FY19 Fourth Quarter Awards & Submissions



New awards

New awards separated by school/college. Listings by total anticipated award amount, name of lead PI, title, sponsor, and award type.

Bryan School of Business and Economics new awards

  • $48,172 – Gicheva, Dora – Evaluation of Program to Identify Students with Financial and Academic Planning Risk and Intervene to Promote Timely Graduation – University of North Carolina System Office(UNC SysOff)

College of Arts and Sciences new awards

  • $4,088,934 – Stein, Gabriela; Eddington, Kari – Building Infrastructure for Community Capacity in Accelerating Integrated Care – NIH National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
  • $288,913 – Rueppell, Olav – The Impact of Body Size on Resilience in Apis mellifera – DOD DA Army Research Office (ARO)
  • $110,000 – Schwartzman, Roy; Jovanovic, Spoma – NCA Center for Communication, Community Collaboration, and Change (CCCC) – National Communication Association (NCA)
  • $62,401 – Raymann, Kasie – Fine-Scale Dynamics of Honeybee Gut Microbial Communities After Perturbation – US Department of Agriculture (USDA)
  • $22,500 – Keane, Susan – PACE of the Triad Student Stipend Contract – PACE of the Triad

Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering new awards

  • $145,500 – Josephs, Eric – Mechanism and Architecture of EndoMS/NucS Mutation Avoidance in Mycobacteria – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $50,000 – Rathnayake, Hemali – Nano Mosaic – A Novel Nano-Framework for Lithium – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $12,500 – Kepley, Christopher – Glycolipid-Mediated Allergy Effector Cell Activation in Alpha-Gal Allergy – UNC-CH Thurston Arthritis Research Center

Office of Research and Engagement new awards

  • $4,019,552 – Edmunds, Julie – The Evaluation of Career and College Promise – DOED Institute of Education Sciences (IES)
  • $75,000 – Sills, Stephen – Invest Health Greensboro Creating a Pipeline of Asthma-Safe Housing Projects – Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF)
  • $35,000 – Center for New North Carolinians – Promoting Sustainability: Updating the Interpreter Bank and Community Center Model – Weaver Foundation
  • $20,222 – Sills, Stephen – ANALYSIS OF IMPEDIMENTS TO FAIR HOUSING CHOICE FOR THE SURRY HOME CONSORTIUM – Piedmont Triad Regional Council
  • $20,000 – Sills, Stephen – Cottage Gardens Community Resource Center – Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro
  • $18,770 – Hancock, George – Johnston County Schools – School Comprehensive Needs Assessment for Selma Middle School – Johnston County Schools
  • $14,200 – Hutchins, Bryan – STEM preparation experiences of non-college bound youth – American Educational Research Association (AERA)
  • $7,042 – Hancock, George – Ashe County High Schools Comprehensive Needs Assessment – Ashe Schools
  • $5,821 – Hancock, George – Comprehensive Needs Assessment for Capitol Encore Academy – The Capitol Encore Academy

Office of Provost new awards

  • $200,000 – Raynor, Samantha; Saunders, Dana – Disrupting the Churn: The Effect of Targeted Supports on Late College Outcomes – University of North Carolina System Office (UNC SysOff)
  • $7,500 – Raynor, Samantha – Transfer Partnership – VentureWell (National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA))
  • $5,000 – Raynor, Samantha – Faculty Development & Culturally Responsive Pedagogy – VentureWell (National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA))

School of Education new awards

  • $116,789 – Willse, John; Kim, Kyung Yong – Special Projects in Development and Maintenance of Statewide Assessments (OAERS/DPI, 2019-2020) – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)
  • $50,000 – Sands, Lori – Moss Street Outreach – Library driven community engagement – North Carolina State Library
  • $37,000 – Carlone, Heidi – STEM Teacher Leader Collaborative: Empowering Teachers. Nurturing STEM Equity. – The UNCG Excellence Foundation, Inc
  • $34,588 – Willse, John – Accountability Support with Guilford County Schools 2019-2020 – Guilford County Schools
  • $996 – O’Connor, Christina – Moss Street Partnership School Songwriters Club – North Carolina Music Educators Association
  • $525 – Henson, Robert – Linguistic Background and Views of Bilingualism Among Chinese International Students – Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology

School of Health and Human Sciences new awards

  • $134,600 – Flynn, Perry – Speech Language Pathology Service Contract with Phoenix Academy – Phoenix Academy
  • $101,048 – Flynn, Perry – Exceptional Children State Speech-Language Consultant (2019-2020) – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)
  • $100,000 – Floyd-Pickard, Melissa – Proposal for Health Department Hepatitis C Bridge Counselor/Care and Linkage Coordinator – Guilford County Department of Public Health
  • $8,962 – Chetwynd, Ellen; Yourkavitch, Jennifer – Transforming Clinics for Better Breastfeeding Outcomes – North Carolina Breastfeeding Coalition
  • $2,500 – Schmitz, Randy – The impact of differential knee laxity on brain function during knee joint loading. – National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA)

University Libraries new awards

  • $238,169 – Halbert, Martin – Carolina Digital Library Network Pilot Project – Institute of Museum and Library Services
  • $10,908 – Koelsch, Beth; Gwynn, James – Women Who Answered the Call: Digitizing the Oral Histories of Women Who Served in the U.S. Military and the American Red Cross – Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR)

UNC Greensboro new awards

  • $499,912 – Whitworth, Jeffrey – CC* Networking Infrastructure: Gate City Research Network – A Multi-Institution Science DMZ – National Science Foundation (NSF)

Continuing awards

Continuing awards separated by school/college. Listings by quarter award amount, name of lead PI, title, sponsor, and award type. Bryan School of Business and Economics continuing awards

  • $2,000 – Byrd, Erick – North Carolina’s Wine and Grape Summit – North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDACS)

College of Arts and Sciences continuing awards

  • $238,982 – Shivaji, Ratnasingham – Collaborative Research: Mathematical and Experimental Analysis of Competitive Ecological Models: Patches, Landscapes, Stage Structure and Conditional Dispersal on the Boundary. – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $74,596 – Bhandari, Ramji – Germline transmission of epigenetic alterations to offspring induced by bisphenol A exposure – NIH National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)
  • $72,750 – Cech, Nadja – Impact of commensal cross-talk on MRSA colonization and infection. – University of Colorado Denver Health Sciences Center
  • $64,020 – Oberlies, Nicholas – TUMOR SPECIFIC DELIVERY OF VERTICILLIN A OVERCOMES EPIGENETIC SILENCING RESPONSIBLE FOR DRUG RESISTANCE – Boston University Board of Trustees
  • $49,313 – Tsui, Martin – Storage, Reactivity, and Bioavailability of Mercury in Managed Forests – Balancing Mercury Toxicity and Wildfire Risks through Effective Fuel Reduction Techniques – Clemson University
  • $45,396 – Kiss, John – Novel explorations into the interactions between light and gravity sensing in plants – National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
  • $36,467 – Goldstein, Evan – Flow of Water, Carbon, and Sediment within the land sea continuum – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH)
  • $35,000 – Rueppell, Olav – Studies of the Plasticity of Stress Defense Induction in the Social Honey Bee Model – DOD DA Army Research Office (ARO)
  • $32,841 – Cassidy, Brittany – Do age differences in associative learning and stimulus generalization lead to age differences in trust? – Duke University
  • $14,035 – Tsui, Martin – RAPID/Collaborative Research: Characterization of upland watershed contamination from wildland-urban burning – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $11,350 – Silvia, Paul – Innovation in Assessing Parent-Child Aggression Risk among Physical Child Abuse Perpetrators – University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • $11,349 – Silvia, Paul – Innovation in Assessing Parent-Child Aggression Risk among Physical Child Abuse Perpetrators – University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • $9,879 – DeJesus, Jasmine – Developmental Trajectories of Dyadic Feeding Interactions During Infancy and Their Association With Rapid Weight Gain – California State Polytechnic University

Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering continuing awards

  • $309,577 – Herr, Daniel; Kalcounis-Ruppell, Matina – UNC Greensboro MARC USTAR Engage, Sustain, and Prepare – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $45,000 – Lajeunesse, Dennis – Biotronics Using Individual Microorganism Cells and Wide Bandgap Semiconductors – North Carolina State University (NCSU)

Office of Research and Engagement continuing awards

  • $995,652 – Frison, Sonja – The North Carolina Tiered Care Coordination Pilot Project, Year 3 – NCDHHS Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services (MHDDSAS)
  • $341,000 – Zhang, Qibin – Protein Markers to Islet Autoimmunity and Type 1 Diabetes Progression – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $229,683 – Frison, Sonja – NC Healthy Transitions for Youth and Young Adults with Serious Mental Disorders – North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS)
  • $172,781 – Zhong, Wei – DUOX2 Dysfunction in alcohol-induced Host-microbiota Dyshomeostasis – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $15,579 – Sechrist, Stacy; Weil, John – Support of Lexington Police Department’s Offender Focused Domestic Violence Initiative – City of Lexington Police Department
  • $10,000 – Zhang, Qibin – Lipid Mediator Analysis – University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • $2,000 – Sills, Stephen – ACES, SDOH, AND SUDS: Data Preparation & Symposium Presentation on the Relationship Between Adverse Childhood Experiences, Social Determinants of Health, Behavioral Health Disparities, and the use of Substances among Adolescents – Partners Behavioral Health Management

School of Education continuing awards

  • $5,063 – Rodriguez, Sophia – Promoting education equity for immigrant students: Examining the influence of school social workers – University of South Carolina (USC)
  • $2,517 – Boyce, Ayesha – Network for Computational Nanotechnology – Hierarchical nanoMFG Node (subcontract) – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)

School of Health and Human Sciences continuing awards

  • $575,903 – Leerkes, Esther – Biopsychosocial predictors of obesity during the first 2 years of life – NIH National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)
  • $346,293 – Coffman, Jennifer – Student learning as a function of exposure to teachers’ use of Cognitive Processing Language during instruction – DOED Institute of Education Sciences (IES)
  • $172,520 – Wyrick, David – NCAA Subaward – Prevention Strategies
  • $95,641 – Wyrick, David – NCAA Subaward – Prevention Strategies
  • $19,497 – Wyrick, David – Short-Term Proposal to McCrae Williams Foundation – McCrae Williams Foundation
  • $11,759 – Swick, Danielle – An Analysis of RAAPS Data from North Carolina School-Based Health Centers – North Carolina School-Based Health Alliance
  • $500 – Bailey, Harriette – Becoming a Culturally Competent Trainer – Childcare Resources

School of Nursing continuing awards

  • $37,641 – Krowchuk, Heidi – Nurse Anesthetist Traineeship (NAT) Program 2018 – DHHS Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)

Submissions

Submissions separated by school/college. Listings by proposal amount, name of lead PI, title, and sponsor. Bryan School of Business and Economics submissions

  • $528,857.24 – Hodges, Nancy – Cultivating Applied Technology Competencies among Diverse Undergraduate Populations: Development and Assessment of Course Materials and Teaching Strategies – US Department of Agriculture (USDA)
  • $187,462.00 – Bray, Jeremy – Managing Unhealthy Alcohol Use in Primary Care – Research Triangle Institute (RTI International)
  • $50,000.00 – Gicheva, Dora; Bahadir, Berrak – Macroeconomic Implications of Student Debt: A State-Level Analysis – Spencer Foundation
  • $1,000.00 – Byrd, Erick – Community Economic Impact of Events and Festivals – North Carolina Department of Commerce (NCDOC)

College of Arts and Sciences submissions

  • $1,867,591.78 – Bobay, Louis-Marie – Investigating the impact and patterns of homologous recombination and adaptive evolution on bacterial genomes – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $1,054,875.00 – Cech, Nadja – The Center for High Content Functional Annotation of Natural Products – University of California at Santa Cruz (UCSC)
  • $814,307.66 – Raymann, Kasie – BEE: Unraveling the ecological and evolutionary factors shaping host–associated microbial communities. – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $727,632.36 – Murphy, Arthur; Hill, Jennifer – Recipe for Success – Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
  • $582,000.00 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Delivery of ceramide mimetics via expansile nanoparticles to overcome colon cancer resistance to cancer immunotherapy – Augusta University
  • $419,470.37 – Baker-Russell, Levi – Automatic partner attitudes buffer intimates against the implications of alcohol for partner violence – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $398,874.00 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Anti-Malarial Drug Leads from Fungal Cultures – NIH National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
  • $397,180.52 – Santin, Joseph – Acquiring resistance to anoxia in neural circuit function – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $378,479.74 – Santin, Joseph – A homeostatic mechanism that regulates circuit activity also improves tolerance to energy stress – NIH National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS)
  • $229,033.10 – Egeland, Charles; Deng, Jing; Kim, Min Jeong – Archaeology Program Full Proposal: A network approach to Magdalenian social landscapes – NSF Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (BCS)
  • $210,438.11 – Bhandari, Ramji – Environmental and health concerns in Vieques – University of Puerto Rico Medical Sciences Campus
  • $201,614.73 – Goldstein, Evan – Academic Research Study: Characterizing and Communicating Uncertainty in Numerical Modeling of Dune Recovery, Topic #8 (Quantifying and Communicating Uncertainty) – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH)
  • $177,993.40 – Adamson, Amy – Epstein-Barr Virus as an Environmental Agent in Neurodegenerative Diseases: Lewy Bodies and Beyond. – NIH National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
  • $173,114.49 – Goldstein, Evan – COMET: the Coastlines and people Open data and MachinE learning sprinT – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $145,500.00 – Jia, Zhenquan – Carbofluorescein Derivatives as Cell-Trappable Fluorescent Probes for Cellular Ozone Detection – UNC-CH Global Studies
  • $132,335.60 – Tsui, Martin – How does mercury methylation respond to the intensive forest management and the creation of anoxia in floodplain soils? – Department of Energy (DOE)
  • $118,545.84 – Praskievicz, Sarah – Tropical cyclones and their impacts on inundation from storm surge, rainfall, and riverine flooding on the North Carolina Coastal Plain – NCSU North Carolina Sea Grant
  • $110,000.00 – Schwartzman, Roy; Jovanovic, Spoma – NCA Center for Communication, Community Collaboration, and Change (CCCC) – National Communication Association (NCA)
  • $105,520.97 – Green, Nancy – Learning to Grasp STEM Policy Arguments with GRASP – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $90,879.30 – Suthaharan, Shanmugathasan – Distinguishing normal aging from age-related macular degeneration at the level of single cells in the living human eye – University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC)
  • $75,660.00 – Reggio, Patricia – Novel Endocannabinoid Probes – Northeastern University
  • $56,000.00 – Suthaharan, Shanmugathasan – Resilience Deep Learning and Inherent Data Heterogeneity Problems in Big Data Medical Applications – Bloomberg Finance L.P.
  • $50,400.00 – Grossi, Veronica – Enigmas – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)
  • $39,985.00 – Wasserberg, Gideon – NC DHHS Contract to Survey Tick Distribution in NW NC 2019-2020 – North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS)
  • $29,892.98 – Grieve, Gregory – A Discovery Grant for Ethic Kiosks on Morality and Social Media – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)
  • $25,250.50 – Keane, Susan – PACE of the Triad Student Stipend Contract – PACE of the Triad
  • $24,592.26 – Anderson, James – On the Road to Dali: Trade, Security and State Formation on Imperial China’s Southern Frontier – Center for Chinese Studies (CCS)
  • $20,000.00 – Jovanovic, Spoma – Free Speech & Public Spaces: Voice, Activism, and Democracy – University of California National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement
  • $19,000.00 – Terui, Akira – Effects of intra-population diversity on population viability of cold-water fish species under climate change – Sumitomo Foundation
  • $9,879.45 – DeJesus, Jasmine – Developmental Trajectories of Dyadic Feeding Interactions During Infancy and Their Association With Rapid Weight Gain – California State Polytechnic University
  • $7,395.00 – Kreitinger, Brooke; Davis, Benjamin – “Wunderbar Together” Campus Weeks 2019 – German Embassy

College of Visual and Performing Arts submissions

  • $5,000.00 – Cuny, Kimberly – Arts for Everyone: Inclusive Arts Experiences in Greensboro – Downtown Greensboro

Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering submissions

  • $3,482,426.72 – Kepley, Christopher – A novel mast cell platform for breast cancer immunotherapy – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $1,791,450.00 – Wei, Jianjun – The Roles of Structure-Functions of Carbon Nanodots in Cellular Uptake and Oxidative Stress – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $495,000.00 – Ignatova, Tetyana; Wei, Jianjun; Rathnayake, Hemali; Lajeunesse, Dennis – Acquisition of Confocal Raman Microscope for hyperspectral imaging with sub-micrometer resolution – DOD DN Office of Naval Research (ONR)
  • $200,000.00 – Kepley, Christopher – Mast cell-based immunotherapy for targeting and killing pre-existing breast cancer metastatic cells – METAvivor Research and Support, Inc.
  • $119,602.46 – Ignatova, Tetyana – “Novel multicomponent glasses with unique functionality triggered by dopants with large spin-orbit coupling and/or crystallization affinity” – Austin Peay State University
  • $99,999.04 – Herr, Daniel – 2019 NSF Grantees Conference – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $49,999.50 – Rathnayake, Hemali – Nano Mosaic – A Novel Nano-Framework for Lithium – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $43,277.76 – Kepley, Christopher – A role for glycolipids and unconventional T cell subsets in alpha-gal allergy – UNC-CH School of Medicine
  • $20,000.00 – Rathnayake, Hemali – Development of Novel Functional Graphene Oxide-based Organic Heterostructures for Lightweight and Ultrathin Power Devices – North Carolina Space Grant Consortium (NC Space Grant)
  • $12,500.00 – Kepley, Christopher – Glycolipid-Mediated Allergy Effector Cell Activation in Alpha-Gal Allergy – UNC-CH Thurston Arthritis Research Center

Office of Research and Engagement submissions

  • $16,398,245.00 – Hancock, George – Region 6 Comprehensive Center – US Department of Education (DOED)
  • $7,947,858.06 – Hancock, George – National Technical Assistance Center for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth (NTACHE) – US Department of Education (DOED)
  • $1,412,105.15 – Cook, Mina; Sills, Stephen – Talk It Up. Lock It Up!â„¢: Addressing Underage Social Access to Alcohol – Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
  • $1,050,518.73 – Zhang, Qibin – Critical lipid species in the hepatovirus lifecycle – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH)
  • $995,650.00 – Frison, Sonja – The North Carolina Tiered Care Coordination Pilot Project, Year 3 – NCDHHS Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services (MHDDSAS)
  • $750,000.67 – Zhang, Qibin – Biomolecular signatures of dietary polyphenol intake and physical exertion – North Carolina State University (NCSU)
  • $603,349.00 – Hancock, George – North Carolina Homeless Education Program and Foster Care Education Program – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)
  • $420,631.00 – Shelton, Terri – Guilford Co. Specialty Courts Staff Support – Sandhills Center Local Management Entity
  • $334,900.42 – Frison, Sonja – The Juvenile Justice Behavioral Health Partnerships – Sandhills Center Local Management Entity
  • $151,749.36 – Weil, John; Sechrist, Stacy – PSN Middle District of NC FY 2018 – US Department of Justice (DOJ)
  • $60,223.91 – Sills, Stephen; Mohanty, Somya – Affordable Housing Strategies and Dashboard for Greenville, SC – Greenville Housing Fund
  • $44,180.00 – Hancock, George – Chatham County Schools – District Needs Assessment – Exceptional Children’s Programming – Chatham County Schools
  • $40,000.00 – Center for New North Carolinians – Safe Transitions After Resettlement (STAR) – FaithAction International House
  • $28,068.00 – Hancock, George – Brunswick County Schools Comprehensive Needs Assessment – Brunswick County Schools
  • $25,000.00 – Sills, Stephen – Making Greensboro Asthma-Safe: An Expansion of the CHCS Health Impact Team – The UNCG Excellence Foundation, Inc
  • $20,000.00 – Sills, Stephen – Cottage Gardens Community Resource Center – Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro
  • $18,770.00 – Hancock, George – Johnston County Schools – School Comprehensive Needs Assessment for Selma Middle School – Johnston County Schools
  • $16,390.08 – Sills, Stephen – Evaluation of Out of the Garden Project USDA – Urban Farm and Service-learning Collaboration – Out of the Garden Project
  • $9,653.93 – Sills, Stephen; LeGreco, Marianne – Farmers Market Access and Capacity Building Plan: Increasing Consumption of Local Products Through Facilitating Consumer Education, Research and Purchase Opportunities – Greensboro Farmers Market, Inc.
  • $9,471.42 – Coyle, Victoria – Science Education Against Drug Abuse Partnership (SEADAP) Publication – Temple University
  • $9,000.00 – Center for New North Carolinians – Refugee and Immigrant Social Work Education Initiative Summer Expansion – Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro
  • $8,329.00 – Edmunds, Julie – Evaluations of Federal Financial Aid Information and Delivery Strategies – Research Triangle Institute (RTI International)
  • $5,821.00 – Hancock, George – Comprehensive Needs Assessment for Capitol Encore Academy – The Capitol Encore Academy

Office of the Provost submissions

  • $999,508.89 – Dunn, Dana; Kalcounis-Ruppell, Matina; Glenn Manigault, Cerise; Boyce, Ayesha; Brown-Jeffy, Shelly – Spartans ADVANCE: Adaptations of practices for faculty equity, diversity, and inclusion at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG). – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $200,000.00 – Raynor, Samantha; Saunders, Dana – Disrupting the Churn: The Effect of Targeted Supports on Late College Outcomes – University of North Carolina System Office(UNC SysOff)
  • $7,500.00 – Raynor, Samantha – Transfer Partnership – VentureWell (National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA))
  • $5,000.00 – Raynor, Samantha – Faculty Development & Culturally Responsive Pedagogy – VentureWell (National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA))

School of Education submissions

  • $6,146,444.80 – O’Connor, Christina; Vetter, Amy; Faircloth, Beverly; Howerton, Walter; Wilson, Peter; Heredia, Sara; Rock, Marcia – Piedmont Teacher Residency Partnership (PTRP) – US Department of Education (DOED)
  • $1,196,232.00 – Vetter, Amy; Faircloth, Beverly – The role of Context and Identity in Teachers’ Learning how to Facilitate Critical Conversations – University of Missouri
  • $1,110,778.57 – Heredia, Sara – Informal Science Institutions as a Resource for Developing Teacher Leaders to Integrate Computational Thinking in Earth Science Curriculum – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $169,126.00 – Ormond, Allison; Carlone, Heidi – STEM Adventure Club (STAC) – Burroughs Wellcome Fund
  • $131,382.90 – Tan, Edna – Community-engaged Research Practice Partnerships to Support Justice-oriented STEM Teaching in the Middle Grades – University of Michigan (UMICH)
  • $117,086.76 – Boyce, Ayesha – Network for Computational Nanotechnology – Cyber Platform – Purdue University
  • $116,789.40 – Willse, John; Kim, Kyung Yong – Special Projects in Development and Maintenance of Statewide Assessments (OAERS/DPI, 2019-2020) – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)
  • $98,746.00 – Heredia, Sara – The Phenomenal Genome: Evolving Public Understanding of Genetics in the Post-Mendelian Era – Exploratorium
  • $89,885.54 – Boyce, Ayesha – Network for Computational Nanotechnology – Engineered nanoBio Node – Indiana University at Bloomington
  • $34,588.08 – Willse, John – Accountability Support with Guilford County Schools 2019-2020 – Guilford County Schools
  • $33,037.00 – Wilson, Peter – NC Fourth Math Teacher Curriculum Support Project – Appalachian State University (ASU)
  • $19,815.40 – Willse, John – Experiential Measurement Training with American Board of Pediatrics (2019-2020) – American Board of Pediatrics (ABP)
  • $17,999.82 – Willse, John – Experiential Measurement Training with Castle Worldwide, Inc. (2019-2020) – Castle Worldwide, Inc.
  • $996.29 – O’Connor, Christina – Moss Street Partnership School Songwriters Club – North Carolina Music Educators Association
  • $525.00 – Henson, Robert – Linguistic Background and Views of Bilingualism Among Chinese International Students – Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology

School of Health and Human Sciences submissions

  • $1,099,998.00 – Swick, Danielle – FY 2019 OWEP Competition – DHHS Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
  • $423,618.04 – Maher, Jaclyn – Microtemporal Motivational Processes Regulating Health Behavior Adoption and Maintenance in Older Adults – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $388,194.45 – Echeverria, Sandra – Characterizing how occupation structures diabetes burden in Latino populations – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $199,750.95 – Tudge, Jonathan – Developing gratitude via summer-camp experiences: An intervention with diverse youth – Baylor University Research Institute
  • $172,407.32 – Rulison, Kelly – Testing Peer-led Network Intervention to Prevent Adolescent Vaping – University of Rochester Medical Center
  • $171,689.10 – Armah, Seth – Effect of daily egg consumption on young child growth and development in a rural population: A cluster randomized trial – Egg Nutrition Center
  • $171,102.24 – Mendez, Lucia – More PEAS Please! Building a Partnership for Science Education with Teachers and Underrepresented Minority Preschool Children – East Carolina University (ECU)
  • $131,132.10 – Armah, Seth; Gold, Laurie – Walnut supplementation to reduce truncal fat and inflammation among young adults – California Walnut Commission
  • $129,600.00 – Flynn, Perry – Speech Language Pathology Service Contract with Phoenix Academy – Phoenix Academy
  • $122,432.43 – Tanner, Amanda – iTransition: Developing and Pilot Testing a Multilevel Technology-Based Intervention to Support Youth Living with HIV from Adolescent to Adult Care – Emory University (EU)
  • $101,048.41 – Flynn, Perry – Exceptional Children State Speech-Language Consultant (2019-2020) – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)
  • $99,999.90 – Floyd-Pickard, Melissa – Proposal for Health Department Hepatitis C Bridge Counselor/Care and Linkage Coordinator – Guilford County Department of Public Health
  • $57,069.47 – Rulison, Kelly – The Impact of Sources of Strength, a Primary Prevention Youth Suicide Program, on Sexual Violence Perpetration among Colorado High School Students – University of Florida
  • $56,634.42 – Wyrick, David – SBIR: Development of an Opioid Misuse Prevention Program for Young Adult Workers in the Construction Industry – Prevention Strategies
  • $38,500.00 – Duffy, Donna; Rhea, Christopher – Tracking Estrogen and Progesterone (TEP) in Female Lacrosse Players after a Concussion – US Lacrosse
  • $24,310.14 – Milroy, Jeffrey – Proposal to Examine Collegiate Recreation and Sports Experiences of College Students with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities (IDD) and Recreation and Sports Staff Who Serve College Students with IDD – Special Olympics
  • $19,496.21 – Wyrick, David – Short-Term Proposal to McCrae Williams Foundation – McCrae Williams Foundation
  • $4,043.45 – Adams, William – Influence of Bed Temperature on Sleep Quality in Warm Conditions: A Feasibility Study – Bedgear

School of Nursing submissions

  • $1,473,508.00 – Krowchuk, Heidi – NAT UNCG Greensboro 2019-2021 – DHHS Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
  • $10,000.00 – Van Horn, Elizabeth – Exploration of Competence in New Graduate Nurses – Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
  • $10,000.00 – VanRiel, Yolanda – Exploration of RN to BSN Students Intent for Faculty Role – Sigma Theta Tau International and Chamberlain College of Nursing Center for Excellence in Nursing Education
  • $9,743.00 – Sykes, Catherine – UNCG Clinical Site Development 2019-2020 – North Carolina Area Health Education Center (NC AHEC) Program