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FY19 Third Quarter Awards & Submissions

January, February, March 2019


Posted on Monday, May 20th, 2019 by UNCG Research.



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

  • $36,000 – Welsh, Dianne – Direct Selling Education Foundation Course Content Collaboration – Direct Selling Education Foundation (DSEF)

College of Arts and Sciences new awards

  • $331,598 – Cech, Nadja; Oberlies, Nicholas – Identification of Bioactive Constituents in Algal Biomass – ZIVO Bioscience, Inc.
  • $85,664 – Suthaharan, Shanmugathasan – Deep Understanding of Biomarkers of Age-related Macular Degeneration – University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC)
  • $57,500 – Soles, Jeffrey – Mochlos 2019: Publication and Conservation of Minoan Town – Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP)
  • $57,000 – Lopez, Ignacio – Vihuelists and Courtly Performance of Poetry in Early Modern Spain – UW – Madison Institute for Research in the Humanities
  • $36,000 – Bender, Jill – Assisted Emigrants: Irish Female Migration Projects and the British Empire – National Humanities Center
  • $9,800 – Tsui, Tsz-Kil; Ulus, Yener – Effects of salinization on mercury bioavailability in coastal wetlands at Albemarle-Pamlico Peninsula, North Carolina – NCSU North Carolina Sea Grant
  • $4,000 – Murphy, Joanne – Kea Archaeological Research Survey: Testing the Value of Survey Data – Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP)
  • $2,500 – Gale, Amanda – Interdisciplinary Collaboration + Ideation: Design Features Important to Wellbeing in Higher Education – Interior Design Educators Council (IDEC)

Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering new awards

  • $74,981 – Wei, Jianjun – A chip-based nano-opto-fluidic biosensor for cardiac disease protein biomarkers – North Carolina Biotechnology Center (NCBC)
  • $1,000 – Azzi, Elie – Gateway to Science – University of North Carolina General Administration (UNC GA)

Office of Research and Engagement new awards

  • $30,000 – Sills, Stephen – Preventing Displacement and Homelessness by Eviction: Engaging Residents in Coalition Building. – Ford Foundation
  • $29,770 – Hancock, George; McColskey, Wendy – NCDPI Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI) Schools Service Partners Vetting Process – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)
  • $10,000 – Janke, Emily – Advancing LEAP: Lifetime Eating & Physical Activity Practices – Cone Health System

School of Health and Human Sciences new awards

  • $436,499 – Dharod, Jigna – Cross-generational effect of food insecurity: Understanding the relationship between maternal food insecurity and infant feeding choices. – NIH National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)
  • $7,682 – Schmitz, Randy – ACL Research Retreat VIII – North Carolina Biotechnology Center (NCBC)
  • $6,000 – Adams, William – Inter-Association Task Force Meeting on Preseason Heat Safety in Secondary School Athletics – National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA)

University Libraries new awards

  • $175,500 – Gwynn, James; Cox, Richard – Digital Library on American Slavery Research Fellowship – Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR)

Continuing awards

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

College of Arts and Sciences continuing awards

  • $483,572 – McFarland, Sherri – Immunomodulating Ruthenium Metal Complexes for Melanoma Photodynamic Therapy – NIH National Cancer Institute (NCI)
  • $441,792 – Reggio, Patricia – Molecular Determinants of Cannabinoid Activity – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $369,891 – Wasserberg, Gideon – Oviposition attractants for surveillance and control of sand flies, vectors of Leishmania – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $217,000 – Leimenstoll, Jo – IARC: North Carolina Main Street Program Renewal – Department of Commerce (DOC)
  • $152,839 – Cech, Nadja – Predoctoral Training: Innovative Technologies for Natural Products and CAM Research – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $17,500 – Leimenstoll, Jo – North Carolina Main Street Program – Department of Commerce (DOC)
  • $17,085 – 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)
  • $15,000 – Wasserberg, Gideon – NC DHHS Contract to Survey Tick Distribution in NW NC – North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS)
  • $10,851 – Stine, Roy – GIS Research Internships with Syngenta Crop Protection Inc. – Syngenta Crop Protection Inc.
  • $9,900 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Pilot activity-guided fractionation of Mikania guaco extract. – Procter and Gamble
  • $2,356 – Knapp, Paul – A Fire History from Longleaf Pine at the Nichols Preserve, North Carolina – University of North Carolina at Wilmington (UNCW)

Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering continuing awards

  • $225,000 – Wei, Jianjun – Carbon nanodots for antioxidative and radical scavenging reactions – North Carolina Central University (NCCU)

Office of Research and Engagement continuing awards

  • $422,261 – Zhou, Zhanxiang; Zhang, Qibin – Aldehydes in alcohol-Indiced Organ Injury – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $389,359 – Edmunds, Julie – Evaluation of EQuIPD- Engaging Quality Instruction through Professional Development – University of Florida
  • $168,184 – Zhang, Qibin – Discovery and Validation of Biomarkers of Cardiovascular Complications in Type 1 Diabetes – University of Colorado Denver
  • $32,000 – Payne, C. – Partnerships to Enhance Early Care and Education – Guilford Child Development
  • $3,000 – Edmunds, Julie – University of North Carolina System Student Success Innovation Lab – University of North Carolina General Administration (UNC GA)
  • $2,500 – Williams, Melissa – Title III SIP Grant Evaluation – Forsyth Technical Community College

School of Education continuing awards

  • $242,494 – Ryndak, Diane – The TIES Center: Increasing Time, Instructional Effectiveness, Engagement, and State Support for Inclusive Practices for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities – University of Minnesota

School of Health and Human Sciences continuing awards

  • $706,528 – Etnier, Jennifer – The effect of physical activity on cognition relative to APOE genotype (PAAD-II) – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $573,583 – Wyrick, David; Tanner, Amanda; Milroy, Jeffrey – The Intersection of Alcohol and Sex: Engineering an online STI Prevention Program – Pennsylvania State University
  • $103,180 – Wyrick, David – D.A.R.E. America Partnership – Prevention Strategies
  • $79,266 – Floyd-Pickard, Melissa – Expansion of the GCSTOP Program in Guilford County – Guilford County Department of Public Health
  • $5,000 – Flynn, Perry – Speech Language Pathology Service Contract with Phoenix Academy – Phoenix Academy

Submissions

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

Bryan School of Business and Economics submissions

  • $520,078 – Taras, Vasyl – Decision Making in Very Large Vaguely-Defined Groups: Crowdsourcing Complex Problem Solving. – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $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)
  • $36,000 – Welsh, Dianne – Direct Selling Education Foundation Course Content Collaboration – Direct Selling Education Foundation (DSEF)
  • $30,000 – Van Hasselt, Martyn – Understanding the Distributional Effects of SNAP on Diet Quality – USDA Economic Research Service (ERS)
  • $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 submissions

  • $4,224,246 – Raymann, Kasie – Mid-scale RI-1 (M1:DP): UNCG’s Plant and Pollinator Center for genes to ecosystems studies – enhancing research for environmental sustainability in the face of anthropogenic change – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $1,619,137 – Santin, Joseph – Homeostatic mechanisms in neurons regulate a tractable behavior in vivo – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $1,582,560 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Discovery of anticancer agents of diverse natural origin – Ohio State University
  • $1,236,750 – Oberlies, Nicholas; Cech, Nadja – Botanical Product Clinical Trials: Defining Critical Data to Inform Optimal Design – Washington State University
  • $1,076,749 – Bhandari, Ramji – The Epigenetic and Public Health Consequences of Munitions-Exposure on Vieques, Puerto Rico – University of Georgia (UGA)
  • $999,996 – Schug, Malcolm; Sametz, Lynn; Petersen, Kimberly; Patton, Jeffrey; McGowan, Brian – Clear Pathways: Transitioning Community College Transfer Students to a Four Year University – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $892,092 – Mohanty, Somya – A Multi-Modal Fusion Architecture for Developing ICU Patient At-Risk Score (I-PARS) – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $850,949 – Goldstein, Evan – Building back bigger after disasters in coastal regions around the world – Google
  • $749,026 – Oberlies, Nicholas – MRI: Acquisition of a Console for 700 MHz NMR Instrument – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $675,466 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Deciphering the phenotypic and genomic traits that underlie the evolution of pathogenicity differences among Aspergillus fumigatus and its close relatives – Vanderbilt University Medical Center
  • $638,089 – Goldstein, Evan – Collaborative Research: Using big data and machine learning to understand the phasing and processes that link upland sediment sources to coastal wetland change – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $500,000 – Chiu, Norman – Direct Cell-Based Mass Spectrometric Evaluation of Drug Efficacy and Toxicity – Burroughs Wellcome Fund
  • $449,998 – Kiss, John – Characterization of genes involved with phototropic and gravitropic interactions in plants on the ISS – National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
  • $447,475 – Jia, Zhenquan – Novel carbon nanodots for modulation of OxLDL mediated inflammation and inhibition of atherosclerosis – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $443,772 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Risk of Xenobiotic-Drug Interactions in Chronic Disease – Washington State University
  • $423,987 – Croatt, Mitchell – TAK1 Inhibition by (5Z)-7-Oxozeaenol Analogues for Anticancer Leads – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $411,901 – Cech, Nadja – Hyaluronidase Inhibition as a New Anti-Infective Strategy Against Multi-Drug Resistant Gram-positive pathogens – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $403,567 – Petersen, Kimberly – Stereoselective synthesis of bioactive heterocycles – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $400,125 – Bhandari, Ramji – Correction of endocrine disruptor-induced transgenerational epimutations by CRISPR-dCas9 – NIH National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)
  • $393,300 – Croatt, Mitchell – Synthesis of Ambuic Acid Analogues to Obtain a Lead Target for the Treatment of MRSA – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $363,638 – Cech, Nadja – Modulation of host immunity and colonization resistance by coagulase-negative staphylococci (R01AI143954) – University of Colorado Denver Health Sciences Center
  • $324,865 – Beveridge, Aaron – MassMine Advancement Grant for Sustainable Data-Driven Humanities Research – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)
  • $299,555 – Kiss, John – Plant Growth and Development: Comparison of Spaceflight to Microgravity Analogs – Ohio Wesleyan University (OWU)
  • $217,000 – Leimenstoll, Jo – IARC: North Carolina Main Street Program Renewal – Department of Commerce (DOC)
  • $196,057 – Koerner, Sarah – Collaborative Proposal: MRA: Understanding heterogeneity of responses to nitrogen additions across the grassland macrosystem – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $185,771 – Koerner, Sarah – Collaborative Proposal: MRA: Estimating dark diversity in space and time to understand long-term vegetation dynamics at grassland NEON sites – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $182,722 – Bacot, Alan – Collaborative Research: Investigating the Effect of Neighborhood-level Institutions on Community Resilience following Hurricane Florence in North Carolina. – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $180,699 – Kim, Min Jeong – Enabling Precision Medicine for Parkinson’s Disease with Mild Cognitive Impairment Using Functional Neuroimaging and Genetics – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH)
  • $176,209 – Praskievicz, Sarah – Investigating dynamic interactions among socio-ecological diversity, connectivity, and resilience to inform the future of river conservation – Northern Arizona University(NAU)
  • $166,493 – Kalcounis-Ruppell, Matina; Li, Han – NA Bat in North Carolina: transfer phase to NCWRC – North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission
  • $149,553 – Deng, Jing – Ultra Low-Latency High-Throughput MAC for Next Generation Proximity Wireless Networks – Comcast
  • $139,597 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Single Lab Validation of Kratom (Mitragyna speciosa) – Washington State University
  • $100,000 – Howell, Tracey; Yasaki, Dan – Implementing Math Pathways at UNCG – University of North Carolina System Office(UNC SysOff)
  • $98,346 – Miroshnichenko, Anatoly – Expanding Professional/Amateur Collaboration in High-Resolution Spectroscopy – Mt Cuba Astronomical Foundation
  • $85,664 – Suthaharan, Shanmugathasan – Deep Understanding of Biomarkers of Age-related Macular Degeneration – University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC)
  • $76,000 – Goldstein, Evan – NAS GRP Early Career Research Fellowship: Human-landscape systems of the Coastal USA – National Academy of Sciences
  • $75,668 – Eger, Alexander – Princeton Antioch Republication Project, Turkey – Shelby White and Leon Levy Program for Archaeological Publications
  • $74,596 – Bhandari, Ramji – Germline transmission of epigenetic alterations to offspring induced by bisphenol A exposure – NIH National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)
  • $63,303 – Goldstein, Evan – Tweets from the Storm: Assessing Uncertainty in Coastal Storm Models with Twitter Data – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH)
  • $60,640 – Suthaharan, Shanmugathasan – Next Generation Optogenetics for Vision Restoration – University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC)
  • $57,000 – Lopez, Ignacio – Vihuelists and Courtly Performance of Poetry in Early Modern Spain – UW – Madison Institute for Research in the Humanities
  • $53,973 – Goldstein, Evan – Flow of Water, Carbon, and Sediment within the land sea continuum – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH)
  • $42,000 – Shivaji, Ratnasingham – Analysis of positive steady states for reaction diffusion equations – Simons Foundation
  • $42,000 – Chhetri, Maya – Bifurcation of elliptic boundary value problems – Simons Foundation
  • $42,000 – Lewis, Thomas – Numerical Methods for Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations – Simons Foundation
  • $42,000 – Zhang, Yi – Numerical Methods for Stochastic Variational Inequalities – Simons Foundation
  • $41,675 – Praskievicz, Sarah – Combined coastal-riverine flooding during tropical cyclones: A case study of Hurricane Florence, North Carolina – University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)
  • $34,739 – Suthaharan, Shanmugathasan – Longitudinal tracking of photoreceptor survival subsequent to retinal pigmented epithelial cell degeneration and death in age-related macular degeneration – University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC)
  • $29,999 – Mbuvi, Andrew – Fostering Social Justice and Civil Responsibility within the newly formed Non-Profit Concentration in the Religious Studies Department, at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG). – Wabash Center
  • $29,828 – Belmont, Ronald – MRI Consortium: Development of an Inner Hadronic Calorimeter for High Energy Jets in sPHENIX – Georgia State University
  • $22,500 – Jia, Zhenquan; Chiu, Norman – Spectral Database for Identifying Toxicity of New Chemical Materials – North Carolina Biotechnology Center (NCBC)
  • $14,987 – Murphy, Joanne – Civically Engaged Humanities: Bringing Theory to Practice – Bringing Theory to Practice
  • $14,550 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Verticillin as a new therapy for ovarian cancer – University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)
  • $9,800 – Tsui, Tsz-Ki; Ulus, Yener – Effects of salinization on mercury bioavailability in coastal wetlands at Albemarle-Pamlico Peninsula, North Carolina – NCSU North Carolina Sea Grant
  • $2,500 – Park, Jennifer – Cartographic Games: Visualizing World-Division in Seventeenth-Century English Geographical Playing Cards – City of Chicago Newberry Library
  • $2,500 – Gale, Amanda – Interdisciplinary Collaboration + Ideation: Design Features Important to Wellbeing in Higher Education – Interior Design Educators Council (IDEC)

Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering submissions

  • $7,339,423 – Lajeunesse, Dennis – Materials Innovation Platform with NCSU – North Carolina State University (NCSU)
  • $749,938 – Kepley, Christopher – A Novel Mast Cell Platform for Breast Cancer Immunotherapy – DOD Breast Cancer Research Program
  • $678,300 – Rathnayake, Hemal; iJia, Zhenquan; Hematian, Shabnam; Josephs, Eric – MRI: Acquisition of a Cryogenic High-Resolution Transmission Electron Microscope for Multi-disciplinary Research and Teaching at a Leading R-2 Research Institution – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $444,350 – Kepley, Christopher – Studies examining quantitative in vivo imaging of breast cancer-targeted, therapeutic human mast cells – DOD Breast Cancer Research Program
  • $403,618 – Kepley, Christopher – Quantitative in vivo imaging of breast cancer-targeted, therapeutic human mast cells – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $400,125 – Kepley, Christopher – Understanding the mechanism of action of a new gold based therapeutic with nerve re-myelinating properties – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $24,000 – Josephs, Eric – Evolving “efficiently small” therapeutic proteins – North Carolina Biotechnology Center (NCBC)
  • $24,000 – Kepley, Christopher – Testing Autologous, Tumor Targeted Human Mast Cells in a Breast Cancer Xenograft Model – North Carolina Biotechnology Center (NCBC)
  • $23,850 – Ignatova, Tetyana – Ignatova_Flash_Grant – North Carolina Biotechnology Center (NCBC)
  • $1,000 – Azzi, Elie – Gateway to Science – University of North Carolina General Administration (UNC GA)

Office of Research and Engagement submissions

  • $1,773,932 – Zhang, Qibin – Lipidome remodeling during development of T1D – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $799,757 – Grebing, Eric – The Rural Early College Network – CELL – University of Indianapolis
  • $581,412 – Edmunds, Julie – Principal Professional Development – Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO)
  • $422,093 – Shelton, Terri – Statewide Birth-5 Needs Assessment – NCDHHS Division of Child Development
  • $396,277 – Edmunds, Julie – Education Innovation and Research (EIR) Program-Early Phase Grants: Central Ohio Partnership for College and Career Readiness Expansion 2.0 (CCRE2) – Columbus State Community College
  • $200,000 – Sienkiewicz, Holly – Thriving at Three – United Way of Greater Greensboro
  • $130,000 – Sienkiewicz, Holly – Immigrant Health ACCESS Project Support – United Way of Greater Greensboro
  • $107,383 – Sills, Stephen – Raleigh Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice – City of Raleigh
  • $87,907 – Edmunds, Julie – Evaluation of the Aggie Success Academy at North Carolina A&T State University – University of North Carolina System Office(UNC SysOff)
  • $75,001 – Sills, Stephen – Invest Health Greensboro Creating a Pipeline of Asthma-Safe Housing Projects – Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF)
  • $65,001 – Coyle, Victoria – S-STEM Scholarship in Information and Data Sciences – University of North Texas (UNT)
  • $35,521 – Hancock, George; McColskey, Wendy – NCDPI Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI) Schools Service Partners Vetting Process – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)
  • $35,000 – Sienkiewicz, Holly – Promoting Sustainability: Updating the Interpreter Bank and Community Center Model – Weaver Foundation
    $30,000 – Sills, Stephen – Preventing Displacement and Homelessness by Eviction: Engaging Residents in Coalition Building. – Ford Foundation
  • $24,012 – Sills, Stephen – Fostering engagement in the Cottage Grove neighborhood through community involvement in riparian cleanup to enhance stormwater quality – NCSU WRRI Stormwater Group
  • $20,257 – Sills, Stephen – Housing, Health, and the Achievement Gap: Proposal Submitted to the Community Development Division of the City of Asheville, NC – City of Asheville
  • $20,222 – Sills, Stephen – Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice for the Surry Home Consortium – Piedmont Triad Regional Council
  • $10,000 – Zhang, Qibin – Lipid Mediator Analysis – University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • $10,000 – Janke, Emily – Advancing LEAP: Lifetime Eating & Physical Activity Practices – Cone Health System
  • $7,042 – Hancock, George – Ashe County High Schools Comprehensive Needs Assessment – Ashe Schools
  • $2,001 – 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 submissions

  • $499,886 – Boyce, Ayesha – NSF INCLUDES Alliance: Strengthening Pre-college Programs as a Mechanism to Promote Equitable Access to University Admissions and Persistence in STEM – University of Pittsburgh
  • $200,000 – O’Connor, Christina; Smith, Julia – Families Forward at Moss Street Partnership School – Golden LEAF Foundation
    $113,494 – Lenstra, Noah – Community Health and Wellness: Small and Rural Library Practices, Perspectives, and Programs – University of Oklahoma
  • $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. – Duke Energy Foundation
  • $14,903 – Cooper, Jewell – Family Real-World Literacy Project – Dollar General Literacy Foundation
  • $5,000 – O’Connor, Christina – Moss Street House Gardens and Outdoor Classroom – Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation
  • $3,000 – O’Connor, Christina – Summer Reads from Moss Street – Dollar General Literacy Foundation

School of Health and Human Sciences submissions

  • $1,588,152 – Smith, Paige – Statewide Training and Technical Assistance Program to Improve Services to LGBTQ Crime Victims – Governors Crime Commission (GCC)
  • $685,623 – Dollar, Jessica – Substance Use and Cardiometabolic Risk in Adolescence and Early Adulthood: Contributions of Psychosocial Processes – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $581,926 – Shultz, Sandra – Resistive Exercise Program for the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (REP-ACL) – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $391,704 – Dharod, Jigna – Food shortage at the end of the month: to what extent it occurs and does it cause overeating among food insecure pregnant women – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $207,177 – Perrin, Maryanne – Nutrient and Bioactive Composition in Donor Human Milk in the United States – Connecticut Childrens Medical Center
  • $94,994 – Dyson, Yarneccia – HPTN 064: Individual Level Differences between Racial and Ethnic Minority Women – HIV Prevention Trials Network (HPTN)
  • $79,265 – Floyd-Pickard, Melissa – Expansion of the GCSTOP Program in Guilford County – Guilford County Department of Public Health
  • $50,000 – Tudge, Jonathan – Encouraging the development of connective gratitude in youth at school – Spencer Foundation
  • $49,966 – McGuirt, Jared – EHR based clinic-community linkage systems change to connect patients with federally funded nutrition education programming – UNC-CH North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences (NC TraCS) Institute
  • $49,812 – Scott-Little, Mary; Kang, Jean – On-Line Leadership in Infant & Toddler Learning Post Baccalaureate Certificate Pilot – NCDHHS Division of Child Development
  • $23,000 – Adams, William – Association of habitual fluid intake on physical activity, sleep, mood disposition, and stress in college-aged men and women – National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA)
  • $20,000 – Fordahl, Steven – Flaxseed Oil as an Anti-Inflammatory Treatment to Reverse Deficits in Dopamine Neuron Function caused by Obesity. – AmeriFlax
  • $20,000 – Floyd-Pickard, Melissa; Poole, Kelly – GCSTOP Emergency Medical Services – Guilford County Department of Public Health
  • $14,421 – Milroy, Jeffrey – SBIR: Promoting Adolescent Future Orientation through Simulated Experiences Aimed at Realizing Lifestyle Goals – Prevention Strategies
  • $10,000 – Adams, William – Habitual Fluid Intake on Health and Wellness in College-Aged Hispanic Men and Women – American College of Sports Medicine Foundation (ACSM)
  • $2,500 – Schmitz, Randy – The impact of differential knee laxity on brain function during knee joint loading. – National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA)

School of Nursing submissions

  • $1,490,996 – Letvak, Susan – UNCG Veteran’s Access Program and RNs in Primary Care – DHHS Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
  • $98,989 – Debrew, Jacqueline – RN BSN Educational Mobility 2019-2020 – Northwest Area Health Education Center (AHEC)
  • $22,744 – Best, Nakia – School Nurse Factors Associated with Medication Administration Accuracy and School Nurse Case Management for Students with Chronic Health Conditions – National Association of School Nurses (NASN)
  • $1,200 – Lewallen, Lynne – Workplace Incivility and its effect on nursing faculty – Southern Nursing Research Society (SNRS)

The Graduate School submissions

  • $42,000 – Bell, Gregory – Coarse Geometry and Applications – Simons Foundation

University Libraries submissions

  • $238,169 – Halbert, Martin – Carolina Digital Library Network Pilot Project – Institute of Museum and Library Services
  • $147,264 – Halbert, Martin – CALLAM National Forums Project – Institute of Museum and Library Services
  • $28,200 – Halbert, Martin – Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Training Environmental Scan – LYRASIS
  • $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)

University of North Carolina at Greensboro submissions

  • $499,910 – Whitworth, Jeffrey – CC* Networking Infrastructure: Gate City Research Network – A Multi-Institution Science DMZ – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $299,933 – Vance, Kathryn – OVW Campus Grant – US Department of Justice (DOJ)

Weatherspoon Art Museum submissions

  • $66,429 – Doll, Nancy – Weatherspoon Art Museum New Visitor Services Center – Hillsdale Fund
  • $43,650 – Stamey, Emily – To the Hoop: Basketball and Contemporary Art – National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)
  • $15,000 – Stamey, Emily – To the Hoop: Basketball and Contemporary Art – North Carolina Arts Council