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The Bright Side of Grants 

June 2013

Office of Sponsored Programs, Chris ne Chamberlain, Director

In This Issue:  1. Success Story 2. Grants Resource Center News 3. Upcoming Deadlines Lists of FY12 and FY13 grant recipients are included at the end of the Bright Side! OSP commends the hard work of all the GVSU Principal Inves gators.

Volume V, Issue 2

FY 2012 Submissions/Awards (to date)  Submissions

169

$51,559,973

Awards

100

$21,003,973

FY 2013 Submissions/Awards (to date)  Submissions

179

$38,206,699

Awards

77

$15,680,641

1. Success Story GRPS Students Experience College Life About 33 incoming ninth grade students from Grand Rapids Public Schools visited Grand Valley June 11‐14 to experience life as a college student. The visit was part of the Michigan Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) ini a ve, a college awareness program at Grand Valley that provides academic support and en‐ couragement to students from Grand Rapids. The students, from Gerald R. Ford and Riverside middle schools, toured campus, including classrooms, com‐ puter labs and campus dining restaurants. The GEAR UP program received a $52,400 grant in March to con nue through 2018 from the U.S. Depart‐ ment of Educa on and the State of Michigan. The program is coordinated by staff members in Grand Valley’s Office of Mul cultural Affairs. Bobby Jo Springer, associate director of OMA and GEAR UP program manager, said nearly 500 students will visit Grand Valley by the end of the summer. The program also supports current GRPS seventh grade students. GEAR UP is a na onal effort and all 15 public universi‐ es in Michigan have a program. For more informa on, visit www.gvsu.edu/oma.


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2. Grants Resource Center News NIH Supports Research to Reduce Nega ve Health Stereotypes, from GrantWeek, June 24, 2013  The Na onal Ins tutes of Health (NIH) recently released new program announcements that examine the im‐ pact of social s gma on a person’s physical and mental health, well‐being, and aging through three mecha‐ nisms: research projects,exploratory/developmental research and small grants. These program announce‐ ments will stay open through September 8, 2016. NIH is interested in studying the influence of s gma on access and demographic dispari es: health behaviors; use, access to, and quality of received healthcare services; and health dispari es affec ng vulnerable demo‐ graphic groups. It also seeks to develop interven on strategies to reduce health‐related s gma and/or the nega ve health and life course developmental impacts of s gma. Five NIH ins tutes support this ini a ve, each with their own priori es: Na onal Ins tute on Aging, Na onal Cancer Ins tute, Na onal Ins tute on Deafness and Other Communica on Disorders, Na onal Ins tute of Mental Health, and Na onal Human Ge‐ nome Research Ins tute. For more details and specific contacts within each NIH ins tute, see the program announcements.

Funding Available for the Study of Violence, from GrantWeek, June 24, 2013  The Harry Frank Guggenheim (HFG) Founda on offers research grants and disserta on fellowships to individ‐ uals, regardless of ci zenship, in the natural and social sciences and the humani es. The HFG Founda on gives highest priority to research that can increase understanding and ameliora on of urgent problems of violence, aggression, and dominance. Research grants <due August 1, annually> provide $15,000 to $40,000 for up to two years, while disserta on fellowships due February 1, annually support at least 10 awards of $20,000 over one year. Applicants to both programs may choose from several research priori es: youth, family, media, crime, biology, war and peace, terrorism, and religion, ethnicity, na onalism. The HFG Founda on was started in 1929 and is separate from the other Guggenheim family philanthropy projects. Harry Guggenheim, a founder of Newsday, had a strong interest in avia on, publishing, and social issues. He established the founda on because he believed “solid, though ul, scholarly and scien fic re‐ search, experimenta on, and analysis would…accomplish more than the usual solu ons impelled by urgency rather than understanding.” Over the years, faculty members from several GRC ins tu ons have received awards from this highly compe ve program: California State University‐Los Angeles, Buffalo State College (N.Y.), William Paterson University (N.J.), University of Kentucky and University of Southern Mississippi.


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2. Grants Resource Center News, Cont. DOD FY 13 Sequestra on Budget Update, from GrantWeek, June 17, 2013  Sequestra on cuts to the U.S. Department of Defense’s (DoD) science and technology programs in FY 13 are close to $1 billion. Because of the indiscriminate nature of the budget cuts, reduc ons are expected in nearly all DoD research programs, including the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and military services, by roughly 8 percent midway through FY 13. Alan Shaffer, the ac ng assistant secretary of defense for research and engineering explains that “significant cutbacks not just in government labs, but also to the grants and contracts the military issues to industry and academic ins tu ons” are expected to con nue. DoD will cut university grants this year by $200 million and may en rely eliminate scholarships for science and mathema cs students under the Science Mathema cs & Research for Transforma on (SMART) program. The hiring of new scien sts will also be very limited this year. One hundred programs across DoD have seen a reduc on or total loss of funding due to sequestra on. The Navy terminated more than 300 grants to universi es and half of its efforts to build future naval capability. DARPA reduced awards to outside ins tu ons and pulled money away from roughly 100 DARPA programs. The cuts to science and technology could poten ally get even larger as the Pentagon struggles to shuffle money between its accounts for the remainder of the fiscal year. Although the current outlook is a bit grim, it is hoped that sequestra on will be repealed by Congress in the coming months and the proposed $12 billion in science and technology spending will be available next fiscal year. See DoD’s sequestra on page for more informa on.

NEA FY 13 Sequestra on Budget Update and Member Awards, from GrantWeek, June 17, 2013  The Na onal Endowment for the Arts (NEA) was able to diminish some of the effects of the sequestra on in FY 13, redirec ng unused money from its previous grants cycle. Facing an across the board 5 percent cut mandated by Congress, the shi in funds allowed NEA to limit grant cuts to 3.2 percent of their FY 13 budg‐ et. These cuts will not be retroac ve and may be applied to future award cycles. Despite the looming cuts, NEA was able to award $26.3 million in FY 13 Art Works grants to 817 applicants across 13 disciplines. Congratula ons to a number of GRC member ins tu ons who won awards:  Arts Educa on ‐ University of Central Oklahoma received $45,000 and University of Northern Colorado received $25,000  Design ‐ California State University, Long Beach received $40,000 and University of Illinois at Chicago re‐ ceived $20,000  Folk and Tradi onal Arts ‐ Arkansas State University received $30,000  Museums ‐ University of Kentucky received $20,000 and Wichita State University received $60,000  Music ‐ San Diego State University received $10,000 Descrip ons of the GRC member projects, as well as other projects that received Art Works grants, can be found in the Spring 2013 Grant Announcement. Informa on on the current round of Art Works grants, due August 8, 2013, appeared in the June 10 edi on of GrantWeek.


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2. Grants Resource Center News, Cont. NSF FY 13 Sequestra on Budget Update, from GrantWeek, June 3, 2013  Reviewing the effects of sequestra on during a speech at the Federal Demonstra on Partnership mee ng last month (May 13‐14, 2013), Na onal Science Founda on (NSF) Policy Office Head Jean Feldman reported minimal FY 13 cuts to NSF staff, con nuing awards, and ongoing construc on projects. Unfortunately, Feld‐ man also indicated that harsher budget reduc ons would be made to new research awards. NSF predicts a reduc on of nearly 1,000 research grants with an impact on nearly 12,000 applicants: principal inves gators (PIs), undergraduate and graduate students, and grant‐funded support posi ons. The NSF also issued an update on how the Further Con nuing Appropria ons Act of 2013 (enacted on March 26, 2013) has affected FY 13 funding for their Poli cal Science Program. The act contains a provision that re‐ stricts funding only to research projects that the Director of the Na onal Science Founda on cer fies as pro‐ mo ng na onal security or the economic interests of the United States. Any unobligated balances for the Po‐ li cal Science Program may be provided for other scien fic research and studies that do not duplicate those being funded by other Federal agencies. With respect to FY 13 extensions of ARRA (American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009) awards, PIs were no fied in late September 2012 if their awards were included on the Office of Management and Budg‐ et’s approved waiver request list. These awards are granted extensions and other no‐cost ac ons are per‐ mi ed as long as they are consistent with the scope and original terms of the award. However, grants not on the list cannot be extended past September 30, 2013, and any other no‐cost ac ons must be completed by that date. For ques ons on NSF ARRA, email NSFARRAReviewer@nsf.gov.

New Health and Climate Database to Benefit Researchers Na on‐wide, from GrantWeek, June 3,  2013  In an effort to open the door for new scien fic insights in the public health and climate science communi es, The United States Environmental Protec on Agency has recently introduced the Metadata Access Tool for Climate and Health (MATCH). This tool is a publicly accessible digital pla orm for searching and integra ng metadata—standardized contextual informa on—extracted from more than 9,000 health, environment, and climate‐science datasets held by six Federal agencies. MATCH will help researchers and public health officials integrate the latest informa on from across environ‐ mental and health disciplines in order to inform more effec ve responses to climate and health threats. For instance, using MATCH, a scien st can search metadata records to pinpoint environmental datasets about flooding frequency in a certain region of the United States and health datasets about outbreaks of water‐ borne diseases in the same loca on in order to inves gate correla ons between the two—a synthesis that could produce ac onable insights for public health professionals, regional planners, and policy makers. To find out more about this new tool visit h p://www.globalchange.gov/what‐we‐do/climate‐change‐health.


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2. Grants Resource Center News, Cont. NSF FY 13 Sequestra on Budget Update, from GrantWeek, June 3, 2013  Reviewing the effects of sequestra on during a speech at the Federal Demonstra on Partnership mee ng last month (May 13‐14, 2013), Na onal Science Founda on (NSF) Policy Office Head Jean Feldman reported minimal FY 13 cuts to NSF staff, con nuing awards, and ongoing construc on projects. Unfortunately, Feld‐ man also indicated that harsher budget reduc ons would be made to new research awards. NSF predicts a reduc on of nearly 1,000 research grants with an impact on nearly 12,000 applicants: principal inves gators (PIs), undergraduate and graduate students, and grant‐funded support posi ons. The NSF also issued an update on how the Further Con nuing Appropria ons Act of 2013 (enacted on March 26, 2013) has affected FY 13 funding for their Poli cal Science Program. The act contains a provision that re‐ stricts funding only to research projects that the Director of the Na onal Science Founda on cer fies as pro‐ mo ng na onal security or the economic interests of the United States. Any unobligated balances for the Po‐ li cal Science Program may be provided for other scien fic research and studies that do not duplicate those being funded by other Federal agencies. With respect to FY 13 extensions of ARRA (American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009) awards, PIs were no fied in late September 2012 if their awards were included on the Office of Management and Budg‐ et’s approved waiver request list. These awards are granted extensions and other no‐cost ac ons are per‐ mi ed as long as they are consistent with the scope and original terms of the award. However, grants not on the list cannot be extended past September 30, 2013, and any other no‐cost ac ons must be completed by that date. For ques ons on NSF ARRA, email NSFARRAReviewer@nsf.gov.

New Health and Climate Database to Benefit Researchers Na on‐wide, from GrantWeek, June 3,  2013  In an effort to open the door for new scien fic insights in the public health and climate science communi es, The United States Environmental Protec on Agency has recently introduced the Metadata Access Tool for Climate and Health (MATCH). This tool is a publicly accessible digital pla orm for searching and integra ng metadata—standardized contextual informa on—extracted from more than 9,000 health, environment, and climate‐science datasets held by six Federal agencies. MATCH will help researchers and public health officials integrate the latest informa on from across environ‐ mental and health disciplines in order to inform more effec ve responses to climate and health threats. For instance, using MATCH, a scien st can search metadata records to pinpoint environmental datasets about flooding frequency in a certain region of the United States and health datasets about outbreaks of water‐ borne diseases in the same loca on in order to inves gate correla ons between the two—a synthesis that could produce ac onable insights for public health professionals, regional planners, and policy makers. To find out more about this new tool visit h p://www.globalchange.gov/what‐we‐do/climate‐change‐health.


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2. Grants Resource Center News, Cont. NEH Offers New Enduring Ques ons Grants, from GrantWeek, June 3, 2013  The Na onal Endowment for the Humani es (NEH) has released a solicita on for the new round of Enduring Ques ons grants. The grants offer funding to faculty to develop new courses that will encourage undergradu‐ ates and teachers to use the humani es to grapple with a fundamental concern of human life. Through a deep and sustained program of reading, students will encounter influen al thinkers from across previous centuries to the present day. In its last five annual compe ons, the Enduring Ques ons program received approximately 193 applica ons per year. The program made an average of nineteen awards per year, for a funding ra o of 10 percent. Award descrip ons from previous grantees can be found here, including examples from GRC members: Uni‐ versity of North Carolina, Charlo e; Wheaton College; Cheyney University of Pennsylvania; State University of New York, The College at Brockport; and Saginaw Valley State University. Applica ons are due by September 12, 2013 for awards of up to $38,000. The award amount is dependent on the number of project directors indicated in the applica on. The grant period may last between 18 and 36 months. For more informa on, contact the NEH Division of Educa on Programs at 202/606‐8380 or enduringques‐ ons@neh.gov.

DOE FY 13 Sequestra on Budget Update, from GrantWeek, May 29, 2013  Despite sequestra on, the Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded more than $1.2 billion in energy subsi‐ dies with the majority of them going to solar, wind, and renewable energy. Although facing an 8.7% funding cut from 2012 levels, DOE is pressing ahead with awards for green technology in programs like the 1603 Pro‐ gram. Agency wide furloughs are expected to affect agency employees and lab contractors for the last six months of FY13 and into FY14. Taking preemp ve ac on, the Office of Science cau ously operated at a spending rate below the current Con nuing Resolu on level in early FY 13 (October 2012 to February 2013). The Biological and Environmental Research (BER) program has faced wide ranging impacts spanning low dose radia on, biofuel feedstock, and carbon cycle research. Three funding opportunity announcements were cancelled, impac ng over 25 grants and more grant cancella ons may happen before fiscal year end. DOE Labs across the country have faced re‐ duc ons in their BER research programs. Funding in Fusion Energy Sciences, High Energy Physics, and Nuclear Physics has also been reduced. Overall, the reduc ons in facili es opera ons at DOE labs will have a nega ve effect on university and private sector research. Over 25,000 scien sts na onwide rely on Office of Science user facili es for their research. S ll, substan al FY 13 awards con nue to be made and opportuni es will con nue to be announced if only at a slower rate.


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3. Upcoming Deadlines Arts / Humani es / Interna onal Gerald R. Ford Library and Museum ‐ Research Travel Grants Program (due Sep. 15) Graham Founda on ‐ Grants Program (due Sep. 15) Na onal Endowment for the Humani es ‐ Digital Humani es Start‐Up Grants (due Sep. 12) Na onal Endowment for the Humani es ‐ Enduring Ques ons (due Sep. 12)

Educa on / Economic and Community Development  American Educa onal Research Associa on ‐ AERA Grants Program (due Sep. 5) US Department of Educa on ‐ Cogni on and Student Learning (due Sep. 4) US Department of Educa on ‐ Effec ve Teachers and Effec ve Teaching (du Sep. 4) US Department of Educa on ‐ Mathema cs and Science Educa on Research

Health / Mental Health  Arthri s Founda on ‐ Research Support (due Aug. 30) Cys c Fibrosis Founda on ‐ Research and Training Grants (due Sp. 11) Na onal Ins tutes of Health ‐ NIH Instrumenta on Grants (due Sep. 13) Na onal Ins tutes of Health ‐ NICHD: Educa onal Programs (due Sep. 25)

Science / Engineering  Fats and Proteins Research Founda on, Inc. ‐ Research Grant Program (Sep. 15) Na onal Science Founda on ‐ Water Sustainability and Climate (due Sep. 10) Na onal Science Founda on ‐ Biomedical Engineering (due Sep. 17) US Department of Defense ‐ STEM for K‐12 and Ins tu ons of Higher Educa on (due Sep. 30)

A complete list of upcoming deadlines is available on our website, under the “News and Events” tab.


FY 2012--Awarded

$21,003,973

Academic and Student Affairs Division‐‐Gayle R. Davis, Provost and Vice President Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies (BCOIS) ‐‐ Anne Hiskes, Dean 1 Lake Michigan Writing Project Lindsay Ellis 2 Latin American Studies Zulema Moret 3 Padnos International Center Jeremy Robinson

SEED Teacher Leadership Development

William Crawley 2 Criminal Justice, School of Julie Yunker 3 Johnson Center James Edwards 4 Johnson Center James Edwards & Robin Leonard 5 Johnson Center James Edwards & Robin Leonard 6 Johnson Center John Risley & Julien Kouame

7 Johnson Center Nancy Koester

8 Public, Nonprofit and Health Administration, School of Priscilla Kimboko

9 Public, Nonprofit and Health Administration, School of Quincy Williams

$20,000

National Writing Project Latin American Film Festival

$500

Michigan Humanities Council Japan‐America Collegiate Exchange Travel Program:  "Traditional Japanese Theater in Osaka, Japan"

$40,000

Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership

College of Community and Public Service (CCPS) ‐‐ George Grant, Jr., Dean 1 CCPS Dean's Office

$60,500

Project Safe Neighborhoods FY2011

$1,911,609 $100,656

U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Police Precision Driving

$86,933

Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards  (MCOLES) State of Generosity Book & Electronic Platform

$500,000

W.K. Kellogg Foundation State of Generosity Book & Electronic Platform

$5,000

McGregor Fund State of Generosity Book & Electronic Platform

$25,000

Guido A. and Elizabeth H. Binda Foundation Community Transformation Grant: Capacity‐Building for  Kent County, Michigan

$11,800

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services  (DHHS)/Centers for Disease Control (CDC)/Spectrum  Health Hospitals Community Family Partnership ‐ System of Care 5 Year  Evaluation

$1,174,820

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services‐ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services  Administration/Network 180 Geriatric Education Center of Michigan, Year 2 of 5

$5,400

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services  (DHHS)/Health Resources & Services Administration  (HRSA)/Michigan State University Subaward City of Muskegon Youth Recreation Grant: Diane Miller City of Muskegon

$2,000


FY 2012--Awarded

$21,003,973

College of Education (COE) ‐‐ Elaine Collins, Dean 1 COE Center for Educational Partnerships Claudia Sowa Wojciakowski 2 COE Center for Educational Partnerships Claudia Sowa Wojciakowski & Michael Posthumus 3 COE Center for Educational Partnerships Forrest Clift & Monica Harris 4 COE Leadership and Learning Ellen Schiller 5 COE Leadership and Learning Vicki Kamps & Jane Hayes 6 TRiO Upward Bound Arnie Smithalexander 7 TRiO Upward Bound Arnie Smithalexander

$2,763,424 Groundswell Program Support Baldwin Foundation Groundswell FORCES

Andrew Booth & Theresa Bacon‐Baguley

GVSU Foundations of Service Learning Course Support

Al Steinman 2 AWRI Bopi Biddanda

3 AWRI Bopi Biddanda

$3,500

Michigan Campus Compact Improving Teacher Quality

$161,959

U.S. Department of Education/Michigan Department of  Education The 'Don't Forget the Kids' Literacy Project

$1,250

Grand Traverse Community Foundation TRiO Upward Bound (5‐year award)

$2,136,788

U.S. Department of Education TRiO Upward Bound Program

$387,627

U.S. Department of Education $999,891 Physician Assistant Training in Primary Care (5‐year  award)

$999,891

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services  (DHHS)/Health Resources and Services Administration  (HRSA)

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) ‐‐ Frederick J. Antczak, Dean 1 AWRI

$62,300

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

College of Health Professions (CHP) ‐‐ Roy Olsson, Jr., Dean 1 Physician Assistant Studies

$10,000

 Silver Lake Nutrient Loading

$3,998,268 $60,808

Silver Lake Improvement Board NASA Michigan Space Grant Graduate Fellowship  (Michael Snider)

$5,000

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) NASA Michigan Space Grant Administration National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M)

$1,500


FY 2012--Awarded 4 AWRI

Bopi Biddanda & Ryan Thum 5 AWRI Carl Ruetz 6 AWRI

Carl Ruetz 7 AWRI Carl Ruetz & Ryan Thum 8 AWRI Janet Vail

9 AWRI Janet Vail 10 AWRI Janet Vail 11 AWRI

Janet Vail 12 AWRI John Koches

13 AWRI John Koches

14 AWRI

Kevin Strychar

$21,003,973 Building Partnerships in Water Research between GVSU  and MSU: The Molecular Genetic Basis for Invasiveness of  Milfoils and A Time‐series Lake Observatory for  Investigating Ecosystem Metabolism in Muskegon Lake

$55,800

Michigan State University USR Task Order #1(B)

$4,743

Consumers Energy Funds to URS Corporation Milton & Susan Meston Environmantal Fund to Support  Graduate Assistant to Study Sturgeon Population on  Muskegon Lake and River

$1,000

Muskegon Community Foundation/Milton & Susan  Meston Lake Sturgeon Population Dynamics in the Kalamazoo  River

$50,000

Gun Lake Tribe (Match‐E‐Be‐Nash‐She‐Wish Band of  Pottawatomi Indians) EPA/MDEQ/CMU: Great Lakes Connection

$8,000

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)/Michigan  Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ)/CMU:  Great Lakes Connection  EPA/MDNRE/CMU Great Lakes Connections (Phase 2)

$2,000

 EPA/MDNRE/CMU Great Lakes Connections (Phase 2) Coordinated Onboard Education and Outreach

$250,000

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)/Great Lakes  Restoration Inititive (GLRI) NOAA/Lake Michigan Indiana DNR Costal  Program/LaPorte County Soil & Water Conservation  District

$6,000

National Oceanic & Admospheric Administration (NOAA) Houghton Lake E. Coli Reduction Subaward

$117,223

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)/Michigan  Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ)/Muskegon  River Watershed Assembly BMPs Implementation to Restore High Priority Riparian  Areas

$85,436

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)/Great Lakes  Restoration Initiative (GLRI)/Muskegon River Watershed  Assembly Genetic Affinities in Populations of the Invasive Indo‐ Pacific Coral Tubastaea Micranthus on Northern Gulf of  Mexico Platform: Multiple Invasions? U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI)/ Bureau of Ocean  Energy Management (BOEM)/Louisiana Universities  Marine Consortium (LUMCON)

$76,698


FY 2012--Awarded 15 AWRI Mark Luttenton 16 AWRI Richard Rediske 17 AWRI Richard Rediske 18 AWRI Richard Rediske 19 AWRI Richard Rediske

20 AWRI Richard Rediske 21 AWRI

Richard Rediske 22 AWRI Richard Rediske 23 AWRI

Richard Rediske 24 AWRI Ryan Thum 25 AWRI Ryan Thum 26 Biology Amy Russell 27 Biology Amy Russell

$21,003,973 Mainstream Au Sable Brown Trout Habitat Use and  Movement

$54,159

Anglers of the Au Sable and Trout Unlimited Muskegon County Public Health: Beach Monitoring 2012

$6,500

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Forecasting Predictive Models II

$10,000

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Burbot PCB Analysis

$6,200

U.S. Geological Survey Flat River Monitoring Project

$5,000

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality  (MEDQ)/Schrems West Michigan Trout Unlimited  Subcontract Tyler Creek E. Coli Reduction Project

$36,790

Michigan Department of Environmental  Quality/Timberland RC&D, Inc. Predicting the Impact of Contaminants Delivered by  Pacific Salmon on Fish Communities in Great Lakes  Tributaries

$25,000

Great Lakes Fishery Trust (GLFT)/University of Notre  Dame Subaward Analysis of Sediment Samples from Muskegon Lake for  Total Organic Carbon and Grain Size

$13,991

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Investigation of Sediment Toxicity in White Lake for  Removing the Degradation of Benthos Beneficial Use  Impairment

$2,830

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) APMS Quantitative Genetics Approach to Identifying  Genetic Architecture

$40,000

The Aquatic Plant Management Society, Inc. Comparative Study of Seed Germination Rate in Hybrid  vs. Eurasian and Northern Watermilfoil

$27,160

W.E. Energies Mitigation Enhancement Fund Analyzing Population Limits and Gene Flow in Perimyotis  Subflavus with Application to White‐Nose Conservation

$2,906

Bat Conservation International Genetic Approaches to Defining the Taxonomic and  Conservation Units for the Hawaiian Hoary Bat U.S. Geological Survey

$19,997


FY 2012--Awarded 28 Biology Erik Nordman

29 Biomedical Sciences

Deborah Lown 30 Cell and Molecular Biology (CMB)

Dawn Hart 31 Chemistry Andrew Korich 32 Chemistry

Christopher Lawrence 33 Chemistry Shannon Biros 34 Communications, School of Keith Oppenheim 35 Geology Figen Mekik 36 Geology John Weber

37 Geology John Weber

$21,003,973 Offshore Wind Energy Outreach and Education for  Michigan

$4,924

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration  (NOAA)/University of Michigan/Michigan State University  Subaward Examining Disparities in Food Access and Enhancing the  Food Security of Underserved Populations in Michigan  Subcontract (5‐year award)

$573,083

U.S. Department of Agriculture/National Institute of Food  and Agriculture/University of Michigan Subcontract RUI: Elucidating Regulatory Mechanisms for Bridging the  Contractile Ring With the Cellular Membrane in Fission  Yeast Cytokinesis

$248,000

National Science Foundation (NSF) NASA/MSGC Seed Grant: Molecular Assemblies for Gas  Storage Devices from Dynamic Bonds

$2,475

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/University of Michigan Hope College NSF MRI Subcontract: Acquisition of a  Computer for Research and Teaching by the Northwest  Undergraduate Computational Chemistry Consortium

$3,428

National Science Foundation (NSF)/Hope College  Subcontract TIM Consortium: A Dispersed REU Site in Theoretically  Interesting Molecules Subaward

$10,828

National Science Foundation/Northern Kentucky  University University Research Foundation Subcontract Social Media and Multiple Platforms: Learning from the  Pros, Bringing it to the Classroom

$3,000

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass  Communication (AEJMC) Carbonate Preservation in Pelagic Sediments: Developing  a New Aragonite Preservation Proxy

$87,087

National Science Foundation (NSF) NASA Michigan Space Grant Undergraduate Minority  Fellowship (Jacqueline Bussey)

$3,500

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) NASA Michigan Space Grant Undergraduate Fellowship  (Caitlin Leslie) National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M)

$2,500


FY 2012--Awarded 38 Math Charlene Beckmann

39 Math Paul Fishback 40 Modern Languages & Literatures Jason Yancey 41 Physics Karen Gipson

42 Physics Kingshuk Majumdar, Maja Krcmar & Agnieszka  Szarecka 43 Physics Milun Rakovic 44 Psychology Amy Matthews 45 Psychology Mario Fific 46 Regional Math and Science Center Karen Meyers 47 Regional Math and Science Center Karen Meyers 48 Regional Math and Science Center Karen Meyers 49 Regional Math and Science Center Kathy Agee & Ranelle Brew Kirkhof College of Nursing (KCON) ‐‐ Cynthia McCurren, Dean

$21,003,973 NASA/MSGC Program Grant: "Family Math Summer  Learning Loss Mitigation Project"

$14,997

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) Pi Mu Epsilon 2012 National Conference

$12,000

National Security Agency (NSA) Siglo de Oro Spanish Drama Festival ‐ 37th Annual: Tirso  de Molina's Antona Garcia Performance

$20,000

U.S. Department of the Interior/National Parks Service NASA Michigan Space Grant Undergraduate Fellowship  (Jeremy Peshl)

$2,500

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) MRI: Acquisition of a High‐Performance Computing  Cluster for Research and Education

$97,383

National Science Foundation (NSF) An Ion‐Neutral Collision Database for Astrophysics

$67,423

National Aeronautics & Space Association  (NASA)/University of Georgia Research Foundation, Inc. Autism Education Center, START Grant‐FY2011‐12

$1,400,000

U.S. Department of Education Stopping Rule Selection Theory

$111,743

National Science Foundation (NSF) Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the  Environment (GLOBE) Teacher Workshop on Climate

$1,800

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration  (NOAA)/GLOBE Promoting Reform in Mathematics Education/Developing  Mathematical Thinkers

$282,094

U.S. Department of Education/Michigan Department of  Education/Wayne RESA Mathematics & Science Centers Grant

$72,762

Michigan Department of Education Summer Health and Professions Exploration (sHaPe) Camp

$2,000

Abbott Vascular $990,003


FY 2012--Awarded 1 Nursing Cynthia Coviak & Linda Scott

2 Nursing Elaine Van Doren

$21,003,973 Increasing the Number of Primary Care Advanced Practice  Nurses through Traineeship Support (2‐year award) U.S. Department of Health & Human Services  (DHHS)/Health Resources and Services Administration  (HRSA) The ADVANCE Program‐Yr 3

Charlie Standridge 2 Engineering, School of Charlie Standridge

3 Engineering, School of Charlie Standridge

4 Engineering, School of Sara Maas

MDOT: Lithium‐Ion Batteries in Public Transit

Carol Lopucki 2 Small Business & Technology Development Center  (SBTDC) Carol Lopucki 3 Small Business & Technology Development Center  (SBTDC) Carol Lopucki 4 VAGTC Sonja Johnson 5 VAGTC Sonja Johnson

$185,000 $50,000

Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) Mineta National Transit Research Consortium Led by the  Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI)

$100,000

U.S. Department of Transportation (US DOT)/San Jose  State University Subcontract/Michigan Department of  Transportation (MDOT) Educational Modules Concerning Processes for  Remanufacturing, Repurposing, and Recycilng of Batteries

$25,000

National Science Foundation/Macomb Community  College Center for Advanced Automotive Technology  (CAAT) NASA/MSGC Program Grant: STEPS Camp 2012

$10,000

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/MSGC

Seidman College of Business (SCOB) ‐‐ John Reifel, Interim Dean 1 Small Business & Technology Development Center  (SBTDC)

$294,699

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services  (DHHS)/Health Resources & Administration (HRSA)

Padnos College of Engineering & Computing (PCEC) ‐‐ Paul Plotkowski, Dean 1 Engineering, School of

$695,304

Small Business Development Center

$5,635,767 $3,310,767

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Small Business Development Centers‐Supplemental Funds

$200,000

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) MEDC: Core Technology Consulting Services 2012

$1,725,000

Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) State Trade and Export Promotion (STEP)

$300,000

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)/Michigan  Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC)  Export Assistance Grant Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC)

$100,000


FY 2012--Awarded

$21,003,973

Student Academic Success Center (SACC) ‐‐ Michael Messner, Director 1 TRiO Educational Support Program Melissa Selby‐Theut

TRiO Educational Support Services 2011‐12

TRiO McNair Program 2011‐12

Dolli Lutes

U.S. Department of Education

Student Services (STU) ‐‐ Bart Merkle, Vice Provost and Dean

Sharalle Arnold 2 Children's Enrichment Center Sharalle Arnold & Jessica Miranda‐Bevier 3 LGBT Resource Center Colette Seguin Beighley 4 Multicultural Affairs, Office of Bobby Springer

Jean Nagelkerk & Brenda Pawl

Darkness to Light... Stewards of Children Training

Robert Smart, Dolli Lutes & Susan Mendoza 2 VPRA/CSCE Robert Smart

3 VPRA/CSCE Robert Smart, Kevin McCurren & Roderick Morgan

$600

Allendale Community Foundation Obesity Prevention in Child Care Utilizing NAP SACC

$3,000

Michigan Department of Community Health Empowering Students, Challenging Systems

$150,000

Arcus Foundation GEAR Up

$217,259

U.S. Department of Education

Testing an Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Model  to Improve Obesity‐Related Health Outcomes With a  Statewide Consortium (3‐year award)

$773,122 $773,122

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services  (HHS)/Health Resources and Services Administration  (HRSA)/Michigan Department of Community Health  (MDCH)

Vice Provost for Research Administration (VPRA)/Center for Scholarly & Creative Excellence (CSCE) ‐‐ Robert Smart,  1 TRiO McNair

$244,889

$370,859

Vice Provost for Health (VPH) ‐‐ Jean Nagelkerk, Vice Provost for Health 1 Vice Provost for Health

$312,674

U.S. Department of Education

2 TRiO McNair

1 Children's Enrichment Center

$557,563

TRiO McNair Program (5 year award)

$1,303,040 $1,263,040

U.S. Department of Education NASA Michigan Space Grant Minority Fellowship  (Alexandra Bouza)

$3,500

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) Commercializing a Novel Class of Antibiotics Against  MRSA and Clostridium Difficile

$36,500

Michigan Initiative for Innovation and Entrepreneurship  (MIIE)

Finance and Administration Division ‐‐ James D. Bachmeier, Vice President Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center (MAREC) ‐‐ Arn Boezaart

$18,000


FY 2012--Awarded 1 MAREC Arn Boezaart & Kim Walton

$21,003,973 Regional Energy Demonstration Centers Project  Michigan Strategic Fund/Michigan Energy Office

Public Safety Services (PSS) ‐‐ Barbara Bergers, Director 1 Public Safety Brandon DeHaan

$18,000

$8,686 Safe Communities: Youth Alcohol Enforcement FY2012

$8,686

U.S. Department of Justice

University Development ‐‐ Karen Loth, Vice President Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies (HCPS) ‐‐ Gleaves Whitney, Director 1 Hauenstein Center Gleaves Whitney

America's Senator ‐ The Odyssey of Arthur H. Vandenberg

$30,000 $30,000

National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

University Relations ‐‐ Matthew E. McLogan, Vice President WGVU Public Media ‐‐ Michael Walenta, General Manager 1 WGVU Barbara Christl 2 WGVU Barbara Christl 3 WGVU Barbara Christl 4 WGVU Steve Chappell 5 WGVU Steve Chappell 6 WGVU Steve Chappell 7 WGVU Steve Chappell

$1,398,241 WGVU‐TV Community Service Grant

$1,170,960

Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) WGVU‐AM Community Service Grant

$79,175

Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) WGVU‐FM Community Service Grant

$97,906

Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) Health, Safe, Drug‐Free Schools and Communities  Coalition in Kent County

$9,700

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services  (DHHS)/Kent ISD Michigan Hometown Stories

$14,500

National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)/Michigan  Humanities Council WGVU Engage & Furthering the Arts of Grand Rapids

$23,000

Arts Council of Greater Grand Rapids American Graduate Grant Awareness Stipend Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB)

$3,000


FY 2013--Awarded

$15,680,641

Academic and Student Affairs Division‐‐Gayle R. Davis, Provost and Vice President Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies (BCOIS) ‐‐ Anne Hiskes, Dean 1 Environmental Studies

EPA/NCSE/GLISTEN: STEM Mastery through Great Lakes  Stewardship

Elena Lioubimtseva

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)/National  Center for Science and Civic Engagement (NCSCE)/ Great  Lakes Innovative Stewardship Through Education  Network (GLISTEN)

2 Padnos International Center Mark Schaub & James Goode

Study Tour in Turkey

Ruth Stegeman 2 Criminal Justice, School of Julie Yunker 3 Hospitality & Tourism Management Michael Scantlebury 4 Hospitality & Tourism Management Patricia Janes 5 Hospitality & Tourism Management Paul Stansbie,  Kristen Jack & Michael Sciarini 6 Johnson Center Amber Erickson

7 Johnson Center James Edwards 8 Johnson Center Julien Kouame 9 Johnson Center Mchael Moody 10 Johnson Center Michael Moody

$4,000

$5,000

Turkish Coalition of America

College of Community and Public Service (CCPS) ‐‐ George Grant, Jr., Dean 1 Community Engagement, Office of

$9,000

Bringing Theory to Practice Program

$1,410,315 $1,000

Association of American Colleges and Universities (AACU) Police Precision Driving Program‐2013

$76,494

Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards  (MCOLES) MEDQ Water Trails

$76,427

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) Michigan Cares for Tourism

$5,000

Michigan Lodging and Tourism Association Hospitality and Tourism Internship Program

$19,050

Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) Spectrum Health Rural Fit Kids Subaward

$9,889

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services  (HRSA)/Health Resources and Services Administration  (HRSA)/Spectrum Health Hospital The W.K. Kellogg Community Philanthropy Chair  Endowment

$1,000,000

W.K. Kellogg Foundation Community Transformation Grant: Capacity‐Building for  Kent County, Michigan‐Year Two

$11,175

DHHS/CDC/Spectrum Health Hospitals The Next Generation of Philanthropic Leaders Study ‐‐  Dissemination Plan

$10,000

Nathan Cummings Foundation The Next Generation of Philanthropic Leaders Study ‐‐  Dissemination Plan The Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation

$20,000


FY 2013--Awarded 11 Johnson Center Michael Moody 12 Johnson Center Miles Wilson & Allison Lugo Knapp 13 Public, Nonprofit and Health Administration, School of Priscilla Kimboko 14 Public, Nonprofit and Health Administration, School of Salvatore Alaimo 15 Social Work, School of Joan Borst

$15,680,641 The Next Generation of Philanthropic Leaders Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation Southern Africa Grantmaking School

Michael Posthumus & Clay Pelon 2 TRiO Educational Talent Search Sarah Keranen‐Lopez 3 TRiO Educational Talent Search Sarah Keranen‐Lopez

MSU Geriatric Education Center of Michigan

Ranelle Brew & Kathy Agee

What is Philanthropy? ‐ Documentary

Al Steinman

2 AWRI Bopi Biddanda

$3,000

The Frey Foundation Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Leadership Grant

$38,158

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services $707,870 Groundswell FORCES

$70,000

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) TRiO Talent Search‐Year 2

$327,499

U.S. Department of Education TRiO Talent Search‐Year 3

$310,371

U.S. Department of Education $750 sHaPe (Summer Health Activities and Professions  Exploration) Camp 2013

$750

Michigan Association for Health, Physical Education,  Recreation and Dance (MAHPERD)

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) ‐‐ Frederick J. Antczak, Dean 1 AWRI

$5,400

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services/HRSA/MSU  Subaward

College of Health Professions (CHP) ‐‐ Roy Olsson, Jr., Dean 1 Allied Health Sciences

$114,722

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation

College of Education (COE) ‐‐ Elaine Collins, Dean 1 COE Center for Educational Partnerships

$20,000

NASA Michigan Space Grant Graduate Fellowship (James  Smit)

$1,970,523 $5,000

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) NASA Space Grants Administration National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M)

$1,500


FY 2013--Awarded 3 AWRI James McNair

4 AWRI Janet Vail 5 AWRI John Koches 6 AWRI John Koches

7 AWRI Kevin Strychar 8 AWRI Mark Luttenton 9 AWRI Mark Luttenton 10 AWRI Richard Rediske

11 AWRI Richard Rediske 12 AWRI Richard Rediske

13 AWRI Ryan Thum 14 AWRI Ryan Thum 15 AWRI Ryan Thum

$15,680,641 NASA Michigan Space Grant Graduate Fellowship  (Meagan Sesselmann)

$5,000

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M Sustainability and Water Resources for K‐12 Students

$15,000

Alcoa Foundation Michigan Department of Natural Resources Urban and  Community Forestry Project

$11,974

Michigan Department of Natural Resources NASA Michigan Space Grant Undergraduate Fellowship  (Alexander Ebenstein)

$2,500

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) Cell‐death Pathways of Symbiodinium Exposed to  Temperature and Bacterial Stress

$10,000

Costal Preservation Network (CPN) AuSable River Study

$3,150

Trout Unlimited, Headwaters Chapter AuSable River Study

$3,150

Trout Unlimited, Mason‐Griffith Founders Chapter Muskegon County Beach Monitoring Project

$1,600

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)/Michigan  Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ)/Public  Health‐Muskegon County USGS Great Lakes Science Center, Burbot PCB Samples  Project

$6,230

U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Beach Quality Forecasting

$10,000

U.S. Department of Commerce (USDOC)/National Oceanic  & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)/University of  Michigan (UofM) NSF Innovation Corps (I‐Corps)

$50,000

National Science Foundation (NSF) Identification of Genetic Markers

$4,000

Teton County Weed & Pest Control District Identification of Genetic Markers for Select Aquatic  Invasive Species Project Missoula County Weed District

$3,500


FY 2013--Awarded 16 Biology Gary Greer

17 Biology Tim Evans 18 Biology Todd Aschenbach 19 Cell and Molecular Biology (CMB)

Mark Staves

20 Chemistry Andrew Korich

21 Geology

John Weber

22 Geology John Weber

23 Geology Pablo Lierandi‐Roman

24 Math Paul Fishback 25 Math

William Dickinson & Jonathan Hodge

$15,680,641 NASA Michigan Space Grant Graduate Fellowship (  Nichole Kupisz)

$5,000

 National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) Digitization of Michigan's Regional Herbaria: A Collective  Effort

$22,526

Hanes Trust Developing a Fire‐science Network and Delivery System  for the Northern Lake States

$4,000

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service/Ohio State University Developing a Single‐Cell System to Investigate Molecular  and Physiological Events in Plant Gravity Sensing and  Response

$4,999

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) NASA Michigan Space Grant Graduate Fellowship (Lindsey  Flaquer)

$3,500

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) Applying Space Geodesy (GPS) to Better Understanding  Seismic Hazard in Trinidad and Tobago, and Building a  GPS Data Processing Center at GVSU

$5,000

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) NASA Michigan Space Grant Undergraduate Fellowship  (Jacqueline Bussey)

$3,500

National Aeronautics & Space Association  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)?University of Michigan (U of M) Sea Level Change and Costal Vulnerability

$5,000

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) Pi Mu Epsilon 2013 Conference

$12,000

National Security Agency (NSA) REU Site: Grand Valley State University Summer  Undergraduate Research Program in Mathematics (3‐year  award) National Science Foundation (NSF)

$230,169


FY 2013--Awarded 26 Music Marlena Vavrikova 27 Psychology Amy Matthews 28 Regional Math and Science Center Karen Meyers 29 Regional Math and Science Center Karen Meyers

30 Statistics Neal Rogness & Karen Meyers

$15,680,641 Friends of Via: Recording Project ‐ Oboe Works by Petr  Eben Friends of Via Autism Education Center START Grant

Scott Grissom, Shaily Menon, Robert Talbert &  Shannon Biros 2 Padnos Student Services & Advising Center Sara Maas

GVSU Regional Math and Science Center

Kevin McCurren

2 Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation Kevin McCurren 3 Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation Kevin McCurren 4 Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation Kevin McKurren

$73,199

Michigan Department of Education Family Engineering Event

$1,100

U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)/Michigan  Mathematics and Science Center Network (MMSCN)/U.S.  Army Tank‐Automotive Research, Development, and  Engineering Center (TAREC) International Year of Statistic 2013

$4,426

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M)

WIDER: EAGER: GVSU Inventory of Instructional Practices

$147,893 $137,893

National Science Foundation (NSF) STEPS Camp 2013

$10,000

National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA)/  Michigan Space Grant Consortium (MSGC)

Seidman College of Business (SCOB) ‐‐ John Reifel, Interim Dean 1 Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation

$1,462,000

U.S. Department of Education/Michigan Department of  Education

Padnos College of Engineering & Computing (PCEC) ‐‐ Paul Plotkowski, Dean 1 Computing & Information Systems, School of

$1,500

Technology Transfer Office, Mentor in Residence Program

$9,931,013 $25,000

Michigan Economic Development Corporation  (MEDC)/University of Michigan, Technology Transfer  Office City of Grand Rapids Accelerator Administration Services  Agreement (GRC/Hub)

$300,000

City of Grand Rapids LDFA (Michigan Strategic Fund) City of Grand Rapids Accelerator Administration Services  Agreement (Admin./Marketing)

$200,000

State of Michigan/City of Grand Rapids Local  Development Finance Authority (LDFA) City of Grand Rapids Accelerator Administration Services  Agreement Michigan Strategic Fund/City of Grand Rapids Local  Development Finance Authority (LDFA)

$518,293


FY 2013--Awarded 5 Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation Kevin McCurren 6 Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation Kevin McCurren & Paul Heroman 7 Small Business & Technology Development Center  (SBTDC) Carol Lopucki 8 Small Business & Technology Development Center  (SBTDC) Carol Lopucki 9 Small Business & Technology Development Center  (SBTDC) Carol Lopucki 10 Small Business & Technology Development Center  (SBTDC) Carol Lopucki 11 Small Business & Technology Development Center  (SBTDC) Carol Lopucki 12 Small Business & Technology Development Center  (SBTDC) Carol Lopucki & Phil Tepley 13 Small Business & Technology Development Center  (SBTDC) Dante Villarreal 14 VAGTC Sonja Johnson 15 VAGTC Sonja Johnson 16 VAGTC Sonja Johnson

$15,680,641 GRSmartZone Business Incubator 2013‐2014 Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) Farm/Ag Entrepreneurship Academy: Pilot Program

Michael Messner

$70,000

Michigan Initiative for Innovation and Entrepreneurship  (MIIE) Small Business Development Center

$3,310,767

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Small Business Jobs Act (SBJA) Additional Funding

$95,800

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) State Trade and Export Promotion

$230,000

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)/Michigan  Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) MEDC Service Center Award

$200,000

Michigan Economic Development Center (MEDC) MEDC: Core Consulting Services 2013

$1,850,000

Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) Michigan Emerging Technologies Fund

$1,750,000

Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) "La Siembra: Enhancing Participation of Socially  Disadvantaged Latino Farmers to the USDA" Project

$16,153

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)/Michigan State  University (MSU) International Traffic and Arms Regulations (ITAR) Training  Sessions

$50,000

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)/Michigan  Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) Michigan Direct Export Assistance

$100,000

Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) State Trade and Export Promotion 2013

$375,000

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)/Michigan  Economic Development Corporation (MEDC)

Student Academic Success Center (SACC )‐‐ Michael Messner, Director 1 TRiO Educational Support Program

$840,000

TRiO Educational Support Program U.S. Department of Education

$312,674 $312,674


FY 2013--Awarded

$15,680,641

Finance and Administration Division ‐‐ James D. Bachmeier, Vice President Intercollegiate Athletics (IA) ‐‐ Tim Selgo, Director 1 Athletics Keri Becker

$2,000 NCAA: Save a Life Tour 2013 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center (MAREC) ‐‐ Arn Boezaart 1 MAREC Arn Boezaart 2 MAREC Kim Walton

$2,000

Sierra Club Support of the GVSU/UofM Offshore Wind  Assessment Project

$29,572 $10,000

Sierra Club Solar Thermal System Cost and Efficiency Improvements  for Michigan's Climate

$19,572

Michigan Energy Office

University Relations ‐‐ Matthew E. McLogan, Vice President WGVU Public Media ‐‐ Michael Walenta, General Manager 1 WGVU Barbara Christl 2 WGVU Barbara Christl 3 WGVU Barbara Christl 4 WGVU Steve Chappell

$1,159,031 Community Service Grant‐AM

$77,117

Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) Community Service Grant‐TV

$966,379

Corporation for Public Broadcasting Community Service Grant‐FM

$95,535

Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) American Graduate Engagement Grants 2012 Corporation for Public Broadcasting

$20,000


Bright Side Newsletter, June 2013