FY21 Second Quarter Awards and Submissions


New Awards

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

College of Arts and Sciences

  • $775,990.00 – Murphy, Arthur – Recipe for Success – Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
  • $21,000.00 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Peak Libraries-10 plates – Procter and Gamble
  • $12,500.00 – Kim, Min Jeong – AI Assisted Early Outcome Predication for Brain Tumors Treated with Stereotactic Radiosurgery – Cone Health System

Office of Research and Engagement

  • $295,006.14 – Weil, John; Sechrist, Stacy – Building Capacity to Identify and Serve Victims of Human Trafficking in Underserved Areas of Eastern North Carolina- 2020 – Governors Crime Commission (GCC)
  • $250,000.00 – Abdo, Diya – Triad Naturalization Application and Education Services Collaborative – US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS)
  • $29,087.00 – Sills, Stephen; Rich, Bruce – Greensboro COVID-19 Eviction Crisis Mediation Project – Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro
  • $15,579.20 – Sechrist, Stacy; Weil, John – Support of Lexington Police Department’s Offender Focused Domestic Violence Initiative-Year 2020-2021 – City of Lexington Police Department
  • $15,000.00 – Murray, Christine; Bunch, Ricky – Identifying High-Risk, Underserved Victim Populations in Cleveland County, NC, Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Geographic Analyses – Justice Research and Statistics Association (JRSA)
  • $10,800.00 – Abdo, Diya – Refugee After School Program 2020-02021 – New Arrivals Institute

School of Education

  • $30,000.00 – Clarida, Brian – Assistant Principal Leadership Academy – Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools

School of Health and Human Sciences

  • $433,143.16 – Smith, Paige – NC LGBTQ Domestic Violence Response Initiative – 2020 – Governors Crime Commission (GCC)
  • $68,091.00 – Davis, Paul – BELT Program (2020-2021) – Cone Health System

School of Nursing

  • $25,000.00 – Letvak, Susan – The Physical Ergonomic Safety of the Perioperative Nurse – CCI Research Foundation

Continuing Awards

Bryan School of Business and Economics

  • $25,903.00 – Van Hasselt, Martyn – Improving Models of Alcohol Consumption Mismeasurement and Burden of Disease – Research Triangle Institute (RTI International)
  • $2,000.00 – Yang, Zhi Yong – How to Enhance the Effectiveness of Anti-Smoking Messages in Curtailing Teen Smoking: The Role of Parenting Strategies – Association for Consumer Research

College of Arts and Sciences

  • $391,992.00 – Oberlies, Nicholas; Cech, Nadja – Natural Product-Drug Interaction Research: The Roadmap to Best Practices. – Washington State University
  • $181,875.00 – Chiu, Norman – Epitranscriptome Associated with Glioblastoma Therapeutic Resistance – Massachusetts General Hospital
  • $163,687.00 – Bhandari, Ramji – Correction of endocrine disruptor-induced transgenerational epimutations by CRISPR-dCas9 – NIH National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)
  • $135,093.00 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Deciphering the phenotypic and genomic traits that underlie the evolution of pathogenicity differences among Aspergillus fumigatus and its close relatives – Vanderbilt University
  • $71,705.00 – Smith, Julia – National Research Center on Hispanic Children and Families – Child Trends
  • $35,653.33 – Rueppell, Olav – The Impact of Body Size on Resilience in Apis mellifera – DOD DA Army Research Office (ARO)
  • $35,000.00 – Wasserberg, Gideon – NC DHHS Contract to Survey Tick Distribution in NW NC 2020-2021 – North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS)
  • $27,000.00 – Gray, Rosemery – GUILFORD COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION AGREEMENT FOR ADMINISTRATOR TRAINING – Guilford County Schools
  • $21,974.38 – Lawler, Insa – Understanding Progress, in Science and Beyond – University of Iceland
  • $14,000.00 – Smith, Julia – National Research Center on Hispanic Children and Families – Child Trends
  • $9,879.00 – DeJesus, Jasmine – The Development of Eating Behavior in Infancy: Associations with Behavior, Diet, and Growth to Age 6 years – University of Michigan (UMICH)

Division of Student Affairs

  • $100,000.00 – Hall, Nicole – SECU Public Fellows Internship Program – State Employee Credit Union Foundation (SECU)

Office of Research and Engagement

  • $273,051.00 – Frison, Sonja – NC Healthy Transitions for Youth and Young Adults with Serious Mental Disorders – North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS)
  • $200,000.00 – Edmunds, Julie – Evaluation of EQuIPD- Engaging Quality Instruction through Professional Development – University of Florida
  • $143,975.00 – Abdo, Diya – Immigrant Health ACCESS Project – Cone Health Foundation
  • $57,000.00 – Janke, Emily – PLACE Collaboratory – Bringing Theory to Practice
  • $52,425.00 – Janke, Emily; Haldeman, Lauren – LEAP Partnership (Lifetime Eating and Physical Activity Practices) – Cone Health System
  • $48,279.00 – Gruber, Kenneth; Andersen, Martin; Terri Shelton – NC Promoting Integration of Primary and Behavioral Health Care (PIPBHC) Evaluation – Sandhills Center Local Management Entity
  • $20,340.00 – Endres, Christina – McKinney Vento Liaison Certification – Indiana Department of Education (IDOE)
  • $20,037.00 – Edmunds, Julie – Expanding the Evidence Base for Career and Technical Education (CTE) Network-Network Lead – American Institutes for Research (AIR)
  • $10,535.00 – Sills, Stephen – Guilford County Schools – Fannie Mae Challenge Grant – Fannie Mae Foundation
  • $3,500.00 – Janke, Emily – PLACE Collaboratory – Bringing Theory to Practice

School of Education

  • $169,982.00 – 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
  • $98,884.00 – 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
  • $38,400.00 – Tan, Edna – RCN: Equity Making Network: Coordinating Research for Critical Making Cultures and Practices – Boston University
  • $22,973.00 – Tan, Edna – EHR CORE Research: Fostering Deep Learning, Identity & Agency: Minoritized Students Learning Biology in Personal & Community-Relevant Contexts – Rutgers the State University of New Jersey

School of Health and Human Sciences

  • $3,642,600.00 – Hestenes, Linda; Hestenes, Steve; Mims, Sharon – North Carolina Rated License Assessment Project – NCDHHS Division of Child Development
  • $132,975.00 – Poole, Kelly – Partnership to Address Co-Occurring Disorders – Cone Health Foundation
  • $117,695.00 – Pearson, Anne; Poole, Kelly – Congregational Social Work Education Initiative (CSWEI 2020-21) – Cone Health Foundation
  • $99,959.94 – Floyd-Pickard, Melissa – GCSTOP Additional Funding – Guilford County Department of Public Health
  • $74,516.00 – Hestenes, Linda; Hestenes, Steve; Mims, Sharon – North Carolina Rated License Assessment Project – NCDHHS Division of Child Development
  • $55,000.00 – Tanner, Amanda – HIV Prevention Among Latina Transgerner Women Who Have Sex With Men: Evaluation of a Locally Developed Intervention – Wake Forest University Health Sciences
  • $40,190.00 – 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)
  • $34,150.00 – Poole, Kelly; Gruber, Kenneth – Addressing the Opiate Crisis through Harm Reduction – Cone Health Foundation
  • $33,776.00 – Schulz, Mark – Greensboro Safe Routes to Schools – City of Greensboro Department of Transportation (GDOT)
  • $4,875.00 – Chetwynd, Ellen – Transforming Clinics for Better Breastfeeding Outcomes – North Carolina Breastfeeding Coalition

University Libraries

  • $8,933.00 – Robinson, Brian – “No Longer Yours”: Contextualizing and Emphasizing Freedom Seekers of North Carolina – Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH)

University of North Carolina at Greensboro

  • $6,000.00 – Raynor, Samantha; Saunders, Dana – Disrupting the Churn: The Effect of Targeted Supports on Late College Outcomes – University of North Carolina System Office (UNC SysOff)

Weatherspoon Art Museum

  • $20,000.00 – Stamey, Emily – Bridge Ahead Initiative – Phase 2 – Reopening – Art Bridges Foundation

Submissions

Bryan School of Business and Economics

  • $246,442.08 – Liang, Xueping; Smith, Kane – Cybersecurity Research on Distributed Systems and Cloud Computing Applications for Tomorrow’s Workforce in STEM – DOD DN Office of Naval Research (ONR)
  • $202,317.20 – Taras, Vasyl; Dissanayake, Indika; Maksimov, Vladislav – The Psychology of Decision Making and Judgement in Crowds: Improving Problem-Solving in Large Loosely-Coupled Groups. – US-Israel Binational Science Foundation
  • $174,792.00 – Liang, Xueping – CRII: III: Blockchain Empowered Trustworthy Data Provenance for Healthcare Amid and Post the COVID-19 Era – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $103,799.70 – Taras, Vasyl – Crowdsourcing of Problem-Solving: (How) Can Crowds Beat Experts at Solving Complex Problems? – Department of Defense (DOD)
  • $16,720.00 – Byrd, Erick – NC Wine Stakeholder Familiarization Tours (FAM) – North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDACS)
  • $11,000.00 – Byrd, Erick – NC Wine Stakeholder Communication & Education Initiative (SCEI) – North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDACS)

College of Arts and Sciences

  • $3,498,506.17 – Coleman, James; Hamilton, Andrew; Howell, Tracey; Schug, Malcolm; Smith, Julia – Louis Stokes New STEM Pathways Implementation-Only Alliance: Mountains to Sea North Carolina LSAMP – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $1,818,751.46 – Raymann, Kasie – Integrating in silico, in vitro, and in vivo approaches to decipher the evolution of opportunistic pathogens – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $1,818,750.00 – Patel, Yashomati – Effect of Naringenin on Metabolism – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $1,799,969.49 – Kopper, Regis – FirstModulAR: Designing and Integrating Augmented Reality User Interface Modules for First Responders – DOC National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  • $828,889.73 – McLean, Bryan – Collaborative Research: Digitization TCN: Ranges: An extended trait-base for mammals from the American West – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $436,500.00 – Patel, Yashomati – Mechanism of Myosin Action in Glucose Uptake – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $427,504.00 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Genomic and chemical diversity of Aspergillus flavus in relation to fungal keratitis – NIH National Eye Institute
  • $398,768.97 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Anti-Malarial Drug Leads from Fungi – NIH National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
  • $393,268.15 – Bhandari, Ramji – Transcriptional and epigenetic responses of human bronchial epithelial cells to delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol – NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
  • $393,267.24 – Croatt, Mitchell – Ambuic Acid Analogues – Lead Generation for the Treatment of MRSA – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $363,750.00 – Reggio, Patricia – Development of non-opioid, non-addictive analgesics for treating chronic and neuropathic pain – Northeastern University
  • $353,213.67 – Praskievicz, Sarah – Large woody debris in low-gradient floodplain rivers: Spatial distribution, physical controls, and geomorphic effects – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $320,139.05 – Kopper, Regis – Immersive, Multi-modal Learning Experiences about Coastal Environmental Hazards to Promote Emotional Mediation of Content Understanding and Behavior – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH)
  • $299,600.00 – Popova, Maia – Collaborative Research: Exploring Connections Between Instructional Practice and Student Problem Solving in Inorganic Chemistry Learning Environments – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $206,901.00 – Terui, Akira – Identifying key restoration habitats in a metapopulation network to improve species viability: a case study of Topeka Shiner – Syngenta
  • $199,990.00 – Cech, Nadja – From Farm to Lab: A Botanical Research Garden at an Urban, Minority Serving Institution – Carnegie Corporation of New York
  • $197,196.15 – Weighill, Thomas – Geometric summaries of network data via optimal transport and persistent homology – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $178,422.29 – Zhang, Yi – Novel Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Deterministic and Stochastic Optimization Problems with Inequality Constraints – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $170,526.82 – Lewis, Thomas – Narrow-Stencil Numerical Methods for Approximating Nonlinear Elliptic Partial Differential Equations – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $166,297.77 – Miroshnichenko, Anatoly – Solving the Long-Standing Puzzle of the B[e] Phenomenon – NSF Directorate for Mathematical and Physical Sciences (MPS)
  • $154,692.63 – Praskievicz, Sarah – Integrating Dynamic Interactions and Feedbacks among Socio-Ecological Diversity, Connectivity, and Resilience to Inform the Future of Riverine Ecosystem Conservation – Northern Arizona University(NAU)
  • $150,000.00 – Todd, Daniel; Chiu, Norman – Acquisition of Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer for Sensitive Targeted Analysis – North Carolina Biotechnology Center (NCBC)
  • $145,500.00 – Jia, Zhenquan – Intracellular assembly of caged-luciferin derivatives as bioluminescent probes for cellular ozone detection – UNC-CH Global Studies
  • $140,000.00 – Gray, Rosemery; Keane, Susan – Providing Mental Health Assessments to Children in Guilford County Schools: A University/Public School Partnership – Guilford County Schools
  • $140,000.00 – Gray, Rosemery; Keane, Susan – Providing Mental Health Counseling to Children from Guilford County Schools: A University/School Partnership – Guilford County Schools
  • $136,161.81 – Hodgkins, Christopher – George Herbert: Complete Works – Northern Michigan University
  • $109,983.00 – Hematian, Shabnam – Alternative Electrocatalytic Strategies for Formation of the C-N and C-C bonds Using Ferrocene Derivatives – American Chemical Society (ACS) Petroleum Research Fund
  • $77,074.26 – Petersen, Kimberly – Investigation and Optimization of a Novel, Pheromone-based Tool for Measuring Honey bee Colony Pest and Disease Resistance – Optera
  • $70,000.00 – Clarke, Ben – Working-Class Literature: Writing and the Idea of Labor – Stanford University Humanities Center=
  • $69,000.00 – Qadir, Neelofer – Afrasian Imaginaries: Global Capitalism in Indian Ocean Worlds (monograph) – Harvard University Mahindra Humanities Center
  • $68,310.00 – Oberlies, Nicholas; Pierre, Herma – Bioengineering “clickable” verticillin A analogues to probe activity in ovarian cancer – Ruth L Kirschstein National Service Award (NRSA)
  • $68,310.00 – Reddick, Jason; Meadows, Victoria – Investigating polyketide synthesis enzymes in Bacillus amyloliquefaciens – Ruth L Kirschstein National Service Award (NRSA)
  • $68,310.00 – Wahlheim, Christopher; Garlitch, Sydney – Comparing Semantic and Episodic Memory Updating in Older and Younger Adults. – Ruth L Kirschstein National Service Award (NRSA)
  • $62,300.00 – Qadir, Neelofer – Afrasian Imaginaries: Global Capitalism in Indian Ocean Worlds (monograph) – University of Pennsylvania
  • $55,937.94 – Praskievicz, Sarah – Post-wildlife debris-flow runout and inundation mapping using geospatial analysis – University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)
  • $51,493.00 – Rogers, Eugene – Imitation, Imaging, and the Image of God. – National Humanities Center
  • $51,063.00 – Chiu, Norman; Simpson, Jennifer – An epitranscriptomic approach to re-sensitize drug-resistant glioblastoma cells – Ruth L Kirschstein National Service Award (NRSA)
  • $49,495.00 – Wagoner, Kaira – Hydrocarbon-induced immune priming to improve honey bee colony Varroa-resistance – Project Apis m.
  • $49,228.00 – Green, Tara – Yolande, W.E.B. and Nina Du Bois: Biography of a Daughter – National Humanities Center
  • $43,233.31 – Yasaki, Dan; Pauli, Sebastian; Saidak, Filip; Smyth, Clifford; Tangedal, Brett – Summer School in Computational Number Theory – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $39,756.42 – Kiss, John – Augmentation to “Novel Explorations into the interactions Between Light and Gravity Sensing in Plants” – National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
  • $35,000.00 – Soles, Jeffrey – Greek-American Excavation at Mochlos, 2021-2022 – AIA-NEH Grants for Archaeological Research
  • $35,000.00 – Soles, Jeffrey – Greek-American Excavation at Mochlos, 2021-2022 – Loeb Classical Library Foundation
  • $35,000.00 – Eger, Alexander – Town and Country in the Medieval Near East – Dumbarton Oaks Research Libarary and Collection
  • $34,999.80 – Wasserberg, Gideon – NC DHHS Contract to Survey Tick Distribution in NW NC 2020-2021 – North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS)
  • $34,668.00 – Eger, Alexander – Town and Country in the Medieval Islamic World – National Humanities Center
  • $30,000.00 – Andrews, Ashlee – The Home Shrine and the Transnational World – American Association of University Women (AAUW)
  • $30,000.00 – Eger, Alexander – Ba?r al-R?m: insularity and seascape in Byzantine and Islamic Mediterranean from Heraclius to the Fatimids (7th – 12th c. AD – Israel Institute for Advanced Studies (IIAS)
  • $27,000.00 – Gray, Rosemery – GUILFORD COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION AGREEMENT FOR ADMINISTRATOR TRAINING – Guilford County Schools
  • $20,998.56 – Oberlies, Nicholas – Peak Libraries-10 plates – Procter and Gamble
  • $19,921.93 – Kutty, Asha – Inspiring African American Students into Interior Design Careers: A Pilot Study for a National Pedagogical Model – American Society of Interior Designers Foundation
  • $13,100.00 – Zhang, Yi – Studying material transport in the vortical flow using Direct Numerical Simulations: Lagrangian and Eulerian approaches – BYU Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics (CURM)
  • $9,000.00 – McAvoy, Gregory – Political Discussions in a Partisan Era: How Political and Social Diversity Influences the Civic Values and Attitudes of High School Students – North Carolina State University (NCSU)
  • $6,000.00 – Green, Tara – Yolande, W.E.B. and Nina Du Bois: Biography of a Daughter – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)
  • $4,980.50 – Gray, Rosemery – Borderline Personality Disorder and Prosocial Behavior – American Psychological Foundation (APF)
  • $500.00 – Walch, Teresa – 2021 Jack and Anita Hess Faculty Seminar Submission – United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

College of Visual and Performing Arts

  • $34,743.00 – Hofling, Ana Paula – Dancing Brazil’s Other: choreographies of race, class, and nation – National Humanities Center

Division of Student Affairs

  • $100,000.00 – Hall, Nicole – SECU Public Fellows Internship Program – State Employee Credit Union Foundation (SECU)

Enrollment Management

  • $83,079.02 – Anastasiou, Maria – Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program for Iraq — Public Health – America-Medeast Educational and Training Services, Inc. (AMIDEAST)

Office of Research and Engagement

  • $2,265,267.68 – Zhong, Wei – Intestinal aryl hydrocarbon receptor and stem cell dyshomeostasis in alcoholic liver disease – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $982,953.64 – Murray, Christine – Bringing Out the Best: FY 2021-2022 and FY 2022-2023 – Guilford County Partnership for Children
  • $400,658.00 – Murray, Christine – The Impact of Past Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and Probable IPV-related Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) on Cognitive and Mental Health in Midlife – NIH National Institute on Aging (NIA)
  • $261,697.41 – Abdo, Diya – AmeriCorps ACCESS Project – North Carolina Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service
  • $254,754.50 – Sills, Stephen; Debbage, Keith; Rich, Bruce – Planning Services for Unified Development Ordinance Project for Chatham County – Chatham County
  • $173,577.60 – Yamaguchi, Ryoko – Examining Science Teaching and Equity for English and Multilingual Learners (ESTEEM) – Loyola Marymount University (LMU)
  • $164,995.00 – Sills, Stephen; Gruber, Kenneth – Subaward for UNC Institute for the Environment for the Development of a Translational Research Center – UNC-CH Institute for the Environment
  • $150,150.00 – Zhang, Qibin – Influence of almond supplementation on energy, performance, and inflammation resolution from exercise-induced muscle damage – Appalachian State University (ASU)
  • $94,964.00 – Murray, Christine; Howard, Janet – Bringing Out the Best: Brunswick County, NC, Pilot Expansion – Golden LEAF Foundation
  • $59,963.00 – Hutchins, Bryan – Collaborative Research: IUSE: EHR: Using Affordable Hardware and Student-Centered Personalized Learning Pedagogy to Advance Undergraduate Robotics Education – East Carolina University (ECU)
  • $58,500.00 – Grebing, Eric – NSF AISL Proposal Science in Fiction: Science Fiction Conventions as Avenues for Broadening Participation in STEM (SciFiC) – Texas Tech University
  • $58,247.00 – Sills, Stephen – Targeting Resources for Addressing SDOH in Health Impacted Communities of Color in East Greensboro – Z Smith Reynolds Foundation
  • $53,536.00 – Arshavsky, Nina – Alamance Community College BioGrow Institute Proposal – Alamance Community College (ACC)
  • $52,425.00 – Janke, Emily; Haldeman, Lauren – LEAP Partnership (Lifetime Eating and Physical Activity Practices) – Cone Health System
  • $51,208.00 – Sills, Stephen; Gruber, Kenneth; Rich, Bruce – City of Greensboro Eviction Mediation Project – City of Greensboro Neighborhood Development Department
  • $50,000.00 – Abdo, Diya – Building Long-Term Power Among Latinx Communities – North Carolina Collaborative for Strong Latinx Communities (NCCSLC)
  • $48,279.00 – Shelton, Terri; Andersen, Martin; Gruber, Kenneth – NC Promoting Integration of Primary and Behavioral Health Care (PIPBHC) Evaluation – Sandhills Center Local Management Entity
  • $48,279.00 – Shelton, Terri; Andersen, Martin; Gruber, Kenneth – NC Promoting Integration of Primary and Behavioral Health Care (PIPBHC) Evaluation, 2021 – Sandhills Center Local Management Entity
  • $30,000.00 – Mazade, Noel – Texas Leadership Fellows Academy 2020-2021 – North Carolina State University (NCSU)
  • $29,203.00 – Sills, Stephen; Gruber, Kenneth; Rich, Bruce – High Point Eviction Mediation Project: A Program to Improve Housing Stability and Resolve Eviction Cases Due to COVID19 – Foundation for a Healthy High Point
  • $27,786.14 – Murray, Christine; Bunch, Ricky – STIR Labs Challenge for City of West Sacramento: Assessing the Efficacy of the Police-Social Services Co-Responder Model for Community-Wide Mental Health – City Innovate (STIR Labs)
  • $20,000.00 – Abdo, Diya; Nikokeza, Natacha – Bridging the Gap: Supporting Refugee and Immigrant Children with Remote-Learning and mitigating other impacts of COVID-19 on their educational experiences – Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro
  • $15,913.80 – Sechrist, Stacy; Weil, John – Support of Lexington Police Department’s Offender Focused Domestic Violence Initiative-Year 2020-2021 – City of Lexington Police Department
  • $14,999.60 – Murray, Christine; Bunch, Ricky – Identifying High-Risk, Underserved Victim Populations in Cleveland County, NC, Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Geographic Analyses – Justice Research and Statistics Association (JRSA)
  • $10,000.00 – Abdo, Diya – Supporting Health and Safety of Immigrant and Refugee Children and Parents – American Heart Association (AHA)
  • $4,000.00 – Abdo, Diya – Evaluating the CNNC Community Centers: A Guilford College and UNCG CNNC Collaboration – Guilford College
  • $1,500.00 – Abdo, Diya – The Immigrant Health ACCESS Project: A Partnership between UNC Greensboro’s Center for New North Carolinians & Cone Health Foundation – Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF)

School of Education

  • $967,476.85 – Freeman-Green, Shaqwana – Intersectionality Between Rural and Urban Special Education (iBRUSE) – DOED Office of Postsecondary Education
  • $743,251.51 – Lenstra, Noah – NATURE-SMART LIBRARIES: Building Community Well-Being Through Connection to Nature – Institute of Museum and Library Services
  • $522,206.84 – Dawkins, April; Moorefield Lang, Heather – Delta Scholars Lifelong Learning Program – Institute of Museum and Library Services
  • $398,676.00 – Reid, Aileen – AI Institute: AI-Augmented Learning: Adult Learning: Novel AI Techniques for Online Education – Georgia Research Alliance (GRA)
  • $361,782.19 – Wilson, Peter – Collaborative Research: Co-Designing for Statewide Alignment of a Vision for High Quality Mathematics Instruction [VISIONS] – NSF Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR)
  • $288,055.00 – Boyce, Ayesha – Expeditions: Collaborative Research: Enabling the Inference of the Eukaryotic Network of Life – William Marsh Rice University
  • $217,799.07 – Wilson, Peter – Collaborative Research: Obstacles and Avenues to Improving School Mathematics in Two States – NSF Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR)
  • $87,870.00 – He, Ye – STARTALK: Integrating Content, Culture and Language for Student Wellbeing – University of Maryland National Foreign Language Center (NFLC)
  • $59,897.00 – Chan, Christian – Lived Experiences of Institutional Betrayal of Pretenured Faculty Who Are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color at Predominantly White Institutions – Spencer Foundation
  • $49,909.41 – Smith, Tiffany; Boyce, Ayesha – OAERS evaluation for the SCALE Program (Microelectronics Workforce Development) – Purdue University
  • $31,881.96 – Smith, Tiffany – OAERS contract with NCCPA – National Commission on Certification on Physician Assistants (NCCPA)
  • $30,000.00 – Clarida, Brian – Assistant Principal Leadership Academy – Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools
  • $15,650.00 – Patterson Zoch, Melody – The Real World English Program – North Carolina Collaborative for Strong Latinx Communities (NCCSLC)
  • $9,064.00 – Chow, Anthony – Level Up – The Undergraduate Student Health and Wellness Research and Graduate School Preparation e-Learning Boot Camp – Elizabeth City State University (ECSU)

School of Health and Human Sciences

  • $3,543,239.32 – Gold, Laurie – Biopsychosocial influences on cardiometabolic risk and early indicators of cardiovascular disease from adolescence through emerging adulthood – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $3,359,980.75 – Maher, Jaclyn – Integrated Measurement of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behavior, Diet, and Environmental Context to Understand College Student Health – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $1,611,917.80 – Mendez, Lucia; Laparo, Karen – Bilingualtek: An Integrated Science-Language Instructional Approach for Latinx Preschoolers – National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • $1,421,281.83 – Bailey, Harriette; Hestenes, Linda – Education, Quality Improvement and Professional Development (EQuIPD) – Guilford County Partnership for Children
  • $1,393,261.57 – Perrin, Maryanne – Investigating Donor Human Milk Composition Globally to Develop Effective Strategies for the Nutritional Care of Preterm Infants – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $589,181.88 – Shultz, Sandra – Resistive Exercise Program for the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (REP-ACL) – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $100,000.36 – Floyd-Pickard, Melissa – GCSTOP Additional Funding – Guilford County Department of Public Health
  • $56,964.71 – Hickerson, Benjamin – Talk to Me: An Examination of the Conversations People with ASD have with Friends – University of Tennessee Health Science Center
  • $54,435.38 – Milroy, Jeffrey – SBIR: Addressing Risk in the New Frontier of Athletics: Design and Development of an Online Substance Use Prevention Program for Esports Athletes – Prevention Strategies
  • $50,000.30 – Dyson, Omari – North Star: Rite of Passage for Youth Impacted by Parental Incarceration – DHHS Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE)
  • $50,000.00 – Wolfe, Brent – Adaptive Sports Expo – Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA)
  • $20,000.00 – Shreeniwas, Sudha – Social Prescribing for Arts for Older Adults in the United States – Borchard Foundation Center on Law and Aging
  • $19,999.65 – Poole, Kelly – GCSTOP: Expanding Harm Reduction Services – Comer Family Foundation
  • $5,279.40 – Chetwynd, Ellen – Transforming Clinics for Better Breastfeeding Outcomes – North Carolina Breastfeeding Coalition

School of Nursing

  • $436,497.09 – Pickett, Stephanie – Reducing EmotioNal Eating among Black Women (RENEW) – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • $100,000.00 – Avorgbedor, Forgive – NIH Loan Repayment Program – National Institutes of Health (NIH)

The Graduate School

  • $41,991.00 – Burke, Kelly – Collaborative Research: North Carolina Boundary Spanners – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH)

University Libraries

  • $161,458.44 – Gwynn, James – Charlotte Hawkins Brown/Palmer Institute Digital History Project – North Carolina State Library
  • $22,800.00 – Cox, Richard – The Complete George Herbert Digital Scholarly Component – Northern Michigan University
  • $900.00 – Cox, Richard – Expanding the Digital Library on American Slavery through Local, Community-Engaged Digital Humanities Research – North Carolina Central University (NCCU)

University of North Carolina at Greensboro

  • $291,000.00 – Josephs, Eric – A ‘Molecular Grammar’ for Guide RNAs (gRNAs) with Engineered Secondary Structures – NIH National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering
  • $211,137.96 – Wei, Jianjun – Interfacial Mechanistic Interaction Studies between Quantum Dots and Biological and Environmental Systems for Development of Quantum Dot Applications – North Carolina Central University (NCCU)
  • $123,654.00 – Rathnayake, Hemali; Ignatova, Tetyana; Kepley, Christopher – Rathnayake – Innovation Impact Grant (IIG) – North Carolina Biotechnology Center (NCBC)
  • $57,396.00 – Josephs, Eric – Polyvalent CRISPR antiviral biotechnologies for SARS-CoV-2 detection – University of North Carolina System Office (UNC SysOff)
  • $50,000.00 – Mo, Yirong – Zoetis – Mo- Student support – Zoetis LLC
  • $20,000.00 – Lajeunesse, Dennis – Biomimetic Biofilm/Synthetic microbiome Hydrogel for Testing Antifungal agents – North Carolina Biotechnology Center (NCBC)