim Foundation

$48,105 – Levine, Emily – Exceptional Institutions: Cities, Capital, and the Rise of the Research University – National Humanities Center

$46,168 – Jones, Jeff – Smoke, Mirrors, and Memory: Perspectives of the Soviet-Afghan War, 1979-2014 – Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

$46,112 – Schug, Malcolm – UNCG Wetlands Project Duke Energy Water Resources Fund

$45,000 – Levine, Emily – Exceptional Institutions: Cities, Capital, and the Rise of the Research University – American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS)

$45,000 – Levenstein, Lisa – When Feminism Went Viral: The American Women’s Movement in the 1990s and Beyond – American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS)

$45,000 – Cervenak, Sarah – Black Gathering: Toward an Aesthetic of Un/Held Life – American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS)

$45,000 – Jones, Jeff – Smoke, Mirrors, and Memories: Perspectives of the Soviet-Afghan War, 1979-2014 – American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS)

$45,000 – Hontanilla, Ana – The Wretched and the Vagrant in the Hispanic Atlantic (1770-1821) – American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS)

$35,838 – Stein, Gabriela – Padres efectivos y terapistas entregados: Increasing activation and engagement in Latino parent-provider interactions”. – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH)

$35,000 – Bender, Jill – Irish female migration schemes and the British Empire, 1840-1870 – American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS)

$25,000 – Levine, Emily – Exceptional Institutions: Cities, Capital, and the Rise of the Research University – American Academy in Berlin

$12,916 – Silvia, Paul – Innovation in Assessing Parent-Child Aggression Risk among Physical Abuse Perpetrators – University of Alabama at Birmingham

$9,000 – Wisco, Blair – Emotional and Physiological Effects of Trauma-Focused Rumination – American Psychological Foundation (APF)

$7,500 – van der Vossen, Bas – Visiting Speakers Series – Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation

$6,374 – Murphy, Arthur – EAGER: A Longitudinal Comparison of Two Disasters from Human Negligence – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$6,000 – Levine, Emily – Exceptional Institutions: Cities, Capital, and the Rise of the Research University – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

$6,000 – Bender, Jill – Irish Female Migration Schemes and the British Empire, 1840-1870 – American Philosophical Society (APS)

$5,000 – Stine, Linda – Guilford Courthouse Data Analysis – Smith Richardson Foundation

$2,500 – Grieve, Gregory – War Peace and Social Media – National Humanities Alliance (NHA)

$2,500 – Levenstein, Lisa – Pursuing Racial Justice in Greensboro: Community Humanities Dialogues for Social Change – National Humanities Alliance (NHA)

$2,495 – Sametz, Lynn – Science Everywhere: Sustainable Gardening Awareness – Syngenta

College of Visual and Performing Arts Submissions

$15,000 – Rauer, Erika – Arts After School – United Way of Greater Greensboro

$10,000 – Carlin, Adam – GPS Kiosks – Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro

$6,000 – Hofling, Ana Paula – Staging Brazil: choreographies of capoeira – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering Submissions

$391,397 – Lajeunesse, Dennis – Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) Enhancement for Understanding Novel Antimicrobial Resistance – Department of Defense (DOD)

$266,386 – Starobin, Joseph – Noninvasive assessment of response to exposure of metallic particles in physiologically stressed heart – DOD DA Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs

$253,593 – Kepley, Christopher – Identification of Chionoecetes modifying olfactory stimulants – DOC National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

$9,631 – Lajeunesse, Dennis Characterizing the genomics of resistance in fungi exposed to silver nanoparticles. – US Department of Agriculture (USDA)

Research and Economic Development Submissions

$3,522,200 – Zhou, Zhanxiang – Aldehydes in Alcohol-Induced Organ Injury – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$2,007,390 – Zhang, Qibin – Protein Markers to T1D Progression – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$718,790 – Shelton, Terri – North Carolina Intensive Prevention Technical Assistance System – NCDHHS Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services (MHDDSAS)

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

$279,901 – Frison, Sonja – Juvenile Justice Substance Abuse Mental Health Partnerships – Trillium Health Resources (THR)

$154,177 – Sills, Stephen – Consulting Services for an Affordable Housing Plan for Wake County, North Carolina – Wake County

$134,124 – Sienkiewicz, Holly – Immigrant Health ACCESS Project – Cone Health Foundation

$105,492 – Zhang, Qibin – Oxidative Post-translational Modifications on Insulin as an autoantigen in Type 1 Diabetes – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$99,803 – Edmunds, Julie – Building Relationships with Communities: Preparing Teachers for Rural Schools – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH)

$91,520 – McColskey, Wendy – 2016-2017 NCDPI After-School School Quality Improvement Grant:Evaluation Support – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)

$81,160 – Coyle, Victoria – Experiential Learning for Middle School Math and Science Teachers – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH)

$60,000 – Weil, John – Project Safe Neighborhoods- Greensboro Police Department – City of Greensboro Police Department

$45,426 – Bowman, Diana – Vermont Transportation Solutions – Vermont Agency of Education

$35,000 – Sienkiewicz, Holly – Addressing Family Violence in Multi-ethnic Refugee Communities – North Carolina Council for Women

$34,243 – Frison, Sonja – Supporting Local NC Juvenile Justice Behavioral Health Teams in Addressing Racial and Ethnic Disparities – Z Smith Reynolds Foundation

$30,000 – Sienkiewicz, Holly – Latino Community Coalition of Guilford County (LCCG) – Hispanics in Philanthropy

$30,000 – Sienkiewicz, Holly – Youth Access to Education and School Success (YAESS) – United Way of Greater Greensboro

$25,000 – Sienkiewicz, Holly – Umoja Women’s Opportunity for Mentoring and Economic Mentoring (WOMEN) – Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro

$21,727 – Gruber, Kenneth – Research and Technical Assistance Project – North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (NCAT )

$20,000 – Sills, Stephen – Dreams Deferred: Loss and the American Mobile Home – Marion Stedman Covington Foundation

$5,000 – Sills, Stephen – Finding Community: The Role of Collegiate Recovery Programs in Promoting Social Engagement and Sense of Community among Transfer Students in Recovery – USC National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition

$5,000 – Payne, C. – My Sister Susan’s House parenting workshops – Youth Focus

School of Education Submissions

$1,991,606 – Hewitt, Kimberly – Principal Preparation for Excellence and Equity in Rural Schools (PPEERS) – NC Alliance for School Leadership Development (NCASLD)

$1,499,769 – Williamson, Pamela – Learning from Expository Texts about Science: A Comprehensive School-based Cognitive Strategy Intervention for Adolescents with Autism (LETS CSI) – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$1,199,352 – Carlone, Heidi – BRIDGES for socio-environmental good: BRoadening Identities for Diverse Groups Engaging with STEM – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$401,639 – Wilson, Peter – Design and research related to implementation of revised high school math standards (DPI task order) – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)

$400,000 – Rock, Marcia – Working Together Through a Networked Improvement Community (NIC) to Explore eCoaching Feedback Use and Impact – DOED Institute of Education Sciences (IES)

$222,449 – Lenstra, Noah – Lifelong learning in public libraries: An empirical study of the learning practices of older adults (Preliminary proposal) – Institute of Museum and Library Services

$72,514 – Carlone, Heidi – (Supplement) Full-Scale Development Project: Herpetology Education in Rural Places and Spaces (HERPS) – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$28,000 – Fairbanks, Colleen – SPAHE contract with NC School of the Arts (2016-2017) – University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA)

$26,000 – Willse, John – OAERS contract with WSFCS 2016-2017 – Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools

$24,227 – Henner, Jonathan – Critical Pedagogies, Critical Signs: Framing Social Justice in Special Education – American Educational Research Association (AERA)

$20,000 – Rock, Marcia – Contract with NC DPI for Professional Coaching – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)

$18,000 – Willse, John – OAERS contract with American Board of Pediatrics (GRA support for 2016-2017) – American Board of Pediatrics (ABP)

$12,120 – Fairbanks, Colleen – SPAHE contract with Greensboro College (2016-2017) – Greensboro College

$9,999 – Cooper, Jewell – The Real-World English Family Literacy Project (Wish You Well Foundation) – Wish You Well Foundation

$8,800 – Sunnassee, Devdass – NC Bar Contract for Paralegal Exams (2016-2017) – North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA)

$8,000 – Fairbanks, Colleen – SPAHE contract with Guilford College (2016-2017) – Guilford College

$6,600 – Sunnassee, Devdass – NC Bar Contract through OAERS (2016-2017) – North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA)

School of Health and Human Sciences Submissions

$139,205 – Poole, Kelly – Partnership to Address Co-Occurring Disorders in Vulnerable Populations – Cone Health Foundation

$129,531 – Rhea, Christopher – Examining the Relationship between Static balance, Gait dynamics, and trip recovery – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$113,550 – Poole, Kelly – Congregational Social Work Education Initiative (CSWEI 2016-17)) – Cone Health Foundation

$60,009 – Laparo, Karen – Promoting and Facilitating Approaches to Learning in Preschool Learners through Engineering Habits of Mind – Iowa State University

$49,500 – Poole, Kelly – 2016 PENN Project – Congregational Social Work Education Initiative (CSWEI) Role – Cone Health System

$33,855 – Ross, Scott – Effects of Noise-Stimulation on Clinical Impairments and Performance in Subjects with Ankle Instability. – CTM Ventures

$15,000 – Wyrick, David – NCAA Coaching Module – National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

$15,000 – Shriver, Lenka – Supporting a Healthy Weight in Child Care Settings through an established Quality Rating Improvement System – University of Idaho

$13,500 – Wyrick, David NCAA – Student Module – National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

$11,000 – Wyrick, David – NCAA – Faculty Athletics Representative Module – National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

$10,000 – Helms, Heather – Advanced Data Analytic Methods Applied to the Study of Family Relationships – National Council on Family Relations (NCFR)

$8,000 – Bedini, Leandra – City of Greensboro Professional Services Contract for Mainstream Resources Support – City of Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department

$7,500 – Wyrick, David – Best practices for promoting and enhancing psychosocial variables to create a culture of care-seeking or increase care seeking behaviors. – National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

$5,500 – Wyrick, David – NCAA Introductory Module – National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Student Affairs Submissions

$125,000 – Callahan, Cheryl – Collegiate Recovery Community – North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS)

UNCG Submissions

$567,422 – Chappell, Murphie – UNCG Service Expansion for Victims of Campus Violence – North Carolina Department of Public Safety

Weatherspoon Art Museum Submissions

$6,000 – Gustafson, Elaine – Lucinda Devlin: Sightlines – Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation