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2017

Fiscal Year July 1, 2016-June 30, 2017

ANNUAL REPORT External funding to support research, creativity, instruction, and service


OUR TEAM James T. Oris, PhD Associate Provost for Research and Scholarship Anne P. Schauer, MA Director Research and Sponsored Programs Heather Beattey Johnston, MA Associate Director Research Communications Amy Hurley Cooper Assistant Director Proposal Development Neal H. Sullivan, PhD Director Research Ethics and Integrity Jennifer Sutton, MPA Associate Director Research Ethics and Integrity Joyce Fernandes, PhD Director Undergraduate Research

CONTACT 501 E. High Street 102 Roudebush Hall Oxford, Ohio 45056 (513) 529-3600

Martha E. Weber, MS Coordinator Undergraduate Research Jens Mueller, PhD Senior Specialist Research Computing

OARS@MiamiOH.edu

Jon Patton, PhD Senior Specialist Research Computing

ENGAGE

Greg Reese, PhD Senior Specialist Research Computing

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Vanessa Gordon Administrative Assistant ANNUAL REPORT 2017


THE ASSOCIATE PROVOST’S

PERSPECTIVE

Miami University’s global reputation for excellence owes a lot to the passion of its students, faculty, and staff. Their enthusiasm and dedication are the foundation of scientific discoveries, creative innovations, and entrepreneurial accomplishments. Extramural funding provides the resources to help them build to greater heights.

James T. Oris Associate Provost for Research & Scholarship

In FY2017, Miami University secured $17.8 million in funding from federal and state government agencies, private foundations, business and industry, and other sponsors to support research, creative, education, and service projects at Miami University. We share highlights of the work enabled by these funds on page 3 of this report. While the federal government remained our largest source of funding, Miami, like many other universities across the country, saw a decline in federal support during FY2017. To replace those funds, we have worked diligently to build relationships with other sponsors, notably business and industry, whose support increased 26% in this fiscal year compared to last. The State of Ohio also remained a significant sponsor, with $3.7 million in support during FY2017. We are proud to help Miami’s researchers, scholars, and creative artists find and secure the funding that enables them to apply their passion to answer questions, solve important problems, provoke thought, and train the next generation of our nation’s innovators. We remain committed to that mission now and into the future.

James T. Oris Associate Provost for Research and Scholarship PAGE 1

ANNUAL REPORT 2017


FUNDING OVERVIEW TOTAL FUNDING, 10-YEAR TREND $27.6M $22.6M

$23.3M

$22.7M

$21.5M

$21.3M

$23.1M $20.6M $18.8M

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

$17.8M

2016

2017

FUNDING BY DIVISION Arts & Science

$7.0M

39%

Research & Graduate School

17%

Other Offices

12%

Education, Health, & Society

10%

$3.0M $2.2M $1.7M

Engineering & Computing

7%

Hamilton Campus

5%

$0.9M

Creative Arts

5%

$0.9M

Middletown Campus

3%

Farmer School of Business

2%

$1.2M

$17.8 MILLION FUNDING RECEIVED

BY ALL DIVISIONS

$0.6M $0.3M

PROPOSALS BY DIVISION Arts & Science

57%

Education, Health, & Society

12%

Engineering & Computing

10%

45 40

Research & Graduate School

7%

Hamilton Campus

6%

Other Offices

3%

Farmer School of Business

2%

7

Middletown Campus

2%

7

Creative Arts

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224

1%

27 24 11

390 PROPOSALS SUBMITED IN ALL DIVISIONS

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PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

RICK PAGE Chemistry & Biochemistry Rick Page, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, was recognized as one of the nation’s top young faculty in his field by the National Science Foundation (NSF) with the award of a prestigious CAREER grant. Page will receive more than $920,000 over five years for his research on the biological regulation of quality control in proteins.

LAUREN FORREST Psychology Graduate student Lauren Forrest was awarded $2,000 by the Military Suicide Research Consortium to complete an interoception study, under the supervision of assistant professor April Smith. The study will look at whether people who are relatively “tuned out” to pain or to sensations associated with fear might be at greater risk for suicide and self-injury.

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CARRIE TYLER Geology & Environmental Earth Science Assistant professor Carrie Tyler and a collaborator received $343,000 from NSF to study the role predators may have played in the evolution of echinoids, a class of animals that includes sea urchins, sand dollars, and sea biscuits. Their work may lead to better understanding of modern ecosystems.

NAZAN BAUTISTA & TAMMY SCHWARTZ Education, Health, & Society A team led by Nazan Bautista, associate professor of teacher education, and Tammy Schwartz, director of the Urban Teaching Cohort, has been awarded over $1 million by the NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program. Miami’s Noyce program incentivizes STEM undergraduates and STEM professionals to pursue teacher certification.

PHYLLIS CUMMINS Scripps Gerontology Center A senior research scholar in the Scripps Gerontology Center, Phyllis Cummins leads a team that is working to learn what contributes to college success for students between the ages of 40 and 64. Their work is supported by a $1.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences (IES).

THE MYAAMIA CENTER The Myaamia Center was awarded more than $180,000 by NSF for the National Breath of Life Archival Institute for Indigenous Languages project. Breath of Life trains researchers from indigenous communities in methods of archives-based linguistic and ethnographic research, which is critical to knowledge about and revitalization of indigenous languages and cultures.

ANNUAL REPORT 2017


FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY SOURCE Federal Government

State of Ohio

21%

Associations, Foundations, & Other Non-Profits

19%

Business & Industry

16%

Colleges, Universities, & Research Institutions

Other Government

$6.0M

34%

$3.7M

$3.4M

$2.9M

$1.4M

8%

2%

Colleges, Universities, $60K & Research 3% Institutions

Federal Government $0.5M | 25%

$0.4M

Associations, Foundations, & Other Non-Profits $58K 47%

BUSINESS & INDUSTRY

+26%

Ohio $0.1M 5%

Business & Industry $1.3M | 59%

Fâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ship $0.1M $65K <1% 53%

Associations, Foundations, & Other Non-Profits $1.9M | 60%

Business & Industry $0.5M | 16%

Ohio $0.1M 4% Colleges, Universities, & Research Institutions $20K | 1%

TOTAL FUNDING BY PURPOSE & SOURCE

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Instruction $2.1M | 12%

Colleges, Universities, & Research Institutions

FUNDING

OVER FY2016

Other Govt $85K 4%

Assns, Fdns, & Other Non-Profits $0.1M | 4%

Service $3.2M | 18%

Other Govt $92K 3%

Federal Government $0.5M | 16%

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State of Ohio $1.9M | 18%

Associations, Foundations, & Other Non-Profits $1.0M | 9%

Federal Government $5.0M | 48% Other Govt $0.2M 2%

Research $10.5M | 59%

Business & Industry $1.2M | 11% Colleges, Universities, & Research Institutions $1.3M | 12%

FEDERAL FUNDING BY PURPOSE & SOURCE State of Ohio $1.5M | 80%

Agency

For For For Research Instruction Service

Dept of Ed

$0.2M

$0.3M

Inst of Ed Sci

$0.9M

-

-

$0.9M

$0.2M

-

$0.2M

NEH

Student Financial Aid Assns, Fdns, $1.9M | 11%

& Other Non-Profits $0.4M | 20%

Total

-

$0.1M $0.6M

NHTSA

$0.5M

-

-

$0.5M

NIH

$0.9M

-

-

$0.9M

NSF

$2.2M

-

State Dept

-

$0.4M $2.6M

$85K

-

$85K

USDA

$0.2M

-

-

$0.2M

Other

$0.1M

-

-

$0.1M

Total $

$5.0M

$0.5M

Total %

48%

25%

$0.5M $6.0M 16%

34%

Totals may not match exactly due to rounding

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FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE

$7,027,613

ADMINISTRATION

$515,750

Christopher Makaroff

The Ohio State University

Ohio LSAMP Consortium | $84,900

$42,450

Christopher Makaroff

The Ohio State University

Ohio LSAMP Consortium | $4,000

$2,000

Wiley Rein LLP

Inside Washington Program | $300

The U.S. Charitable Gift Trust

Inside Washington Program | $6,000

Thomas W. Smith Foundation

JANUS Forum | $225,000

$225,000

Thomas W. Smith Foundation

Thomas W. Smith Project on Liberty, Democracy and Citizenship | $240,000

$240,000

$300

BIOLOGY

$6,000

$1,572,222

Michelle Boone

Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles

The Effects of Amphibian Chytrid Fungus on Metamorph Feeding Behavior in two Susceptible Amphibian Species (Undergraduate Katie Kissner) | $500

Michelle Boone

Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles

Evaluating the Source and Timing of Amphibian Chytrid Fungus Exposure in the Susceptible Amphibian Species, American Toad (Anaxyrus Americanus) | $500

$500

Thomas Crist

Sigma Xi

Mechanisms of Non-Consumptive Effects of White-Tailed Deer (Odocoileus virgnianus) on Exotic Earthworms | $500

$500

Ohio Biological Survey

Litter- and Soil-Dwelling Invertebrate Response to the Experimental Removal of Odocoileus Virginianus (White-Tailed Deer) and Lonicera Maackii (Amur Honeysuckle) in Deciduous Forest | $500

$500

Thomas Crist

Ohio Biological Survey

Verifying Beneficial Response of Native Bee Communities to an Alien Invasive Shrub's Floral Resources Using a Vertical Canopy Gradient | $500

$500

Thomas Crist

US Department of Agriculture

Educating from the Ground Up: Promoting Integrated and Experiential Learning for Resilient Food Systems at Miami University | $150,000

$75,000

Thomas Crist

Ohio Biological Survey

Litter- and Soil-Dwelling Invertebrate Response to the Experimental Removal of White-Tailed Deer and Amur Honeysuckle in Deciduous Forest | $500

$500

Thomas Crist

Ohio Biological Survey

Novel Mutualisms Between an Invasive Shrub and Native Bee Species | $500

$500

Katia Del Rio-Tsonis

National Institutes of Health

RPE Reprogramming | $325,125

$227,588

Katia Del Rio-Tsonis

National Institutes of Health

RPE Reprogramming | $36,125

$25,288

Katia Del Rio-Tsonis

Sigma Xi

C3a and C5a-Induced Retinal Regeneration | $2,500

Melany Fisk

Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies

LTER: Long-Term Ecological Research at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest | $35,000

Thomas Crist

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$500

$2,500 $35,000

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FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

BIOLOGY continued Maria Gonzalez

National Science Foundation

LTREB Renewal: Response of a Reservoir Ecosystem to Declining Subsides of Nutrients and Detritus | $95,517

Maria Gonzalez

National Science Foundation

NSF Intergovernmental Personnel Act (IPA) Assignment | $185,438

David Gorchov

Ohio Invasive Plants Council

Effects on Native Tree Seedlings of Alternative Removal Methods of Invasive Amur Honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii) | $800

$800

Alfredo Huerta

Sigma Xi

Effects of an Organic Commercially Available Soil Amendment Containing Humic Acids on Growth Parameters and Productivity of Pepper and Kidney Bean Plants | $459

$459

Chun Liang

Ohio Department of Higher Education

Choose Ohio First Bioinformatics Scholarship Program at Miami U | $56,828

$56,828

Chun Liang

National Institutes of Health

The Role of FGF Receptors in Lens Development | $361,250

$54,188

Chun Liang

National Institutes of Health

RPE Reprogramming | $325,125

$97,538

Chun Liang

National Institutes of Health

RPE Reprogramming | $36,125

$10,838

Richard Moore

University of Illinois

Genomic Mechanisms of Domesticating a Y Chromosome in Papaya | $75,897

$75,897

James Oris

Law Offices of Charles M. Tebbutt, P.C.

Tebbutt Law Consulting Services on behalf of the SIerra Club for Sierra Club v. BNSF | $15,030

$15,030

Julia Robinson

Ohio Department of Higher Education

Writing and Inquiry Stories to Explore Science II (WISE Science II) | $96,558

Michael Robinson

National Institutes of Health

The Role of FGF Receptors in Lens Development | $361,250

Michael Robinson

Sigma Xi

Developing a High Throughput Screen for Human Retinal Pigmented Epithelium to Neural Retina Reprogramming | $2,500

$2,500

Paul Schaeffer

The Explorers Club

Habitat Use and Temperature Selection of a Large Reptile, Black and White Tegu, in its Invasive Range | $2,000

$2,000

Haifei Shi

Sigma Xi

Direct Effects of Chemokine Ligand 7 on Lipid Metabolism | $500

Steven Sullivan

Ohio Department of Higher Education

Writing and Inquiry Stories to Explore Science II (WISE Science II) | $96,558

Yoshinori Tomoyasu

National Science Foundation

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships | $92,000

Michael Vanni

National Science Foundation

LTREB Renewal: Response of a Reservoir Ecosystem to Declining Subsides of Nutrients and Detritus | $95,517

Michael Vanni

National Science Foundation

NSF Intergovernmental Personnel Act (IPA) | $223,316

Hayden-McNeil Publishing, Inc.

Gene P. Williamson Herbarium Fund | $4,326

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$31,521 $185,438

$5,794 $307,063

$500 $5,794 $92,000 $31,521 $223,316 $4,326

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FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

CENTER FOR CHEMISTRY EDUCATION

PI funding $64,694

Susan Gertz

Ohio Department of Higher Education

Writing and Inquiry Stories to Explore Science II (WISE Science II) | $96,558

$39,589

Susan Hershberger

Ohio Department of Higher Education

Writing and Inquiry Stories to Explore Science II (WISE Science II) | $96,558

$25,105

CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY

$1,293,536

Michael Crowder

University of Texas at Austin

Developing Metallo-Beata-Lactamase Inhibitors | $177,059

Michael Kennedy

BASF Corp.

Sample Analysis | $9,628

Michael Kennedy

BASF Corp.

Sample Analysis | $431,302

Michael Kennedy

BASF Corp.

Sample Analysis | $51,732

$51,732

Michael Kennedy

BASF Corp.

Sample Analysis | $96,829

$96,829

Michael Kennedy

Ohio University

NMR Analysis of Human Milk | $14,000

$14,000

Michael Kennedy

Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center

Receptors of Rotavirus | $122,913

$122,913

Michael Kennedy

HawksNest crowdfunding

HAWKSNEST: Forecasting Pancreatic Cancer Before it Happens | $10,920

$10,920

Richard Page

University of Texas at Austin

Developing Metallo-Beata-Lactamase Inhibitors | $177,059

$58,429

Richard Page

National Science Foundation

CAREER: Protein Quality Control at the Membrane | $180,367

Andre Sommer

Various

Yearly Summary: Research in the Molecular Microspectroscopy Lab (MML) | $67,264

$67,264

Richard Taylor

Celsus Laboratories, Inc.

Spectral Studies of Complex Carbohydrates | $35,922

$35,922

Richard Taylor

Celsus Laboratories, Inc.

A Strategy for Preparing Conjugates of Complex Carbohydrates | $29,688

$29,688

David Tierney

University of Texas at Austin

Developing Metallo-Beata-Lactamase Inhibitors | $177,059

$58,429

Ellen Yezierski

National Science Foundation

Miami University Robert Noyce Scholars Program | $659,125

$65,913

$60,200 $9,628 $431,302

ENGLISH

$180,367

$449,200

James Bromley

Folger Shakespeare Library

Style, Subjectivity, and Male Sexuality in Early Modern English Drama | $50,000

$50,000

LuMing Mao

University of Louisville

Comparative Rhetoric: The Art of Recontextualization | $65,000

$65,000

Timothy Melley

National Endowment for the Humanities

Miami University Humanities Center NEH Challenge Grant Application | $29,793

$29,793

Timothy Melley

National Endowment for the Humanities

Miami University Humanities Center NEH Challenge Grant Application | $123,796

$123,796

Timothy Melley

National Endowment for the Humanities

Miami University Humanities Center NEH Challenge Grant Application | $26,625

$26,625

Michele Navakas

The Library Company of Philadelphia

Animated Stones: Coral, Personhood, and Early American Literature | $2,000

$2,000

Michele Navakas

National Endowment for the Humanities

Coral in Early American Literature, Science, and Culture | $50,400

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$50,400

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FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

Michele Navakas

John Carter Brown Library

Animated Stones: Coral, Personhood, and Early American Literature | $4,200

$4,200

Michele Navakas

Newberry Library

Animated Stones: Coral, Personhood, and Early American Literature | $2,500

$2,500

Beth Rimer

National Writing Project

2016-2017 NWP SEED Professional Development in a High-Need School | $21,000

$21,000

Beth Rimer

National Writing Project

2016-2017 NWP SEED Professional Development in a High-Need School | $20,000

$20,000

Beth Rimer

National Writing Project

Agreement # BRimer-NWP 2016 | $33,886

$33,886

Beth Rimer

National Writing Project

2017 i3 Scale-up College-Ready Writers Program 2017-18 Advanced Institute | $20,000

$20,000

ENGLISH continued

GEOGRAPHY

$115,360

Robbyn Abbitt

Butler County Board of Developmental Disabilities

GIS Mapping and Analysis for Butler County Board of Developmental Disabilities | $4,000

Amelie Davis

US Department of Agriculture

CRP Land Management and Pollinator Health | $28,000

$28,000

Amelie Davis

US Geological Survey

Using Landscape-Scale Spatial Models to Identify Habitat for Restoration and Reintroduction of Imperiled Flatwoods Salamanders | $28,825

$28,825

William Renwick

National Science Foundation

LTREB Renewal: Response of a Reservoir Ecosystem to Declining Subsides of Nutrients and Detritus | $95,517

$32,476

William Renwick

National Science Foundation

LTREB Renewal: Response of a Reservoir Ecosystem to Declining Subsides of Nutrients and Detritus | $6,669

$6,669

William Renwick

National Science Foundation

Does a Large Detritus Pool Enhance Ecosystem Resilience in Response to an Episodic Perturbation? | $15,390

GEOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL EARTH SCIENCE

$4,000

$15,390 $1,346,152

Michael Brudzinski

US Geological Survey

Improved Characterization of Slow Slip in Cascadia by Stacking GPS on Tremor Times: Collaborative Research with University of Alaska-Fairbanks and Miami University | $19,030

Brian Currie

LMKR Resources, Inc.

Industry Geophysical Software for Teaching and Research | $948,751

Hailiang Dong

National Science Foundation

PIRE: Toward a Holistic and Global Understanding of Hot Springs Ecosystems: A US-China based International Collaboration | $87,301

Jonathan Levy

Butler County Storm Water District

Butler County Stream Team | $8,742

$8,742

Jonathan Levy

Butler County Storm Water District

Butler County Stream Team | $2,242

$2,242

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$19,030

$948,751

$87,301

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FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

GEOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL EARTH SCIENCE continued Jonathan Levy

Claire McLeod

John Rakovan

Carrie Tyler

Carrie Tyler

Butler County Storm Water District

Butler County Stream Team | $7,650

University of Houston

The Search for Nebular Heterogeneity and the Compositions of Terrestrial Planetary Materials Using Nd, Sm and Os Isotopes | $18,398

The Collector's Edge Minerals, Inc.

Structural, Chemical, and Textural Evaluation of Natural and Synthetic Wire Silver: Understanding the Mechanisms of Wire Formation and Authentication of Natural Specimens | $70,000

$70,000

National Science Foundation

Collaborative Research: The Evolutionary Significance of Biotic Interactions: A Comparative Study utilizing Echinoid Associated Traces | $112,573

$112,573

National Science Foundation

Collaborative Research: Mesozoic Tethyan Paleocommunity Dynamics: Modelling Complexity and Stability During Times of Biotic Escalation and Community Restructuring | $70,240

$70,240

Anadarko Petroleum Corp.

Rocky Mountain Petroleum Geology Research Fund | $1,000

$1,000

Chevron Corp.

Rocky Mountain Petroleum Geology Research Fund | $25

$25

Chevron Corp.

Rocky Mountain Petroleum Geology Research Fund | $25

$25

Chevron Corp.

Rocky Mountain Petroleum Geology Research Fund | $25

$25

Chevron Corp.

Rocky Mountain Petroleum Geology Research Fund | $25

$25

Chevron Corp.

Rocky Mountain Petroleum Geology Research Fund | $25

$25

Chevron Corp.

Rocky Mountain Petroleum Geology Research Fund | $25

$25

Chevron Corp.

Rocky Mountain Petroleum Geology Research Fund | $25

$25

Chevron Corp.

Rocky Mountain Petroleum Geology Research Fund | $25

$25

Chevron Corp.

Rocky Mountain Petroleum Geology Research Fund | $25

$25

HISTORY

$18,398

$76,600

Marguerite Shaffer

US Department of Agriculture

Educating from the Ground Up: Promoting Integrated and Experiential Learning for Resilient Food Systems at Miami University | $150,000

Marguerite Shaffer

Oxford Community Foundation

Building Capacity for Local Food: An Oxford-Miami Partnership Project | $1,600

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$7,650

$75,000

$1,600

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FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

HUMANITIES CENTER

PI funding $69,000

John W. Altman Charitable Foundation

NEH Humanities Center Challenge Grant Account | $10,000

$10,000

General Electric Company

NEH Humanities Center Challenge Grant Account | $25,000

$25,000

Columbus Foundation

NEH Humanities Center Challenge Grant Account | $9,000

$9,000

Gulf Coast Community Foundation, Inc.

NEH Humanities Center Challenge Grant Account | $25,000

$25,000

INSTITUTE FOR THE ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY

$75,358

Jonathan Levy

AMEC Environment & Infrastructure, Inc.

Operation of the US EPA Dry Deposition Network Station at Miami University | $4,758

Jonathan Levy

Ohio Public Works Commission

OPWC Infrastructure Financing Program: District #10 Public Works Integrating Committee | $65,000

The Graham Edwin & Sharon Janosik Mitchell Foundation

Institute of Environment and Sustainability | $5,000

$5,000

Schwab Charitable Fund

Institute of Environment and Sustainability | $100

$100

Battelle & Battelle LLP

Institute of Environment and Sustainability | $500

$500

Simons Foundation

Stability of Localized Patterns in the Presence of Conservation Laws | $42,000

MATHEMATICS Alexandru Alin Pogan

$4,758 $65,000

$42,000

MICROBIOLOGY

$42,000 $49,519

Natosha Finley

US Department of Agriculture

Using NMR Metabolomics to Examine the Role of Anaerobic Soil Disinfection in Promoting Disease Resistance in Vegetable Crops | $30,000

Andor Kiss

Science Exchange, Inc.

Outside Contract Work/ CBFG | $3,458

$3,458

Andor Kiss

Science Exchange, Inc.

Outside Contract Work/ CBFG | $4,395

$4,395

Andor Kiss

Science Exchange, Inc.

Outside Contract Work/ CBFG | $3,468

$3,468

Andor Kiss

Science Exchange, Inc.

Outside Contract Work/ CBFG | $2,902

$2,902

Central Florida Fdn., Inc.

Orton K. Stark Microbiology Award | $5,297

$5,297

Burcin Bayram

National Science Foundation

Time-Resolved Spectroscopic Study of Diatomic Molecular Sodium | $111,277

$111,277

Jennifer Blue

Ohio Department of Higher Education

Writing and Inquiry Stories to Explore Science II (WISE Science II) | $96,558

$14,484

Jennifer Blue

National Science Foundation

Miami University Robert Noyce Scholars Program | $659,125

$65,913

PHYSICS

$191,673

POLITICAL SCIENCE Mark Morris

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$30,000

$15,000 City of Springboro

Assessing City Services: Community Satisfaction Survey City of Springboro, Warren County | $15,000

$13,500

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FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

POLITICAL SCIENCE continued Philip Russo

City of Springboro

Assessing City Services: Community Satisfaction Survey City of Springboro, Warren County | $15,000

PSYCHOLOGY

$1,500 $939,362

Erin Eakin

Ohio Department of Mental Health

Hosting 2017 OPEC Conference | $100,000

$50,000

Erin Eakin

Butler County Family and Children First Council

Butler County Family and Children First Council System of Care Digital Training Grant | $25,748

$24,460

Paul Flaspohler

Interact for Health

Evaluation of Core Life | $25,000

$25,000

Paul Flaspohler

Interact for Health

Evaluation of Core Life | $26,000

$26,000

Paul Flaspohler

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Evaluation of Agewell | $99,996

$49,998

Paul Flaspohler

HawksNest crowdfunding

HAWKSNEST: Suicide Prevention in American High Schools: Does Policy Become Practice? | $1,325

$1,325

Jennifer Green

Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center

Children's Hospital Traineeships (Center ADHD & LEND) | $11,316

$11,316

Jennifer Green

Central Clinic

Central Clinic Clinical Traineeship 2017-18 | $9,880

$9,880

Jennifer Green

Community Mental Health Center

Community Mental Health Clinical Traineeship Green 2017-18 | $26,000

$26,000

Jennifer Green

Lindner Center of Hope

Lindner Center Clinical Traineeship - Green (2017-18) | $40,560

$40,560

Jennifer Green

Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center

CCHMC, Center for ADHD Clinical Traineeship 2017-18 | $16,000

$16,000

Jennifer Green

University of Cincinnati

UC Psychiatry Pediatric Bipolar Research Clinical Traineeship 2017-18 | $13,000

$13,000

Alexandria Intorcio

Butler County Educational Service Center

The Butler County Parent Project Evaluation | $4,200

Joshua Magee

National Institutes of Health

Text Message Support to Prevent Smoking Relapse in Community Treatment Settings | $181,573

$181,573

Dawna Meehan

Ohio Department of Education

Making Ohio AWARE: Building Statewide Mental Health First Aid Capacity | $115,113

$57,556

Dawna Meehan

Ohio Department of Education

Making Ohio AWARE: Building Statewide Mental Health First Aid Capacity | $343,818

Dawna Meehan

Ohio Department of Education

Positive Transformations for Ohio Schools: Building Statewide Positive Supports | $36,373

$18,186

Dawna Meehan

Ohio Department of Education

Positive Transformations for Ohio Schools: Building Statewide Positive Supports | $115,853

$57,927

Dawna Meehan

Butler County Educational Service Center

The Butler County Parent Project Evaluation | $4,200

$2,100

Dawna Meehan

Mayerson Academy

Evaluation of Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Professional Development Project | $1,604

$1,604

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$2,100

$171,909

ANNUAL REPORT 2017


FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

Dawna Meehan

Ohio Department of Mental Health

Hosting 2017 OPEC Conference | $100,000

Dawna Meehan

Butler County Family and Children First Council

Butler County Family and Children First Council System of Care Digital Training Grant | $25,748

$1,287

Dawna Meehan

Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation

Audit of School & Community Mental Health Services for the Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation | $7,380

$7,380

James Smart

HawksNest crowdfunding

HAWKSNEST: Real Time Prediction of Motion Sickness in Virtual Environments Balance | $200

April Smith

Denver Research Institute

Examining Objective Interoception as a Novel Prospective Predictor of SelfInjurious Behaviors | $2,000

April Smith

National Science Foundation

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships | $92,000

PSYCHOLOGY continued

SPEECH PATHOLOGY AND AUDIOLOGY

$50,000

$200

$2,000 $92,000 $10,785

Susan Brehm

Maple Knoll Communities, Inc.

Speech Pathology and Audiology Services at the Knolls of Oxford | $785

Kelly Knollman-Porter

American Speech-Language Hearing Association

2017 Advancing Academic-Research Career (AARC) Award | $5,000

$5,000

Aaron Shield

American Speech-Language Hearing Association

Advancing Academic Research Careers Award | $5,000

$5,000

STATISTICS

$785

$201,402

A. John Bailer

American Statistical Association

ASA-Miami U Sponsorship Agreement for Stats+Stories, a Podcast / Webcast that Addresses the Story Behind the Statistics and the Statistics Behind the Stories | $28,500

A. John Bailer

Pacific EcoRisk, Inc.

Agreement with Pacific EcoRisk Michael Hughes | $2,608

A. John Bailer

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

Risk Assessment Methods for Occupational Health | $27,071

Michael Hughes

Pacific EcoRisk, Inc.

Agreement with Pacific EcoRisk Michael Hughes | $2,608

Jing Zhang

Procter & Gamble Company

Industry-Sponsored GA in Statistics I, 2016-2017 | $28,425

$28,425

Jing Zhang

Procter & Gamble Company

Industry-Sponsored GA in Statistics II, 20162017 | $28,425

$28,425

Jing Zhang

Procter & Gamble Company

Industry-Sponsored GA in Statistics III, 2016-17 | $28,425

$28,425

Jing Zhang

Procter & Gamble Company

Industry-Sponsored GA in Statistics I, 2017-2018 | $28,974

$28,974

Jing Zhang

Procter & Gamble Company

Industry-Sponsored GA in Statistics II, 20172018 | $28,974

$28,974

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$28,500

$1,304 $27,071 $1,304

ANNUAL REPORT 2017


FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

COLLEGE OF CREATIVE ARTS

$851,989

ADMINISTRATION

$30,000

The Holzberger Family Humanitarian Fdn., Inc.

Holzberger Fashion Design Studio Fund | $30,000

ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN Bennett Jacks

$15,000

Ohio Humanities Council

Austin-Magie Farm and Mill District, Oxford, Ohio: Digital Humanities Map & Learning Resources | $15,000

Oxford Community Foundation

Putting Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) into Active Transportation in Oxford | $3,000

Thomas W. Smith Foundation

Smith Expendable Sculpture Fund | $275,000

ART Rodney Northcutt

PEO Sisterhood Chapter DC

Art Museum Operation Fund | $50

Chevron Corp.

Art Museum Operation Fund | $1,000

Brookville Elementary School

Art Museum Operation Fund | $75

$1,000 $75 $108,905

Wright State University

Effects of Virtual Reality Simulation on Worker Emergency Evacuation of Neonates | $46,325

$46,325

National Science Foundation

Realistic Navigation in the Third Dimension Using Low Cost, Portable, Wearable Immersive Virtual Environment Systems | $125,160

$62,580 $398,500

William E. Schmidt Foundation

Schmidt Summer Vocal Institute Fund | $25,000

$25,000

William E. Schmidt Foundation

Schmidt Youth Vocal Music Competition Fund | $112,000

$112,000

William E. Schmidt Foundation

Schmidt Youth Vocal Music Competition Fund | $112,000

$112,000

William E. Schmidt Foundation

Schmidt Youth Vocal Music Competition Fund | $112,000

$112,000

Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Virginia Pearce Glick Young Musicians Program | $37,500

Ohio Arts Council

Ohio Arts Council Sustainability | $21,959

PERFORMING ARTS SERIES

$37,500 $21,959

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, HEALTH, AND SOCIETY

Ohio Department of Higher Education

$21,959 $1,726,615

ADMINISTRATION

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$275,000

$50

MUSIC

Patti Liberatore

$1,500

$1,125

CENTER FOR INTERACTIVE MEDIA STUDIES

Eric Hodgson

$15,000 $276,500

ART MUSEUM

Eric Hodgson

$30,000

$4,600 Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) Scholarship | $4,600

$4,600

ANNUAL REPORT 2017


FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

DISCOVERY CENTER FOR EVALUATION, RESEARCH, AND PROFESSIONAL LEARNING

$578,724

Sarah Woodruff

The Ohio State University

Evaluation of Collaborative Applications in Mathematics Pedagogy (at OSU) | $15,999

Sarah Woodruff

University at Buffalo

Evaluation of Geotechnology Experiences for Students and Teachers (GTEST) | $90,000

Sarah Woodruff

Montgomery County Department of Human Services

Evaluation of Taking off to Success (TOTS) 17 | $14,980

$14,980

Sarah Woodruff

Butler County Health Department

Evaluation of Butler County Health Department's Transportation Service Providers | $11,600

$11,600

Sarah Woodruff

Butler County Health Department

Evaluation of the Butler County Health Department's Maternal and Child Health Programs | $40,000

$40,000

Sarah Woodruff

Dayton Board of Education

Evaluation of Dayton Public Schools' Teaching and Learning | $24,454

$24,454

Sarah Woodruff

Warren County Educational Service Center

Warren Country Educational Service Center LEAl Evaluation | $4,000

$4,000

Sarah Woodruff

Purdue University

Building and Broadening Understanding of Engineering Practices Among Elementary Presevice Teachers | $157,659

$157,659

Sarah Woodruff

Ohio Department of Education

Ohio Education Research Center Educator Supply and Demand Study | $23,969

$23,969

Sarah Woodruff

Dayton Board of Education

Evaluation of Dayton Public Schools' Support for Students | $24,454

$24,454

Sarah Woodruff

University of Cincinnati

Evaluation of Leadership, Empowerment, and Advancement for STEM Women Faculty (LEAF) at UC | $58,922

$58,922

Sarah Woodruff

SUNY - Buffalo

Evaluation of Biology with X-Ray Lasers | $100,608

$100,608

Ashland University

Evaluation of Science Scholars Program: Opening the Science Career Pipeline Through Enhanced Engagement and Support | $12,079

Sarah Woodruff EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP

$15,999 $90,000

$12,079 $52,858

Kathleen Goodman

National Association of Student Personnel Administrators

Exploring Critical Whiteness Studies in Student Affairs Graduate Programs | $500

$500

Andrew Saultz

The Fordham Foundation

Who Can Choose? Charter School Access, Poverty, and Race | $52,358

$52,358

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

$369,609

Amity Noltemeyer

Ohio Department of Education

Making Ohio AWARE: Building Statewide Mental Health First Aid Capacity | $115,113

Amity Noltemeyer

Ohio Department of Education

Making Ohio AWARE: Building Statewide Mental Health First Aid Capacity | $343,818

Amity Noltemeyer

Ohio Department of Education

Positive Transformations for Ohio Schools: Building Statewide Positive Supports | $36,373

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$57,556 $171,909 $18,186

ANNUAL REPORT 2017


FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY continued Amity Noltemeyer

Ohio Department of Education

Positive Transformations for Ohio Schools: Building Statewide Positive Supports | $115,853

$57,927

Amity Noltemeyer

Butler County Educational Service Center

Evaluation of the Bulter and Preble County Head Start Programs: 2015-16 | $10,000

$3,300

Amity Noltemeyer

Butler County Educational Service Center

Evaluation of the Butler County Success Program: Year 12 | $18,000

$5,400

Aimin Wang

US Department of State

Miami University - Sanya University American Cultural Center | $98,661

$49,331

Michael Woodin

Talawanda School District

Graduate Assistant in ESL Program at Talawanda Schools | $6,000

$6,000

FAMILY STUDIES AND SOCIAL WORK

$41,900

Kevin Bush

Butler County Educational Service Center

Evaluation of the Bulter and Preble County Head Start Programs: 2015-16 | $10,000

$3,300

Kevin Bush

Butler County Educational Service Center

Evaluation of the Butler County Success Program: Year 12 | $18,000

$1,800

Kevin Bush

Butler County Educational Service Center

Evaluation of the 2016-2017 Preble County Success Program | $18,000

$4,500

Anthony James

Butler County Educational Service Center

Evaluation of the Bulter and Preble County Head Start Programs: 2015-16 | $10,000

$3,400

Anthony James

Butler County Educational Service Center

Evaluation of the Butler County (OH) Kinship Navigator ProgramYear 7 (2016-2017) | $4,600

$4,600

Anthony James

Butler County Educational Service Center

Evaluation of the Butler County Success Program: Year 12 | $18,000

$10,800

Anthony James

Butler County Educational Service Center

Evaluation of the 2016-2017 Preble County Success Program | $18,000

$13,500

Oxford Community Foundation

Putting Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) into Active Transportation in Oxford | $3,000

Nazan Bautista

National Science Foundation

Miami University Robert Noyce Scholars Program | $659,125

Lena Lee

PNC Foundation

Low Income Preschool Enhancement (LIPE) Project in Butler County: Miami Partnership with Community | $42,500

$42,500

Lena Lee

PNC Foundation

PNC Early Childhood Education Initiative | $42,500

$42,500

Thomas Misco

US Department of State

Miami University - Sanya University American Cultural Center | $98,661

Tammy Schwartz

Ohio Department of Higher Education

Writing and Inquiry Stories to Explore Science II (WISE Science II) | $96,558

Tammy Schwartz

National Science Foundation

Miami University Robert Noyce Scholars Program | $659,125

$230,694

Tammy Schwartz

Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund

Hasteadt-Fenger Family Urban Teaching Suppport Fund Expendable | $5,000

$5,000

KINESIOLOGY AND HEALTH Helaine Alessio

$1,500

TEACHER EDUCATION

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$1,500 $677,424 $230,694

$49,331 $5,794

ANNUAL REPORT 2017


FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

TEACHER EDUCATION continued Tammy Schwartz

Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund

Hastedt-Fenger Family Urban Teaching Support Fund | $5,000

$5,000

Jeffrey Wanko

National Science Foundation

Miami University Robert Noyce Scholars Program | $659,125

$65,913

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTING

$1,214,371

ADMINISTRATION

$255,750

Douglas Troy

Suncorp Corporate Services

Agile Academy, Continuation for Two Additional Years | $50,000

Butler Rural Electric

CEC Student Capstone Projects | $2,500

$2,500

Swagelok Foundation

CEC Student Capstone Projects | $2,500

$2,500

The Seattle Foundation

CEC Study Abroad Scholarship | $20,000

Messer Construction Company

College of Engineering and Computing Lockheed Martin Leadership Institute | $750

Lockheed Martin Corp.

College of Engineering and Computing Lockheed Martin Leadership Institute | $180,000

CHEMICAL, PAPER, AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

$50,000

$20,000 $750 $180,000 $249,242

Catherine Almquist

US Environmental Protection Agency

Keratin-based Adsorbent Incorporated Into Sand Filters: A Sustainable Drinking Water System | $13,939

Jason Berberich

Procter & Gamble Company

Stability and Catalytic Properties of Crosslinked Cold-Active Lipase | $47,502

$47,502

D. Steven Keller

Georgia- Pacific Corp.

Developing Mapping Methods for Creped Papers: Imaging the Local Absorption of Liquids and Development of 3D Structural Analysis | $63,671

$63,671

Lei Kerr

Beagle Freedom Prize

Development of An Artificial Nose for the Study of Nanomaterials Deposition in Nasal Olfactory Region | $50,000

Lei Kerr

Dayton Area Graduate Studies Institute

Development of Portable Respiratory Device for Field Toxicity Study | $44,130

Jessica Sparks

University of Southern California

An Integrative Computational and Bioengineered Tissue Model of Metastasis | $30,000

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

$13,939

$50,000 $44,130 $30,000 $476,536

Eric Bachmann

National Science Foundation

Realistic Navigation in the Third Dimension Using Low Cost, Portable, Wearable Immersive Virtual Environment Systems | $125,160

$62,580

John Femiani

Arizona State University

3D LIDAR Data Fusion and Feature Extraction | $55,806

$55,806

James Kiper

The Ohio State University

Ohio LSAMP Consortium | $84,900

$42,450

James Kiper

The Ohio State University

Ohio LSAMP Consortium | $4,000

$2,000

National Science Foundation

Collaborative Research: Engaged Student Learning - Design and Development Level II: Using a Cyberlegarning Environment to Improve Student Learning and Engagement in Software Courses | $127,286

James Kiper

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$127,286

ANNUAL REPORT 2017


FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND SOFTWARE ENGINEERING continued Jianhui Yue

National Science Foundation

Improving the Reliability of In-Memory Storage | $186,414

ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING

$186,414 $75,498

Chi-Hao Cheng

MacAulay-Brown, Inc.

Electronic Warfare Receiver Design in Co-Channel Low SNR Environments | $47,498

$47,498

Sudhir Shrestha

Indiana University-Purdue University Indiana (IUPUI)

SCH: EXP: Canine-Inspired Smart Sensor for Detecting Hypoglycemia from Human Breath | $28,000

$28,000

MECHANICAL AND MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING

$157,345

Jeong-Hoi Koo

Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science

Application of Magneto-Rheological Elastomers for Stiffness-Tunable Artificial Skins | $28,433

Karl Reiff

General Dynamics Information Technology

Manufacturing Workshop for AFRL/ ManTech | $25,711

Kumar Singh

Dayton Area Graduate Studies Institute

Reliable Fabrication and Testing of 3D Printed High Aspect Ratio Wings for Aeroservoelastic Optimization and Control Studies | $44,100

$44,100

Andrew Sommers

Totes Isotoner

Product Testing for Totes-Isotoner | $1,000

$1,000

Andrew Sommers

Universal Techology Corp.

Research and Development of Advanced Propulsion-Driven Technologies | $14,200

$4,970

Andrew Sommers

Dayton Area Graduate Studies Institute

Modeling the Heat Transfer Performance of an Aero Engine Recuperator with Design Optimization Capabilities (Part 2) | $13,682

$13,682

James VanKuren

Universal Techology Corp.

Research and Development of Advanced Propulsion-Driven Technologies | $14,200

$9,230

Zhijiang Ye

University of California Merced

Collaborative Research: Temperature Dependence of Atomic Scale Friction | $17,219

$17,219

MTD Products

Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering Student Capstone Mini Baja Project | $10,000

$10,000

Dayton Foundation Depository, Inc.

Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering Student Capstone Mini Baja Project | $10,000

$3,000

$28,433 $25,711

FARMER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

$328,411

ACCOUNTING

$121,089

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United Way of Central Ohio

EY Support Fund | $6,300

$6,300

United Way of Greater Atlanta

EY Support Fund | $1,839

$1,839

United Way of Greater Atlanta

EY Support Fund | $905

$905

United Way Orange County

EY Support Fund | $3,000

$3,000

Schwab Charitable Fund

EY Support Fund | $10,000

$10,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100 ANNUAL REPORT 2017


FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $2,000

$2,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $2,000

$2,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $6,300

$6,300

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $1,250

$1,250

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $1,700

$1,700

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $3,000

$3,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $1,313

$1,313

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $5,150

$5,150

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $2,000

$2,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $150

$150

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $200

$200

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $692

$692

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $500

$500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $50

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $1,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $50

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $2,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $50

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $200

$200

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $50

$50

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $150

$150

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $300

$300

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $10,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $1,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $300

$300

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

ACCOUNTING continued

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$100

$50 $1,000 $50 $2,000 $50

$10,000 $1,000

ANNUAL REPORT 2017


FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $3,500

$3,500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $5,000

$5,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $1,000

$1,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $5,000

$5,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $5,000

$5,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $2,000

$2,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $1,000

$1,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $1,000

$1,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $1,500

$1,500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $4,500

$4,500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $3,000

$3,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $2,500

$2,500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $1,000

$1,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $1,000

$1,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $2,000

United Way of Greater Atlanta

EY Support Fund | $72

$72

United Way of Greater Atlanta

EY Support Fund | $134

$134

United Way of Greater Atlanta

EY Support Fund | $167

$167

United Way of Greater Atlanta

EY Support Fund | $292

$292

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $10,000

$10,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $5,000

$5,000

ACCOUNTING continued

$500

$500

$2,000

ADMINISTRATION

$18,000

Vigran Family Foundation, Inc.

Vigran Family Fund for Social Entrepreneurship - Expendable | $4,000

$4,000

Luxottica Retail

Cincinnati Immersion Week Fund  | $3,000

$3,000

Macy & Company, Inc.

Cincinnati Immersion Week Fund  | $3,000

$3,000

Procter & Gamble Company

Cincinnati Immersion Week Fund  | $3,000

$3,000

PricewaterhouseCoopers

Make it Miami 3-2-1 Program | $5,000

CENTER FOR ANALYTICS AND DATA SCIENCE

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$5,000 $85,667

Allstate Insurance Company

Center for Analytics and Data Science Gift Fund | $25,000

$25,000

Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Center for Analytics and Data Science Gift Fund | $10,000

$10,000

ANNUAL REPORT 2017


FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

CENTER FOR ANALYTICS AND DATA SCIENCE continued Cardinal Health, Inc.

Center for Analytics and Data Science Gift Fund | $25,000

$25,000

International Business Machines Corp.

Center for Analytics and Data Science Gift Fund | $25,000

$25,000

American Statistical Association

Center for Analytics and Data Science Gift Fund | $667

$667

CENTER FOR BUSINESS EXCELLENCE Huntington Bancshares, Inc.

$25,000 Center for Business Excellence-Duke Energy Case Competition | $25,000

CENTER FOR BUSINESS LEADERSHIP

$25,000 $8,254

Western & Southern Financial Group

William Isaac and Michael Oxley Center for Business Leadership Fund | $5,000

$5,000

Truist

William Isaac and Michael Oxley Center for Business Leadership Fund | $19

$19

Truist

William Isaac and Michael Oxley Center for Business Leadership Fund | $19

$19

Truist

William Isaac and Michael Oxley Center for Business Leadership Fund | $19

$19

Truist

William Isaac and Michael Oxley Center for Business Leadership Fund | $19

$19

Deloitte Foundation

William Isaac and Michael Oxley Center for Business Leadership Fund | $500

$500

Truist

William Isaac and Michael Oxley Center for Business Leadership Fund | $19

$19

Truist

William Isaac and Michael Oxley Center for Business Leadership Fund | $19

$19

Truist

William Isaac and Michael Oxley Center for Business Leadership Fund | $19

$19

Truist

William Isaac and Michael Oxley Center for Business Leadership Fund | $19

$19

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation, Inc.

William Isaac and Michael Oxley Center for Business Leadership Fund | $50

$50

Textron, Inc.

William Isaac and Michael Oxley Center for Business Leadership Fund | $2,500

$2,500

KPMG LLP

William Isaac and Michael Oxley Center for Business Leadership Fund | $50

$50

INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND ANALYTICS

$10,601

Jean-Paul Baldwin

Paccar Corp.

Paccar/Miami University Center for Analytics and Data Science Scheduling Analysis | $5,351

Lady Farmer

HealthSouth Corp.

HealthSouth/Miami University Text Analysis of Medicare Claims Denials | $5,250

Lady Farmer

Paccar Corp.

Paccar/Miami University Center for Analytics and Data Science Scheduling Analysis | $5,351

$1,819

Waldyn Martinez

Paccar Corp.

Paccar/Miami University Center for Analytics and Data Science Scheduling Analysis | $5,351

$1,766

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$1,766 $5,250

ANNUAL REPORT 2017


FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

Neil Brigden

Marketing Science Institute

Experiencing Problems: How Product Malfunctions and Consumers' Corrective Action Drive Consumption Enjoyment | $9,800

Arthur Jack

Textron Aviation, Inc.

Strategy Works - Fall 2016 - Textron Aviation | $35,000

$35,000

Arthur Jack

AAA/Bob Sumerel Tire and Service

Strategy Works - Spring 2017 - AAA/Bob Sumerel Tire & Service | $15,000

$15,000

MARKETING

$59,800

HAMILTON CAMPUS

$940,283

ADMINISTRATION Traci Anderson

$9,800

US Department of Education

$94,525 Miami University: CCAMPIS Scholarships for Low Income Undergraduate Students on Three Campuses | $94,525

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

$94,525 $134,323

David Berg

West Texas A&M University

DNA sequencing of freshwater snails | $6,321

David Berg

Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

Continued Funding for Conservation Genetics of Lampsilis powellii | $20,000

$20,000

David Berg

US Fish and Wildlife Service

Conservation Genetics of the Orange-Foot Pimpleback (Plethobasus Cooperianus) | $50,000

$50,000

The Ohio State University

Alternative Routes of Gut Microbial Methylamine Metabolism That May Limit Trimethylamine N-oxide, a Trigger for Atherosclerosis | $58,002

$58,002

Donald Ferguson

CORPORATE AND COMMUNITY INSTITUTE

$6,321

$276,942

Patricia McNab

Lakota Local School District

Lakota School System - Executive Overview of | $14,800

Patricia McNab

Hydro Systems

Hydro DiSC Assessments FY17 | $2,047

Patricia McNab

Vantiv Corp.

Vantiv - consulting/coaching - Joy Whinery | $39,000

Patricia McNab

Kutol Products

Kutol Lean Manufacturing - 5S Training | $1,385

$1,385

Patricia McNab

City of Kettering

Lean Kaizen-New Hire IT Process | $7,275

$7,275

Patricia McNab

The Kleingers Group

Kleingers Group - Clearing the Clutter | $1,725

$1,725

Patricia McNab

Vantiv Corp.

Consulting/coaching retainer | $156,000

Patricia McNab

Graphel Corp.

Graphel-Principles of a Productive Environment | $5,000

Patricia McNab

Vantiv Corp.

Consulting/coaching - Vanessa Barker | $39,000

$39,000

Patricia McNab

Cincinnati Therma Spray

CTS-Leadership Development Phase I | $10,710

$10,710

$14,800

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National Science Foundation

$39,000

$156,000 $5,000

MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES Mark Krekeler

$2,047

$4,520 Collaborative Research: ACACIA: Ancient Climate and the Authigenic Clay Index of Aridity | $4,520

$4,520

ANNUAL REPORT 2017


FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

REGIONAL STUDENT SERVICES Suesann Sepela Suesann Sepela

$429,973

US Department of Education

ED Sepela Upward Bound | $256,996

$256,996

US Department of Education

Miami University Regional Campuses Student Support Services Program | $172,977

$172,977

MIDDLETOWN CAMPUS

$570,500

ADMINISTRATION LCNB National Bank

$15,000 Armin J. Fleck Fund at Miami University Middletown | $15,000

APPLIED RESEARCH CENTER

$15,000 $550,500

Robert Seufert

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Ohio Department of Public Safety FFY17-Observation Study | $240,000

$240,000

Robert Seufert

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

ODPS Telephone Survey of Seat Belt Use, Alcohol-Impaired and Distracted Driving FFY17 | $240,000

$240,000

Robert Seufert

Ohio Department of Education

Healthy Visions Mentoring Program Evaluations FY2017 | $8,000

Robert Seufert

Administration for Children and Families

Healthy Visions SRAE Grant Evaluation 2016-2019 | $24,000

$24,000

Robert Seufert

Elizabeth's New Life Center

Elizabeth's New Life Center SRAE Grant Evaluation 2016-2019 | $36,000

$36,000

Robert Seufert

Relationships Under Construction

Relationships Under Construction-Dumas, Texas Evaluation 2017-18 | $2,500

SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES Robert Seufert

Social Capital Valuations, LLC

$2,500 $5,000

Social Capital Valuations, LLC 2017-18 Seufert | $5,000

OTHER OFFICES

$5,000 $2,169,717

ADMISSION Lindsey Holden

$8,000

$14,500 Scioto County Area Foundation

Miami University Summer Scholars Program | $14,500

$14,500

CENTER FOR CAREER EXPLORATION AND SUCCESS

$59,616

Lesley Pihlajamaki

$59,616

University of Cincinnati

OMIC 3 | $59,616

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND SERVICE Christie Zwahlen

Andrew Goodman Foundation

$1,000

Vote Everywhere | $1,000

$1,000

GLOBAL INITIATIVES

$116,676

Jacqueline Rioja Velarde

Oxford Community Foundation

UniDiversity Latin American and Caribbean Festival | $1,500

Cheryl Young

Office of Chinese Language Council International

Confucius Institute at Miami to Create Chinese Language and Cultural Opportunities | $20,176

$20,176

Cheryl Young

Office of Chinese Language Council International

Confucius Institute at Miami to Create Chinese Language and Cultural Opportunities | $65,000

$65,000

Cheryl Young

Office of Chinese Language Council International

Confucius Classroom | $30,000

$30,000

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$1,500

ANNUAL REPORT 2017


FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

$334,320

Elizabeth Bath

Mid-American Conference

NCAA Special Assistance Fund | $41,505

Elizabeth Bath

Mid-American Conference

NCAA Student-Athlete Opportunity Fund | $292,815

Kohl's

Career Partners Program | $5,000

$5,000

David J. Joseph Company

Career Partners Program | $15,000

$15,000

Aldi Inc

Career Partners Program | $5,000

$5,000

Corporate Executive Board

Career Partners Program | $5,000

$5,000

Abercrombie & Fitch Co.

Career Partners Program | $10,000

$10,000

Capital One Services, Inc.

Career Partners Program | $5,000

$5,000

Capital One Services, Inc.

Career Partners Program | $3,000

$3,000

Capital One Services, Inc.

Career Partners Program | $2,000

$2,000

Key Bank

Career Partners Program | $5,000

$5,000

E & J Gallo Winery

Career Partners Program | $5,000

$5,000

IGS Energy

Career Partners Program | $5,000

$5,000

Crowe Horwath LLP

Career Partners Program | $10,000

$10,000

University of Notre Dame Donor Advised Fund

Gary and Julie Killian Expendable Fund | $19,562

$19,562

TRIO Foundation

Lindmor Investments and Treasury Service Internship Fund | $2,000

$2,000

Various

Love and Honors Grant Fund | $58

STUDENT AFFAIRS

$41,505 $292,815 $96,620

$58

STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

$1,535,660

Elizabeth Johnson

Scioto County Area Foundation

The Scioto County Area Foundation | $48,000

$48,000

Brent Shock

Ohio Department of Higher Education

Ohio College Opportunity Act | $24,005

$24,005

Brent Shock

Ohio Department of Higher Education

Ohio College Opportunity Act | $59,125

$59,125

Brent Shock

Ohio Department of Higher Education

Ohio College Opportunity Act | $729,682

$729,682

Ohio College Opportunity Act | $674,848

$674,848

STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE continued Brent Shock

Ohio Department of Higher Education

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES

$4,087 Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction

Miami University Bacchus Student Engagement Initiative | $4,087

Ashley Jones

State Library of Ohio

Miami University Libraries LSTA Conservation Grant | $2,333

William Modrow

Digitization of Miami University, Western Smith Family Charitable Trust College and Oxford College Yearbooks, Catalogs and Periodicals | $4,905

Leslie McNeill

$4,087

UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES

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$7,238 $2,333 $4,905

ANNUAL REPORT 2017


FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP AND GRADUATE SCHOOL

$3,001,859

ADMINISTRATION Various

$425 Royalties | $425

$425

MYAAMIA CENTER Daryl Baldwin

$497,635

National Science Foundation

Breath of Life Archival Institute for Indigenous Languages | $182,406

Miami Tribe of Oklahoma

Myaamia Center Fund | $78,631

Benevity

Myaamia Center Fund | $38

$38

Benevity

Myaamia Center Fund | $40

$40

Benevity

Myaamia Center Fund | $40

$40

Benevity

Myaamia Center Fund | $40

$40

Benevity

Myaamia Center Fund | $40

$40

Benevity

Myaamia Center Fund | $40

$40

Miami Tribe of Oklahoma

Myaamia Center Fund | $78,631

Benevity

Myaamia Center Fund | $40

$40

Benevity

Myaamia Center Fund | $40

$40

Benevity

Myaamia Center Fund | $40

$40

Benevity

Myaamia Center Fund | $40

$40

Benevity

Myaamia Center Fund | $34

$34

Benevity

Myaamia Center Fund | $34

$34

Benevity

Myaamia Center Fund | $39

$39

Miami Tribe of Oklahoma

Myaamia Center Fund | $157,263

Benevity

Myaamia Center Fund | $40

$40

Benevity

Myaamia Center Fund | $40

$40

Benevity

Myaamia Center Fund | $40

$40

Benevity

Myaamia Center Fund | $40

$40

Benevity

Myaamia Center Fund | $40

$40

$182,406 $78,631

$78,631

$157,263

SCRIPPS GERONTOLOGY CENTER

$2,503,799

Katherine Abbott

Ohio Department of Aging

OH-What Matters Most | $26,274

Katherine Abbott

Ohio Department of Medicaid

Assessing Preference Based Living in Ohio's Nursing Homes | $334,253

Katherine Abbott

The Mayer-Rothschild Foundation

Mayer-Rothschild Fdn Abbott | $5,000

Robert Applebaum

Ohio Department of Medicaid

Evaluating Long-Term Services and Supports in Ohio | $250,000

Robert Applebaum

Ohio Department of Aging

Tracking Long-Term Services Use in Ohio: July 2015 - June 2017 | $113,988

John Bowblis

University of Minnesota

Multi-Level Approach to Improve Quality of Life for Minority Nursing Home Residents | $15,079

$15,079

John Bowblis

University of Minnesota

Multi-Level Approach to Improve Quality of Life for Minority Nursing Home Residents | $30,157

$30,157

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$13,137 $334,253 $5,000 $125,000 $56,994

ANNUAL REPORT 2017


FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

SCRIPPS GERONTOLOGY CENTER continued James Brown

Institute of Education Sciences

Mapping Barriers to Community College Completion Among Older Learners: Identifying Malleable Factors to Improve Student Outcomes | $491,922

$122,981

Phyllis Cummins

Institute of Education Sciences

Mapping Barriers to Community College Completion Among Older Learners: Identifying Malleable Factors to Improve Student Outcomes | $491,922

$245,961

Phyllis Cummins

Ohio Department of Aging

Ohio's Combined WIOA Plan: Identifying Strategies and Supports to Improve Outcomes for Older Workers Phase 2 | $18,184

$18,184

Phyllis Cummins

Ohio Department of Aging

Ohioâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Combined WIOA Plan: Identifying Strategies and Supports to Improve Outcomes for Older Workers Phase 3 | $19,972

$19,972

Phyllis Cummins

Institute of Education Sciences

A Mixed-Methods Study of Middle-Aged and Older Adults: Lifelong Learning, Skill Proficiencies, and Employment in the U.S. and Selected OECD Countries | $381,051

Kathryn de Medeiros

United Way of the Greater Dayton Area

SeniorLink | $19,282

Joan Fopma-Loy

Woodland Country Manor

Opening Minds through Art (OMA): An Intergenerational Art Program for People with Dementia | $1,000

$1,000

Joan Fopma-Loy

Cedar Village

Opening Minds Through Art (OMA): An Art Program for People with Dementia | $21,738

$21,738

Jennifer Kinney

Xavier University

Xavier University Montessori Program for Dementia | $3,269

$3,269

Suzanne Kunkel

Ohio Department of Medicaid

Evaluating Long-Term Services and Supports in Ohio | $250,000

Suzanne Kunkel

National Association of Area Agencies on Aging

Information and Planning: Understanding the Capacity of the Aging Network | $56,939

$56,939

Suzanne Kunkel

National Association of Area Agencies on Aging

Aging and Disability Business Center Evaluation | $70,000

$70,000

Suzanne Kunkel

National Association of Area Agencies on Aging

Aging and Disability Business Center Evaluation | $50,000

$50,000

Elizabeth Lokon

Kappa Kappa Gamma

Opening Minds through Art (OMA): An Intergenerational Art Program for People with Dementia | $1,500

Elizabeth Lokon

Ohio Department of Medicaid

Opening Minds through Art (OMA): A Scripps Art Program for People with Dementia | $246,265

Elizabeth Lokon

Ohio Arts Council

Opening Minds through Art (OMA) Facilitator Training | $9,651

Elizabeth Lokon

Family Caregiver Alliance

Opening Minds through Art (OMA) | $20,000

Elizabeth Lokon

Alzheimer's Society of Calgary

Opening Minds through Art (OMA): An Intergenerational Art Program for People with Dementia - Customized Facilitator Training | $15,000

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$381,051

$19,282

$125,000

$1,500

$246,265 $9,651 $20,000

$15,000

ANNUAL REPORT 2017


FUNDING DETAIL TOTAL FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT & PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

SCRIPPS GERONTOLOGY CENTER continued Kathryn McGrew

Ohio Department of Aging

OH-What Matters Most | $26,274

Kathryn McGrew

Institute of Education Sciences

Mapping Barriers to Community College Completion Among Older Learners: Identifying Malleable Factors to Improve Student Outcomes | $491,922

$122,981

Kathryn McGrew

The Retirement Research Foundation

Our Family, Our Way: A Care Communication and Coordination Tool for Aging Parents and their Adult Children | $64,704

$64,704

Khadijeh Mehdizadeh

Ohio Department of Aging

Tracking Long-Term Services Use in Ohio: July 2015 - June 2017 | $113,988

$56,994

Elizabeth Rohrbaugh

Community First Solutions

Opening Minds through Art (OMA): An Intergenerational Art Program for People with Demenia | $12,500

$12,500

Elizabeth Rohrbaugh

Cedar Village

Opening Minds through Art (OMA): An Art Program for People with Dementia | $21,738

$21,738

Jane Straker

Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio

Validating a Service Adequacy and Satisfaction Instrument (SASI) for Transportation | $13,522

$13,522

Jane Straker

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Evaluation of Agewell | $99,996

$49,998

Jane Straker

Ohio Department of Aging

Person-Centered Staff Engagement Project | $10,006

$10,006

Janardan Subedi

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Genetic Epidemiology of Ocular Health and Disease | $116,558

$116,558

Janardan Subedi

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Genetic Epidemiology of Ocular Health and Disease | $11,360

$11,360

Jonathon Vivoda

Area Office on Aging of Northwestern Ohio, Inc.

Assessing Participant Satisfaction and Impact of Services Provided by the Area Office on Aging of Northwestern Ohio | $1,663

$1,663

Thomas and Sally Henderson Foundation

OMA - Opening Minds Through Art | $1,000

$1,000

Truist

OMA - Opening Minds Through Art | $5

Brandon Hall School

OMA - Opening Minds Through Art | $100

$100

Jeff Wyler Eastgate Auto Mall

OMA - Opening Minds Through Art | $100

$100

Truist

OMA - Opening Minds Through Art | $16

$16

Truist

OMA - Opening Minds Through Art | $5

$5

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$13,137

$5

ANNUAL REPORT 2017


PROJECT HIGHLIGHT: INSTITUTE FOR FOOD

In FY2017, a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture supported establishment of an interdisciplinary and experiential Institute for Food at Miami University. The Institute, which operates an organic farm, supports a resilient food system in Southwest Ohio. The project is led by Tom Crist, professor of biology, and Peggy Shaffer, professor of history and global and intercultural studies.

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