Bright Side of Grants, December 2012
A monthly publication by GVSU Office of Sponsored Programs.
The Bright Side of Grants Volume VI, Issue 8 December 2012 Oﬃce of Sponsored Programs, Chris ne Chamberlain, Director In This Issue: 1. Success Story 2. Training Opportunity 3. A Note from OSP Director, Chris Chamberlain 4. GRC News 5. Upcoming Deadlines Lists of FY12 and FY13 grant recipients are included at the end of the Bright Side! OSP commends the hard work of all the GVSU Principal Inves gators. FY 2012 Submissions/Awards (to date) Submissions 170 $51,512,631 Awards 97 $20,348,914 FY 2013 Submissions/Awards (to date) Submissions 95 $23,472,371 Awards 29 $3,990,516 1. Success Story AWRI to Take Part in Muskegon River Restora on Project, from GVNow, November 20, 2012 Researchers at Grand Valley State University’s Annis Water Resources Ins tute have been awarded a grant for over $85,000 by the Muskegon River Watershed Assembly, as a subaward of a larger grant from the U.S. EPA, to help restore por ons of the Muskegon River. The subaward, which is part of the Great Lakes Restora on Ini a ve, will allow AWRI researchers to create stewardship plans for sensi ve areas included in a larger watershed restora on eﬀort. The larger two‐year project will: Reforest more than 400 acres of riverbank land Restore 150 acres of streambank using na ve vegeta on Put 150 acres of revegetated land into conserva on ease‐ ments Develop 14 forest stewardship plans Implement proper erosion control in high‐priority sites The project is expected to prevent 100 tons of sediment, 1,000 pounds of phosphorus, and 6,000 pounds of nitrogen from reach‐ ing the Muskegon River, Muskegon Lake Area of Concern, and Lake Michigan each year. AWRI is responsible for the development of 10 of the 14 forest stewardship plans. John Koches, associate re‐ search scien st at AWRI will be the principal inves gator on the project and will be assisted by research asso‐ ciate Rod Denning and technical call‐in Be y Gajewski. To read the rest of this story, visit GVNow by clicking here. Page 2 2. Training Opportunity Cayuse Training The GVSU Oﬃce of Sponsored Programs (OSP) uses Cayuse424 to provide proposal development and elec‐ tronic submission through Grants.gov and now Research.gov. Cayuse424 is a System‐to‐System web‐based pla orm which speeds up the submission process and reduces the risk of errors. Features and benefits include: Easy naviga on between mul ple proposal forms Autofill capability elimina ng mul ple entries Automa c error tracking and correc on PC & Mac compa ble Please consider signing up for a training sessions for Cayuse424: Thursday, January 17th, 2013, 12‐1:30pm – 303C DeVos Center NOTE: Laptop required. Login and register at: h p://www.gvsu.edu/seminar ‐ click on CSCE You should get trained on Cayuse424 if you: Will be submi ng a proposal Are thinking of submi ng a proposal Assist with grant proposals Review and approve proposals The OSP oﬀers hands‐on interac ve training sessions once a semester. Please contact us at cayuseques firstname.lastname@example.org if your schedule does not allow you to a end this session, or if you have any ques ons in general about Cayuse. David Bauer Grant Wri ng Workshops David G. Bauer, an acknowledged grants expert and lively lecturer, returns to Grand Valley on Thursday, May 2, 2013 and Friday, May 3, 2013. Grant wri ng workshops and one‐on‐one sessions are planned. More de‐ tails as they become available. Mark your calendar…. 3. A Note from OSP Director, Chris Chamberlain The Oﬃce of Sponsored Programs staﬀ would like to wish all of our principal inves gators and their families happy holidays! We realize all of the hard work that goes into wri ng grants, and we appreciate you for this extra eﬀort. We also want to let you know that we are keeping abreast of the poten al policy changes that are coming, along with the nego a ons currently ongoing at the Federal level. These nego a ons have the poten al to impact sponsored programs here at GVSU, and we will con nue to have a watchful eye on them. Please do not hesitate to contact our oﬃce with any ques ons you may have that relate to external funding. We look forward to working with all of you in the future, and hope that you have a res ul break! Page 3 4. Grants Resource Center News NIH Revises Conflict of Interest Policy, from GrantWeek, December 3, 2012 On November 30, 2012, the Na onal Ins tutes of Health (NIH) released a revision of its conflict of interest (COI) policy, which will aﬀect all applica ons submi ed on or a er January 25, 2013. The revision, based on an assessment by the NIH Oﬃce of Extramural Research, replaces the 2011 policy and establishes new re‐ quirements for the management of COI; appearance of COI; and prejudice, bias, and predisposi ons of peer reviewers. Applicants will see three specific changes to the policy: Addi on of new language to clarify the regulatory requirements concerning COI involving direct and indi‐ rect financial benefit Addi on of new language to clarify the regulatory requirements concerning COI involving reviewers who are salaried employees of the applicant ins tu on or inves gator, or are nego a ng employment with those en es Dele on of the sec on on management of COI for individuals in mul ‐component or mul ‐site applica‐ ons The new policy pertains to the review of all applica ons submi ed to NIH for compe ng research project grants and compe ng revisions of any complexity; program projects; resources, including but not limited to instrumenta on; center grants and coopera ve agreements; ins tu onal and individual Na onal Research Service Awards; and academic, clinical inves gator, and career development awards. It does not apply to the review of applica ons for NIH construc on grants or individuals serving on NIH na onal advisory councils or boards, boards of scien fic counselors, or program advisory commi ees. The GRC February conference agenda will include a session on the NIH COI policy changes. In the mean me, direct specific ques ons to NIH review policy oﬃcer Sally Amero at ReviewPolicyOﬃcer@mail.nih.gov. Opportuni es on the Rise in Solar Energy Fields, from GrantWeek, November 26, 2012 According to 2012 Na onal Solar Jobs Census, employment opportuni es in the fields of solar energy and technology are increasing six mes faster than the overall job market. This means that in 2012 alone, one out of every 230 new jobs was in the solar industry according to Dot Harris, director of the Oﬃce of Economic Impact and Diversity at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). A number of DOE funding opportuni es are designed to ensure that women and minority students are trained and able to par cipate fully in the solar energy job market. As part of DOE’s SunShot Program, the Minority University Research Associates ini a ve supports undergrad‐ uate and graduate research associates and faculty engaged in renewable energy research. Funded projects contribute to the development of cost‐compe ve, market‐applicable technologies to help achieve DOE goals. During the academic year, students conduct energy‐related research alongside their professors. At year’s end, selected students go on to par cipate in a summer internship at a DOE na onal laboratory. GRC member ins tu on the University of Texas – Pan American was one of just six ins tu ons whose under‐ graduate and graduate students par cipated in internships at DOE labs and research centers between 2010 and 2013. Compe ons are held every three years; the next round of compe on is expected in FY 14. Page 4 4. Grants Resource Center News, Cont. NIH Announces New Public Access Policy Tools, from GrantWeek, November 26, 2012 The Na onal Ins tutes of Health (NIH) has warned that, beginning in spring 2013, researchers who are not in compliance with the NIH public access policy will face delayed processing of their non‐compe ng con nua‐ on grant awards. Since 2008, compliance with the NIH public access policy has been a statutory require‐ ment and a term and condi on of all grant awards and coopera ve agreements. Awardees are required to submit final peer‐reviewed journal manuscripts, as soon as they are accepted for publica on, to the digital archive PubMed Central. The goal is that all research results arising from NIH‐funded projects will be accessi‐ ble to the public within 12 months of publica on. NIH has conducted a great deal of outreach to assist applicants with understanding the policy. In light of on‐ going non‐compliance issues, the agency has made changes to My NCBI. One update improves the workflow and communica on between project directors/principal inves gators (PDs/PIs) and other authors to answer the challenge of tracking all papers arising from NIH awards, even if the PD/PI is not the author. NIDA and NIAAA Will Not Merge in FY 14 as Planned, from GrantWeek, November 19, 2012 Na onal Ins tutes of Health (NIH) director Francis Collins announced on November 16, 2012 that the agency plans “to pursue func onal integra on, rather than major structural reorganiza on, to advance substance use, abuse, and addic on‐related research.” This means the agency has decided to forego the establishment of the Na onal Ins tute of Substance Use and Addic on Disorders, based in part on NIH budget certain es. The Na onal Ins tute on Drug Abuse and the Na onal Ins tute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism will there‐ fore remain dis nct, a possibility that seemed unlikely following the publica on of a November 2010 Scien‐ fic Management Review Board (SMRB) report recommending the merger that would have resulted in the new ins tute, which was intended to focus on substance use, abuse, and addic on‐related research. Collins says the “significant progress” the agency has made to integrate its exis ng resources over the last two years has already achieved some of the goals the new ins tute would have supported. Sally Rockey, NIH’s deputy director for extramural research, agrees with Collins. “We’re confident that we can achieve the SMRB recommenda ons with a func onal merger, thus the important science of these two ins tutes will con nue to flourish,” she says. Stakeholders are encouraged to submit formal feedback and to comment on issues like these on the “Rock Talk” blog. Page 5 4. Grants Resource Center News, Cont. Avon Oﬀers Small Grants for Campus Violence Preven on, from GrantWeek, November 12, 2012 Through its m.powerment by mark Healthy Rela onships College Program, the Avon Founda on for Wom‐ en is oﬀering 25 grants of $5,000 each for preven on and awareness programs to prevent da ng abuse, sex‐ ual assault, and stalking on college and university campuses. Applica ons are due by January 11, 2013. The one‐year awards will support these types of ac vi es: Campus‐wide outreach events, trainings, and workshops Train‐the trainer peer educa on programs to increase numbers of student ambassadors Awareness materials, including resource guides, website pages, posters, cards, and bu ons Video or print public service announcements or short films GRC encourages members to consider applying for small, non‐federal awards like these as either a comple‐ ment to exis ng funding or a strategy for building a successful track record in prepara on for larger and more complex violence preven on awards from federal agencies such as the U.S. Department of Jus ce and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Prior to submi ng a proposal, review “Guidelines for Pre‐ ven ng and Responding to Gender‐Based Violence in Higher Educa on,” a joint report by the Avon Founda‐ on and Futures without Violence, and an online submission tutorial. Direct specific ques ons to Chris ne Jaworsky, grant and programs manager, at Chris ne.Jaworsky@avonfounda on.org. Fewer Mul ‐Year Grants Suggest Need to Diversify, from GrantWeek, November 5, 2012 The Na onal Commi ee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) has issued a new report on the “State of Mul ‐ Year Funding” by private sector grantmakers. Although generally accepted as “essen al for nonprofits’ eﬀec‐ veness, impact, and growth,” mul ‐year grants are on the decline. The report finds a drop of more than 20 percent from 2008 to 2009, and an addi onal dip in 2010. But the percentage of grantmakers awarding mul ‐year grants has remained fairly consistent, about one‐tenth of those surveyed, since 2004. Colleges and universi es seeking mul ‐year grants must provide evidence of alignment between the ins tu‐ on’s mid‐ and long‐term goals and the funder’s. As NCRP states, longer‐term funding can oﬀer these signifi‐ cant win‐win benefits: The ability to respond to crises and opportuni es; Capacity building and leadership development poten al; The ability to maintain staﬀ con nuity and organiza onal leadership; and The organiza onal capacity to overcome unforeseeable challenges and improve planning. A diverse por olio of support is the best way to hedge the chance that a central funding source pulls its sup‐ port and leaves a center, program, or ini a ve with no way to con nue, let alone grow. Contact the GRC staﬀ for assistance in iden fying poten al federal and private sponsors, and see the Chronicle of Philanthro‐ py for addi onal coverage of the NCRP report. Page 6 5. Upcoming Deadlines Arts / Humani es / Interna onal American Musicological Society ‐ Travel and Research Grants (due Mar. 1) Na onal Endowment for the Arts ‐ Art Works (due Mar. 7) Na onal Endowment for the Humani es ‐ Ins tutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humani es (due Mar.7) Na onal Poetry Series ‐ Annual Open Compe on (due Feb. 15) Educa on / Economic and Community Development American Hotel and Lodging Educa on Founda on ‐ Research/Project Funding and Academic Scholarships (due Mar. 1) Economic History Associa on ‐ Arthur H. Cole Grants in Aid (due Mar. 1) Longview Founda on ‐ Grants Program (Global Educa on/Interna onal Understanding) (due Jan 16) US Department of Educa on ‐ Unsolicited Grant Opportuni es (due Mar. 5) Health / Mental Health Administra on for Children and Families ‐ Job Opportunity for Low Income Individuals Projects (due Mar. 29) American Academy of Family Physicians ‐ Joint Grants, Research S mula on Awards, & Visi ng Professors (due Mar. 1) Na onal Ins tutes of Health ‐ Opportuni es for Collabora ve Research at the NIH Clinical Center (due Mar. 20) Na onal Ins tutes of Health ‐ Small Grants Program for Cancer Epidemiology (due Mar. 19) Science / Engineering Na onal Science Founda on ‐ Plant Genome Research Program (due Mar. 5) Na onal Science Founda on ‐ Research Ini a on Grants in Engineering Educa on (RIGEE) (due Mar. 28) US Department of Commerce ‐ Economic Development Assistance Programs (due Mar. 13) US Department of the Interior ‐ North American Wetlands Conserva on Act Grants (due Mar. 1) A complete list of upcoming deadlines is available on our website, under the “News and Events” tab. FY 2012--Awarded $20,348,914 Academic and Student Affairs Division‐‐Gayle R. Davis, Provost and Vice President Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies (BCOIS) ‐‐ Anne Hiskes, Dean 1 Lake Michigan Writing Project Lindsay Ellis 2 Latin American Studies Zulema Moret 3 Padnos International Center Jeremy Robinson SEED Teacher Leadership Development Robert Smart 2 CSCE Robert Smart, Kevin McCurren & Roderick Morgan 3 TRiO McNair Robert Smart, Dolli Lutes & Susan Mendoza Latin American Film Festival William Crawley 2 Criminal Justice, School of Julie Yunker 3 Johnson Center James Edwards 4 Johnson Center James Edwards & Robin Leonard 5 Johnson Center James Edwards & Robin Leonard 6 Johnson Center John Risley & Julien Kouame $500 Latin American Film Festival Japan‐America Collegiate Exchange Travel Program: "Traditional Japanese Theater in Osaka, Japan" $40,000 Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership NASA Michigan Space Grant Minority Fellowship (Alexandra Bouza) $1,303,040 $3,500 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) Commercializing a Novel Class of Antibiotics Against MRSA and Clostridium Difficile $36,500 Michigan Initiative for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (MIIE) TRiO McNair Program (5 year award) $1,263,040 U.S. Department of Education College of Community and Public Service (CCPS) ‐‐ George Grant, Jr., Dean 1 CCPS Dean's Office $20,000 National Writing Project Center for Scholarly & Creative Excellence (CSCE) ‐‐ Robert Smart, Executive Director 1 CSCE $60,500 Project Safe Neighborhoods FY2011 $1,913,154 $100,656 U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Police Precision Driving $88,478 Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) State of Generosity Book & Electronic Platform $500,000 W.K. Kellogg Foundation State of Generosity Book & Electronic Platform $5,000 McGregor Fund State of Generosity Book & Electronic Platform $25,000 Guido A. and Elizabeth H. Binda Foundation Community Transformation Grant: Capacity‐Building for Kent County, Michigan DHHS/CDC/Spectrum Health Hospitals $11,800 FY 2012--Awarded 7 Johnson Center Nancy Koester 8 Public, Nonprofit and Health Administration, School of Priscilla Kimboko 9 Public, Nonprofit and Health Administration, School of Quincy Williams $20,348,914 Community Family Partnership ‐ System of Care 5 Year Evaluation U.S. Department of Health and Human Services‐ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration/Network 180 U.S. Department of Health & Human Services/HRSA/MSU Subaward Claudia Sowa Wojciakowski 2 COE Center for Educational Partnerships Claudia Sowa Wojciakowski & Michael Posthumus 3 COE Center for Educational Partnerships Forrest Clift & Monica Harris 4 COE Leadership and Learning Ellen Schiller 5 COE Leadership and Learning Vicki Kamps & Jane Hayes 6 TRiO Upward Bound Arnie Smithalexander 7 TRiO Upward Bound Arnie Smithalexander City of Muskegon Youth Recreation Grant: Diane Miller Andrew Booth & Theresa Bacon‐Baguley $2,763,424 Groundswell Program Support Al Steinman $10,000 Baldwin Foundation Groundswell FORCES $62,300 National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) GVSU Foundations of Service Learning Course Support $3,500 Michigan Campus Compact Improving Teacher Quality $161,959 U.S. Department of Education/Michigan Department of Education The 'Don't Forget the Kids' Literacy Project $1,250 Grand Traverse Community Foundation TRiO Upward Bound (5‐year award) $2,136,788 U.S. Department of Education TRiO Upward Bound Program $387,627 U.S. Department of Education $999,891 Physician Assistant Training in Primary Care (5‐year award) $999,891 U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS)/HRSA College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) ‐‐ Frederick J. Antczak, Dean 1 AWRI $2,000 City of Muskegon College of Health Professions (CHP) ‐‐ Roy Olsson, Jr., Dean 1 Physician Assistant Studies $5,400 U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) College of Education (COE) ‐‐ Elaine Collins, Dean 1 COE Center for Educational Partnerships $1,174,820 Silver Lake Nutrient Loading U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)/Silver Lake Improvement Board $3,332,664 $60,808 FY 2012--Awarded 2 AWRI Bopi Biddanda 3 AWRI Bopi Biddanda 4 AWRI Bopi Biddanda & Ryan Thum 5 AWRI Carl Ruetz 6 AWRI Carl Ruetz 7 AWRI Carl Ruetz & Ryan Thum 8 AWRI Janet Vail 9 AWRI Janet Vail 10 AWRI Janet Vail 11 AWRI Janet Vail 12 AWRI John Koches $20,348,914 NASA Michigan Space Grant Administration $1,500 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) NASA Michigan Space Grant Graduate Fellowship (Michael Snider) $5,000 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) Building Partnerships in Water Research between GVSU and MSU: The Molecular Genetic Basis for Invasiveness of Milfoils and A Time‐series Lake Observatory for Investigating Ecosystem Metabolism in Muskegon Lake $55,800 Michigan State University USR Task Order #1(B) $4,743 Consumers Energy Funds to URS Corporation Milton & Susan Meston Environmantal Fund to Support Graduate Assistant to Study Sturgeon Population on Muskegon Lake and River $1,000 Muskegon Community Foundation/Milton & Susan Meston Lake Sturgeon Population Dynamics in the Kalamazoo River $50,000 Gun Lake Tribe (Match‐E‐Be‐Nash‐She‐Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians) EPA/MDEQ/CMU: Great Lakes Connection $8,000 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)/Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ)/CMU: Great Lakes Connection EPA/MDNRE/CMU Great Lakes Connections (Phase 2) $2,000 EPA/MDNRE/CMU Great Lakes Connections (Phase 2) NOAA/Lake Michigan Indiana DNR Costal Program/LaPorte County Soil & Water Conservation District $6,000 National Oceanic & Admospheric Administration (NOAA) Coordinated Onboard Education and Outreach $250,000 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)/Great Lakes Restoration Inititive (GLRI) BMPs Implementation to Restore High Priority Riparian Areas Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)/Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI)/Muskegon River Watershed Assembly Subaward $85,436 FY 2012--Awarded 13 AWRI John Koches 14 AWRI Kevin Strychar 15 AWRI Mark Luttenton 16 AWRI Richard Rediske 17 AWRI Richard Rediske 18 AWRI Richard Rediske 19 AWRI Richard Rediske 20 AWRI Richard Rediske 21 AWRI Richard Rediske 22 AWRI Richard Rediske 23 Biology Amy Russell 24 Biology Amy Russell 25 Biology Erik Nordman $20,348,914 Houghton Lake E. Coli Reduction Subaward $117,223 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)/Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) Genetic Affinities in Populations of the Invasive Indo‐ Pacific Coral Tubastaea Micranthus on Northern Gulf of Mexico Platform: Multiple Invasions? $76,698 U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI)/ Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM)/Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium (LUMCON) Mainstream Au Sable Brown Trout Habitat Use and Movement $53,798 Anglers of the Au Sable and Trout Unlimited Muskegon County Public Health: Beach Monitoring 2012 $6,500 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Tyler Creek E. Coli Reduction Project $36,790 Michigan Department of Environmental Quality/Timberland RC&D, Inc. Investigation of Sediment Toxicity in White Lake for Removing the Degradation of Benthos Beneficial Use Impairment $2,830 Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) Burbot PCB Analysis $6,200 U.S. Geological Survey Flat River Monitoring Project $5,000 Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MEDQ)/Schrems West Michigan Trout Unlimited Subcontract Analysis of Sediment Samples from Muskegon Lake for Total Organic Carbon and Grain Size $13,991 National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Forecasting Predictive Models II $10,000 National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Analyzing Population Limits and Gene Flow in Perimyotis Subflavus with Application to White‐Nose Conservation $2,906 Bat Conservation International Genetic Approaches to Defining the Taxonomic and Conservation Units for the Hawaiian Hoary Bat $19,997 U.S. Geological Survey Offshore Wind Energy Outreach and Education for Michigan National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)/UM/MSU Subaward $4,924 FY 2012--Awarded 26 Cell and Molecular Biology (CMB) Dawn Hart 27 Chemistry Andrew Korich 28 Chemistry Christopher Lawrence 29 Chemistry Shannon Biros 30 Communications, School of Keith Oppenheim 31 Geology Figen Mekik 32 Geology John Weber 33 Geology John Weber 34 Math Charlene Beckmann 35 Math Paul Fishback 36 Modern Languages & Literatures Jason Yancey $20,348,914 RUI: Elucidating Regulatory Mechanisms for Bridging the Contractile Ring With the Cellular Membrane in Fission Yeast Cytokinesis $248,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) NASA/MSGC Seed Grant: Molecular Assemblies for Gas Storage Devices from Dynamic Bonds $2,475 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)/University of Michigan Hope College NSF MRI Subcontract: Acquisition of a Computer for Research and Teaching by the Northwest Undergraduate Computational Chemistry Consortium $3,428 National Science Foundation (NSF)/Hope College Subcontract TIM Consortium: A Dispersed REU Site in Theoretically Interesting Molecules Subaward $10,828 National Science Foundation/Northern Kentucky University University Research Foundation Subcontract Social Media and Multiple Platforms: Learning from the Pros, Bringing it to the Classroom $3,000 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Carbonate Preservation in Pelagic Sediments: Developing a New Aragonite Preservation Proxy $87,087 National Science Foundation (NSF) NASA Michigan Space Grant Undergraduate Minority Fellowship (Jacqueline Bussey) $3,500 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) NASA Michigan Space Grant Undergraduate Fellowship (Caitlin Leslie) $2,500 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) NASA/MSGC Program Grant: "Family Math Summer Learning Loss Mitigation Project" $14,997 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) Pi Mu Epsilon 2012 National Conference $12,000 National Security Agency (NSA) Siglo de Oro Spanish Drama Festival ‐ 37th Annual: Tirso de Molina's Antona Garcia Performance U.S. Department of the Interior/National ParksService $20,000 FY 2012--Awarded 37 Physics Karen Gipson 38 Physics Kingshuk Majumdar, Maja Kromar & Agnieszka Szarecka 39 Physics Milun Rakovic 40 Psychology Amy Matthews 41 Psychology Mario Fific 42 Regional Math and Science Center Karen Meyers 43 Regional Math and Science Center Karen Meyers 44 Regional Math and Science Center Karen Meyers 45 Regional Math and Science Center Kathy Agee & Ranelle Brew $20,348,914 NASA Michigan Space Grant Undergraduate Fellowship (Jeremy Peshl) National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) MRI: Acquisition of a High‐Performance Computing Cluster for Research and Education Cynthia Coviak & Linda Scott 2 Nursing Elaine Van Doren $97,383 National Science Foundation (NSF) An Ion‐Neutral Collision Database for Astrophysics $67,423 National Aeronautics & Space Association (NASA)/University of Georgia Research Foundation, Inc. Autism Education Center, START Grant‐FY2011‐12 $1,400,000 U.S. Department of Education Stopping Rule Selection Theory $111,743 National Science Foundation (NSF) Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Teacher Workshop on Climate $1,800 National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)/GLOBE Promoting Reform in Mathematics Education/Developing Mathematical Thinkers $282,094 U.S. Department of Education/Michigan Department of Education/Wayne RESA Mathematics & Science Centers Grant $72,762 Michigan Department of Education Summer Health and Professions Exploration (sHaPe) Camp $2,000 Abbott Vascular Kirkhof College of Nursing (KCON) ‐‐ Cynthia McCurren, Dean 1 Nursing $2,500 $990,003 Increasing the Number of Primary Care Advanced Practice Nurses through Traineeship Support (2‐year award) $695,304 U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS)/Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) The ADVANCE Program‐Yr 3 $294,699 U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS)/Health Resources & Administration (HRSA) Padnos College of Engineering & Computing (PCEC) ‐‐ Paul Plotkowski, Dean $194,000 FY 2012--Awarded 1 Computing & Information Systems, School of Jonathan Engelsma 2 Engineering, School of Charlie Standridge 3 Engineering, School of Charlie Standridge 4 Engineering, School of Charlie Standridge 5 Engineering, School of Sara Maas $20,348,914 GVSU‐Motorola Applied Research Center Collaboration Motorola BCS Educational Modules Concerning Processes for Remanufacturing, Repurposing, and Recycilng of Batteries Carol Lopucki 2 Small Business & Technology Development Center (SBTDC) Carol Lopucki 3 Small Business & Technology Development Center (SBTDC) Carol Lopucki 4 VAGTC Sonja Johnson 5 VAGTC Sonja Johnson MDOT: Lithium‐Ion Batteries in Public Transit Melissa Selby‐Theut $50,000 Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) Mineta National Transit Research Consortium Led by the Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI) $100,000 U.S. Department of Transportation (US DOT)/San Jose State University Subcontract/Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) NASA/MSGC Program Grant: STEPS Camp 2012 $10,000 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)/MSGC MEDC: Core Consulting Services 2012 $5,635,767 $1,725,000 Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) Small Business Development Centers‐Supplemental Funds $200,000 U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Small Business Development Center $3,310,767 U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) State Trade and Export Promotion (STEP) $300,000 U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)/Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) Export Assistance Grant $100,000 Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) Student Academic Success Center (SACC) ‐‐ Michael Messner, Director 1 TRiO Educational Support Program $25,000 National Science Foundation/Macomb Community College Center for Advanced Automotive Technology (CAAT) Seidman College of Business (SCOB) ‐‐ H. James Williams, Dean 1 Small Business & Technology Development Center (SBTDC) $9,000 TRiO Educational Support Services 2011‐12 $557,563 $312,674 U.S. Department of Education 2 TRiO McNair TRiO McNair Program 2011‐12 Dolli Lutes U.S. Department of Education $244,889 FY 2012--Awarded $20,348,914 Student Services (STU) ‐‐ Bart Merkle, Vice Provost and Dean 1 Multicultural Affairs, Office of Bobby Springer 2 Children's Enrichment Center Sharalle Arnold 3 Children's Enrichment Center Sharalle Arnold 4 LGBT Resource Center Colette Seguin Beighley $370,859 GEAR Up U.S. Department of Education Darkness to Light... Stewards of Children Training Jean Nagelkerk & Brenda Pawl $600 Allendale Community Foundation Obesity Prevention in Child Care Utilizing NAP SACC $3,000 Michigan Department of Community Health Empowering Students, Challenging Systems $150,000 Arcus Foundation Vice Provost for Health (VPH) ‐‐ Jean Nagelkerk, Vice Provost for Health 1 Vice Provost for Health $217,259 Testing an Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Model to Improve Obesity‐Related Health Outcomes With a Statewide Consortium (3‐year award) $773,122 $773,122 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)/Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)/Nurse Education, Practice, Quality and Retention (NEPQR) Finance and Administration Division ‐‐ James D. Bachmeier, Vice President Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center (MAREC) ‐‐ Arn Boezaart 1 MAREC Arn Boezaart & Kim Walton Regional Energy Demonstration Centers Project Brandon DeHaan $18,000 Michigan Strategic Fund/Michigan Energy Office Public Safety Services (PSS) ‐‐ Barbara Bergers, Director 1 Public Safety $18,000 $8,686 Safe Communities: Youth Alcohol Enforcement FY2012 $8,686 U.S. Department of Justice University Relations ‐‐ Matthew E. McLogan, Vice President Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies (HCPS) ‐‐ Gleaves Whitney, Director 1 Hauenstein Center Gleaves Whitney America's Senator ‐ The Odyssey of Arthur H. Vandenberg Barbara Christl $30,000 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) WGVU Public Media ‐‐ Michael Walenta, General Manager 1 WGVU $30,000 $1,398,241 WGVU‐AM Community Service Grant Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) $79,175 FY 2012--Awarded 2 WGVU Barbara Christl 3 WGVU Barbara Christl 4 WGVU Steve Chappell 5 WGVU Steve Chappell 6 WGVU Steve Chappell 7 WGVU Steve Chappell $20,348,914 WGVU‐FM Community Service Grant $97,906 Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) WGVU‐TV Community Service Grant $1,170,960 Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) Health, Safe, Drug‐Free Schools and Communities Coalition in Kent County $9,700 U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS)/Kent ISD Michigan Hometown Stories $14,500 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)/Michigan Humanities Council WGVU Engage & Furthering the Arts of Grand Rapids $23,000 Arts Council of Greater Grand Rapids American Graduate Grant Awareness Stipend Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) $3,000 FY 2013--Awarded $3,990,516 Academic and Student Affairs Division‐‐Gayle R. Davis, Provost and Vice President Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies (BCOIS) ‐‐ Anne Hiskes, Dean 1 Padnos International Center Mark Schaub & James Goode Study Tour in Turkey Paul Stansbie, Kristen Jack & Michael Sciarini 2 Johnson Center Amber Erickson 3 Johnson Center Julien Kouame 4 Johnson Center Mchael Moody 5 Johnson Center Michael Moody 6 Johnson Center Michael Moody 7 Public, Nonprofit and Health Administration, School of Priscilla Kimboko 8 Social Work, School of Joan Borst Hospitality and Tourism Internship Program Sarah Keranen‐Lopez Spectrum Health Rural Fit Kids Subaward Ranelle Brew & Kathy Agee $19,050 $9,889 U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HRSA)/Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)/Spectrum Health Hospital Community Transformation Grant: Capacity‐Building for Kent County, Michigan‐Year Two $11,175 DHHS/CDC/Spectrum Health Hospitals The Next Generation of Philanthropic Leaders Study ‐‐ Dissemination Plan $10,000 Nathan Cummings Foundation The Next Generation of Philanthropic Leaders $20,000 Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation The Next Generation of Philanthropic Leaders Study ‐‐ Dissemination Plan $20,000 The Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation MSU Geriatric Education Center of Michigan $5,400 U.S. Department of Health & Human Services/HRSA/MSU Subaward Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Leadership Grant $34,973 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services $327,499 TRiO Talent Search‐Year 2 $327,499 U.S. Department of Education College of Health Professions (CHP) ‐‐ Roy Olsson, Jr., Dean 1 Allied Health Sciences $130,487 Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) College of Education (COE) ‐‐ Elaine Collins, Dean 1 TRiO Educational Talent Search $5,000 Turkish Coalition of America College of Community and Public Service (CCPS) ‐‐ George Grant, Jr., Dean 1 Hospitality & Tourism Management $5,000 $750 sHaPe (Summer Health Activities and Professions Exploration) Camp 2013 Michigan Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (MAHPERD) $750 FY 2013--Awarded $3,990,516 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) ‐‐ Frederick J. Antczak, Dean 1 AWRI Janet Vail 2 AWRI Kevin Strychar 3 AWRI Mark Luttenton 4 AWRI Mark Luttenton 5 Psychology Amy Matthews 6 Regional Math and Science Center Karen Meyers 7 Regional Math and Science Center Karen Meyers Sustainability and Water Resources for K‐12 Students Scott Grissom, Shaily Menon, Robert Talbert & Shannon Biros Cell‐death Pathways of Symbiodinium Exposed to Temperature and Bacterial Stress Kevin McCurren 2 Small Business & Technology Development Center (SBTDC) Carol Lopucki 3 Small Business & Technology Development Center (SBTDC) Carol Lopucki $10,000 Costal Preservation Network (CPN) AuSable River Study $3,150 Trout Unlimited, Headwaters Chapter AuSable River Study $3,150 Trout Unlimited, Mason‐Griffith Founders Chapter Autism Education Center START Grant $1,462,000 US Department of Education/Michigan Department of Education Family Engineering Event $1,100 U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)/Michigan Mathematics and Science Center Network (MMSCN)/U.S. Army Tank‐Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center (TAREC) GVSU Regional Math and Science Center $73,199 Michigan Department of Education WIDER: EAGER: GVSU Inventory of Instructional Practices $137,893 $137,893 National Science Foundation (NSF) Seidman College of Business (SCOB) ‐‐ H. James Williams, Dean 1 Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation $15,000 Alcoa Foundation Padnos College of Engineering & Computing (PCEC) ‐‐ Paul Plotkowski, Dean 1 Computing & Information Systems, School of $1,567,599 Technology Transfer Office, Mentor in Residence Program $370,800 $25,000 Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC)/University of Michigan, Technology Transfer Office Small Business Jobs Act (SBJA) Additional Funding $95,800 U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) MEDC Service Center Award Michigan Economic Development Center (MEDC) $200,000 FY 2013--Awarded 4 VAGTC Sonja Johnson $3,990,516 International Traffic and Arms Regulations (ITAR) Training Sessions U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)/Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) Student Academic Success Center (SACC )‐‐ Michael Messner, Director 1 TRiO Educational Support Program Michael Messner $50,000 TRiO Educational Support Program $312,674 $312,674 U.S. Department of Education Finance and Administration Division ‐‐ James D. Bachmeier, Vice President Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center (MAREC) ‐‐ Arn Boezaart 1 MAREC Arn Boezaart Sierra Club Support of the GVSU/UofM Offshore Wind Assessment Project $10,000 $10,000 Sierra Club University Relations ‐‐ Matthew E. McLogan, Vice President WGVU Public Media ‐‐ Michael Walenta, General Manager 1 WGVU Barbara Christl 2 WGVU Barbara Christl 3 WGVU Barbara Christl 4 WGVU Steve Chappell $1,127,814 Community Service Grant‐AM $68,497 Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) Community Service Grant‐TV $947,137 Corporation for Public Broadcasting Community Service Grant‐FM $92,180 Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) American Graduate Engagement Grants 2012 Corporation for Public Broadcasting $20,000