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Annual Report Fiscal Year 2016 July 1, 2015-June 30, 2016


Research, scholarship, and the Miami Experience.

The Associate Provost’s Perspective

James T. Oris Assocciate Provost for Research and Scholarship

Miami University brought in a total of $23.1 million in extramural funding during the 2016 fiscal year, up 23% over the previous year. We saw increases across the board, from all sources — public and private — with standout growth of 75% in funding awarded by the state of Ohio.

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While it’s always gratifying to see an increase in funding, what’s even more gratifying is the research, instruction, and service this funding enables. Our researchers and scholars are working to answer big questions and solve intractable problems. And they involve students every step of the way. In fact, the synergy between Miami’s undergraduate students and the graduate students and faculty who mentor them is at the heart of the Miami Experience. Many undergraduate students at Miami get handson experience with equipment and techniques that only faculty and graduate students get at other institutions. This unusual level of access also benefits our graduate students, who have the opportunity to teach these techniques and the proper use of this equipment, while helping to shape the next generation of researchers through their mentorship. The result is an exceptional learning environment that has earned Miami University global recognition. We remain dedicated to helping the Miami community find and secure the funding that makes it possible.


RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

Described here is a fraction of the excellent research, scholarship, and service being carried out at Miami University. The tireless efforts of our faculty and staff to secure funding in support of this work is evidence of their passion and commitment.

Rick Page, an 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 CAREER grant. He will receive more than $920,000 of research funding over five years for his research on quality control in proteins. Associate professors Amy Summerville (psychology) and Jennifer Blue (physics) and College of Engineering and Computing administrator Brian Kirkmeyer are working to develop an intervention to improve the success of engineering students in early physics classes. The project is supported by a $368,000 grant from the NSF. Haifei Shi, an associate professor of biology, is exploring the potential for brain-derived neurotrophic factor to be used in therapeutic treatments for obesity, a major risk factor for the development of cardiovascular disease. Shi’s work is supported by a $390,150 grant from a division of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Phyllis Cummins, a senior research scholar in the Scripps Gerontology Center, and a team of colleagues are working to identify patterns that suggest successful approaches to educating students 40 and older. Their work is supported by a $1.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences (IES). The NSF’s Robert Noyce Scholarship Program awarded $74,956 to a team led by Nazan Bautista, an associate professor of teacher education. The team is working to help STEM majors, STEM professionals, and STEM teacher ed majors gain the skills necessary to teach in ethnically and culturally diverse communities. As a member of the Southwest Ohio Regional Consortium, Miami is sharing $1 million awarded through Ohio’s RAPIDS program. Miami’s $381,856 share will purchase additive manufacturing and 3-D scanning equipment. The grant is administered by a team led by Jessica Sparks, an associate professor of biomedical engineering. The Ohio Department of Education has awarded a grant of $93,242 to Susan Hershberger, director of the Center for Chemistry Education, Jennifer Blue, an associate professor of physics, and Tammy Schwartz, director of the Urban Teaching Cohort, for a project that provides professional development for Ohio 6th to 8th grade educators in partnership with Middletown City Schools.

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BY THE NUMBERS

FY 2007

FY 2008

FY 2009

FY 2010

FY 2011

$22.6

$22.7

$23.3

FY 2012

FY 2013

$21.3

$21.5

FY 2014

FY 2015

FY 2016

$27.6 $25.0

FY 2015

$18.5M

$23.1

TOTAL FUNDING

$20.6 $18.8

TOTAL FUNDING | 10-year trend in millions

FY 2016

$23.1M

Total funding for FY 2016

UP 23%

*

FY2015

FY2015

$8.9M

FY2016

FY2016

FEDERAL

$9.7M

$4.9M

$2.8M OHIO

$11,403,324 Funding generated by Miami’s largest college, the College of Arts and Science

UP 347% TO $1.5M Funding generated by Hamilton Campus* *compared to FY2015

574

Total number of awards received


BY THE NUMBERS

College of Education, Health, and Society

Farmer School of Business

Family Science & Social Work

Teacher Education Psychology Geography

Marketing

Educational Psychology

Physics

Math

Mathematics

Family Studies & Social Work

Biology

Art Geology & Environmental Earth Science

Center for Chemistry Education

Chemistry & Biochemistry

Engineering Technology

Hamilton Campus

College of Creative Arts Interactive Media Studies

Institute for the Environment & Sustainability

College of Arts and Science History Art

Middletown Campus

Research and Graduate School Chemical, Paper, & Biomedical Engineering Computer Science & Software Engineering

INTERDISCIPLINARY COLLABORATIONS | by college and department bigger circle = more faculty in unit | thicker line = greater number of collaborations

College of Engineering and Computing


BY THE NUMBERS

$23.1M

College of Education, Health, and Society $1.4M | 6%

College of Arts and Science $11.4M | 50%

Middletown Campus $0.6M | 3% Other Offices $2.6M | 11%

Colleges, Universities, and Research Institutions $1.6M | 7%

Other Gov’t $0.5M 2%

Farmer School of Business $0.8M | 3% State of Ohio $4.9M | 21%

Hamilton Campus $1.5M | 7%

College of Engineering and Computing $1.3M | 6%

Federal Government $9.7M | 42%

Associations, Foundations, and Other Non-Profit Organizations $4.1M | 18%

Research & Scholarship and Graduate School $3.2M | 14% $0.3M 1% College of Creative Arts

FUNDING BY DIVISION

Business and Industry $2.3M | 10%

FUNDING BY SOURCE


BY THE NUMBERS

$23.1M

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SERVICE Associations, Foundations, and Other Non-Profit Organizations.......$1.70M........ 41% State of Ohio........................................... $0.65M........ 16% Business and Industry.........................$0.54M........ 13% National Science Foundation..........$0.48M.........12% National Highway Traffic Safety Administration......................... $0.24M..........6% U.S. Department of State.................. $0.24M..........6% Colleges, Universities, and Research Institutions........................... $0.15M..........4% Other Federal Agency......................... $0.10M..........2%

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e | $4.1M | 1 vic r e ion | $2.3M 8 t c Financ i t F’ship $0.4M 2%

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RESEARCH State of Ohio........................................... $3.4M.........23% National Science Foundation...........$3.3M.........22% National Institutes of Health.............$2.2M..........15% Colleges, Universities, and Research Institutions............................ $1.5M..........10% Other Federal Agency........................ $0.9M........... 6% Associations, Foundations, and Other Non-Profit Organizations......$0.7M........... 5% U.S. Department of Education.........$0.7M........... 5% Business and Industry..........................$0.7M........... 5% U.S. Department of Energy.............. $0.6M........... 4% U.S. Department of Justice.............. $0.5M........... 3% Other Government Agency.............. $0.3M............2%

M | 6% 1.5

FELLOWSHIPS

Associations, Foundations, and Other Non-Profit Organizations.......................... $0.40M.......100%

STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

Associations, Foundations, and Other Non-Profit Organizations...............$0.83M..... 55% State of Ohio.................................................... $0.68M.....45%

FUNDING BY PURPOSE | by source

INSTRUCTION Business and Industry...................................$1.10M...........48% Associations, Foundations, and Other Non-Profit Organizations............$0.43M............19% National Institutes of Health...................$0.30M............13% State of Ohio....................................................$0.17M............. 7% National Endowment for the Humanities..........................................$0.11M............. 5% Other Government Agency...................... $0.10M............. 4% National Science Foundation.................$0.09M............. 4%


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE

PI funding $11,403,324

ADMINISTRATION

$480,017 Audubon Miami Valley

Hefner Museum Friends Support Fund | $350

Hayden-McNeil Publishing Incorporated

Gene P. Williamson Herbarium Fund | $4,262

$350 $4,262

Hillsboro Veterinary Hospital

Hefner Museum Friends Support Fund | $200

$200

Hillsboro Veterinary Hospital

Hefner Museum Friends Support Fund | $100

$100

Miscellaneous

Global Conservation Fund-Manatees | $20

Miscellaneous

Global Conservation Fund-Wildcats | $5

Network for Good

Andrew R. L. Cayton Memorial Fund | $17

$20 $5 $17

One America Financial Partners Incorporated

Hefner Museum Friends Support Fund | $1,000

$1,000

One America Financial Partners Incorporated

Hefner Museum Friends Support Fund | $1,000

$1,000

Procter & Gamble Company

Sharon Janosik & Graham Edwin Mitchell Undergraduate Research Fund | $5,000

$5,000

Schwab Charitable Fund

Andrew R. L. Cayton Memorial Fund | $200

Schwab Charitable Fund

Inside Washington Program | $2,500

St. James Church

Hefner Museum Friends Support Fund | $63

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

Wiley Rein LLP

Inside Washington Program | $300

BIOLOGY

$200 $2,500 $63

$300 $2,929,548

Michelle Boone

Hamilton County Park District

Toads in Peril? Assessing the Risk of American Toad Populations to an Emerging Infectious Disease, Chytridiomycosis | $5,936

$5,936

Michelle Boone

National Geographic Society

Blurring the Lines Between Agriculture and Natural Systems for Amphibians | $15,870

$15,870

Michelle Boone

Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles- SSAR

Effects of Pesticides on Parasitic Infections in Amphibians through Alteration in Behavior | $500

Michelle Boone

The Herpetologists' League

Interactions among Pesticides and Trematode Infections in Amphibians | $1,000

Thomas Crist

Ohio Biological Survey

Mechanisms by Which Lonicera Maackii Floral Resources are Affecting Native Bee Communities in Adjacent Intensive Agriculture | $500

$500 $1,000 $500


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

Katia Del Rio-Tsonis

National Institutes of Health - NIH

RPE Reprogramming | $361,250

Melany Fisk

Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies

LTER: Long-Term Ecological Research at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest | $64,208

Melany Fisk

National Science Foundation - NSF

Collaborative Research: Nutrient Co-Limitation in Young & Mature Northern Hardwood Forests | $7,200

$7,200

Maria Gonzalez

National Science Foundation - NSF

Gonzalez NSF Intergovernmental Personnel Act (IPA) Assignment | $149,581

$149,581

Maria Gonzalez

National Science Foundation - NSF

LTREB Renewal: Response of a Reservoir Ecosystem to Declining Subsides of Nutrients and Detritus | $92,645

$30,851

Maria Gonzalez

National Science Foundation - NSF

LTREB Renewal: Response of a Reservoir Ecosystem to Declining Subsides of Nutrients and Detritus | $89,927

$29,946

David Gorchov

Ohio Invasive Plants Council

Importance of an Invasive Shrub, Amur Honeysuckle, in the Diet of White-Tailed Deer: Nutritional Quality and Browse Rates | $720

Susan Hoffman

American Society of Mammalogists

Determination of Genetic Population Structure and Phenotypic Variance of P. Leucopus Across the Upper Peninsula of Northern Michigan | $1,050

Lori Isaacson

National Institutes of Health - NIH

Oligodendrocyte Lineage Cell Plasticity in the Spinal Cord Following Peripheral Injury | $433,500

Chun Liang

National Institutes of Health - NIH

RPE Reprogramming | $361,250

Chun Liang

National Institutes of Health - NIH

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

Chun Liang

Ohio Department of Higher Education - ODHE Choose Ohio First Bioinformatics Scholarship Program in Miami University | $52,000

$52,000

Chun Liang

Western University of Health Sciences

Collaborative Research: CPSF30 at the Convergence of Cellular Signaling and RNA Processing | $14,450

$14,450

James Oris

Sanitation District of Los Angeles County

Guidance on the Use of the Test of Significant Toxicity in Effluent Tests | $12,100

$12,100

Julia Robinson

Ohio Environmental Protection Agency OEPA

Sowing SEEDS (Science, Environmental Education, Discovery, and Synthesis): A Self-Sustaining Program for Preservice Teachers and Young Learners | $40,484

$32,387

Julia Robinson

Oxford Community Foundation

It All Adds Up! Mathematics, Science, and Natural History | $1,000

$1,000

Michael Robinson

National Institutes of Health - NIH

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

Michael Robinson

Sigma Xi

A High-throughput in Vitro Assay for Neural Retina Regeneration from Retina Pigmented Epithelium | $2,500

BIOLOGY continued $252,875 $64,208

$720 $1,050

$433,500 $108,375 $54,188

$307,063 $2,500


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

Michael Robinson

Sigma Xi

Engineering Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells to Assay for Retinal Pigment Epithelium to Neural Retina Transdifferentiation | $2,500

$2,500

Paul Schaeffer

American Wildlife Conservation Society

Habitat Selection and Seasonal Energetics of Eastern Box Turtles (Terrapene Carolina Carolina) | $2,000

$2,000

Haifei Shi

American Heart Association - AHA

Neural Mechanisms for Metabolic Regulation by Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor | $77,000

Haifei Shi

National Institutes of Health - NIH

Central Action of Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor in Male and Female Rats | $390,150

Steven Sullivan

Ohio Environmental Protection Agency OEPA

Sowing SEEDS (Science, Environmental Education, Discovery, and Synthesis): A Self-Sustaining Program for Preservice Teachers and Young Learners | $40,484

$8,097

Yoshinori Tomoyasu

National Science Foundation - NSF

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships | $34,500

$17,250

Yoshinori Tomoyasu

National Science Foundation - NSF

Lobes or Gills, Exploring the Origin of Insect Wings | $531,845

Michael Vanni

National Science Foundation - NSF

LTREB Renewal: Response of a Reservoir Ecosystem to Declining Subsides of Nutrients and Detritus | $92,645

$30,851

Michael Vanni

National Science Foundation - NSF

LTREB Renewal: Response of a Reservoir Ecosystem to Declining Subsides of Nutrients and Detritus | $89,927

$29,946

Michael Vanni

National Science Foundation - NSF

Vanni NSF Intergovernmental Personnel Act (IPA) | $216,291

$216,291

Michael Vincent

Cornell University

Digitization TCN: Collaborative: The Microfungi Collections Consortium: A Networked Approach to Digitizing Small Fungi with Large Impacts on the Function and Health of Ecosystems | $45,820

$45,820

BIOLOGY continued

CENTER FOR ADVANCED MICROSCOPY AND IMAGING Richard Edelmann

The University of Mississippi

$77,000 $390,150

$531,845

$20,000 Novel Explorations into the Interactions Between Light and Gravity Sensing in Plants | $20,000

$20,000

CENTER FOR CHEMISTRY EDUCATION

$55,945

Susan Hershberger

$55,945

Ohio Department of Higher Education - ODHE Writing and Inquiry Stories to Explore Science (WISE Science) | $93,242

CENTER FOR INTERACTIVE MEDIA STUDIES

$104,971

Eric Hodgson

National Science Foundation - NSF

Realistic Navigation in the Third Dimension Using Low Cost, Portable, Wearable Immersive Virtual Environment Systems | $121,306

$60,653

Eric Hodgson

Wright State University

Effects of Virtual Reality Simulation on Worker Emergency Evacuation of Neonates | $44,318

$44,318


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY

PI funding $3,291,517

Michael Crowder

Beckman Foundation

Beckman Scholars at Miami University | $130,000

$130,000

Michael Crowder

National Science Foundation - NSF

Probing Substrate/Inhibitor Binding to Metalloenzymes Using EPR | $540,000

$270,000

Michael Crowder

National Science Foundation - NSF

Probing Substrate/Inhibitor Binding to Metalloenzymes Using EPR | $12,000

$6,000

Michael Crowder

University of Texas at Austin

Developing Metallo-Beata-Lactamase Inhibitors | $194,765

Carole Dabney-Smith

US Department of Energy - DOE

Thylakoid Assembly and Folded Protein Transport by the Chloroplast Twin Arginine Translocation (cpTat) Pathway | $480,000

Ann Hagerman

Procter and Gamble Company

Do Ionics Alter Tannin-Protein Interactions? | $40,000

$40,000

Christopher Hartley

American Chemical Society - ACS

Dissipative Covalent Bond Formation for Non-Equilibrium Systems Chemistry | $110,000

$110,000

Christopher Hartley

National Science Foundation - NSF

ortho-Phenylenes in Complex Foldamer Architectures | $430,622

$430,622

Michael Kennedy

BASF Corporation

Sample Analysis | $186,232

Gary Lorigan

National Institute of General Medical Science - NIGMS

EPR Structural Studies of KCNE1/KCNQ1 | $293,046

Gary Lorigan

National Institute of General Medical Science - NIGMS

EPR Structural Studies of KCNE1/KCNQ1 | $1,938

Gary Lorigan

National Science Foundation - NSF

Investing Membrane Proteins with Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy | $8,450

Gary Lorigan

Ohio Department of Higher Education - ODHE Action Fund Matching - EPR Structural Studies of KCNE1/KCNQ1 | $97,825

$97,825

Richard Page

American Heart Association - AHA

$77,000

Protein Auality Control Mechanisms in the Heart | $77,000

$64,935 $480,000

$186,232 $293,046 $1,938 $8,450

Richard Page

National Science Foundation - NSF

CAREER: Protein Quality Control at the Membrane | $178,512

Richard Page

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Assay Development Against CHIP-Mediated Ubiquitination | $132,940

$132,940

$178,512

Richard Page

University of Texas at Austin

Developing Metallo-Beata-Lactamase Inhibitors | $194,765

$64,915

Jonathan Scaffidi

US Environmental Protection Agency - EPA

Developing Sensitive Biosensor for Detecting Arsenic in Ground Water | $60,000

$12,000

Andre Sommer

Various

Yearly Summary: Research in the Molecular Microspectroscopy Lab (MML) | $108,341

$108,341

Richard Taylor

Celsus Laboratories Inc.

A Strategy for Preparing Conjugates of Complex Carbohydrates | $29,687

$29,687

Richard Taylor

Celsus Laboratories Inc.

Spectral Studies of Complex Carbohydrates | $35,310

$35,310

David Tierney

National Science Foundation - NSF

MRI: Acquisition of a Microfocus Single-Crystal Diffractometer | $259,494

$129,747


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY continued David Tierney

National Science Foundation - NSF

Probing Substrate/Inhibitor Binding to Metalloenzymes Using EPR | $540,000

$270,000

David Tierney

National Science Foundation - NSF

Probing Substrate/Inhibitor Binding to Metalloenzymes Using EPR | $12,000

$6,000

David Tierney

Ohio Department of Higher Education - ODHE Action Fund Matching - MRI: Acquisition of a Microfocus Single-Crystal Diffractometer | $111,212

$55,606

David Tierney

University of Texas at Austin

Developing Metallo-Beata-Lactamase Inhibitors | $194,765

$64,915

Ellen Yezierski

National Science Foundation - NSF

Capacity Building for Miami University Robert Noyce Scholars | $74,956

ENGLISH

$7,496 $142,216

Helane Androne

National Writing Project - NWP

2016-2017 NWP SEED Invitational Leadership Institute to Invest in Developing New Teacher-Leaders | $15,000

Timothy Melley

National Endowment for Humanities - NEH

Miami University Humanities Center NEH Challenge Grant Application | $50,000

$50,000

Timothy Melley

National Endowment for Humanities - NEH

Miami University Humanities Center NEH Challenge Grant Application | $44,225

$44,225

Timothy Melley

National Endowment for Humanities - NEH

Miami University Humanities Center NEH Challenge Grant Application | $12,991

$12,991

Beth Rimer

National Writing Project - NWP

2016 NWP Advanced Institute to Scale Up the College-Ready Writers Program | $20,000

Beth Rimer

National Writing Project - NWP

2016-2017 NWP SEED Invitational Leadership Institute to Invest in Developing New Teacher-Leaders | $15,000

FRENCH AND ITALIAN Jonathan Strauss

$7,500

$20,000 $7,500 $45,000

Cornell University

Lifetimes | $45,000

Robbyn Abbitt

Indiana University-Purdue University Indiana (IUPUI)

Wayne County Indiana Hazard Mitigation Plan Subcontract | $1,500

Amelie Davis

US Department of Agriculture - USDA

CRP Land Management and Pollinator Health | $92,000

$92,000

William Renwick

National Science Foundation - NSF

LTREB Renewal: Response of a Reservoir Ecosystem to Declining Subsides of Nutrients and Detritus | $92,645

$30,943

William Renwick

National Science Foundation - NSF

LTREB Renewal: Response of a Reservoir Ecosystem to Declining Subsides of Nutrients and Detritus | $89,927

$30,036

William Renwick

National Science Foundation - NSF

LTREB Renewal: Response of a Reservoir Ecosystem to Declining Subsides of Nutrients and Detritus | $6,769

$6,769

GEOGRAPHY

$45,000 $161,248 $1,500


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

GEOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL EARTH SCIENCE

PI funding $1,783,696

Michael Brudzinski

National Science Foundation - NSF

Does Proximity of Hydraulic Fracturing and Wastewater Disposal to Basement Increase the Likelihood of Induced Seismicity in the Central and Eastern US? | $358,584

$179,292

Michael Brudzinski

US Geological Survey - USGS

Discerning and Characterizing Induced Seismicity in Texas using Multistation Template Matching | $50,737

$33,994

Brian Currie

LMKR, Inc.

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

$948,751

Brian Currie

National Science Foundation - NSF

Does Proximity of Hydraulic Fracturing and Wastewater Disposal to Basement Increase the Likelihood of Induced Seismicity in the Central and Eastern US? | $358,584

$179,292

Brian Currie

US Geological Survey - USGS

Discerning and Characterizing Induced Seismicity in Texas using Multistation Template Matching | $50,737

Hailiang Dong

AECOM

Rock Analysis for Ferrous and Total Fe | $2,150

Hailiang Dong

CB&I Federal Services LLC

Mineralogical Analysis on Long Term Performance Assessment at a Highly Characterized & Instrumented DNAPL Source Area | $6,000

Hailiang Dong

National Science Foundation - NSF

Dong NSF Intergovernmental Personnel Act (IPA) Assignment | $114,209

$114,209

Hailiang Dong

National Science Foundation - NSF

Investigation of Nitrate Reduction Pathways: A Supplementary Funding Request | $36,952

$36,952

Jonathan Levy

AMEC Environment & Infrastructure, Inc.

Operation of the US EPA Dry Deposition Network Station at Miami University | $1,550

$1,550

Jonathan Levy

Butler County Storm Water District

Butler County Stream Team | $5,875

$5,875

Jonathan Levy

Butler County Storm Water District

Butler County Stream Team | $4,811

$4,811

Jonathan Levy

Ohio Public Works Commission

District #10 Public Works Integrating Committee | $62,535

John Rakovan

National Science Foundation - NSF

MRI: Acquisition of a Microfocus Single-Crystal Diffractometer | $259,494

John Rakovan

National Science Foundation - NSF

PIRE: Toward a Holistic and Global Understanding of Hot Springs Ecosystems: A US-China based International Collaboration | $5,000

John Rakovan

Ohio Department of Higher Education - ODHE Action Fund Matching - MRI: Acquisition of a Microfocus Single-Crystal Diffractometer | $111,212

$55,606

Jason Rech

National Science Foundation - NSF

$60,597

Collaborative Research: Development and calibration of the oxygen isotope systematics of small terrestrial gastropods | $60,597

$16,743 $2,150 $6,000

$3,127 $129,747 $5,000

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

$14,000

John Jeep

$14,000

Max Kade Foundation, Inc.

Intensive German Summer | $14,000


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

HUMANITIES CENTER

PI funding $62,500

General Electric Company

NEH Humanities Center Challenge Grant Account | $25,000

$25,000

Gulf Coast Community Foundation Incorporated

NEH Humanities Center Challenge Grant Account | $25,000

$25,000

John W. Altman Charitable Foundation

NEH Humanities Center Challenge Grant Account | $10,000

$10,000

Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program

NEH Humanities Center Challenge Grant Account | $2,500

$2,500

INSTITUTE FOR THE ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY

$114,654

Jonathan Levy

US Fish and Wildlife Service

Support of Field Studies on Rare Plants and Animals | $18,423

$18,423

Jonathan Levy

US Geological Survey - USGS

Acid Precipitation Monitoring Site OH 09 | $36,723

$36,723

Lori Libby

Ohio Public Works Commission

District #10 Public Works Integrating Committee | $62,535

$59,408

Schwab Charitable Fund

Institute of Environment and Sustainability | $100

Caleb Eckhardt

Simons Foundation

Classification and Representations of C*-algebras | $35,000

Anna Ghazaryan

National Science Foundation - NSF

Fall 2016 Mathematics Conference: Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems | $10,000

Paul Larson

National Science Foundation - NSF

Travel Support for the Thematic Program in Strong Logics | $30,732

Alexandru Alin Pogan

National Science Foundation - NSF

Fall 2016 Mathematics Conference: Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems | $10,000

MATHEMATICS

$100 $72,402

MICROBIOLOGY

$35,000 $3,340 $30,732 $3,330 $458,560

Luis Actis

National Institutes of Health - NIH

Acinetobacter Baumannii Gene Regulation in Response to Illumination | $359,805

Eileen Bridge

National Institutes of Health - NIH

Adenovirus Interaction with Cellular DNA Repair Responses | $58,251

$58,251

Natosha Finley

National Institutes of Health - NIH

Acinetobacter Baumannii Gene Regulation in Response to Illumination | $359,805

$71,961

Natosha Finley

US Department of Agriculture - USDA

Using NMR Metabolomics to Examine the Role of Anaerobic Soil Disinfection inPromoting Disease Resistance in Vegetable Crops | $35,000

Andor Kiss

Science Exchange, Inc.

Outside Contract Work/ CBFG | $504

John W. Altman Charitable Foundation

Bhattacharjee Family Microbiology Distinguished Lecture Fund | $5,000

PHYSICS Burcin Bayram

$287,844

$35,000

$504 $5,000 $219,743

National Science Foundation - NSF

Polarization Quantum Beat Spectroscopy in Diatomic Molecules | $35,000

$35,000


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

Jennifer Blue

National Science Foundation - NSF

A Preliminary Investigation of a Social Cognitive Intervention in Early Courses | $367,563

Jennifer Blue

National Science Foundation - NSF

Capacity Building for Miami University Robert Noyce Scholars | $74,956

$7,496

Jennifer Blue

Ohio Department of Higher Education - ODHE Writing and Inquiry Stories to Explore Science (WISE Science) | $93,242

$27,973

Karthk Vishwanath

University of Michigan

PHYSICS continued

Using Optical Techniques to Detect Vascularization | $2,250

POLITICAL SCIENCE

$147,025

$2,250 $249,000

Sawsan Abutabenjeh

NASPO ValuePoint

Comparative Analysis of Cooperative Purchasing Programs | $99,000

Mark Morris

Ohio Department of Higher Education - ODHE 2015-16 CPMRA-Public Leaders Co-Op | $150,000

$75,000

Philip Russo

Ohio Department of Higher Education - ODHE 2015-16 CPMRA-Public Leaders Co-Op | $150,000

$75,000

PSYCHOLOGY

$99,000

$1,092,147

Erin Eakin

Butler County Educational Service Center

The Butler County Parent Project Evaluation | $4,200

Erin Eakin

Ohio Department of Mental Health - ODMH

Miami University/ OHMHAS Statewide Coordination of YMHFA | $74,000

$37,000

$4,200

Erin Eakin

Ohio Guidestone

A Multi-Tiered Evaluation of the Efficacy and Effectiveness of the FLIP IT Parent Training Model | $11,205

$10,085

Paul Flaspohler

Interact for Health

Evaluation of Core Life | $31,600

$31,600

Jennifer Green

Lindner Center of Hope

Lindner Center of Hope Traineeship 2015-16 | $54,080

$54,080

Jennifer Green

Rite of Passage, Inc.

Rite of Passage/Hillcrest Traineeship Green 2016-17 | $7,000

Jennifer Green

Ross School District

Ross Schools Traineeship Green (2016-17) | $15,000

$15,000

Alexandria Intorcio

Greene County Educational Service Center

Safe Schools/Healthy Students Local Evaluation Plan for Greene County Educational Service Center | $42,902

$34,321

Alexandria Intorcio

Greene County Educational Service Center

Safe Schools/Healthy Students Local Evaluation Plan for Greene County Educational Service Center | $40,000

$30,000

Aaron Luebbe

HawksNest crowdfunding

Identifying the Link Between Depression and Eating Disorders in Girls | $580

Joshua Magee

National Institutes of Health - NIH

Text Message Support to Prevent Smoking Relapse in Community Treatment Settings | $140,268

$140,268

Joshua Magee

National Institutes of Health - NIH

Text Message Support to Prevent Smoking Relapse in Community Treatment Settings | $80,644

$80,644

Joshua Magee

National Institutes of Health - NIH

Text Message Support to Prevent Smoking Relapse in Community Treatment Settings | $1,235

$1,235

$7,000

$580


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

Dawna Meehan

Catholic Charities of Southwestern Ohio

Butler County Incredible Years Program Evaluation | $4,000

Dawna Meehan

Greene County Educational Service Center

Safe Schools/Healthy Students Local Evaluation Plan for Greene County Educational Service Center | $40,000

$10,000

Dawna Meehan

Greene County Educational Service Center

Safe Schools/Healthy Students Local Evaluation Plan for Greene County Educational Service Center | $42,902

$8,580

Dawna Meehan

Ohio Department of Mental Health - ODMH

Miami University/ OHMHAS Statewide Coordination of YMHFA | $74,000

$37,000

Dawna Meehan

Ohio Dept of Education - ODE

Making Ohio AWARE: Building Statewide Mental Health First Aid Capacity | $345,338

$172,669

Dawna Meehan

Ohio Dept of Education - ODE

Positive Transformations for Ohio Schools: Building Statewide Positive Supports | $109,118

Dawna Meehan

Ohio Guidestone

A Multi-Tiered Evaluation of the Efficacy and Effectiveness of the FLIP IT Parent Training Model | $11,205

Terri Messman-Moore

Interact for Health

Yoga and Meditation for Self Realization, Emotional & Mental Strength | $13,282

$1,328

Terri Messman-Moore

Psi Chi

Emotion Regulation and PTSD: Modulating Response to ThreatRelevant Stimuli Among Sexually Victimized Women | $1,500

$1,500

Jennifer Quinn

Psi Chi

Role of the Basal Amygdala in Trace Fear Reconsolidation | $1,500

$1,500

Vaishali Raval

United States-India Educational Foundation

A Training Model for Culturally Competent and Evidence-Based Mental Health Care in Diverse Societies | $189,602

April Smith

National Science Foundation - NSF

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships | $34,500

$17,250

Amy Summerville

National Science Foundation - NSF

A Preliminary Investigation of a Social Cognitive Intervention in Early Courses | $367,563

$147,025

PSYCHOLOGY continued

SPEECH PATHOLOGY AND AUDIOLOGY

$4,000

$54,559 $1,121

$189,602

$24,589

Susan Brehm

Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center CCHMC

Examination of Pediatric Voice Assessment and Treatment Protocols | $19,589

$19,589

Aaron Shield

American Speech-Language Hearing Assn ASHA

Advancing Academic Research Careers Award | $5,000

$5,000

STATISTICS

$80,921

A. John Bailer

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health - NIOSH

Risk Assessment Methods for Occupational Health | $25,721

$25,721

Douglas Noe

Procter and Gamble Company

Industry-Sponsored GA in Statistics I, 2015-16 | $27,600

$27,600

Douglas Noe

Procter and Gamble Company

Industry-Sponsored GA in Statistics II, 2015-16 | $27,600

$27,600


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

WILSON CENTER FOR PREMEDICAL EDUCATION

PI funding $650

Jewish Federation of Cleveland

Thomas H. Mallory & David F. Wilson Center for Premedical Education Expendable Fund | $250

$250

Jewish Federation of Cleveland

Thomas H. Mallory & David F. Wilson Center for Premedical Education Expendable Fund | $200

$200

National Christian Foundation

Thomas H. Mallory & David F. Wilson Center for Premedical Education Expendable Fund | $100

$100

Schwab Charitable Fund

Thomas H. Mallory & David F. Wilson Center for Premedical Education Expendable Fund | $100

$100

COLLEGE OF CREATIVE ARTS

$338,990

ART

$25,000

Erin Beckloff

ConAgra Foods, Inc.

Spring 2015 Highwire Project (Conagra/Hunt's) | $25,000

$12,500

Erin Beckloff

PepsiCo, Inc.

Spring 2016 Highwire Project (Pepsi Drinkfinity) | $25,000

$12,500

William E. Schmidt Foundation

Schmidt Youth Vocal Music Competition Fund | $93,067

$93,067

William E. Schmidt Foundation

Schmidt Youth Vocal Music Competition Fund | $93,067

$93,067

William E. Schmidt Foundation

Schmidt Youth Vocal Music Competition Fund | $93,066

$93,066

MUSIC

$279,200

PERFORMING ARTS SERIES

$34,790

Patti Liberatore

Arts Midwest

2015-16 Arts Midwest Touring Fund | $4,000

$4,000

Patti Liberatore

Arts Midwest

2016-17 Arts Midwest Touring Fund | $4,000

$4,000

Patti Liberatore

Ohio Arts Council - OAC

Performing Arts Series 2014-15 Season | $21,940

$21,940

College Real Estate LLC

Performing Arts | $100

$100

DuBois Book Store

Performing Arts | $250

$250

Maple Knoll Communities

Performing Arts | $2,500

New York Life Insurance Company

Performing Arts | $400

$400

Oxford Visitors & Convention Bureau

Performing Arts | $100

$100

USA Funds

Performing Arts | $1,500

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, HEALTH, AND SOCIETY

$2,500

$1,500 $1,368,524

ADMINISTRATION

$237,626

Kevin Bush

Butler County Educational Service Center

Evaluation of Butler County Head Start Program: 2015-16 | $10,000

$3,300

Kevin Bush

Butler County Educational Service Center

Evaluation of the Butler County Success Program: Year 10 | $18,000

$5,940

Kevin Bush

Warren County Community Services

Community Assessment for Warren County Community Services Early Learning Center - 2015 | $4,736

$1,610


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

Kevin Bush

YWCA of Hamilton Ohio Inc

Victim Advocate at Dove House Domestic Violence Shelter | $13,066

$13,066

Sharon Custer

Montgomery County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services

Training and Consultation for Wraparound Implementation: Children Matter! Montgomery County | $8,500

$8,500

Michael Dantley

US Department of Energy - DOE

Race to the Top | $160,055

Tammy Schwartz

National Science Foundation - NSF

Capacity Building for Miami University Robert Noyce Scholars | $74,956

$26,235

Tammy Schwartz

Ohio Department of Higher Education - ODHE Writing and Inquiry Stories to Explore Science (WISE Science) | $93,242

$9,324

Jeffrey Wanko

National Science Foundation - NSF

Capacity Building for Miami University Robert Noyce Scholars | $74,956

$7,496

Ohio Department of Higher Education

Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) Scholarship | $1,050

$1,050

Ohio Department of Higher Education

Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) Scholarship | $1,050

$1,050

ADMINISTRATION continued

DISCOVERY CENTER FOR EVALUATION, RESEARCH, AND PROFESSIONAL LEARNING

$160,055

$718,033

Sarah Woodruff

Brown University

Research/Technical Service Agreement | $12,500

$12,500

Sarah Woodruff

Cincinnati Observatory

Cincinnati Observatory Instrument Development and Roll-Out | $8,449

Sarah Woodruff

Dayton Board of Education

Public Schools Program Research and Evaluation Services | $70,000

Sarah Woodruff

Kent State University

Evaluation of Engaging English Language Learners in STEM Classrooms (at Kent) | $6,000

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 | $40,000

Sarah Woodruff

Ohio Northern University

Evaluation of Enhanced Chemistry Learning through Instrument access and Personalized Secondary Education (ECLIPSE) Training | $5,000

$5,000

Sarah Woodruff

The Ohio State University

Evaluation of Collaborative Applications of Mathematics Pedagogy | $12,000

$12,000

Sarah Woodruff

The Ohio State University

Evaluation of Now I Get It! Scientific Argumentation in Middle School | $8,500

Sarah Woodruff

The Ohio State University

Evaluation of the Ohio Resident Educator Program - Continuation | $100,000

Sarah Woodruff

SUNY - Buffalo

Evaluation of Biology with X-Ray Lasers | $99,776

$8,449 $70,000 $6,000 $40,000

$8,500 $100,000 $99,776


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

DISCOVERY CENTER FOR EVALUATION, RESEARCH, AND PROFESSIONAL LEARNING continued Sarah Woodruff

SUNY - Buffalo

Evaluation of Targeted MSP: The University of Buffalo/Buffalo Public Schools (UB/BPS) Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Partnership | $171,853

$171,853

Sarah Woodruff

University of Cincinnati

Evaluation of Leadership, Empowerment, and Advancement for STEM Women Faculty (LEAF) at UC | $50,609

$50,609

Sarah Woodruff

University of Cincinnati

Evaluation of STEM in the Playscape: Building Knowledge for Educational Practice | $93,335

$93,335

Sarah Woodruff

University of Cincinnati

Evaluation of University of Cincinnati MSP (CEEMS) | $22,461

$22,461

Sarah Woodruff

YWCA of Hamilton Ohio, Inc.

YWCA Grant Writing 2015-2016 | $17,550

$17,550

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

$259,030

Darrel Davis

Association for Psychological Science

An Investigation of How Metacognitive Instruction and Practice Changes College Students' Learning Behaviors, Motivations, and Performance in Educational Psychology | $15,000

$7,500

Amity Noltemeyer

Butler County Educational Service Center

Evaluation of Butler County Head Start Program: 2015-16 | $10,000

$3,300

Amity Noltemeyer

Butler County Educational Service Center

Evaluation of the Butler County Success Program: Year 10 | $18,000

$5,940

Amity Noltemeyer

Ohio Dept of Education - ODE

Making Ohio AWARE: Building Statewide Mental Health First Aid Capacity | $345,338

Amity Noltemeyer

Ohio Dept of Education - ODE

Positive Transformations for Ohio Schools: Building Statewide Positive Supports | $109,118

Amity Noltemeyer

Warren County Community Services

Community Assessment for Warren County Community Services Early Learning Center - 2015 | $4,736

$1,563

Jane Richey

Association for Psychological Science

An Investigation of How Metacognitive Instruction and Practice Changes College Students' Learning Behaviors, Motivations, and Performance in Educational Psychology | $15,000

$7,500

Michael Woodin

Talawanda School District

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

$6,000

FAMILY STUDIES AND SOCIAL WORK

$172,669 $54,559

$12,283

Anthony James

Butler County Educational Service Center

Evaluation of Kinship Navigator Program | $4,600

Anthony James

Butler County Educational Service Center

Evaluation of the Butler County Success Program: Year 10 | $18,000

$6,120

Anthony James

Warren County Community Services

Community Assessment for Warren County Community Services Early Learning Center - 2015 | $4,736

$1,563

KINESIOLOGY AND HEALTH Helaine Alessio

$27,318 Oxford Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

Graduate Assistantship in Physical Therapy | $27,318

National Science Foundation - NSF

Capacity Building for Miami University Robert Noyce Scholars | $74,956

TEACHER EDUCATION Nazan Bautista

$4,600

$27,318 $114,235 $26,235


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

TEACHER EDUCATION continued Lena Lee

PNC Foundation

Preschool Experience Enrichment Projects | $40,000

Tammy Schwartz

Cleveland Foundation

Cleveland Urban Cohort | $17,500

$17,500

Tammy Schwartz

Cleveland Foundation

Cleveland Urban Cohort | $17,500

$17,500

Tammy Schwartz

Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund

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

$5,000

Tammy Schwartz

Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund

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

$5,000

Tammy Schwartz

Heister Family Charitable Fund

Cleveland Urban Cohort | $3,000

$3,000

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTING

$40,000

$1,253,843

ADMINISTRATION

$220,448

Brian Kirkmeyer

National Science Foundation - NSF

A Preliminary Investigation of a Social Cognitive Intervention in Early Courses | $367,563

$73,513

Robert Setlock

Ohio Space Grant Consortium - OSGC

OSGC - SICHOP (RockOn 2015) | $5,435

$5,435

Elsevier

CSE Annual High School Programming Contest (HSPC) | $100

Greater Cincinnati Foundation

College of Engineering and Computing Lockheed Martin Leadership Institute | $10,000

$10,000

Lockheed Martin Corporation

College of Engineering and Computing Lockheed Martin Leadership Institute | $130,000

$130,000

Lockheed Martin Corporation

College of Engineering and Computing Lockheed Martin Leadership Institute | $100

$100

Messer Construction Company

College of Engineering and Computing Lockheed Martin Leadership Institute | $300

$300

Trillium Solutions Group Incorporated

Adelstein Senior Capstone Expendable Fund | $1,000

CENTER FOR ANALYTICS AND DATA SCIENCE

$100

$1,000 $75,638

Allstate Insurance Company

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

American Statistical Association

Center for Analytics and Data Science Gift Fund | $638

Cardinal Health Incorporated

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

$25,000

International Business Machines Corporation

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

$25,000

CHEMICAL, PAPER, AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

$25,000 $638

$454,495

Jason Berberich

US Environmental Protection Agency - EPA

Developing Sensitive Biosensor for Detecting Arsenic in Ground Water | $60,000

$48,000

Douglas Coffin

Domtar Corporation

Evaluation of Market Pulp with added Novel Modified Pulps for use in Tissue Papers | $20,000

$20,000


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

CHEMICAL, PAPER, AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING continued D. Steven Keller

Georgia- Pacific Corporation

Developing Mapping Methods for Creped Papers: Imaging the Local Absorption of Liquids and Development of 3D Structural Analysis | $63,337

$63,337

Lei Kerr

Alternatives Research and Development Foundation - ARDF

Development of Respiratory Device in Study the Nanomaterial Desposition in Nasal Olfactory Region | $40,000

$40,000

Lei Kerr

Dayton Area Graduate Studies Institute DAGSI

Development of Microfludic Device for the Study of Aerospace Materials Deposition in the Lung | $43,416

$43,416

Andrew Paluch

American Chemical Society - ACS

Using Ionic Liquid Mixtures for the Extraction of Organosulfur Compounds from Petroleum Streams | $55,000

$55,000

Andrew Paluch

National Science Foundation - NSF

2016 Midwest Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics Conference | $10,000

$10,000

Jessica Sparks

Ohio Department of Higher Education - ODHE Additive and Advanced Manufacturing and Training to Support In Demand Occupations in Southwest Ohio | $381,856

Jessica Sparks

University of Southern California

An Integrative Computational and Bioengineered Tissue Model of Metastasis | $12,500

Georgia Pacific Corp.

Paper Science Equipment Fund | $7,000

$7,000

International Paper Co.

Paper Science Equipment Fund | $2,500

$2,500

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

$152,742 $12,500

$113,356

Eric Bachmann

National Science Foundation - NSF

Realistic Navigation in the Third Dimension Using Low Cost, Portable, Wearable Immersive Virtual Environment Systems | $121,306

$60,653

James Kiper

National Science Foundation - NSF

Collaborative Research: Engaged Student Learning - Design and Development Level II: Using a Cyberlegarning Environment to Improve Student Learning and Engagement in Software Courses | $52,703

$52,703

ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING

$278,400

Dmitriy Garmatyuk

Air Force Research Laboratory - AFRL

Software-Defined Multi-Functional LPI/LPD Adaptive Radar for Network-Centric Applications | $255,400

Yu Morton

The Ohio State University Research Foundation - OSURF

Consortium of Ohio Universities on Navigation & Timekeeping COUNT | $23,000

MECHANICAL AND MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING

$255,400 $23,000 $111,506

Michael Bailey-Van Kuren

American Society for Quality

Physical Therapy Device Development | $877

$877

Jeong-Hoi Koo

Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS)

Application of Magneto-Rheological Elastomers for StiffnessTunable Artificial Skins | $28,274

$28,274

Jeong-Hoi Koo

Sharing and Technologies Incorporated - STI

Enhancing Efficiency of Pico Hydroelectric Generators | $5,000

$5,000

Jeong-Hoi Koo

Sharing and Technologies Incorporated - STI

Enhancing Efficiency of Pico Hydroelectric Generators | $2,500

$2,500


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

MECHANICAL AND MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING continued Amit Shukla

Ethicon Endo-Surgery

Modeling and Simulation of Gen11 Control Loops for Understanding Nonlinear Dynamical Phenomenon in Ultrasonic Cutting Tool | $24,000

Kumar Singh

Dayton Area Graduate Studies Institute DAGSI

Optimization of Control Surface Parameters Towards Active Aerosevoelastic Control | $18,480

Andrew Sommers

Universal Techology Corporation

2014/2015 Aerospace Propulsion Outreach Program | $14,875

$5,206

James VanKuren

Universal Techology Corporation

2014/2015 Aerospace Propulsion Outreach Program | $14,875

$9,669

American Axle and Manufacturing

MME Student Capstone Projects | $5,000

$5,000

MTD Products

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

Swagelok Foundation

MME Student Capstone Projects | $2,500

FARMER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

$24,000

$18,480

$10,000 $2,500 $778,684

ACCOUNTANCY

$137,966 Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $10,000

$10,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $10,000

$10,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $6,300

$6,300

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $5,400

$5,400

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 | $4,959

$4,959

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $4,250

$4,250

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $4,000

$4,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $3,000

$3,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $3,000

$3,000

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 | $2,500

$2,500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $2,400

$2,400

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $2,250

$2,250

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 | $2,000

$2,000


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

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 | $1,500

$1,500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $1,250

$1,250

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $1,000

$1,000

ACCOUNTANCY continued

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 | $1,000

$1,000

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 | $1,000

$1,000

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 | $1,000

$1,000

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $750

$750

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $600

$600

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $500

$500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $500

$500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $500

$500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $500

$500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $500

$500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $500

$500

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $400

$400

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $250

$250

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $250

$250

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $250

$250

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $250

$250

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $250

$250

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $250

$250

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $200

$200

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $200

$200


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $200

$200

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $200

$200

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $150

$150

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $150

$150

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

$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

$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

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $100

$100

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $63

$63

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $58

$58

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $50

$50

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $50

$50

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $50

$50

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $50

$50

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $50

$50

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $50

$50

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $50

$50

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $50

$50

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $50

$50

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $40

$40

ACCOUNTANCY continued


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $38

$38

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $33

$33

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $30

$30

ACCOUNTANCY continued

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Ernst & Young Foundation

EY Support Fund | $25

$25

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

EY Support Fund | $10,000

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $1,500

$1,500

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $1,000

$1,000

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $500

$500

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $500

$500

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $200

$200

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $100

$100

$10,000


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $50

$50

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $10

$10

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $10

$10

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

ACCOUNTANCY continued


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $5

$5

United Way of Central Ohio

EY Support Fund | $6,300

ACCOUNTANCY continued

$6,300

United Way of Central Ohio

EY Support Fund | $5,400

$5,400

United Way Orange County

EY Support Fund | $4,000

$4,000

United Way Orange County

EY Support Fund | $2,000

$2,000

ADMINISTRATION

$63,766 Conagra Foods

Strategy Works | $25,000

Kroger Company

Cincinnati Immersion Week Fund  | $3,000

$3,000

Luxottica Retail

Cincinnati Immersion Week Fund  | $3,000

$3,000

Miscellaneous

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $10

National Standard Parts Associates Incorporated

Albert C. Graf Entrepreneurship Innovation Fund | $4,000

Network for Good

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $1,500

Network for Good

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $486

$486

Network for Good

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $200

$200

Network for Good

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $50

Network for Good

PricewaterhouseCoopers Student/Faculty Support Fund | $20

PNC Foundation

Cincinnati Immersion Week Fund  | $3,000

$3,000

Procter & Gamble Company

Cincinnati Immersion Week Fund  | $3,000

$3,000

Rose-Marie and Jack R. Anderson Foundation

Jack R. Anderson Distinguished Lecture Series Expendable Fund | $16,500

Vigran Family Foundation Incorporated

Vigran Family Fund for Social Entrepreneurship | $4,000

CENTER FOR ANALYTICS AND DATA SCIENCE Sheskey Family Foundation

$25,000

$10 $4,000 $1,500

$50 $20

$16,500 $4,000 $25,000

Sheskey Family Foundation Fund for Miami University's Center for Analytics and Data Science | $25,000

$25,000


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

CENTER FOR BUSINESS EXCELLENCE

PI funding $79,952

Cardinal Health Foundation Incorporated

Center for Business Excellence | $180

$180

Cardinal Health Foundation Incorporated

Center for Business Excellence | $120

$120

Cardinal Health Foundation Incorporated

Center for Business Excellence | $120

$120

Cardinal Health Foundation Incorporated

Center for Business Excellence | $120

$120

Cardinal Health Foundation Incorporated

Center for Business Excellence | $60

$60

Deloitte Foundation

Center for Business Excellence | $500

$500

Duke Energy Foundation

Duke Energy Case Competition | $25,000

$25,000

Huntington Bancshares, Inc.

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

$25,000

Huntington Bancshares, Inc.

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

$25,000

KPMG Foundation

Center for Business Excellence | $50

$50

KPMG Foundation

Center for Business Excellence | $50

$50

PricewaterhouseCoopers Charitable Foundation Incorporated

Center for Business Excellence | $100

$100

Towers Watson

Center for Business Excellence Sponsored Student Fellows Initiative | $1,250

$1,250

Towers Watson

Center for Business Excellence Sponsored Student Fellows Initiative | $1,250

$1,250

Truist

Center for Business Excellence | $19

$19

Truist

Center for Business Excellence | $19

$19

Truist

Center for Business Excellence | $19

$19

Truist

Center for Business Excellence | $19

$19

Truist

Center for Business Excellence | $19

$19

Truist

Center for Business Excellence | $19

$19

Truist

Center for Business Excellence | $19

$19

Truist

Center for Business Excellence | $19

$19

Ernst & Young Foundation

Institute for Entrepreneurship Fund | $1,000

MARKETING

$1,000 $462,000

Timothy Greenlee

The Freeman Foundation

Expanding U.S. Internships in Asia | $367,000

Arthur Jack

DAP Products, Inc.

Spring 2016 MKT 495 Strategy Works DAP Products, Inc. | $35,000

$367,000 $35,000

Arthur Jack

Textron Aviation, Inc.

Fall 2015 Strategy Works - Textron Aviation | $35,000

$35,000


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

Michael McCarthy

ConAgra Foods, Inc.

Spring 2015 Highwire Project (Conagra/Hunt's) | $25,000

Michael McCarthy

PepsiCo, Inc.

Spring 2016 Highwire Project (Pepsi Drinkfinity) | $25,000

PI funding

MARKETING continued

PAGE CENTER FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

$12,500 $12,500 $10,000

Thomas Page Center for Entrepreneurship Expendable Fund | $10,000

HAMILTON CAMPUS

$10,000 $1,504,553

ADMINISTRATION

$328,213

Traci Anderson

US Department of Education - DoED

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

Suesann Sepela

US Department of Education - DoED

Miami University Regional Campuses Student Support Services Program | $220,000

Brittany Staton

Ohio Department of Commerce - ODC

Financial Literacy Education for At-Risk Students at Miami University Regionals | $13,688

BIOLOGY

$94,525 $220,000 $13,688 $15,204

Brian Keane

American Museum of Natural History

The Ecological Relevance of Estrogen Receptor Alpha Expression to Male Prairie Vole Sociosexual Behavior | $2,250

$2,250

Brian Keane

Sigma Xi

The Ecological Relevance of Estrogen Receptor Alpha to Male Prairie Vole Social Behavior | $1,000

$1,000

Anne Minter

Interact for Health

Yoga and Meditation for Self Realization, Emotional & Mental Strength | $13,282

$11,954

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

$152,742

Ayodele Abatan

$152,742

Ohio Department of Higher Education - ODHE Additive and Advanced Manufacturing and Training to Support In Demand Occupations in Southwest Ohio | $381,856

FAMILY STUDIES AND SOCIAL WORK Anthony James

Butler County Educational Service Center

$3,400 Evaluation of Butler County Head Start Program: 2015-16 | $10,000

GEOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL EARTH SCIENCE Mark Krekeler

US Dept of Justice - DOJ

$3,400 $547,722

Development of a Novel Human Materials Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Tool for Forensic Investigations and Operations for U.S. Law Enforcement | $547,722

HISTORY

$547,722

$148,800 Hamilton Community Foundation

Michael J. Colligan History Project | $65,000

$65,000

Hamilton Community Foundation

Michael J. Colligan History Project | $65,000

$65,000

Hamilton Community Foundation

Michael J. Colligan History Project | $15,000

$15,000

Hamilton Community Foundation

Michael J. Colligan History Project | $1,800

$1,800


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

Hamilton Community Foundation

Michael J. Colligan History Project | $1,000

Hamilton Community Foundation

Michael J. Colligan History Project | $500

$500

Hamilton Community Foundation

Michael J. Colligan History Project | $500

$500

HISTORY continued

JUSTICE AND COMMUNITY STUDIES Sarah Woiteshek

$240,000

US Dept of State

Participartory Democracy, Rights and Responsibilities of Citizensship: A Civic Engagement Institute for the 2013 Study of the US for Student Leaders | $240,000

National Science Foundation - NSF

Fall 2016 Mathematics Conference: Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems | $10,000

MATHEMATICS Vahagn Manukian

The Ohio State University

Alternative Routes of Gut Microbial Methylamine Metabolism That May Limit Trimethylamine N-oxide, a Trigger for Atherosclerosis | $65,142

$65,142

$595,592

ADMINISTRATION

$7,250

Susan Baim

Middletown Community Foundation

G. Michael Pratt

Ohio Department of Higher Education - ODHE SCTAI Liaison | $3,500

Social Media Research Round Table | $3,000

$3,000 $3,500

Premier Health Partners

G. Michael and Patricia A. Pratt Regional Academic Innovation Fund | $500

$500

Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education

G. Michael and Patricia A. Pratt Regional Academic Innovation Fund | $250

$250

ART

$1,250 Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education

Virtual Study Abroad at Miami University Middletown: Short-term Exchange of Scholars | $2,500

BIOLOGY Paul Harding

$3,330 $65,142

MIDDLETOWN CAMPUS

Bernard Au

$240,000

$3,330

MICROBIOLOGY Donald Ferguson

$1,000

$1,250 $500

Sigma Xi

Molecular Pathway of HB-EGF/ADAM12S Induced Brown Adipose Tissue | $500

CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY

$500 $5,500

Susan Marine

American Chemical Society - ACS

Miami University Middletown Chemistry Education and Career Day | $2,000

$1,000

Susan Marine

Quaker Chemical Foundation

Chiral Columns for Miami University Middletown's New Forensic Science Degree | $3,500

$1,750


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY continued Janet Marshall

American Chemical Society - ACS

Miami University Middletown Chemistry Education and Career Day | $2,000

$1,000

Janet Marshall

Quaker Chemical Foundation

Chiral Columns for Miami University Middletown's New Forensic Science Degree | $3,500

$1,750

ENGLISH Beth Rimer

$32,780 National Writing Project - NWP

Argreement # B Rimer-SEED2014 | $32,780

HISTORY Marsha Robinson

$32,780 $1,250

Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education

Virtual Study Abroad at Miami University Middletown: Short-term Exchange of Scholars | $2,500

SOCIOLOGY AND GERONTOLOGY

$1,250 $546,062

Robert Seufert

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration - NHTSA

Ohio Department of Public Safety FFY16 - Observation Study | $240,000

$240,000

Robert Seufert

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration - NHTSA

Ohio Department of Public Safety FFY16 - Telephone Survey | $240,000

$240,000

Robert Seufert

Office of Criminal Justice Services- OCJS

Office of Criminal Justice Services-Ohio Crime Victimization Survey 2016 | $58,062

$58,062

Robert Seufert

Ohio Dept of Education - ODE

Healthy Visions-TYRO Rites of Passage Mentoring Grant Evaluation | $8,000

TEACHER EDUCATION Tracey Hoffman

$8,000 $1,000

Community Foundation of West Chester/ Liberty

Online Degree Program for Early Childhood Educators | $1,000

RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP AND GRADUATE SCHOOL

$1,000 $3,227,833

ADMINISTRATION

$96,585

James Oris

Ohio Department of Higher Education - ODHE Additive and Advanced Manufacturing and Training to Support In Demand Occupations in Southwest Ohio | $381,856

$76,371

Neal Sullivan

San Diego Zoo

Fee for Service: Human Subjects Research Program Administration and Protocol Review | $8,750

$8,750

Interpublic Group

Miami AD Week Chicago | $8,000

$8,000

Leo Burnett Co. Inc.

Miami AD Week Chicago | $1,500

$1,500

phd USA

Miami AD Week Chicago | $1,500

$1,500

Various

Royalties | $464

CORPORATE & COMMUNITY INSTITUTE

$464 $147,716

Patricia McNab

City of Monroe

Workplace Writing Program | $3,500

Patricia McNab

Hydro Systems

DiSC Assessments FY 16 | $1,782

$3,500 $1,782


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

CORPORATE & COMMUNITY INSTITUTE Patricia McNab

Hydro Systems

Essential Skills for Managing Projects | $6,172

Patricia McNab

Kutol Products

Lean 5S | $1,325

Patricia McNab

Lakota Local School District

Lean Kaizen Event | $6,600

$6,600

Patricia McNab

Magellan Aerospace

Leadership Coaching for Supervisors & Managers | $4,900

$4,900

Patricia McNab

Southwest Ohio Computer Association

Essential Skills for Managing Projects | $6,437

$6,437

Patricia McNab

Vantiv Corp

Consulting/Coaching Ramez Fiani | $39,000

Patricia McNab

Vantiv Corp

Leadership Consulting | $19,500

$19,500

Patricia McNab

Vantiv Corp

Leadership Consulting | $19,500

$19,500

Patricia McNab

Vantiv Corp

Leadership Consulting - Matthew Downs | $39,000

MYAAMIA CENTER Daryl Baldwin

$6,172 $1,325

$39,000

$39,000 $256,801

Miami Tribe of Oklahoma

Miami Tribe CRO support for SAHE GA | $16,000

$16,000

Miami Tribe of Oklahoma

Myaamia Center Fund | $78,631

$78,631

Miami Tribe of Oklahoma

Myaamia Center Fund | $78,631

$78,631

Miami Tribe of Oklahoma

Myaamia Center Fund | $78,631

$78,631

Miami Tribe of Oklahoma

Myaamia Center Fund | $4,908

$4,908

SCRIPPS GERONTOLOGY CENTER

$2,726,730

Katherine Abbott

Ohio Department of Aging - ODA

OH-What Matters Most | $23,726

Katherine Abbott

Ohio Department of Medicaid

Assessing Preference Based Living in Ohio's Nursing Homes | $328,584

$11,863

Katherine Abbott

Pennsylvania State University

Assessing Resident Preferences to Advance Person Centered Care | $15,738

$15,738

Robert Applebaum

Ohio Department of Aging - ODA

Tracking Long-Term Services Use in Ohio: July 2015 - June 2017 | $104,641

$52,321

Robert Applebaum

Ohio Department of Medicaid

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

James Brown

Duke University

Understanding US Regional Health and Mortality Disparities: A Life Course Approach | $36,422

$36,422

James Brown

Institute of Education Sciences- IES

Mapping Barriers to Community College Completion Among Older Learners: Identifying Malleable Factors to Improve Student Outcomes | $449,938

$112,485

Phyllis Cummins

Institute of Education Sciences- IES

Mapping Barriers to Community College Completion Among Older Learners: Identifying Malleable Factors to Improve Student Outcomes | $449,938

$224,969

Phyllis Cummins

Ohio Department of Aging - ODA

Ohio's Combined WIOA Plan: Identifying Strategies and Supports to Improve Outcomes for Older Workers | $16,748

$328,584

$125,000

$16,748


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

SCRIPPS GERONTOLOGY CENTER continued Suzanne Kunkel

National Association of Area Agencies on Aging

Information and Planning: Understanding the Capacity of the ging Network | $69,326

$69,326

Suzanne Kunkel

Ohio Department of Higher Education - ODHE Long Term Care Research | $650,600

Suzanne Kunkel

Ohio Department of Medicaid

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

Elizabeth Lokon

Alzheimer's Foundation of America

Training Institute Participant Scholarships 2016 | $5,000

$5,000

Elizabeth Lokon

Arts Wave

Opening Minds through Art (OMA): Facilitator Training | $3,000

$3,000

Elizabeth Lokon

Easter Seals Florida, Inc.

Opening Minds through Art (OMA): An Intergenerational Art Program for People with Dementia -- Customized Facilitator Training | $6,556

$6,556

Elizabeth Lokon

Kappa Kappa Gamma

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

$1,500

Elizabeth Lokon

Ohio Department of Medicaid

Opening Minds through Art (OMA): A Scripps Art Program for People with Dementia | $174,235

Elizabeth Lokon

Woodland Country Manor

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

Kathryn McGrew

Administration on Aging

A Caregiver Respite Strategy for the State of Ohio: Implementation and Evaluation | $42,000

$42,000

Kathryn McGrew

Institute of Education Sciences- IES

Mapping Barriers to Community College Completion Among Older Learners: Identifying Malleable Factors to Improve Student Outcomes | $449,938

$112,485

Kathryn McGrew

Ohio Department of Aging - ODA

OH-What Matters Most | $23,726

$11,863

Khadijeh Mehdizadeh

Ohio Department of Aging - ODA

Tracking Long-Term Services Use in Ohio: July 2015 - June 2017 | $104,641

$52,321

Elizabeth Rohrbaugh

Colonial

Opening Minds through Art (OMA): An Intergenerational Art Program for People with Demenia | $8,000

$8,000

Elizabeth Rohrbaugh

Heartland of Woodridge

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

$1,500

Elizabeth Rohrbaugh

Mason Christian Village

Opening Minds through Art (OMA): An Intergenerational Art Program for People with Dementia | $5,000

$5,000

Elizabeth Rohrbaugh

Pristine Senior Living of Oxford, LLC

Opening Minds through Art (OMA): An Intergenerational Art Program for People with Dementia | $3,000

$3,000

Jane Straker

Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging

Caregiver Toolkit Workshop Evaluation | $7,271

Jane Straker

Ohio Department of Aging - ODA

Development and Testing of Ohio's Facility Satisfaction Surveys | $87,267

Jane Straker

Ohio Department of Aging - ODA

ODA Straker 16/17 | $324,085

$650,600 $125,000

$174,235 $1,000

$7,271 $87,267 $324,085


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

SCRIPPS GERONTOLOGY CENTER continued Janardan Subedi

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Genetic Epidemiology of Ocular Health and Disease | $83,928

$83,928

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 | $25,000

$25,000

Kappa Phi Nationals

OMA - Opening Minds Through Art | $2,282

Moon Cooperative

OMA - Opening Minds Through Art | $383

OTHER OFFICES

$14,500 Scioto County Area Foundation

Miami University Summer Scholars Program | $14,500

CAREER SERVICES Michael Goldman

$14,500 $214,931

University of Cincinnati

Enhancing Cooperative Education and Internships in Southwest Ohio | $49,500

$49,500

Abercrombie & Fitch Company

Career Partners Program | $10,000

$10,000

Aldi Inc.

Career Partners Program | $5,000

$5,000

Alliance Data

Career Partners Program | $10,000

$10,000

Corporate Executive Board

Career Partners Program | $3,000

$3,000

Coyote Logistics LLC

Career Partners Program | $5,000

$5,000

Crowe Horwath LLP

Career Partners Program | $5,000

$5,000

E & J Gallo Winery

Career Partners Program | $5,431

$5,431

IGS Energy

Career Partners Program | $5,000

$5,000

Kohl's

Career Partners Program | $5,000

$5,000

Macy's Corporate Services Incorporated

Career Partners Program | $2,500

$2,500

National Interstate

Career Partners Program | $2,500

$2,500

Tata Consultancy Services Limited

Career Partners Program | $7,000

University of Notre Dame Donor Advised Fund

Gary and Julie Killian Expendable Fund | $100,000

FINANCE AND BUSINESS SERVICES John McCandless

$383 $2,586,914

ADMISSION Lindsey Holden

$2,282

Office of Public Affairs

$7,000 $100,000 $5,000

Reimbursement of Joint Operations Expenses from the Treasury Forfeiture Fund | $5,000

GLOBAL INITIATIVES

$5,000 $102,700

Mary Jane Berman

Clarity Creative Group

Global Rhythms @ Consumer Electronics Show | $14,200

Mary Jane Berman

Clarity Creative Group

Global Rhythms @ Consumer Electronics Show | $700

Mary Jane Berman

Oxford Community Foundation

Latin American and Caribbean Festival | $1,500

$14,200 $700 $1,500


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

GLOBAL INITIATIVES continued Cheryl Young

Office of Chinese Language Council International

Confucius Institute at Miami to Create Chinese Language and Cultural Opportunities | $60,000

$60,000

Cheryl Young

Office of Chinese Language Council International

Confucius Institute at Miami to Create Chinese Language and Cultural Opportunities | $26,300

$26,300

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

$23,525

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $6,250

$6,250

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $4,030

$4,030

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $4,000

$4,000

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $2,250

$2,250

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $2,000

$2,000

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $500

$500

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $500

$500

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $500

$500

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $500

$500

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $300

$300

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $250

$250

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $250

$250

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $250

$250

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $250

$250

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $250

$250

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $200

$200

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $150

$150

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $150

$150

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $110

$110

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $110

$110

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $100

$100

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $100

$100

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $100

$100

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $100

$100

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $100

$100

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $75

$75

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $50

$50


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

PI funding

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES continued International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $25

$25

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $25

$25

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $25

$25

International Business Machines Corporation

Gift-in-Kind | $25

INSTITUTIONAL RELATIONS Randi Thomas

$25 $100,000

Other

Capital Improvement of the "The Mill" Incubator | $100,000

INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

$100,000 $778,072

Elizabeth Bath

Mid-American Conference

NCAA Special Assistance Fund | $45,151

Elizabeth Bath

National Collegiate Athletic Association NCAA

NCAA Academic Enhancement Fund | $76,705

$76,705

Elizabeth Bath

National Collegiate Athletic Association NCAA

NCAA Student Support Fund | $54,624

$54,624

Elizabeth Bath

National Collegiate Athletic Association NCAA

NCAA Student-Athlete Opportunity Fund | $306,500

$306,500

Elizabeth Bath

National Collegiate Athletic Association NCAA

NCAA Student-Athlete Opportunity Fund | $295,092

$295,092

OFFICE OF COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND SERVICE Jessica Weasner

Andrew Goodman Foundation

$1,500 Vote Everywhere | $1,500

RECREATIONAL SPORTS CENTER Jennifer Siliko

Ohio Dept of Natural Resources - ODNR

$45,151

$1,500 $18,618

Outdoor Pursuit Center Kayaking Instruction Program | $18,618

STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

$18,618 $681,488

Elizabeth Johnson

Scioto County Area Foundation

Brent Shock

Ohio Department of Higher Education - ODHE Ohio College Opportunity Act | $634,388

The Scioto County Area Foundation | $47,100

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES

$47,100 $634,388 $19,784

Rebecca Getson

Attorney General's Office

For Respect: Miami University Advocacy | $14,566

Rebecca Getson

Ohio Department of Higher Education - ODHE It's On Us to Change Campus Culture | $1,835

$1,835

Leslie McNeill

Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction - ODADAS

$3,383

Miami University Bacchus Student Engagement Initiative | $3,383

UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT David J. Joseph Company

$14,566

$250 Cincinnati Miami Merger Scholarship Fund | $250

$250


BY THE NUMBERS FUNDING BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Principal investigator (PI)

Sponsor

Project title | total project funding

UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES

PI funding $626,546

Jerome Conley

Ohio Department of Higher Education - ODHE MU Regional Library Program | $601,960

$601,960

John Millard

Institute of Museum and Library Services IMLS

Building the Scholars Dashboard: Recipes for on-demand Digital Scholarship Infrastructure | $23,483

$11,742

Elias Tzoc Caniz

Institute of Museum and Library Services IMLS

Building the Scholars Dashboard: Recipes for on-demand Digital Scholarship Infrastructure | $23,483

$11,742

Bear River Press

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $24

Cambridge University Press

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $5

Chinese American Professional Society

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $4

Fisk University

Havighurst Special Collections Library | $200

$200

Franciscan Sisters Of The Poor Archives

Havighurst Special Collections Library | $200

$200

Goteborgs Konstmuseum

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $10

$10

Japan Publishing Industry Foundation for Culture

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $50

$50

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $75

$75

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $5

$5

Miscellaneous

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $69

$69

Miscellaneous

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $65

$65

Miscellaneous

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $53

$53

Miscellaneous

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $25

$25

Miscellaneous

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $15

$15

Miscellaneous

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $5

$5

Miscellaneous

Havighurst Special Collections Library | $15

$15 $28

$24 $5 $4

New York University Press

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $28

Queens College CUNY

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $5

$5

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $10

$10

Turnberry Consulting US Inc

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $20

University Of Cincinnati Main Campus

Havighurst Special Collections Library | $200

University Of Vermont

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $5

$5

US Geological Survey - USGS

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $5

$5

W.E. Plunkett & Associates

Gifts-in-Kind-Library | $10

$10

$20 $200


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