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ANNUAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR 2015 July 1, 2014-June 30, 2015


Associate Provost’s Perspective Just like rubbing the heads of the turtles on the Tri Delt sundial, avoiding the university seal while crossing through the Hub, and kissing under the Upham arch, research, scholarship, and creative activity are strong traditions at Miami University. But while those other traditions are free, research, scholarship, and creative activity are not. These are made possible by funding awarded to the university by federal, state, and private agencies. This support totaled $18.8 million in FY2015. In a funding environment as challenging as the one we currently face, this level of success owes entirely to the dedication of the faculty and staff who work tirelessly to secure funding for their projects.

For many faculty, a strong commitment to undergraduate and graduate education is a key motivator. External funding enables faculty to engage students in authentic, real-world projects. It’s a tradition they share with more than 2000 undergraduates and more than 1000 graduate students each year. James T. Oris The strong connection among faculty, graduate, and undergraduate research Associate Provost for creates an exceptional learning environment that is one of the hallmarks of the Research & Scholarship Miami Experience. No wonder Miami’s masters and doctoral graduates are highly sought in all sectors and Miami is consistently ranked among the best institutions for undergraduate teaching by US News & World Report. We remain proud of the faculty, staff, and students whose work contributes to Miami University’s tradition of combining strong liberal education with outstanding research and scholarly activities. And we remain dedicated to supporting our researchers, scholars, and creative artists with effective strategies for finding and securing funding for the important work they do.


OVERVIEW

10-year trend

In total, Miami University’s external funding hit $18.8M in FY2015. A decrease in Federal funding was mostly offset by funding from associations, foundations, and other non-profit organizations. Private funding more than doubled from FY2014 ($1.6M) to FY2015 ($3.8M). The College of Arts and Science, which traditionally brings in the most Federal money, generated 55% of this year’s overall funding for a total of $10.3M. Increases in funding were seen by the College of Creative Arts, the Farmer School of Business, and the College of Education, Health, and Society. $22.9M $25.0M $27.6M $22.6M $22.7M FY2006 FY2007 FY2008 FY2009 FY2010

$23.3M $21.3M $21.5M $20.6M $18.8M FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 FY2015

$1.0M

$2.1M

$2.8M

Business + Industry 11%

State of Ohio 15%

Other Govt Agency 1%

Creative Arts 2%

Arts & Science 55%

Other 10%

Education, Health, & Society 8%

Engineering & Computing 8%

Research + Grad Farmer School School 4% 7%

$660K

$738K

$1.3M

$1.6M

$1.8M

$10.3M

Funding by division

$1.4M

Middletown Campus 3%

$353K

Associations, Foundations, + Other Non-Profit Organizations 20%

$604K

Federal Government 47%

$3.8M

$8.9M

Sources of funding

$263K

Colleges, Universities, + Research Institutions 6%

Hamilton Campus 3%


RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS Ideas. Vision. Passion. Our faculty have it all, and they use it to break ground, spark insight, and solve problems. Here we showcase just a few of the projects Miami faculty worked on in FY2015. Crowdfunding Once the domain of musicians, filmmakers, and tech innovators, crowdfunding is beginning to capture the attention of scientific researchers like Andor Kiss, adjunct assistant professor and supervisor in Miami University’s Center for Bioinformatics & Functional Genomics (CBFG). Kiss conducted a successful crowdfunding campaign in 2014 through the website Experiment. Miami University’s Associate Provost for Research & Scholarship, Jim Oris, anticipates crowdfunding will play an increasingly important role for scientists, innovators, and creators at universities. To facilitate grassroots investment at

Undergraduate zoology major Matt Deer co-authored a paper with graduate student Aminata Coulibaly and biology professor Lori Isaacson that was published as a cover article in the prestigious journal Brain Research.

Supported by awards from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Philosophical Society, associate professor of art history Andrew Casper used the Shroud of Turin to explore historical conceptions of artifice and authenticity.

Distinguished professor of chemistry and biochemistry Stacey Lowery-Bretz received more than $1 million from the NSF to support development of assessments to improve chemistry education.

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

College of Education, Health, and Society faculty Susan Mosley-Howard and Kate Rousmaniere continued work with the Myaamia Center to study the effect of self-identity on the college success of Native students.


Miami, Oris is leading the development of a new crowdfunding platform that will be available beginning in 2016. Called HawksNest, the system will engage Miami alumni, family, and friends from around the world, allowing them to have a meaningful and measureable impact on work happening at Miami today.

Office of Research for Undergraduates The 2014-2015 academic year was the first full year of operation for the newly established Office of Research for Undergraduates (ORU). Chair of the Miami University Board of Trustees Sharon Mitchell and university president David Hodge officially cut the ribbon to open the ORU on September 18, 2014. Under the direction of Joseph Johnson, the ORU is dedicated solely to coordinating and progressing undergraduate research. It facilitates research activity by undergraduates across campus and markets programs to current and prospective students.

Assistant professor of history Tatiana Seijas was a fellow at Brown University’s John Carter Brown Library, where she researched the Indian Camino Real, a North American trade route that dates to the preColumbian era.

Bob Setlock, a faculty member in the College of Engineering and Computing, continued the long-running Project High Flight, an interdisciplinary endeavor to develop a remote-controlled, high altitude balloon to fly missions to the edge of space.

Undergraduate students in management professor Josh Schwarz’s human capital metrics class analyzed data that helped international company Alcoa find a path to reducing employee turnover.

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

The Humanities Center, led by director Tim Melley, was one of just 16 organizations awarded a challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities in 2015. The award will help ensure the Center’s long-term viability.


DETAIL Sources of funding Brown County $2K | 1 award

Ohio Children’s Trust Fund $29K | 1 award

Ohio Dept of Natural Resources $10K | 1 award

Dayton Area Graduate Studies Inst $87K | 2 awards

Ohio Dept of Aging $45K | 3 awards

Ohio Dept of Public Safety $240K | 1 award

Dayton Board of Education $78K | 1 award

Ohio Dept of Alcohol & Drug Addiction $4K | 1 award

Ohio Development Services Agency $640K | 1 award

Ohio Arts Council $22K | 2 awards

Ohio Dept of Mental Health $11K | 1 award

Ohio Public Works Comm $65K | 1 award

Ohio Board of Regents $328K | 2 awards

Ohio Dept of Education $1.3M | 5 awards

24%

20%

National Ctr for Research Resources $236K | 1 award National Highway Traffic Safety Admin $240K | 1 award

Colleges, Universities, + Research Institutions $1.0M | 23 awards

State of Ohio $2.8M | 23 awards

NSF $4.5M | 23 awards

National Ctr for Creative Aging $5K | 1 award

National Inst for Occupational Health & Safety $39K | 3 awards National Inst of Standards & Tech $26K | 1 award National Security Agency $119K | 1 award

Business + Industry $2.1M | 170 awards

15%

12%

US Dept of Energy $210K | 1 award

6%

11%

US Fish & Wildlife Service $18K | 1 award US Geological Survey $47K | 1 award

Other Federal $940K | 11 awards

5% 4%

2% US Dept of Education $323K | 3 awards

1% Associations, Foundations, + Other Non-Profit Organizations $3.8M | 276 awards NCI $129K | 1 award

NIH $2.3M | 8 awards

NIAMS $387K | 1 award NIGMS $460K | 2 awards NIH $1.3M | 4 awards

HHS $846K | 3 awards Other Government $263K | 19 awards

Butler County Board of Developmental Disabilities $5K | 1 award

Chinese Academy of Sciences $8K | 1 award

Ohio Biological Survey $500 | 1 award

Butler County Educational Service Ctr $27K | 4 awards

Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio $500 | 1 award

Ross School Dist $15K | 1 award

Butler County Family & Children First Council $9K | 2 awards

Montgomery County Dept of Human Services $15K | 1 award

Science Exchange, Inc. $5K | 2 awards

Central Clinic $19K | 1 award

Office of Chinese Language Council International $157K | 3 awards

Trumbull Advocacy & Protective Network Inc $2K | 1 award

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015


DETAIL Purposes of funding by source

NSF 36% $4.3M

NIH 15% $1.9M

Ohio 13% $1.5M

HHS Biz + Ind Colls, 6% 5% Unis, $749K $682K + Assn Rsch Other U.S. Dept of Ed + Fdn Fed Inst 2% 6% 8% 8% $229K $739K $988K $913K

Associations, Foundations, + Other Non-Profit 24% $37K

NSF 76% $114K

Other Govt 1% | $65K

Research $12.1M

Fellowship $151K 64%

15%

14% 1%

Ohio 59% $708K

6%

Student Financial Aid $1.2M

Instruction $2.8M

Business + Industry 36% $992K

Associations + Foundations 23% $645K

Ohio 15% $431K

NIH 10% $270K

Other NSF Govt 6% 10% $270K $157K

Service $2.6M

Associations, Foundations, + Other Non-Profit Organizations 69% $1.8M

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

Assn + Fdn 41% $496K

Ohio 5% $132K

Business Fed + Industry Govt 16% 7% $424K $192K Other Govt 2% $41K

Colleges, Unis 1% $29K


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

Source

Project title

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE

$10,346,810

ADMINISTRATION Christopher Makaroff

Value $130,980

Sigma Xi

The Role of MMDL1 and MMDL2 in Reproduction

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

College of Arts and Science Research

$46,250

Children's Hospital Medical Center

College of Arts and Science Instruction

$32,000

Miscellaneous

Global Conservation Fund

$5

Miscellaneous

Global Conservation Fund

$10

Miscellaneous

Global Conservation Fund

$10

Miscellaneous

Global Conservation Fund

Ohio Children's Trust Fund

Grants/CAS/Programs

Procter & Gamble Company

College of Arts & Science Scholarship

$4,850

Procter & Gamble Company

Sharon Janosik & Graham Edwin Mitchell Undergraduate Research Fund

$5,000

Procter & Gamble Company

Grants-School of Interdisciplinary Studies

Schwab Charitable Fund

Thomas H. Mallory & David F. Wilson Center for Premedical Education Expendable Fund

Schwab Charitable Fund

Inside Washington Program

BIOLOGY

$500

$20 $29,335

$10,000 $500 $2,500 $1,439,125

Michelle Boone

American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists

Effects of Atrazine on Populations of Blanchard Cricket Frog's Reproductive Development

$500

Thomas Crist

Ohio Biological Survey

Litter and Soil-Dwelling Invertebrate Responses to the Overabundance of Odocoileus Virginianus (White-Tailed Deer) and Invasion of Lonicera Maackii (Amur Honeysuckle) in Deciduous Forest

$500

Katia Del Rio-Tsonis

National Institutes of Health - NIH

Retinal Pigmented Epithelium Reprogramming and Retina Regeneration

Katia Del Rio-Tsonis

Sigma Xi

NAC Induces Chick Retina Regeneration via Stem/Progenitor Cell Expansion

$1,500

David Gorchov

Botanical Society of America

The Effect of Emerald Ash Borer-aused Canopy Gaps on Understory Invasive Shrubs and Forest Regeneration

$500

Lesley Knoll

National Science Foundation - NSF

A Regional Hub for the EON's at Lacawac Sanctuary

Richard Lee

National Science Foundation - NSF

Collaborative Research: Winter Survival Mechanisms and Adaptive Genetic Variation in an Antarctic Insect

Richard Lee

Sigma Xi

Investigation of Urea-Nitrogen Recycling in a Hibernating Frog

$400

Richard Lee

Sigma Xi

The Mechanisms of Drought-Induced Rapid Cold-Hardening: The Role of Autophagy

$400

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$173,950

$24,969 $391,092


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

Source

Project title

Qingshun Li

National Science Foundation - NSF

Collaborative Research: CPSF30 at the Convergence of Cellular Signaling and RNA Processing

Chun Liang

Ohio Board of Regents - OBOR

Choose Ohio First Bioinformatics Scholarship Program in Miami University

Michael Robinson

National Institutes of Health - NIH

The Role of FGF Receptors in Lens Development

Paul Schaeffer

National Science Foundation - NSF

Control of Lipid Metabolism and Muscle Hypertrophy by PPARs in Gray Catbird Annual Life Cycle

Haifei Shi

Sigma Xi

Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF) Differentially Induces Sympathetic Activity at Metabolic Tissues between Genders

$400

Haifei Shi

Sigma Xi

Estrogen Receptors Regulate Hepatocellular Carcinoma Gene Expression

$700

Michael Vincent

National Science Foundation - NSF

Using Natural History Museum Collections to Document the Occurrence through Space and Time of Aquatic Non-indigenous Fish, Mollusks, Algae, and Plants Threatening North America's Great Lakes

Craig Williamson

Lacawac Sanctuary Foundation Inc

Lacawac Sanctuary Director of Resaearch and Education (DRE) 2015-2017

Audubon Miami Valley

Hefner Museum Friends Support Fund

$350

Dayton Foundation Depository Inc

Robert A. Hefner Museum of Natural History

$100

Elizabeth Wakeman Henderson Charitable Foundation

Hefner Museum Friends Support Fund

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

Robert A. Hefner Museum of Natural History

Hayden-McNeil Publishing Inc

Gene P. Williamson Herbarium Fund

Hillsboro Veterinary Hospital

Hefner Museum Friends Support Fund

$200

One America Financial Partners Inc

Hefner Museum Friends Support Fund

$500

PEO Sisterhood Chapter DC

Hefner Museum Friends Support Fund

$50

Sigma Xi

Hefner Museum Friends Support Fund

$200

St. James Church

Hefner Museum Friends Support Fund

$54

BIOLOGY continued

CENTER FOR AMERICAN AND WORLD CULTURES

$197,502 $68,000 $361,250 $57,337

$5,321 $147,000

$1,500 $50 $4,800

$550

League of Women Voters of Oxford

Freedom Summer Reunion Conference Fund

$300

Ohio Farmers Union

Freedom Summer Reunion Conference Fund

$200

Oxford Friends Meeting

Robert E. Strippel Memorial

CENTER FOR CHEMISTRY EDUCATION Susan Hershberger

Value

$50 $236,194

National Center for Research Resources NCRR

Fighting with Food: Battling Chemical Toxicity with Good Nutrition

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$236,194


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

Source

Project title

Eric Hodgson

PNI Sensor Corporation

Realistic Simulation of Slope and Vertical Navigation in Low Cost, Portable, Wearable Immersive Virtual Environment Systems for Education and Training

$9,549

Eric Hodgson

Wright State University

Virtual Reality Strategies in Nursing Education: Effectiveness in Teaching Nursing Students Decontamination Procedures

$6,300

Eric Hodgson

Wright State University

Effects of Virtual Reality Simulation on Worker Emergency Evacuation of Neonates

CENTER FOR INTEGRATIVE MEDIA STUDIES

CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY

Value

$66,449

$50,600 $3,360,566

Stacey Bretz

National Science Foundation - NSF

Developing Assessments for Core Chemistry Concepts: Measuring Student Understanding of Multiple External Representations through Cluster Analysis

Michael Crowder

University of Texas at Austin - UT Austin

Developing Metallo-Beata-Lactamase Inhibitors

$196,732

Carole Dabney-Smith

National Science Foundation - NSF

REU Site: Summer Undergraduate Research in Chemistry an Biochemistry at Miami University

$270,000

Ann Hagerman

Chinese Academy of Sciences

Chemistry and Biochemistry of Plant Tannins

Michael Kennedy

BASF Corporation

Sample Analysis

$140,000

Michael Kennedy

Department of Health and Human Services - DHHS

Structural Genomics of Eukaryotic Domain Families

$260,000

Gary Lorigan

National Institute of General Medical Science - NIGMS

EPR Structural Studies of KCNE1/KCNQ1

$190,000

Gary Lorigan

National Institute of General Medical Science - NIGMS

EPR Structural Studies of KCNE1/KCNQ1

$269,800

Gary Lorigan

Procter and Gamble Company

Forecasting Stability- Advanced Measures to Predict Chemical Stability Kinetics in Formulations

$75,600

Richard Page

Burroughs Welcome Fund

Functional Applications for Restrained Ubiquitin Ligase Interactions with Hsp70

$8,161

Andre Sommer

Other

Yearly Summary: Research in the Molecular Microspectroscopy Lab (MML)

$21,475

Andre Sommer

Procter and Gamble Company

Training and Applications in Molecular Microspectroscopy and Molecular Imaging

$70,000

Richard Taylor

Celsus Laboratories Inc

A Strategy for Preparing Conjugates of Complex Carbohydrates

$29,688

Richard Taylor

Celsus Laboratories Inc

Spectral Studies of Complex Carbohydrates

Hong Wang

US Department of Energy - DOE

Donor-Acceptor Extended Porphyrins for Solar Energy Conversion

$210,000

Ellen Yezierski

National Science Foundation - NSF

Collaborative Research: Further Development and Testing of the Target Inquiry Model for Middle and High School Science Teacher Professional Development

$298,395

ENGLISH Mary Jean Corbett

$1,277,405

$8,000

$35,310

$55,706 American Council of Learned Societies ACLS

Behind the Times: Virginia Woolf in Fin-de-Siecle Context

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$51,066


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

Source

Project title

Mary Jean Corbett

American Council of Learned Societies ACLS

Behind the Times: Virginia Woolf in Fin-de-Siecle Context

Kathryn Taylor

Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Technical Writing for the Veterans Administration Center for Applied Systems Engineering

$2,320

Kathryn Taylor

Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Technical Writing for the Veterans Administration Center for Applied Systems Engineering

$2,320

ENGLISH continued

GEOGRAPHY

Value $51,066

$26,400

Robbyn Abbitt

Brown County Ohio

Brown County Ohio Hazard Mitigation Plan Update

Mary Henry

AmericaView

StateView Program Development and Operations for State of Ohio

GEOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL EARTH SCIENCE

$1,500 $24,900 $1,558,193

Michael Brudzinski

National Science Foundation - NSF

Collaborative Research: Deep Megathrust Conditions from Comparing Seismicity Rates and Source Parameters with Tremor, Slow Slip, and the Mw 7.4 Ometopec Earthquake

$82,733

Michael Brudzinski

US Geological Survey - USGS

Optimizing Multi-Station Template matching to Identify and Characterize Induced Seismicity in and Around Ohio

$46,726

Brian Currie

Other

Industry Geophysical Software for Teaching and Research - Year 2 Funding

Hailiang Dong

Columbia University

Integrative Field Studies for the Deep Carbon Observatory

John Rakovan

National Science Foundation - NSF

PIRE: Toward a Holistic and Global Understanding of Hot Springs Ecosystems: A US-China based International Collaboration

Jason Rech

W.E. Smith Family Charitable Trust

The Legacy of Mills in and Around Oxford

Elisabeth Widom

National Science Foundation - NSF

Origin & Eruptive History of Quaternary Volcanism in Nosy Be and Itasy-Ankaratra, Madagascar

Anadarko Petroleum Corporation

Rocky Mountain Petroleum Geology Research Fund

$1,000

Anadarko Petroleum Corporation

Rocky Mountain Petroleum Geology Research Fund

$1,500

Eastern Section of the American Assoc of Petroleum Geologists

Wayne D. Martin Field Fund

GERMAN, RUSSIAN, ASIAN, AND MIDDLE EASTERN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES Mariana Ivanova

Max Kade Foundation Inc

Proposal to the Max Kade Foundation for the Max Kade Writer in Residence Program in Spring 2015

John Jeep

Max Kade Foundation Inc

Intensive German Summer Program Support

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$948,751 $46,250 $128,982 $2,000 $300,001

$250 $27,000 $9,000 $18,000


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

Source

Project title

Tatiana Seijas

John Carter Brown Library

The Road of Empire: Covering the Distance between Mexico City and Santa Fe, 1540-1850

HISTORY

HUMANITIES CENTER

Value

$21,000 $21,000 $22,500

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

NEH Humanities Center Challenge Grant

$5,000

Gulf Coast Community Foundation Inc

NEH Humanities Center Challenge Grant

$10,000

Hylant Family Foundation Inc

NEH Humanities Center Challenge Grant

$7,500

INSTITUTE FOR THE ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY

$106,746

Thomas Crist

AMEC Environment & Infrastructure, Inc

Operation of the US EPA Dry Deposition Network Station at Miami University

Thomas Crist

Antioch College

Antioch College-Miami University Ohio Agrarian Trade and Generative Energy Partnership

$12,000

Thomas Crist

Ohio Dept of Natural Resources - ODNR

Assessment and Prioritization of Invasive Plant Management in Ohio District 5 Wildlife Areas

$10,000

Thomas Crist

Ohio Public Works Commission

State Capital Improvement Program: Administrative Support for District #10

$65,000

Thomas Crist

US Fish and Wildlife Service

Support of Field Studies on Rare Plants and Animals

$17,886

MATHEMATICS

$1,860

$663,114

Reza Akhtar

National Security Agency - NSA

Summer Undergraduate Mathematical Sciences Research Institute 2015

$118,802

Tao Jiang

National Science Foundation - NSF

Extremal Problems for Sparse Hypergraphs and Graphs

$133,235

Jane Keiser

Ohio Dept of Education - ODE

Developing Ownership and Vision: Empowering Teachers As Instructional Leaders

$393,077

Paul Larson

National Science Foundation - NSF

Conference on the work of W. Hugh Woodin

MICROBIOLOGY

$18,000 $435,869

Eileen Bridge

National Institutes of Health - NIH

Adenovirus Interaction with Cellular DNA Repair Responses

Andor Kiss

Experiments.com

Unlock the Secrets of Animal that Survive Freezing

Andor Kiss

Science Exchange Inc

Outside Contract Work/ CBFG

$284

Andor Kiss

Science Exchange Inc

Outside Contract Work/ CBFG

$4,358

Central Florida Foundation Inc

Orton K. Stark Microbiology Award

$5,052

PHYSICS

$423,144 $3,031

$160,351

Khalid Eid

National Institute of Standards and Technology - NIST

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Gaithersburg

Herbert Jaeger

Donald C. Kelly

George Arfken/Ray Lee Edwards Research Award

Karthk Vishwanath

National Cancer Institute - NCI

Can Optical Spectrometry Predict Early Treatment Response in Solid Tumors?

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$26,426 $5,288 $128,637


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Source

Project title

Thomas W. Smith Foundation

Janus Forum

$45,000

Thomas W. Smith Foundation

Janus Forum

$116,000

Thomas W. Smith Project on Liberty, Democracy, and Citizenship

Janus Forum

$65,049

Thomas W. Smith Project on Liberty, Democracy, and Citizenship

Janus Forum

$160,500

PSYCHOLOGY

Value

$386,549

$1,552,367

Amanda Diekman

National Science Foundation - NSF

Staying in STEM: Examining Communal Goal Congruity Processes in the Retention of Women

Erin Eakin

Butler County Family and Children First Council

A Butler County Parent Project Evaluation Plan

$2,760

Paul Flaspohler

US Department of Education - DoED

Ohio Department of Education: Race to the Top

$53,560

Jennifer Green

Central Clinic

Central Clinic Traineeships 2015-16

$19,000

Jennifer Green

Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center - CCHMC

Fussner Center for ADHD Assessments

$3,500

Jennifer Green

Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center - CCHMC

Children's Hospital Bracken Assessment Project

$5,000

Jennifer Green

Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center - CCHMC

Children's Wade TBI Traineeship 14-15 Green

$15,170

Jennifer Green

Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center - CCHMC

Children's Hospital Traineeships (Center ADHD & LEND)

$43,316

Jennifer Green

Dr. Hillary Wishnick

Wishnick Traineeship Green 14-15

Jennifer Green

Lindner Center of Hope

Lindner Center of Hope Traineeship 2015-16

Jennifer Green

Richmond State Hospital

Richmond State Hospital Traineeship-Green 2015-17

Jennifer Green

Ross School District

Ross Schools School Based Mental Health Traineeships

Jennifer Green

St. Josephs Orphanage

St. Joseph's Orphanage Traineeship Green 2013-14

Kurt Hugenberg

National Science Foundation - NSF

The Face of Humanity: Configural Face Processing and Dehumanization

Dawna Meehan

LifeSpan Inc

A LifeSpan Inc. School Based Services Evaluation

Dawna Meehan

Ohio Department of Mental Health - ODMH

A Multi-Tiered Evaluation of the Efficacy and Effectiveness of the FLIP IT Parent Training Model

Dawna Meehan

Ohio Dept of Education - ODE

Positive Transformations for Ohio Schools: Building Statewide Positive Supports

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$25,000

$1,360 $10,000 $108,800 $15,000 $1,632 $505,995 $9,963 $11,250 $142,286


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

Source

Project title

Dawna Meehan

Ohio Dept of Education - ODE

Making Ohio AWARE: Building Statewide Mental Health First Aid Capacity

$445,269

Terri Messman-Moore

Department of Health and Human Services - DHHS

Sexual Revictimization: Emotional and Psychosocial Mediators

$128,656

Amy Summerville

Procter and Gamble Company

P&G Summer Graduate Internship Opportunity

PSYCHOLOGY continued

SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE Paula Gandara

Value

$4,850 $13,785

British Library

Rescuing Parochial Archives from Belem do Para, Brazil

STATISTICS

$13,785 $79,441

A. John Bailer

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health - NIOSH

Statistical Intern - Graduate Assistant in Occupational Risk Assessment at NIOSH

$18,095

Douglas Noe

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health - NIOSH

Statistical Methods Research for Characterization and Analysis of Dose-Response Relationships

$11,469

Douglas Noe

Procter and Gamble Company

Industry-Sponsored GA in Statistics, Summer 2015 - Spring 2016

$40,872

Stephen Wright

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health - NIOSH

Evaluation and Development of Rodent and Human Dosimetry Models for Soluble or Semi-Soluble Inhaled Particles

WESTERN PROGRAM

$9,004 $3,925

Burney Charitable Foundation Trust

Western College Legacy Projects Fund

$200

Burney Partners

Western College Legacy Projects Fund

$100

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

Western College Legacy Projects Fund

$100

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

Western College Legacy Projects Fund

$150

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

Western College Legacy Projects Fund

$500

General Electric Company

Western College Legacy Projects Fund

$100

MAI Foundation Inc.

Western College Legacy Projects Fund

$500

The Burney Company

Western College Legacy Projects Fund

$250

The Miami Foundation

Western College Legacy Projects Fund

$2,000

Verizon Foundation

Western College Legacy Projects Fund

$25

COLLEGE OF CREATIVE ARTS

$352,763

ADMINISTRATION

$249,700 Chevron Corporation

Ritter Lecture Series

Elizabeth Wakeman Henderson Charitable Foundation

EWH Fellowship

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$500 $6,500


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

ADMINISTRATION continued

Source

Project title

Elizabeth Wakeman Henderson Charitable Foundation

EWH Fellowship

$12,500

The Holzberger Family Humanitarian Foundation Incorporated

Holzberger Fashion Design Studio Fund

$30,000

Walt Disney Company Foundation

John & Betty Michael Lecture in Art Education

William E. Schmidt Foundation

Schmidt Summer Vocal Institute Fund

$0

William E. Schmidt Foundation

Schmidt Summer Vocal Institute Fund

$0

William E. Schmidt Foundation

Schmidt Summer Vocal Institute Fund

$25,000

William E. Schmidt Foundation

Schmidt Youth Vocal Music Competition Fund

$40,000

William E. Schmidt Foundation

Schmidt Youth Vocal Music Competition Fund

$67,500

William E. Schmidt Foundation

Schmidt Youth Vocal Music Competition Fund

$67,500

ARMSTRONG INSTITUTE OF INTERACTIVE MEDIA STUDIES Benevity

San Francisco Digital Innovation Program Expendable Program Fund

$976 $72,180

Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Art Gallery

$560

The Arthur M. Sackler Foundation

$71,620

PERFORMING ARTS SERIES

$29,907

Patti Liberatore

Arts Midwest

LA Theater Works - In the Heat of the Night

Patti Liberatore

Ohio Arts Council - OAC

Performing Arts Series 2014-15 Season

DuBois Book Store

$3,800 $20,357 $250

Knolls Of Oxford

$2,500

Maple Knoll Communities

$2,500

New York Life Insurance Company

$400

Oxford Visitors & Convention Bureau

$100

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, HEALTH, AND SOCIETY

$1,571,756

ADMINISTRATION

$170,574 Ohio Dept of Education - ODE

Advancing Educational Technology in Butler County Classrooms

DISCOVERY CENTER Terry McCollum

$200

$976

ART MUSEUM

Bob De Schutter

Value

$170,574 $260,000

Ohio Board of Regents - OBOR

iDiscovery: Professional Development Through Web based Learning Communities

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$260,000


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

Source

Project title

Andrew Saultz

Spencer Foundation

Waivering as Governance: A New Model of Federalism in Education

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY Aimin Wang

Value

$49,697 $49,697 $45,000

Beijing Fengtai Education Committee

Fengtai Education Distric: Summer Mental Health Program

EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT CENTER

$45,000 $778,775

Sarah Woodruff

Dayton Board of Education - DBOE

Public Schools Program Research and Evaluation Services

$77,760

Sarah Woodruff

Michigan State University

Evaluation of CS10K: Leading the Way to CS10K: Assessing a Just-in-Time Professional Development Approach for Teacher Knowledge Growth in Computer Science

$34,165

Sarah Woodruff

Montgomery County Department of Human Services

Evaluation and Assessment of the TOTS Program

$15,000

Sarah Woodruff

National Science Foundation - NSF

Evaluation of Further Development and Testing Inquiry Model for Middle and High School Science Teacher Development

$64,542

Sarah Woodruff

Ohio Dept of Education - ODE

Extension and Enhancement of the Ohio Resident Educator Program Evaluation

Sarah Woodruff

Ohio Northern University

Evaluation of Enhanced Chemistry Learning through Instrument Access and Personalized Secondary Educator Training (ECLIPSE)

Sarah Woodruff

SUNY - Buffalo

Evaluation of Biology with X-Ray Lasers

Sarah Woodruff

SUNY - Buffalo

Evaluation of Targeted MSP: The University of Buffalo/Buffalo Public Schools (UB/BPS) Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Partnership

Sarah Woodruff

University of Cincinnati - UC

Evaluation of Leadership, Empowerment, and Advancement for STEM Women Faculty (LEAF) at UC

Sarah Woodruff

US Department of Education - DoED

Cross-Project Evaluation of Ohio Mathematics and Science Partnership (OMSP) Program

FAMILY STUDIES AND SOCIAL WORK

$100,000 $4,999 $98,270 $154,948 $54,091 $175,000 $50,275

Kevin Bush

YWCA of Hamilton Ohio Inc

Teen Pregnancy Prevention Educators

$12,685

Kevin Bush

YWCA of Hamilton Ohio Inc

Teen Pregnancy Prevention Educators

$12,685

Kevin Bush

YWCA of Hamilton Ohio Inc

Victim Advocate at Dove House Domestic Violence Shelter

$14,905

Katherine Kuvalanka

National Council of Family Relations NCFR

The TransKids Project: Strengthening Community Connections

$10,000

KINESIOLOGY AND HEALTH

$59,792

Samuel Morris

Oxford Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

Graduate Assistantship in Physical Therapy

Rose Marie Ward

Butler County Educational Service Center

Evaluation of Trauma Professional Development Training for Strong Families Safe Communities Initiative

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$50,246 $3,046


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

Source

Project title

Value

Rose Marie Ward

Butler County Family and Children First Council

Evaluation of the Respite Program in Butler County Crisis Stabilization Initiative

$6,500

KINESIOLOGY AND HEALTH continued

TEACHER EDUCATION

$157,643

Lena Lee

PNC Foundation

PNC Early Childhood Education Initiative

$35,000

Lena Lee

PNC Foundation

Preschool Experience Enrichment Projects

$35,000

Tammy Schwartz

Cleveland Foundation

Cleveland Urban Cohort

$17,500

Tammy Schwartz

Cleveland Foundation

Cleveland Urban Cohort

$17,500

Cincinnati Woman's Club

Urban Teaching Cohort Expendable Fund

Greater Cincinnati Foundation

College of Education Health and Society Urban Teachiing Cohort General Fund

$500

The John A. Schroth Family Charitable Trust

College of Education Health and Society Urban Teachiing Cohort General Fund

$50,000

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTING

$1,428,664

ADMINISTRATION Robert Setlock

$2,143

$11,800 Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Utilizing Corporate Innovation Techniques in STEM Disciplines

Messer Construction Company

Lockheed Martin Leadership Institute

Tata Consultancy Services Limited

Career Partners Program-College of Engineering and Computing

CHEMICAL, PAPER, AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

$10,000 $300 $1,500 $821,518

Lei Kerr

Society of Toxicology

The Application of Microfludic Channels in Study the Nanomaterial Desposition in Nasal Olfactory Region

Justin Saul

National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin - NIAMS

Keratin Hydrogel Matrix for Tunable Factor in Bone Regeneration

Jessica Sparks

University of Southern California - USC

An Integrative Computational and Bioengineered Tissue Model of Metastasis

Azizeh Yousefi Moshirabad

National Institutes of Health - NIH

Biological/Synthetic Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Engineering

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

$40,000 $387,185 $12,857 $381,476 $171,150

Eric Bachmann

National Science Foundation - NSF

Realistic Navigation in the Third Dimension Using Low Cost, Portable, Wearable Immersive Virtual Environment Systems

Scott Campbell

Microsoft Corporation

Azure Academic Passes to Miami University

James Kiper

StudySync

StudySync Mobile Application

Dhananjai Rao

National Center for Women and Information Technology

Aspirations in Computing

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$117,650 $9,000 $10,000 $2,000


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

Source

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND SOFTWARE ENGINEERING continued

Project title

Value

Bookheaded Learning

$5,000

Centric Consulting LLC

$1,000

Eli Lilly & Co.

$5,000

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

$1,000

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

$2,000

Hillenbrand Industries

$4,000

Key Bank (HQ)

$1,000

Marathon Petroleum Company LP

$1,500

Nielsen Media Research

$5,000

OnShift Inc

$1,000

Rosetta Marketing Group LLC

$1,000

Rosetta Marketing Group LLC

$5,000

ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING

$219,662

Dmitriy Garmatyuk

Dayton Area Graduate Studies Institute DAGSI

Reconfigurable RF Systems

$43,470

Yu Morton

The Ohio State University Research Foundation - OSURF

Consortium of Ohio Universities on Navigation & Timekeeping - COUNT

$20,000

Yu Morton

The Ohio State University Research Foundation - OSURF

Collaborative R&D Effort on Precision GPS/EO Navigation Fusion

$41,000

Yu Morton

The Ohio State University Research Foundation - OSURF

Collaborative R&D Effort on Precision GPS/EO Navigation Fusion

$55,000

Donald Ucci

ARRIS Group Inc

Analysis of live traffic engineering data by extracting channel changes and viewership data to optimize bandwidth usage by Multiple System Operators

$4,048

Donald Ucci

ARRIS Group Inc

Analysis of live traffic engineering data by extracting channel changes and viewership data to optimize bandwidth usage by Multiple System Operators

$5,520

Qihou Zhou

National Science Foundation - NSF

Correlative Study of Metal and Ion Concentrations

MECHANICAL AND MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING

$50,624 $204,534

Jeong-Hoi Koo

Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS)

Simulating Pulsatile Blood Flow Using Smart Materials

Amit Shukla

Ethicon Endo-Surgery

Developing Optimization Algorithms for Blade Tip Design

Amit Shukla

Ethicon Endo-Surgery

Developing Optimization Algorithms for for Harmonic Waveguide Design

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$28,225 $8,435 $17,649


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

Source

Project title

Amit Shukla

Ethicon Endo-Surgery

Essential Nonlinearities Identification for the Nonlinear Dynamical Phenomenon in Ultrasonic Cutting Tool

$25,000

Kumar Singh

Universal Techology Corporation

Multidisciplinary Optimization for Active Aeroelastic Control

$44,473

Andrew Sommers

Dayton Area Graduate Studies Institute DAGSI

Modeling the Heat Transfer Performance of an Aero Engine Recuperator with Design Optimization Capabilities

$43,155

Andrew Sommers

Totes Isotoner

Product Testing for Totes Isotoner

James VanKuren

Universal Techology Corporation

2014/2015 Aerospace Propulsion Outreach Program

American Axle and Manufacturing

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Student Capstone Mini Baja Project

$5,000

Dayton Foundation Depository Incorporated

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Student Capstone Mini Baja Project

$5,000

MTD Products

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Student Capstone Mini Baja Project

$10,000

Siemens Industry Inc.

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Student Capstone Mini Baja Project

MECHANICAL AND MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING continued

Value

$1,250 $15,347

$1,000

FARMER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

$738,122

ACCOUNTANCY

$113,995 Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$50

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$50

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$50

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$50

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$75

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

ACCOUNTANCY continued

Source

Project title

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$120

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$150

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$175

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$200

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$250

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$250

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$250

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$250

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$300

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$350

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$500

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

Value


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

ACCOUNTANCY continued

Source

Project title

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$517

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$695

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$738

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$850

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$850

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$850

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$850

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$850

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$850

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$850

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$850

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$850

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$850

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$900

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$1,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$1,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$1,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$1,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$1,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$1,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$1,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$1,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$1,500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$1,500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$1,500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$2,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$2,000

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

Value


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

ACCOUNTANCY continued

Source

Project title

Value

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$2,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$2,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$3,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$3,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$3,500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$4,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$4,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$4,500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$5,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$5,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$5,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$6,300

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$10,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$10,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund

$10,000

BKD LLP

BKD Accounting Endowment Fund

ADMINISTRATION

$150 $283,421

AmerisourceBergen Services Corporation

Buck Rodgers Business Leadership Program

David J. Joseph Company

Career Partners Program-Farmer School of Business

Exact Target

Farmer School Corporate Partnership Fund

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

EY Support Fund

Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Tom Speh Innovation Fund

$5,000

Institute Of International Education

Grants-School of Business

$99,750

Interpublic Group

Miami AD Week Chicago

$10,000

J P Morgan Chase Bank

Farmer School Corporate Partnership Fund

Luxottica Retail

Cincinnati Immersion Week Fund 

$3,000

Macy's Corporate Services Inc

Cincinnati Immersion Week Fund 

$3,000

Maxpoffle Foundation

James Lewis Family Mock Trial Program

$2,500

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$250 $1,500 $500 $10,000

$500


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

ADMINISTRATION continued

Source

Project title

Value

Maxpoffle Foundation

James Lewis Family Mock Trial Program

$3,075

Maxpoffle Foundation

James Lewis Family Mock Trial Program

$24,300

Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Global Impact Funding Trust Inc

Buck Rodgers Business Leadership Program

Nielsen Media Research

Cincinnati Immersion Week Fund 

$3,000

Procter & Gamble Company

Cincinnati Immersion Week Fund 

$3,000

Sheskey Family Foundation

Business Analytics Technology Fund

$50,000

Spark Communications

Grants-School of Business

$25,000

Square D Foundation

Gifts-In-Kind

$22,485

Stage Left Cellars

Gifts-In-Kind

$324

The Rogers Family Foundation

Buck Rodgers Business Leadership Program

$200

United Way of Central Ohio

EY Support Fund

$517

United Way of Central Ohio

EY Support Fund

$695

United Way of Central Ohio

EY Support Fund

$750

United Way of Central Ohio

EY Support Fund

$4,500

United Way of Central Ohio

EY Support Fund

$6,300

United Way Orange County

EY Support Fund

$1,500

W. W. Grainger Incorporated

Tom Speh Innovation Fund

$1,500

Wells Fargo Foundation

Buck Rodgers Business Leadership Program

CENTER FOR BUSINESS EXCELLENCE

$250

$25 $56,875

Cardinal Health Foundation Inc

$120

Cardinal Health Foundation Inc

$120

Cardinal Health Foundation Inc

$120

Cardinal Health Foundation Inc

$120

Cardinal Health Foundation Inc

$120

Cardinal Health Foundation Inc

$120

Cardinal Health Foundation Inc

$120

Cardinal Health Foundation Inc

$120

Cardinal Health Foundation Inc

$120

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

Source

CENTER FOR BUSINESS EXCELLENCE continued

Project title

Value

Cardinal Health Foundation Inc

$120

Cardinal Health Foundation Inc

$180

Cardinal Health Foundation Inc

$180

Deloitte Foundation

$500

Duke Energy Foundation

Duke Energy Case Competition

$50,000

KPMG Foundation

$75

KPMG Foundation

$100

KPMG Foundation

$100

KPMG Foundation

$200

KPMG Foundation

$240

KPMG Foundation

$300

KPMG Foundation

$500

KPMG Foundation

$500

KPMG Foundation

$500

KPMG Foundation

$1,000

KPMG Foundation

$1,200

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

$100

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

$4,000 National Standard Parts Associates Inc

Albert C. Graf Entrepreneurship Innovation Fund

MARKETING

$4,000 $254,830

Terri Barr

The Freeman Foundation

Expanding U.S. Student Internships in Asia

$99,750

Michael McCarthy

Spark Communications

Fall 2014 Spark Project

$25,000

Glenn Platt

Johns Hopkins University

Infection Control Healthcare Worker Training to Prepare for Potential Ebola Cases in the United States

$24,447

Brett Smith

Institute of International Education

2015 Fulbright Afghanistan Reentry and Social Entrepreneurship Seminar

THOMAS C. PAGE CENTER FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP Schwab Charitable Fund

$105,633 $25,000

Thomas Page Center for Entrepreneurship Expendable Fund

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$25,000


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

Source

Project title

Value

HAMILTON CAMPUS

$603,969

ADMINISTRATION

$275,548

Traci Anderson

US Department of Education - DoED

Miami University: CCAMPIS Scholarships for Low Income Undergraduate Students on Three Campuses

$94,525

Mary Bausano

Department of Health and Human Services - DHHS

Miami Suicide Awareness and Prevention Program

$97,523

Hamilton Community Foundation

Michael J. Colligan History Project

$1,000

Hamilton Community Foundation

W. Fred Cottrell Leadership Development Fund

$3,500

Hamilton Community Foundation

W. Fred Cottrell Leadership Development Fund

$4,000

Hamilton Community Foundation

$10,000

Hamilton Community Foundation

Michael J. Colligan History Project

David Berg

Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

Conservation Genetics of Lampsilis Powellii

David Berg

National Science Foundation - NSF

REU Site: Ecology in Human-Dominated Landscapes

David Berg

New Mexico Department of Game and Fish

Molecular and Morphological Analysis of Wrinkled Marshsnail

Brian Keane

American Society of Mammalogists

The Ecological Relevance of Estrogen Receptor Alpha Expression to Male Prairie Vole (Microtus Ochrogaster) Sociosexual Behavior

Ann Rypstra

Sigma Xi

Contest Behavior Between an Invading Spider and a Local Congener Over Unfamiliar Webs and Web Sites

BIOLOGY

$65,000 $295,176

FAMILY STUDIES AND SOCIAL WORK

$10,000 $272,476 $10,500 $1,500 $700 $24,100

Anthony James

Butler County Educational Service Center

Head Start Enrollment Focus Group Study

$1,500

Anthony James

Butler County Educational Service Center

Evaluation of Kinship Navigator

$4,600

Anthony James

Butler County Educational Service Center

Evaluation of the Butler County Success Program: Year 10

GEOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL EARTH SCIENCE

$18,000 $9,145

Mark Krekeler

Kinross Gold USA Inc

Student Research and Travel Grant to Round Mountain, Nevada

$4,000

Mark Krekeler

National Science Foundation - NSF

Collaborative Research: ACACIA: Ancient Climate and the Authigenic Clay Index of Aridity

$5,145

MIDDLETOWN CAMPUS

$659,820

ADMINISTRATION

$73,900 Air Products and Chemicals Inc

Miami University Middletown Family Fun Fest

Armin J. Fleck Scholarship Trust

Armin J. Fleck Fund at Miami University Middletown

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$250 $70,000


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

ADMINISTRATION continued

Source

Project title

Value

Arts Wave

Grants-Middletown Campus/Instruction

$2,100

Miami Employees Credit Union

Miami University Middletown Family Fun Fest

$300

Middletown Community Foundation

Miami University Middletown Family Fun Fest

$1,000

Women of the Moose

Miami University Middletown Family Fun Fest

$250

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY Susan Baim

$3,750 Middletown Community Foundation

Social Media Research Round Table

CENTER FOR VETERANS SERVICES

$3,750 $100

Middletown Community Foundation

$100

ENGLISH

$25,970

Helane Androne

National Writing Project - NWP

Ohio Writing Project Teacher Leadership Development

$10,000

Helane Androne

National Writing Project - NWP

Argreement # BRimer-SEED2014

$15,970

MUSIC Susan Joyce

$2,100 Arts Wave

Fantastic Free Fridays

SOCIOLOGY AND GERONTOLOGY

$2,100 $554,000

Robert Seufert

Columbus State Community College

Next Generation Multi-craft Manufacturing Support Technician Evaluation 2014-17

$69,000

Robert Seufert

National Highway Traffic Safety Adm. NHTSA

Ohio Traffic Safety Grant FFY2015: Seat Belt Use/Alcohol Impaired Driving Media Campaign Surveys

$240,000

Robert Seufert

Ohio Dept of Public Safety

Ohio Traffic Safety Grant FFY15: Seat Belt Use Observations

$240,000

Robert Seufert

Relationships Under Construction

Relationships Under Construction Program Evaluation 2015

RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP AND GRADUATE SCHOOL

$5,000 $1,323,148

ADMINISTRATION

$105,500

James Oris

National Science Foundation - NSF

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships

$17,500

James Oris

National Science Foundation - NSF

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships

$88,000

CORPORATE AND COMMUNITY INSTITUTE

$12,879

Patricia McNab

Hydro Systems

Project Management Executive Overview

Patricia McNab

Hydro Systems

DiSC Assessments

$1,602

Patricia McNab

Hydro Systems

Advanced Skills for Managing Projects

$3,180

Patricia McNab

Hydro Systems

Essential Skills for Managing Projects

$6,372

Patricia McNab

Kutol Products

Lean Manufacturing- 5S G Training

$1,225

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$500


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

Source

Project title

Daryl Baldwin

National Science Foundation - NSF

Breath of Life Archival Institute for Indigenous Languages

Miami Tribe of Oklahoma

Myaamia Center Fund

$27,375

Miami Tribe of Oklahoma

Myaamia Center Endowment

$50,000

Miami Tribe of Oklahoma

Myaamia Center Fund

$52,160

Miami Tribe of Oklahoma

Myaamia Center Fund

$228,450

MYAAMIA CENTER

SCRIPPS GERONTOLOGY CENTER

Value

$525,635 $167,650

$679,133

Katherine Abbott

Pennsylvania State University

Assessing Resident Preferences to Advance Person Centered Care

$15,327

Robert Applebaum

Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio

Evaluation of the Elderly Services Program in Butler County

$40,398

Robert Applebaum

Department of Health and Human Services - DHHS

Ohio Department of Medicaid: Measuring Ohio's Progress in Achieving a Balanced System of Long-Term Services and Supports

James Brown

Duke University

Understanding US Regional Health and Mortality Disparities: A Life Course Approach

Phyllis Cummins

Ohio Department of Aging - ODA

Older Adults and Transportation Resources in Appalachian Ohio: Enhancing or Impairing Opportunities for Job Training and Employment?

Phyllis Cummins

Ohio Department of Aging - ODA

Ohio's Aging Workforce: A Resource to Improve Economic Growth

$10,296

Jennifer Kinney

Xavier University

Xavier University Montessori Program for Dementia

$16,581

Suzanne Kunkel

Department of Health and Human Services - DHHS

National Association of Area Agencies on Aging: Information and Planning: Understanding the Capacity of the Aging Network

$88,819

Elizabeth Lokon

Alzheimer's Foundation of America

Training Institute Participant Scholarships

$5,000

Elizabeth Lokon

Arts Wave

Strategic Planning Consultant

$2,000

Elizabeth Lokon

Cedar Village

Opening Minds through Art (OMA): An Intergenerational Art Program for People with Dementia

$85,490

Elizabeth Lokon

Friends Fellowship Community

Opening Minds through Art (OMA): An Intergenerational Art Program for People with Dementia

$5,000

Elizabeth Lokon

Jewish Home Famly

Opening Minds through Art (OMA) Custom Training

$4,000

Elizabeth Lokon

Kappa Kappa Gamma

Opening Minds through Art (OMA): An Intergenerational Art Program for People with Dementia

$1,500

Elizabeth Lokon

National Center for Creative Aging NCCAG

OMA Replication Project (Phase 1)

$5,000

Elizabeth Lokon

Ohio Arts Council - OAC

Strategic Planning Consultant

$1,801

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$156,848 $38,621 $5,904


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

Source

Project title

Value

Elizabeth Lokon

Presbyterian Retirement Communities Northwest

Opening Minds Through Art (OMA): An Intergenerational Art Program for People with Dementia- Customized Facilitator Training

$2,500

Elizabeth Rohrbaugh

Colonial

Opening Minds through Art (OMA): An Integenerational Art Program for People with Dementia

$8,000

Elizabeth Rohrbaugh

Heartland of Woodridge

Opening Minds through Art (OMA): An Integenerational Art Program for People with Dementia

$5,000

Elizabeth Rohrbaugh

Liberty Nursing Center of Oxford

Opening Minds through Art (OMA): An Intergenerational Art Program for People with Dementia

$3,000

Elizabeth Rohrbaugh

Woodland Country Manor

Opening Minds Through Art (OMA): An Intergenerational Art Program for People with Dementia

$1,000

Jane Straker

Ohio Department of Aging - ODA

Development and Testing of Ohio's Facility Satisfaction Surveys

Janardan Subedi

Department of Health and Human Services - DHHS

Genetic Epidemiology of Ocular Health and Disease

Council On Aging of Southwestern Ohio

Scripps Enrichment Fund

Friends Fellowship Community

Scripps Foundation/Programs

$5,000

Liberty Nursing Center of Oxford

Scripps Foundation/Programs

$3,000

SCRIPPS GERONTOLOGY CENTER continued

$114,228 $500

Prudential Foundation

$400

Prudential Foundation

$4,700

Trumbull Advocacy and Protective Network Inc

Scripps Enrichment Fund

Xavier University

Scripps Foundation/Programs

Zandex Health Care

Scripps Enrichment Fund

OTHER OFFICES

$1,550 $16,581 $2,000 $1,820,227

ADMISSION Lindsey Holden

$29,089

$11,000 Scioto County Area Foundation

Miami University Summer Scholars Program

BERNARD B. RINELLA, JR. LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER

$11,000 $9,500

McGraw Foundation

Bernard B. Rinella, Jr. Learning Assistance Center

$8,500

Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Global Impact Funding Trust Inc

Bernard B. Rinella, Jr. Learning Assistance Center

$1,000

CAREER SERVICES

$183,175 Abercrombie & Fitch Company

Career Partners Program

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$10,000


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

Source

Project title

Value

AT&T Incorporated

Career Partners Program

$3,500

Bridge Logistics Incorporated

Career Partners Program

$2,500

Bridge Logistics Incorporated

Career Partners Program

$5,000

Butler County Board of Developmental Disabilities

Career Partners Program

$5,000

Catamaran

Career Partners Program

$2,000

Corporate Executive Board

Career Partners Program

$2,500

Coyote Logistics LLC

Career Partners Program

$5,000

Crowe Horwath LLP

Career Partners Program

$5,000

David J. Joseph Company

Career Partners Program

$11,500

E & J Gallo Winery

Career Partners Program

$5,000

Key Bank (HQ)

Career Partners Program

$2,500

Kohl's

Career Partners Program

$2,500

Lease Team Incorporated

Career Partners Program

$5,000

Macy's Corporate Services Inc

Career Partners Program

$2,500

Martin-Bower Company LLC

Career Partners Program

$125

Reyes Holdings LLC

Career Partners Program

$550

Reyes Holdings LLC

Career Partners Program

$2,500

Tata Consultancy Services Limited

Career Partners Program

$10,500

University of Notre Dame Donor Advised Fund

Gary and Julie Killian Fund

CAREER SERVICES continued

CENTER FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

$2,000

Dow Chemical Company Foundation

$1,000

Dow Chemical Company Foundation

$1,000

FINANCE AND BUSINESS SERVICES Alfred Ryan

$640,000

Ohio Development Services Agency ODSA

LeanOhio Boot Camp Training

GLOBAL INITIATIVES Mary Jane Berman

$100,000

$640,000 $180,681

Oxford Community Foundation

Latin American and Caribbean Festival

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$1,500


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

Source

Project title

Cheryl Young

Office of Chinese Language Council International

Confucius Institute at Miami to Create Chinese Language and Cultural Opportunities

$25,000

Cheryl Young

Office of Chinese Language Council International

Confucius Institute at Miami to Create Chinese Language and Cultural Opportunities

$60,000

Cheryl Young

Office of Chinese Language Council International

Confucius Institute at Miami to Create Chinese Language and Cultural Opportunities

$71,796

TRIO Foundation

Trio Foundation Leadership Enrichment Access Fund (LEAF)

$2,385

TRIO Foundation

Trio Foundation Leadership Enrichment Access Fund (LEAF)

$20,000

GLOBAL INITIATIVES continued

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

Value

$160,539

Cisco Systems Inc.

Gifts-in-Kind

$143,748

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$35

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$50

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$50

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$50

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$50

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$100

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$100

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$100

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$100

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$100

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$100

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$100

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$100

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$100

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$100

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$100

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$150

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$150

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$200

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

Source

Project title

Value

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$200

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$200

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$200

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$200

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$200

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$200

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$200

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$200

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$500

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$2,000

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$2,000

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$2,000

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$2,500

International Business Machines Corp

Gifts-in-Kind

$4,356

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES continued

INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

$571,778

Elizabeth Bath

National Collegiate Athletic Association NCAA

NCAA Special Assistance Fund

$43,166

Elizabeth Bath

National Collegiate Athletic Association NCAA

NCAA Academic Enhancement Fund

$72,739

Elizabeth Bath

National Collegiate Athletic Association NCAA

NCAA Academic Enhancement Fund

$74,849

Elizabeth Bath

National Collegiate Athletic Association NCAA

Student Athlete Opportunity Fund

National Collegiate Athletic Association NCAA

Athletics Research

STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Elizabeth Johnson

$74,849 $47,000

Scioto County Area Foundation

The Scioto County Area Foundation

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES Leslie McNeill

$306,175

$47,000 $4,000

Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction - ODADAS

Miami University Bacchus Student Engagement Initiative

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015

$4,000


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT

Source

Project title

Alpha House

Gifts-in-Kind

Bagel & Deli Shop

Gifts-in-Kind

$50

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park

Gifts-in-Kind

$110

Cincinnati Reds

Gifts-in-Kind

$60

Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame Museum

Gifts-in-Kind

$85

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

Gifts-in-Kind

$72

Cleveland Browns

Gifts-in-Kind

$40

Columbus Blue Jackets

Gifts-in-Kind

$25

DuBois Book Store

Gifts-in-Kind

$311

Elms - Holiday Inn

Gifts-in-Kind

$200

Essenza Corporation

Gifts-in-Kind

$50

Florence Freedom

Gifts-in-Kind

$80

Folletts Miami Coop

Gifts-in-Kind

$67

Longmeadow Lane Studio

Gifts-in-Kind

$800

Sprinkles Cupcakes

Gifts-in-Kind

$150

Sunset Players Incorporated

Gifts-in-Kind

$60

The Apple Tree

Gifts-in-Kind

$25

The Juice Plus Company

Gifts-in-Kind

$96

Wild Berry Incense Inc.

Gifts-in-Kind

$5

You're Fired

Gifts-in-Kind

$40

UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES Jacqueline Johnson

Value

$2,336

$10

$8,218 Oxford Community Foundation

Finding Freedom/Training for Freedom

Anita Shapolsky Art Foundation ARUP

$3,000 $10 $5

BenBella Books

$40

Best Publications Ltd.

$5

BIEC International Incorporated

$10

Bridge Publications Incorporated

$20

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015


DETAIL Funding by organizational unit and principal investigator Principal investigator

Source

Project title

UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES continued

Value

Brookville Public Library

$15

Japan Publishing Industry Foundation for Culture

$55

Lane Public Library - Oxford

$1,500

Lotus Lantern Books

$5

Miscellaneous

$10

Miscellaneous

$10

Miscellaneous

$10

Miscellaneous

$30

Miscellaneous

$45

Miscellaneous

$60

Miscellaneous

$77

Miscellaneous

$95

Miscellaneous

$110

Miscellaneous

Maryette Brown Lane Library Endowment

$110

Miscellaneous

$130

Nicolai Music

$15

Proverbium International

$5

Ryerson University

$1

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

$10

Too Far

$15

Williams-King-Parsons Family Foundation

Williams-King Fund for Special Collections

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Worldwide Books TOTAL MIAMI UNIVERSITY

$2,800 $5 $15 $18,845,277

OFFICE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP | FY2015


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