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The Bright Side of Grants 

Volume VI, Issue 7 October 2012

Office of Sponsored Programs, Chris ne Chamberlain, Director

In This Issue:  1. Success Stories 2. News 3. GRC News 4. Upcoming Deadlines Lists of FY12 and FY13 grant recipients are included at the end of the Bright Side! OSP commends the hard work of all the GVSU Principal Inves gators.

FY 2012 Submissions/Awards (to date)  Submissions

170

$52,210,858

Awards

94

$19,419,935

FY 2013 Submissions/Awards (to date)  Submissions

56

$17,318,783

Awards

17

$2,718,128

1. Success Stories Annis Water Resources Ins tute Gets $250,000 grant for Outreach, Educa on, from GVNow,  October 11, 2012  Researchers at Grand Valley State University’s Annis Water Resources Ins tute will be able to con nue extensive Great Lakes educa on and outreach programs through 2014 a er receiving a $250,000 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protec on Agency. The grant will fund the Coordinated Vessel‐Based Educa on and Out‐ reach Ac vi es program, which delivers onboard educa onal experi‐ ences for the general public, public officials, educators and K‐12 stu‐ dents in strategic ports of call around the Great Lakes. The program has been in place for two years, and is a coordinated effort between AWRI, Michigan State Uni‐ versity’s Sea Grant Extension Program and the Inland Seas Educa on Associa on. The two‐year grant will al‐ low program organizers, including AWRI associate research scien st Janet Vail, to con nue coordinated efforts of school research vessels to address educa on and outreach goals. “Being on an outreach and educa on vessel provides a unique opportunity to experience the Great Lakes through the lens of a scien st, and helps adults and children alike to gain an understanding of ecosystem health and water quality,” Vail said. “The tours also serve as a venue for par cipants to talk about their con‐ cerns about local bodies of water, and what can be done to help restore them.” AWRI achieves outreach and educa on goals on the Great Lakes through the Making Lake Michigan Great program, which has visited 33 ports of call over 15 years, including Manitowoc and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Ludington, White Lake, and Holland in 2012 alone.


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1. Success Stories, Cont.  Area Students Get Science Field Trips Thanks to Alcoa Grant Funds, from October 16, 2012  More than 500 students from Montague and Whitehall public schools will experience hands‐on science field trips at Grand Valley’s Annis Water Resources Ins tute during 2012 and 2013, thanks to a $15,000 grant from the Alcoa Founda on. The grant will be used to support the trips on AWRI’s largest research vessel, the 65‐foot W.G. Jackson, which will allow students to use the scien fic exper se of the educators and crew along with the research tools aboard the boat to study sustainability and local water resources. The experience on the vessel provides hands‐on science and brings the excitement of scien fic research alive for the students. The vessel has an onboard laboratory where students analyze water samples from various sites to learn about what factors contribute to water quality. Students will be introduced to the Great Lakes Literacy Principles, and posi ve ac ons they can take to be stewards of the environment. To see the rest of this story on GVNow, click here.

2. News  Upcoming NSF Guide Will Detail Broader Impacts Cer fica on  Under the Na onal Science Founda on (NSF) pending revised awards guidance, the agency will require re‐ search ins tu ons to cer fy that they support the broader impacts of the grant applica on proposed by prin‐ cipal inves gators. NSF is planning to release a revised Proposal and Award Policies and Procedures (PAPP) Guide in October, which will become effec ve in January 2013. It will include revised language on the two factors covered un‐ der the merit review criteria. Those who submit proposals to NSF will now have to provide statements that address the intellectual merit of the proposed ac vity and the broader impacts that are expected to result from the project. There will also be a new requirement to provide an overview of what the project will accomplish. The FastLane and Grants.gov forms will include two boxes to input the intellectual merit and the broader impacts of the proposal. Further, PIs will be required to provide evidence of ins tu onal support for broader impacts. There will also be a new cer fica on added to be signed by the authorized organiza onal representa ve to indicate and confirm ins tu onal support. The new PAPP Guide will also include a revision of cost sharing, which will require applicants to provide a more detailed descrip on of necessary resources. If you have any ques ons about the new PAPP Guide, don’t hesitate to contact the OSP.


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3. Grants Resource Center News  Apply By December for Environmental Stewardship Grants, from GrantWeek, October 15, 2012    The Na onal Fish and Wildlife Founda on has announced the availability of environmental stewardship grants under the Wells Fargo Environmental Solu ons for Communi es ini a ve. Online applica ons are due by December 23, 2012. Awards ranging from $25,000 to $100,000 will support highly‐visible, 18‐month projects that link economic development and community wellbeing to the stewardship and health of the environment. A cost share of at least 50 percent is strongly encouraged. The compe on focuses on priority regions through the U.S., par cularly projects taking place in urban are‐ as. Applicants should address one or more of these programma c priori es:  Innova ve, cost‐effec ve programs that enhance stewardship on private agricultural lands to enhance water quality and quan ty and/or improve wildlife habitat for species of concern, while maintaining or increasing agricultural produc vity.  Community‐based conserva on projects that protect and restore local habitats and natural areas, en‐ hance water quality, promote urban forestry, educate and train community leaders on sustainable prac‐ ces, promote related job crea on and training, and engage diverse partners and volunteers.  Visible and accessible demonstra on projects that showcase innova ve, cost‐effec ve, and environmen‐ tally‐friendly approaches to improve environmental condi ons within urban communi es by "greening" tradi onal infrastructure and public projects such as storm water management and flood control, public park enhancements, and renova ons to public facili es.  Projects that increase the resiliency of the na on's coastal communi es and ecosystems (including the Great Lakes) by restoring coastal habitats, living resources, and water quality to enhance livelihoods and quality of life in these communi es. See the full solicita on for a list of priority ci es and addi onal informa on on compe ve preferences. Con‐ tact Carrie Clingan at Carrie.Clingan@nfwf.org or 202/595‐2471 for applica on assistance.

Email Delays Reported during AASCU/GRC Server Maintenance, from GrantWeek,   October 15, 2012    Some GRC email communica ons were delayed October 15‐17, 2012, following a scheduled migra on of the AASCU server. GRC regrets any inconvenience that may have resulted. All service was fully restored as of October 17th, but GRC asks that members resend any email requests to which they did not receive a re‐ sponse during the affected days. Report any addi onal technical difficul es to Kenneth McDonald at mcdon‐ aldk@aascu.org.


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3. Grants Resource Center News, Cont. NSF Announces Project Report Training Event, from GrantWeek, October 11, 2012    On October 9, 2012, Na onal Science Founda on (NSF) policy office head Jean Feldman issued an alert re‐ garding a pending change in the submission of project reports. “In early 2013, [NSF] will completely transfer all project repor ng from FastLane to Research.gov,” she says. “In support of the transi on, we will begin pi‐ lo ng the new service in Research.gov beginning in October.” GRC encourages all members to join an October 12, 2012, project reports training webinar to hear the latest informa on on the pending changes. Meanwhile, it is important for research and sponsored programs ad‐ ministrators to alert NSF principal inves gators, co‐principal inves gators, and future applicants that Re‐ search.gov is poised to replace FastLane en rely as the system for submi ng annual, final, and interim pro‐ ject reports and project outcome reports. Feldman expects Research.gov’s “Project Repor ng Dashboard” to make it easier for all users to submit and monitor the status of required reports. For addi onal informa on on Research.gov and its poten al impact, join a November 16, 2012, webinar, “How Can Research.gov Help Me?”

DOE Expands Training and Educa on Tool, from GrantWeek, October 1, 2012    The U.S. Department of Energy Na onal Training and Educa on Resource (NTER) is an open source, web‐ based learning pla orm that provides free access to thousands of formal and informal educa onal courses and training modules in areas including weatheriza on, energy, hazards and response, and building science. NTER resources have been used to develop mul media and 3D interac ve learning materials, conduct collab‐ ora ve research, and build public‐private partnerships to solve problems of na onal interest. Educators, stu‐ dents, professionals, and other federal agencies—including the Departments of Defense, Labor, and Educa‐ on—are all benefi ng from the use of this innova ve tool. Due to NTER’s success, the Department of Energy plans to this open source tool by partnering with individu‐ als and organiza ons. Poten al partners should have exper se in open source domain management and cus‐ tomer service as well as in crea ng and deploying new technologies and func onali es within a sustainable and stable environment. Those selected will gain “an immense pla orm to engage new learners, new indus‐ tries and be er infrastructure through unexplored business models and outreach.” For more informa on or to submit sugges ons on expansion and partnerships, email michelle.fox@hq.doe.gov or contact Sandra George at georges@aascu.org.


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3. Grants Resource Center News, Cont. NIH Offers FCOI Compliance Support, from GrantWeek, September 24, 2012  The Na onal Ins tutes of Health (NIH) Division of Grants Compliance and Oversight (DGCO) has established the Financial Conflicts of Interest (FCOI) Compliance Program to assist ins tu ons in aligning their policies with the 2011 revision of federal regula ons to promote objec vity in research. Full compliance was required beginning August 24, 2012. The FCOI regula ons were revised to increase accountability and enhance regulatory compliance and effec‐ ve Ins tu onal management of inves gators’ FCOIs. The new FCOI Compliance Program has two goals. The first is to establish NIH’s oversight responsibili es to assure grantee compliance with FCOI requirements. The second is to assist grantees in fully developing and implemen ng their FCOI policies by providing construc ve feedback. DGCO staff will offer technical assistance as needed to help answer grantees’ ques ons and clarify the FCOI requirements. NIH plans to expand the FCOI Compliance Program during FY 13. As the DGCO personnel re‐ view ins tu onal policies in the coming months, they plan to share results broadly across the research com‐ munity. In the mean me, direct specific ques ons to 301/435‐0949 or FCOI Compliance@mail.nih.gov.

OMB Projects Sequester Impact, Organiza ons React, from GrantWeek, September 17, 2012  On September 14, 2012, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued a 394‐page report providing preliminary es mates of the funding cuts that would be expected beginning January 2, 2013, if sequestra on is not averted. In the report’s introduc on, OMB reminds Congress, “The sequestra on itself was never in‐ tended to be implemented.” It was advanced instead within the Budget Control Act of 2011 as “a mechanism to force” a bipar san deficit‐reduc on compromise. Groups from every sector are reac ng to the projec ons and calling for a reprieve. The American Associa on for the Advancement of Science’s Science magazine provides a roundup of scien fic organiza ons’ reac ons, and Inside Higher Ed analyzes the report’s importance to the higher educa on sector. See background infor‐ ma on in an early look at “How Sequestra on Would Work” by the Center for American Progress. On September 20, 2012, the Informa on Technology & Innova on Founda on (ITIF), will host a discussion on its new report, “Ea ng Our Seed Corn: Sequestra on, R&D, Innova on and U.S. Economic Growth.” The pres‐ idents of ITIF, the Associa on of American Universi es, customer channels at ThermoFisher, and medical sci‐ ences at Life Technologies will par cipate. ITIF’s September 14, 2012 analysis of sequestra on’s poten al im‐ pact on technology and innova on funding provides background informa on. Cont. on Next Page 


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3. Grants Resource Center News, Cont. OMB Projects Sequester Impact, Cont.  Remember that OMB’s detailed preliminary analysis and interest groups’ aggrieved reac ons are s ll com‐ for ngly subjunc ve. They are aimed at prodding Congress and the rest of the government toward though ul trimming, while me s ll remains to dodge what OMB calls the “blunt and indiscriminate instru‐ ment” of sequestra on. The best we can do to drive ins tu onal research and sponsored programs momen‐ tum is to plan for the future that awaits with or without sequestra on. Regardless of the sequestra on outcome, the government is going to con nue the hunt for programs that overlap or duplicate efforts. So instead of wai ng faithfully for news on the next compe on of a par cular program — whose funding cannot, in any economy, be counted on — research and sponsored programs officers do the best service to their campus colleagues by encouraging a hedging of bets. The best policy re‐ mains to plan proposals around real needs, appropriate interven ons, realis c budgets, and manageable melines, all while building rela onships with a network of poten al funders and partners who might catch a worthy project, even if the bo om falls out of a funding source that seemed a sure bet.


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4. Upcoming Deadlines Arts / Humani es / Interna onal American Philosophical Society ‐ Lewis and Clark Fund for Explora on and Field Research (due Jan. 28) Na onal Endowment for the Humani es ‐ America’s Historical and Cultural Organiza on: Planning Grants (due Jan. 9) Na onal Endowment for the Humani es ‐ America’s Media Makers: Development and Produc on Grants (due Jan. 9) US Agency for Interna onal Development ‐ Unsolicited Concept Papers and Proposals (due Jan. 1)

Educa on / Economic and Community Development  American Associa on of University Women Educa onal Founda on ‐ Community Ac on Grants (sue Jan. 23) American Educa onal Research Associa on ‐ AERA Grants Program (due Jan. 23) Interna onal Reading Associa on ‐ Awards and Grants Program (due in January) US Department of the Interior ‐ American Ba lefield Protec on Program (due Jan. 2)

Health / Mental Health  Administra on for Children and Families ‐ Assets for Independence Demonstra on Program (due Jan. 25) Grant (William T.) Founda on ‐ Research on the Development of Children and Youth (due Jan. 3) Na onal Ins tutes of Health ‐ NIH Director’s Early Independence Awards (due Jan. 30) Na onal Ins tutes of Health ‐ Time‐Sensi ve Obesity Policy and Program Evalua on (Jan. 10)

Science / Engineering  Na onal Science Founda on ‐ Division of Integra ve Organismal Systems Core Programs (due Jan. 12) Na onal Science Founda on ‐ Cogni ve Neuroscience (due Jan. 24) US Department of Commerce ‐ Graduate Sciences Program (GSP) (due Jan. 23) US Environmental Protec on Agency ‐ Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Research Grants (due in January)

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


FY 2012--Awarded

$19,419,935

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

SEED Teacher Leadership Development

Robert Smart

2 CSCE Robert Smart, Kevin McCurren & Roderick Morgan 3 TRiO McNair Robert Smart, Dolli Lutes & Susan Mendoza

Latin American Film Festival

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

$500

Latin American Film Festival Japan‐America Collegiate Exchange Travel Program:  "Traditional Japanese Theater in Osaka, Japan"

$40,000

Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership

NASA Michigan Space Grant Minority Fellowship  (Alexandra Bouza)

$1,303,040 $3,500

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

$36,500

Michigan Initiative for Innovation and Entrepreneurship  (MIIE) TRiO McNair Program (5 year award)

$1,263,040

U.S. Department of Education

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

$20,000

National Writing Project

Center for Scholarly & Creative Excellence (CSCE) ‐‐ Robert Smart, Executive Director 1 CSCE

$60,500

Project Safe Neighborhoods FY2011

$1,913,154 $100,656

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

$88,478

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

$500,000

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

$25,000

Guido A. and Elizabeth H. Binda Foundation State of Generosity Book & Electronic Platform

$5,000

McGregor Fund Community Transformation Grant: Capacity‐Building for  Kent County, Michigan DHHS/CDC/Spectrum Health Hospitals

$11,800


FY 2012--Awarded 7 Johnson Center Nancy Koester

8 Public, Nonprofit and Health Administration, School of Priscilla Kimboko 9 Public, Nonprofit and Health Administration, School of Quincy Williams

$19,419,935 Community Family Partnership ‐ System of Care 5 Year  Evaluation U.S. Department of Health and Human Services‐ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services  Administration/Network 180 U.S. Department of Health & Human Services/HRSA/MSU  Subaward

Claudia Sowa Wojciakowski 2 COE Center for Educational Partnerships Claudia Sowa Wojciakowski & Michael Posthumus 3 COE Center for Educational Partnerships Forrest Clift & Monica Harris 4 COE Leadership and Learning Ellen Schiller 5 COE Leadership and Learning Vicki Kamps & Jane Hayes 6 TRiO Upward Bound Arnie Smithalexander 7 TRiO Upward Bound Arnie Smithalexander

City of Muskegon Youth Recreation Grant: Diane Miller

Andrew Booth & Theresa Bacon‐Baguley

$2,763,424 Groundswell Program Support

Al Steinman

$10,000

Baldwin Foundation Groundswell FORCES

$62,300

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) GVSU Foundations of Service Learning Course Support

$3,500

Michigan Campus Compact Improving Teacher Quality

$161,959

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

$1,250

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

$2,136,788

U.S. Department of Education TRiO Upward Bound Program

$387,627

U.S. Department of Education $999,891 Physician Assistant Training in Primary Care

$999,891

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

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

$2,000

City of Muskegon

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

$5,400

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS)

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

$1,174,820

Silver Lake Nutrient Loading U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)/Silver Lake Improvement  Board

$3,176,807 $60,808


FY 2012--Awarded 2 AWRI Bopi Biddanda

3 AWRI Bopi Biddanda

4 AWRI

Bopi Biddanda & Ryan Thum 5 AWRI Carl Ruetz 6 AWRI

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

9 AWRI

Janet Vail 10 AWRI Janet Vail 11 AWRI Janet Vail 12 AWRI John Koches

$19,419,935 NASA Michigan Space Grant Administration

$1,500

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

$5,000

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) Building Partnerships in Water Research between GVSU  and MSU: The Molecular Genetic Basis for Invasiveness of  Milfoils and A Time‐series Lake Observatory for  Investigating Ecosystem Metabolism in Muskegon Lake

$55,800

Michigan State University USR Task Order #1(B)

$4,743

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

$1,000

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

$50,000

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

$8,000

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)/Michigan  Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ)/CMU:  Great Lakes Connection NOAA/Lake Michigan Indiana DNR Costal  Program/LaPorte County Soil & Water Conservation  District

$6,000

National Oceanic & Admospheric Administration (NOAA) Coordinated Onboard Education and Outreach

$250,000

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)/Great Lakes  Restoration Inititive (GLRI)  EPA/MDNRE/CMU Great Lakes Connections (Phase 2)

$2,000

EPA/MDNRE/CMU Great Lakes Connections (Phase 2) Houghton Lake E. Coli Reduction Subaward Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)/Michigan  Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ)

$111,723


FY 2012--Awarded 13 AWRI

Kevin Strychar

14 AWRI Mark Luttenton 15 AWRI Richard Rediske 16 AWRI Richard Rediske 17 AWRI

Richard Rediske 18 AWRI Richard Rediske 19 AWRI Richard Rediske 20 AWRI Richard Rediske

21 AWRI Rick Rediske 22 Biology Amy Russell 23 Biology Amy Russell 24 Biology Erik Nordman

$19,419,935 Genetic Affinities in Populations of the Invasive Indo‐ Pacific Coral Tubastaea Micranthus on Northern Gulf of  Mexico Platform: Multiple Invasions?

$79,200

U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI)/ Bureau of Ocean  Energy Management (BOEM)/Louisiana Universities  Marine Consortium (LUMCON) Mainstream Au Sable Brown Trout Habitat Use and  Movement

$53,798

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

$6,500

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Tyler Creek E. Coli Reduction Project

$36,790

Michigan Department of Environmental  Quality/Timberland RC&D, Inc. Investigation of Sediment Toxicity in White Lake for  Removing the Degradation of Benthos Beneficial Use  Impairment

$2,830

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) Burbot PCB Analysis

$6,200

U.S. Geological Survey Analysis of Sediment Samples from Muskegon Lake for  Total Organic Carbon and Grain Size

$13,991

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Flat River Monitoring Project

$5,000

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality  (MEDQ)/Schrems West Michigan Trout Unlimited  Subcontract Forecasting Predictive Models II

$10,000

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Analyzing Population Limits and Gene Flow in Perimyotis  Subflavus with Application to White‐Nose Conservation

$2,906

Bat Conservation International Genetic Approaches to Defining the Taxonomic and  Conservation Units for the Hawaiian Hoary Bat

$19,997

U.S. Geological Survey Offshore Wind Energy Outreach and Education for  Michigan National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration  (NOAA)/UM/MSU Subaward

$4,924


FY 2012--Awarded 25 Cell and Molecular Biology (CMB)

Dawn Hart 26 Chemistry Andrew Korich 27 Chemistry

Christopher Lawrence 28 Chemistry Shannon Biros 29 Communications, School of Keith Oppenheim 30 Geology Figen Mekik 31 Geology John Weber

32 Geology John Weber

33 Math Charlene Beckmann

34 Math Paul Fishback 35 Modern Languages & Literatures Jason Yancey

$19,419,935 RUI: Elucidating Regulatory Mechanisms for Bridging the  Contractile Ring With the Cellular Membrane in Fission  Yeast Cytokinesis

$248,000

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

$2,475

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

$3,428

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

$10,828

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

$3,000

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

$87,087

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

$3,500

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

$2,500

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) NASA/MSGC Program Grant: "Family Math Summer  Learning Loss Mitigation Project"

$14,997

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

$12,000

National Security Agency (NSA) Siglo de Oro Spanish Drama Festival ‐ 37th Annual: Tirso  de Molina's Antona Garcia Performance U.S. Department of the Interior/National ParksService

$20,000


FY 2012--Awarded 36 Physics Karen Gipson

37 Physics Kingshuk Majumdar, Maja Kromar & Agnieszka  Szarecka 38 Psychology Amy Matthews 39 Psychology Mario Fific 40 Regional Math and Science Center Karen Meyers 41 Regional Math and Science Center Karen Meyers 42 Regional Math and Science Center Karen Meyers 43 Regional Math and Science Center Kathy Agee & Ranelle Brew

$19,419,935 NASA Michigan Space Grant Undergraduate Fellowship  (Jeremy Peshl) National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/Michigan Space Grants Consortium  (MSGC)/University of Michigan (U of M) MRI: Acquisition of a High‐Performance Computing  Cluster for Research and Education

Cynthia Coviak & Linda Scott

2 Nursing Elaine Van Doren

Autism Education Center, START Grant‐FY2011‐12

Jonathan Engelsma 2 Engineering, School of Charles Standridge

$1,400,000

U.S. Department of Education Stopping Rule Selection Theory

$111,743

National Science Foundation (NSF) Mathematics & Science Centers Grant

$72,762

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

$2,000

Abbott Vascular $990,003 Increasing the Number of Primary Care Advanced Practice  Nurses through Traineeship Support (2‐year award)

$695,304

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services  (DHHS)/Health Resources and Services Administration  (HRSA) The ADVANCE Program‐Yr 3

$294,699

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

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

$97,383

National Science Foundation (NSF)

Kirkhof College of Nursing (KCON) ‐‐ Cynthia McCurren, Dean 1 Nursing

$2,500

GVSU‐Motorola Applied Research Center Collaboration

$194,000 $9,000

Motorola BCS MDOT: Lithium‐Ion Batteries in Public Transit Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT)

$50,000


FY 2012--Awarded 3 Engineering, School of Charlie Standridge

4 Engineering, School of Charlie Standridge

5 Engineering, School of Sara Maas

$19,419,935 Mineta National Transit Research Consortium Led by the  Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI) 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

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

NASA/MSGC Program Grant: STEPS Camp 2012

Melissa Selby‐Theut

MEDC: Core Consulting Services 2012

Small Business Development Centers‐Supplemental Funds

$1,725,000

$200,000

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Small Business Development Center

$3,310,767

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

$300,000

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

$100,000

Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC)

TRiO Educational Support Services 2011‐12

$557,563 $312,674

U.S. Department of Education TRiO McNair Program 2011‐12

Dolli Lutes

U.S. Department of Education

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

Bobby Springer

$5,635,767

Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC)

2 TRiO McNair

1 Multicultural Affairs, Office of

$10,000

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/MSGC

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

$25,000

National Science Foundation/Macomb Community  College Center for Advanced Automotive Technology  (CAAT)

Seidman College of Business (SCOB) ‐‐ H. James Williams, Dean 1 Small Business & Technology Development Center  (SBTDC)

$100,000

$244,889

$370,859 GEAR Up U.S. Department of Education

$217,259


FY 2012--Awarded 2 Children's Enrichment Center Sharalle Arnold 3 Children's Enrichment Center Sharalle Arnold 4 LGBT Colette Seguin Beighley

$19,419,935 Obesity Prevention in Child Care Utilizing NAP SACC

$3,000

Michigan Department of Community Health Darkness to Light... Stewards of Children Training

$600

Allendale Community Foundation Empowering Students, Challenging Systems

$150,000

Arcus Foundation

Finance and Administration Division ‐‐ James D. Bachmeier, Vice President Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center (MAREC) ‐‐ Arn Boezaart 1 MAREC Arn Boezaart & Kim Walton

Regional Energy Demonstration Centers Project

Brandon DeHaan

$18,000

Michigan Strategic Fund/Michigan Energy Office

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

$18,000

$8,686 Safe Communities: Youth Alcohol Enforcement FY2012

$8,686

U.S. Department of Transportation

University Relations ‐‐ Matthew E. McLogan, Vice President Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies (HCPS) ‐‐ Gleaves Whitney, Director 1 Hauenstein Center Gleaves Whitney

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

Barbara Christl 2 WGVU Barbara Christl 3 WGVU Barbara Christl 4 WGVU Steve Chappell 5 WGVU Steve Chappell 6 WGVU Steve Chappell

$30,000

National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

WGVU Public Media ‐‐ Michael Walenta, General Manager 1 WGVU

$30,000

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

$1,170,960

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

$97,906

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

$79,175

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 Arts Council of Greater Grand Rapids

$23,000


FY 2012--Awarded 7 WGVU Steve Chappell

$19,419,935 American Graduate Grant Awareness Stipend Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB)

$3,000


FY 2013--Awarded

$2,718,128

Academic and Student Affairs Division‐‐Gayle R. Davis, Provost and Vice President College of Community and Public Service (CCPS) ‐‐ George Grant, Jr., Dean 1 Johnson Center Amber Erickson

2 Social Work, School of Joan Borst

Spectrum Health Rural Fit Kids Subaward

Sarah Keranen‐Lopez

MCH Leadership Grant

Janet Vail 2 AWRI Kevin Strychar 3 AWRI Mark Luttenton 4 AWRI Mark Luttenton 5 Psychology Amy Matthews 6 Regional Math and Science Center Karen Meyers

$327,499 TRiO Talent Search‐Year 2

Scott Grissom, Shaily Menon & Robert Talbert &  Shannon Biros

$327,499

U.S. Department of Education

Sustainability and Water Resources for K‐12 Students

$1,494,400 $15,000

Alcoa Foundation 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 Chapters Autism Education Center START Grant

$1,462,000

US Department of Education/Michigan Department of  Education Family Engineering Event

$1,100

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

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

$34,973

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

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

$9,889

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

College of Education (COE) ‐‐ Elaine Collins, Dean 1 TRiO Educational Talent Search

$44,862

WIDER: EAGER: GVSU Inventory of Instructional Practices

$137,893 $137,893

National Science Foundation (NSF)

Seidman College of Business (SCOB) ‐‐ H. James Williams, Dean

$370,800


FY 2013--Awarded 1 Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation Kevin McCurren

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

$2,718,128 Technology Transfer Office, Mentor in Residence Program Michigan Economic Development Corporation  (MEDC)/University of Michigan, Technology Transfer  Office MEDC Service Center Award

Michael Messner

$200,000

Michigan Economic Development Center (MEDC) Small Business Jobs Act (SBJA) Additional Funding

$95,800

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) International Traffic and Arms Regulations (ITAR) Training  Sessions

$50,000

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

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

$25,000

TRiO Educational Suupport Program

$312,674 $312,674

US Department of Education

Finance and Administration Division ‐‐ James D. Bachmeier, Vice President Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center (MAREC) ‐‐ Arn Boezaart 1 MAREC Arn Boezaart

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

$10,000 $10,000

Sierra Club

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

$20,000 American Graduate Engagement Grants 2012 Corporation for Public Broadcasting

$20,000

Bright Side Newsletter, October 2012  

A monthly publication from the OSP at GVSU, which highlights grants news and deadlines.

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