UNCG Research

Third quarter awards FY15

January 2015 - March 2015


Posted on Wednesday, April 15th, 2015 by UNCG Research.
PIC13461_3 Grounds

$1,542,973.00 – Edmunds, Julie – SERVE – Investing in Innovation I3 Scale Up – North Carolina New Schools Project

$407,867.00 – Gold, Laurie – Kinesiology, Dept of – “Pathways from Childhood Self-Regulation to Cardiovascular Risk in Adolescence.” – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH)

$317,053.00 – Cech, Nadja – Chemistry and Biochemistry – Strategies to Investigate Synergy in Botanical Medicines – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$232,890.00 – Calkins, Susan – Human Develop and Family Studies – Psychobiology of Cognitive Development (CAP Study, revision) – Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech)

$190,000.00 – Kalcounis-Ruppell, Matina – Biology – Carolinas Regional Acoustic Bat Surveys – DOI US Fish and Wildlife Service

$142,673.33 – Zhang, Qibin – Translational Biomedical Research – Protein Markers to T1D Progression – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$125,000.00 – Callahan, Cheryl – Student Affairs – UNCGA Award 9100009-02 – CFDA Title: Block Grants for Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse, Award # 3B08TIO10032-14. – University of North Carolina General Administration (UNC GA)

$107,679.00 – Murphy, Arthur – Anthropology – Recipe for Success in North Carolina – NC DHHS Division of Social Services (DSS)

$107,624.00 – Jia, Zhenquan – Biology – Cruciferous Dithiolethiones for Chronic Heart Failure: Signaling Mechanisms – Campbell University

$98,312.00 – McColskey, Wendy – SERVE – 21st Century Community Learning Centers Evaluation (21st CCLC Evaluation) – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)

$79,500.00 – Moore, Stephen – Office of Research and Economic Development – Degrees Matter: Advisor and Volunteer Coordinator – Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro

$75,000.00 – McColskey, Wendy – SERVE – 2014 NCDPI After School Grant Application Review – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)

$73,500.00 – Payne, C. – Ctr for Youth, Fam. and Commun – High Point Center for Children and Families – High Point Community Foundation

$73,000.00 – Sechrist, Stacy – Office of Research and Economic Development – Durham Police Department Byrne Grant – Durham Police Department

$71,902.00 – Reggio, Patricia – Chemistry and Biochemistry – Molecular Characterization of GPR35 and GPR55, Putative Cannabinoid Receptors – Temple University

$55,818.00 – Scott-Little, Mary – Human Develop and Family Studies – Supporting Development of the North Carolina K – 3 Assessment – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)

$55,378.00 – Anastopoulos, Arthur – Psychology – Longitudinal Outcome of College Students with ADHD – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$54,000.00 – Soles, Jeffrey – Classical Studies – Mochlos 2015: Publication and Site Conservation – Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP)

$51,522.30 – Bowman, Diana – SERVE – National Center on Homeless Education (NCHE – US Department of Education (DOED)

$50,382.33 – Zhang, Qibin – Translational Biomedical Research – An Ultrasensitive Mass Spectrometry Platform for Comprehensive Analysis of Lipids – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$49,979.00 – Reggio, Patricia – Chemistry and Biochemistry – Molecular Characterization of GPR35 and GPR55, Putative Cannabinoid Receptors – Temple University

$40,381.00 – Hershey, Anne – Biology – Heavy Metal Analysis, Gene Proxies, and Stable Isotope Tracers of Coal Ash Contamination in the Dan River Food Web – NCSU Water Resources Research Institute (WRRI)

$26,532.00 – Bowman, Diana – SERVE – National Center on Homeless Education (NCHE – US Department of Education (DOED)

$25,000.00 – Lewis, Karla – SERVE – Curriculum Development Product – Communities in Schools (CIS)

$25,000.00 – Andersen, Martin – Economics – 2014 ACA PhRMA Project – Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America Foundation (PhRMA)

$24,660.00 – Cech, Nadja – Chemistry and Biochemistry – Strategies to Investigate Synergy in Botanical Medicines – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$21,563.00 – McColskey, Wendy – SERVE – SEADAP Evaluation – Temple University

$21,000.00 – Murphy, Joanne – Classical Studies – Death and Palaces – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

$20,000.00 – Elobeid, Maha – Center for New North Carolinians – Latino Community Coalition of Guilford County (LCCG) – Hispanics in Philanthropy

$19,619.00 – Hershey, Anne – Biology – Heavy Metal Analysis, Gene Proxies, and Stable Isotope Tracers of Coal Ash Contamination in the Dan River Food Web – NCSU Water Resources Research Institute (WRRI)

$18,626.00 – Reggio, Patricia – Chemistry and Biochemistry – Endocannabinoid Active Sites and Therapeutic Targets – Northeastern University

$18,625.00 – Cassidy, Deborah – Human Develop and Family Studies – UNCG Partnership – Guilford County Partnership for Children

$18,000.00 – Payne, C. – Ctr for Youth, Fam. and Commun – Grow It, Cook It, Eat It – Greensboro Childrens Museum

$15,990.00 – Villella, Peter – History – History of the Chichimec Nation: Translation of Fernando de Alva Ixtlilxochitl’s Seventeenth-Century History of Mexico – University of Iowa

$15,000.00 – Stine, Roy – Geography – Land Use Mapping for the City of Durham NC – City of Durham

$13,500.00 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Chemistry and Biochemistry – ITS Barcoding of Mushroom Samples: 3 competitor & 1 new vendor samples – New Chapter, Inc.

$12,000.00 – Mills-Koonce, William – Human Develop and Family Studies – Experiences of Stress and Romantic Relationship among Same-Sex Couples: General Stress versus Minority Stress – American Psychological Foundation (APF)

$10,000.00 – Eden, Beatrice – Weatherspoon Art Museum – Zones of Contention: The Middle East – National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)

$10,000.00 – Penfield, Randall – Ed Research Methodology – Data Analysis Internships with CREDO (Saed Qunbar and Kim Tidwell) – CREDO

$10,000.00 – Reifsteck, Erin – Inst for Prom of Ath Hlth Well – Moving On: A Physical Activity Transition Program for Student-Athletes – National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

$6,952.00 – Tsui, Tsz-Ki – Biology – Collaborative Proposal: “SG” Identifying Sources and Degradation Mechanisms of Methylmercury in Temperate Forest Ecosystems – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$6,823.65 – Daniel, Stephanie – Ctr for Youth, Fam. and Commun – ADHD Project Assistant – Forsyth County School Health Alliance

$6,000.00 – Duffy, Donna – Ctr for Womens Health-Wellness – 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

$5,996.00 – Nash, Donna – Anthropology – Colonization or Control: The Wari Settlement of Moquegua, Peru – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$5,906.00 – Nash, Donna – Anthropology – Colonization or Control: The Wari Settlement of Moquegua, Peru – National Science Foundation (NSF)

$5,000.00 – Elobeid, Maha – Center for New North Carolinians – Latino Community Coalition of Guilford (LCCG) Capacity Building: Development of Evaluation tool/process – Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro

$5,000.00 – McColskey, Wendy – SERVE – Organizational Assessment for Non-Profit – Impact Alamance
$4,000.00 – Iyer, Lakshmi – Information Systems and Supply Chain Management – Tech Savvy Program – American Association of University Women (AAUW)

$3,750.00 – Taylor, Kala – Career Services Center – Does a strengths-based intervention influence the development of non-cognitive skills, thus positively impacting student outcomes? – University of North Carolina General Administration (UNC GA)

$3,300.00 – Gruber, Kenneth – Ctr for Youth, Fam. and Commun – Access to Integrated Health Care by the Uninsured in Greater Greensboro – Cone Health Foundation

$3,000.00 - Schmitz, Randy – Kinesiology, Dept of – ACL Research Retreat VII – North Carolina Biotechnology Center (NCBC)

$2,992.50 – Stine, Roy – Geography – Student Internship Program with Guilford County – Guilford County

$2,500.00 – Seaman, Carol – Mathematics and Statistics – UNCG’s NC Science Festival “Science, Science Everywhere” – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH)

$2,500.00 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Chemistry and Biochemistry – ITS Barcoding of Mushroom Samples: 3 competitor & 1 new vendor samples – New Chapter, Inc.

$2,500.00 – Ryan, James – Dean Office Joint Sch Nanoscie – Application for UNC Challenge Grant for the N.C. Science Festival to support JSNN’s Gateway to Science event – North Carolina Science Festival