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The Bright Side of Grants 

Volume VI, Issue 3 June 2012

Office of Sponsored Programs, Chris ne Chamberlain, Director

In This Issue:  1. News 2. Cayuse Update 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

168

$49,614,190

Awards

83

$15,649,922

FY 2013 Submissions/Awards (to date)  Submissions

6

$903,661

Awards

1

$327,499

1. News Middle School Girls Learn about Engineering Careers at Camp, from GVNow, June 21, 2012 About 80 middle school girls flew the airplanes they designed and built at the Grand Valley Science, Technol‐ ogy and Engineering Preview Summer Camp conclusion event June 21. A group of cer fied pilots helped campers fly their airplanes at the Warped Wings Fly Field in Allendale. Dur‐ ing the four‐day camp, the students got a glimpse into the careers of engineers, an occupa on made up of 10 percent women. The same camp will run from June 25‐28. The program is held early enough to influ‐ ence a student’s choice of math, science, and technical courses in middle and high school. These courses help prepare them to enter and succeed in college‐level pro‐ grams. The camp is coordinated by Grand Valley’s Seymour and Esther Padnos College of En‐ gineering and Compu ng with support from Alcoa Founda on, Alcoa Howmet‐ Whitehall Opera ons, Michigan Space Grant Consor um, West Michigan Avia on Academy and SME Educa on Founda on.


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2. News, Cont.  Grand Valley Teams with MSU for Research Projects, from GVNow, July 10, 2012 Two researchers at Grand Valley State University’s Annis Water Resources Ins tute will collaborate with sci‐ en sts at Michigan State University on a pair of separate projects a er receiving a grant. Bopi Biddanda, associate professor, and Ryan Thum, assistant professor, received a nearly $56,000 Water Ini a ve Research Grant Award to use in collabora on with their counterparts from MSU. Biddanda will work with MSU researchers and a Grand Valley undergraduate student to study the inner workings of the Mus‐ kegon Lake ecosystem. They will also use data from Grand Valley’s Muskegon Lake Observa on buoy to de‐ termine in near‐real me what effect storms have on the lake. They also plan to study how the lake releases gases, including the highly potent greenhouse gas nitrous ox‐ ide, during the warm summer months.“It’s very exci ng to get to collaborate with our colleagues from Michi‐ gan State,” Biddanda said. “We’re looking forward to learning more about the lake and exploring joint educa‐ onal programs between Grand Valley and MSU.” Thum’s research will focus on Eurasian watermilfoil, an introduced invasive aqua c plant that can exhibit re‐ sistance to herbicides that are currently used to get rid of the plant. Thum and his MSU colleagues will test whether unique muta ons in a gene they have iden fied causes the plant to be resistant. “We’ll be able to learn more about this problem with the combined resources of the two universi es,” Thum said. “I’m excited to see this partnership take off.”Researchers from both universi es will also use the grant period to explore joint educa onal programs, which could lead to new academic offerings for students.

2. Cayuse Upgrade  We are pleased to formally announce the upcoming release of Cayuse 424 Version 5.0 on Friday, July 20th at 1:00 pm Eastern. Cayuse424 will be offline for approximately 2 hours. Version 5.0 delivers: Proposal audit trail Tracks a proposals history Uploading or removing a achments Proposal search enhancements Search now func ons on en re proposal list by default ‘View days back’ changed to ‘View by date’ in which the proposal was first created New Forms Mul ‐project Cover Page Mul ‐project Subaward Addi onal fixes and updates Release notes for Version 5.0 are can be found at h p://support.cayuse.com/docs/Cayuse%20424/cayuse‐ 424‐release‐notes


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3. Grants Resource Center News  Startup America Con nues with i6 2012, from GrantWeek, June 18, 2012    The Office of Innova on and Entrepreneurship, part of the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Develop‐ ment Administra on, has announced the opening of the $6 million 2012 i6 Challenge. Launched in 2010 as part of the Startup America Ini a ve, the i6 Challenge is a compe on for na onal models to drive startup crea on and innova on commercializa on. Under this third round of compe on, six teams will be awarded up to $1 million each for innova ve proposals to create and expand proof of concept centers. Applica ons are due by July 20, 2012. The centers will accelerate entrepreneurial thinking among innovators and researchers, create high‐quality entrepreneurs and startup companies, develop a network of experts to support entrepreneurs and new ven‐ tures, and spark future job crea on and economic growth across the U.S. Regional partnerships and collabo‐ ra on among public, university, corporate, nonprofit, and philanthropic resources are encouraged. Detailed informa on will be presented during an applicant webinar on June 19, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. ET (call‐in number: 992/440.357, passcode: 123456). For more informa on, contact Richard Sebenoler at Rsebe‐ noler@eda.doc.gov or 512/381‐8144.

A First for NEA – Grants Awarded for Arts Research, from GrantWeek, June 25, 2012    In late May the Na onal Endowment for the Arts (NEA) granted fi een awards totaling $250,000 in support for research projects, “to inves gate the value and impact of the arts in the United States.” This is a first for the agency, which historically has funded only arts projects and projects about the arts. And this is only the most recent of several new and exci ng ini a ves for NEA. Recent months, and recent GrantWeek ar cles, have reported NEA’s involvement in economics and health. NEA con nues to prove itself to be a nimble and resourceful federal agency. Among the Art Works: Research elite first round of awardees is GRC member University of Illinois at Chicago. Their $10,000 award will support“a study to examine the impact of arts exposure and ar s c expression on society, including civic engagement and social tolerance.” Other supported projects examined issues of diver‐ sity, economic impact, and behavior changes in arts par cipants. Sunil Iyengar, director of NEA’s Office of Research and Analysis, will be presen ng at GRC’s upcoming Exter‐ nal Funding Conference in August. Be sure to catch his concurrent session on Monday a ernoon to learn more about research opportuni es at NEA including the future of the Arts and Human Development Task Force.


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3. Grants Resource Center News, Cont. Strategies for Seeking Funding, from GrantWeek, June 25, 2012  A June 6, 2012 essay in Inside Higher Ed by Elizabeth Simmons, dean of Lyman Briggs College at Michigan State University and Na onal Science Founda on CAREER awardee, provides strategies — some tried‐and‐ true, others novel — for ge ng “what you need to get your idea off the ground.” GRC members will appreci‐ ate the encouragement this ar cle provides to faculty to coordinate their efforts with administrators. This helps avoid issues of limited submission and internal approval of proposed budgets. This coordina on should be approached as a partnership – contact should begin early and be ongoing from first proposal dra through post‐award repor ng. Briggs writes that the first thing to remember is the most elementary, but can never be emphasized enough: read all instruc ons carefully. Issues that seem trivial can render a carefully constructed proposal invalid. And of course, there is no graver mistake than missing the deadline. Simmons also recommends contac ng agen‐ cy or founda on program staff with ques ons not answered in the request for applica ons document, but cau ons against “fishing expedi ons” that indicate the caller hasn’t done his/her homework, or can appear to be lobbying for special treatment. GRC staff issue advice of this type o en, but Simmon’s unambiguous approach to these topics and her history of funding success makes her voice a welcome addi on to this conversa on. Her ar cle also offers advice about pursuing internal funding and naviga ng rela onships with department chairs and other colleagues. Simmon’s advice has the ring of truth and her essay would be a great way to start a conversa on on campus about grants that would encourage faculty members to spend their summer developing proposals.

Gates Founda on to Stay the Course, from GrantWeek, July 2, 2012  In an exclusive interview with The Chronicle of Higher Educa on Bill Gates, leader of the world’s richest foun‐ da on and Microso founder, discussed technology, grantmaking, and the future of higher educa on. The interview came on the eve of Mr. Gates's keynote speech at an event to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Morrill Act, which created the na onwide system of land‐grant colleges. In both their domes c and inter‐ na onal giving programs, the Bill and Melinda Gates Founda on has been willing to fund unorthodox and overlooked ideas. In the university se ng some of the Gates Founda on grants have proven controversial. Some academics say a business mindset too focused on the ‘bo om line’ of comple on metrics dilutes the educa onal experience. Others are reluctant to embrace technology to deliver course content. Gates re‐ sponds, “So all the grants are to people in universi es, and, yes, some people in universi es disagree with other people in universi es. But if you have a sense that comple on is a good thing, then you're all eventual‐ ly going to come to a consensus that yes, we can improve.” Interviewer Jeffery Young reflects “It sounds like your argument is that you're placing a variety of bets, in a way, rather than telling universi es that this is the way that it should be done with your grant money, which is pre y powerful.” Gates agrees and confirms his willingness to work with and hear ideas from a variety of “change agents” within universi es. When asked if the Founda on’s domes c program will shi their focus away from educa on Gates unequivocally answers in the nega ve, “We want to learn, make mistakes, try new things out, find new partners. And so un l we've done something quite drama c, which in the best case would be in 10 to 20 years, we're not going to move on and do something else.”


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3. Grants Resource Center News, Cont. NEH and NSF Partner to Save Languages, from GrantWeek, July 9, 2012  The Na onal Science Founda on (NSF) and Na onal Endowment for the Humani es (NEH) are accep ng pro‐ posals under their annual joint compe on for Documen ng Endangered Languages. The deadline is Sep‐ tember 15, 2012. “Made urgent by the imminent death of an es mated half of the 6,000 to 7,000 currently used languages,” the program provides about $4.1 million annually — $3.1 million from NSF and $1 million from NEH — for research projects, fellowships, and disserta on support to advance knowledge and preserve endangered hu‐ man languages. Projects may involve data management, archiving, digital recording, documen ng, and archiving of endan‐ gered languages, including the prepara on of lexicons, grammars, text samples, and databases. At least half of the available funding supports projects involving fieldwork, and there is a strong emphasis both on ex‐ ploi ng informa on technology advances and on training the next genera on of language researchers. All projects must focus on at least one of three emphasis areas: language descrip on, preserva on infrastruc‐ ture, or computa onal methods. Award amounts vary by project type and scope. NSF and NEH both provide project grants — 18 to 22 total each year — ranging from $12,000 to $150,000 for one to three years. NEH also grants fellowships — gener‐ ally 12 per year — which provide $4,200 per month for six to 12 months, and NSF awards doctoral disserta‐ on research improvement grants of up to $12,000 for project periods of up to 24 months. The program is fairly compe ve: at NEH, the funding ra o has averaged 14 percent over the last five years, with an annual average of 10 awards per 73 applica ons received. A endees at the 2012 GRC External Funding Conference will receive insight into Documen ng Endangered Languages program priori es and proposal development during an August 21, 2012 session. In the mean‐ me, review past awards, including several to GRC member ins tu ons, and direct specific ques ons to the NEH Preserva on and Access Division at preserva on@neh.gov or NSF program director Keren Rice at ke‐ rice@nsf.gov.

FDP Creates FCOI Templates, from GrantWeek, July 9, 2012  GRC members working to develop financial conflict of interest policies in response to the Public Health Ser‐ vice (PHS) 2011 revised requirements on promo ng objec vity in research (42 CFR, Part 50, Subpart F) may benefit from the use of two new models developed by the Federal Demonstra on Partnership. A model financial conflict of interest policy and model disclosure form are intended for sub‐recipients that are not prime awardees of U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Public Health Service funding. Us‐ ers — whether GRC members or their partners — must conduct their own review to ensure that these mod‐ els or adapted versions are compliant with PHS policy. A checklist for policy development and an FCOI tutori‐ al are available on the Na onal Ins tutes of Health website to assist ins tu ons with this process.


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4. Upcoming Deadlines Arts / Humani es / Interna onal  American Council of Learned Studies ‐ China Studies Programs (due Oct. 2) College Art Associa on ‐ Millard Meiss Publica on Grants (due Oct. 1) Na onal Endowment for the Humani es ‐ DFG/NEH Bilateral Digital Humani es Program (due Sep. 27) US Agency for Interna onal Development ‐ Unsolicited Concept Papers and Proposals (due Oct. 1)

Educa on / Economic and Community Development  American Educa onal Research Associa on ‐ AERA Grants Program (due Sep. 5) IBM Center for the Business of Government ‐ Research S pends (due Oct. 1) Na onal Educa on Associa on Founda on ‐ NEA Founda on Grants (due Oct. 15) US Department of Homeland Security ‐ FLETC College Intern Program (due Sep. 28)

Health / Mental Health  Administra on for Children and Families ‐ Street Outreach Program (due Aug. 6) Epilepsy Founda on of America ‐ Research Grants and Fellowships (due Oct. 1) Na onal Ins tutes of Health ‐ Academic Research Enhancement Award (AREA) (due Oct. 25) Na onal Ins tutes of Health ‐ Mental Health Research Disserta on Grant to Increase Diversity (due Aug. 22)

Science / Engineering  Na onal Science Founda on ‐ Energy, Power, and Adap ve Systems (EPAS) (due Oct. 7) Na onal Science Founda on ‐ Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) (due Aug. 22) US Department of Defense ‐ Mathema cal Sciences Program (due Oct. 15) US Department of the Interior ‐ North American Wetlands Conserva on Act Grants (due Oct. 25)

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


FY 2012--Awarded

$15,649,922

Academic and Student Affairs Division‐‐Gayle R. Davis, Provost and Vice President Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies (BCOIS) ‐‐ Wendy Wenner, 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

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

$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)

$40,000 $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)

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 and Electronic Platform

$500,000

W.K. Kellogg Foundation State of Generosity

$5,000

McGreagor Fund State of Generosity

$25,000

Guido A. and Elizabeth H. Binda Foundation 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

$15,649,922 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 & Michael Posthumus 3 COE Center for Educational Partnerships Jaymes Pyne 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

Bopi Biddanda

2 AWRI Bopi Biddanda

$2,000

City of Muskegon $2,763,424 Groundswell Program Support

$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 Science Teacher Education and Development Phase II

$161,959

Michigan Department of Education The 'Don't Forget the Kids' Literacy Project

$1,250

Grand Traverse Community Foundation TRiO Upward Bound

$2,136,788

U.S. Department of Education TRiO Upward Bound Program

$387,627

U.S. Department of Education

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

$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

NASA Michigan Space Grant Graduate Fellowship  (Michael Snider)

$2,415,029 $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 3 AWRI

Bopi Biddanda & Ryan Thum 4 AWRI

Carl Ruetz 5 AWRI Carl Ruetz 6 AWRI Carl Ruetz & Ryan Thum 7 AWRI Janet Vail 8 AWRI Janet Vail

9 AWRI

Janet Vail 10 AWRI John Koches 11 AWRI

Kevin Strychar

12 AWRI Mark Luttenton 13 AWRI Richard Rediske

$15,649,922 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 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 USR Task Order #1(B)

$4,743

Consumers Energy Funds to URS Corporation Lake Sturgeon Population Dynamics in the Kalamazoo  River

$50,000

Gun Lake Tribe (Match‐E‐Be‐Nash‐She‐Wish Band of  Pottawatomi Indians)  EPA/MDNRE/CMU Great Lakes Connections (Phase 2)

$2,000

EPA/MDNRE/CMU Great Lakes Connections (Phase 2) 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) Houghton Lake E. Coli Reduction Subaward

$111,723

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)/Michigan  Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) 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 Tyler Creek E. Coli Reduction Project Michigan Department of Environmental  Quality/Timberland RC&D, Inc.

$36,790


FY 2012--Awarded 14 AWRI

Richard Rediske 15 AWRI Richard Rediske

16 AWRI Richard Rediske 17 AWRI Richard Rediske 18 AWRI Rick Rediske 19 Biology Amy Russell 20 Biology Amy Russell 21 Biology Erik Nordman 22 Chemistry Andrew Korich 23 Chemistry

Christopher Lawrence 24 Chemistry Shannon Biros 25 Communications, School of Keith Oppenheim

$15,649,922 Investigation of Sediment Toxicity in White Lake for  Removing the Degradation of Benthos Benificial Use  Impairment

$2,830

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) Flat River Monitoring Project

$5,000

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality  (MEDQ)/Schrems West Michigan Trout Unlimited  Subcontract Analysis of Sediment Samples from Muskegon Lake for  Total Organic Carbon and Grain Size

$13,991

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Burbot PCB Analysis

$6,200

U.S. Geological Survey 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

$4,924

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration  (NOAA)/UM/MSU Subaward 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 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass  Communication (AEJMC)

$3,000


FY 2012--Awarded 26 Geology John Weber

27 Geology John Weber

28 Math Charlene Beckmann

29 Modern Languages & Literatures Jason Yancey 30 Physics Karen Gipson

31 Psychology Amy Matthews 32 Psychology Mario Fific 33 Regional Math and Science Center Karen Meyers 34 Regional Math and Science Center Karen Meyers 35 Regional Math and Science Center Karen Meyers 36 Regional Math and Science Center Kathy Agee & Ranelle Brew Kirkhof College of Nursing (KCON) ‐‐ Cynthia McCurren, Dean

$15,649,922 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 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/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) Siglo de Oro Spanish Drama Festival ‐ 37th Annual: Tirso  de Molina's Antona Garcia Performance

$20,000

U.S. Department of Interior/National Park 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) 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) Promoting Reform in Mathematics Education/Developing  Mathematical Thinkers

$282,094

U.S. Department of Education/Michigan Department of  Education/Wayne RESA Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the  Environment (GLOBE) Teacher Workshop on Climate

$1,800

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration  (NOAA)/GLOBE Mathematics & Science Centers Grant

$72,762

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

$2,000

Abbott Vascular $294,699


FY 2012--Awarded 1 Nursing Elaine Van Doren

$15,649,922 The ADVANCE Program‐Yr 3 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 Jonathan Engelsma 2 Engineering, School of Charlie Standridge

3 Engineering, School of Charlie Standridge

4 Engineering, School of Sara Maas

GVSU‐Motorola Applied Research Center Collaboration

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

Educational Modules Concerning Processes for  Remanufacturing, Repurposing, and Recycilng of Batteries

Melissa Selby‐Theut

$9,000

$25,000

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

$10,000

National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA)/MSGC

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 Consulting Services 2012

$1,725,000

Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC)  Export Assistance Grant

$100,000

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

$300,000

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

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

$144,000

Motorola BCS

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

$294,699

TRiO Educational Support Services 2011‐12

$557,563 $312,674

U.S. Department of Education

2 TRiO McNair

TRiO McNair Program 2011‐12

Dolli Lutes

U.S. Department of Education

$244,889


FY 2012--Awarded

$15,649,922

Student Services (STU) ‐‐ Bart Merkle, Vice Provost and Dean 1  Multicultural Affairs, Office of Bobby Springer 2 Children's Enrichment Center Sharalle Arnold 3 Children's Enrichment Center Sharalle Arnold 4 LGBT Colette Seguin Beighley

$370,859 GEAR Up

$217,259

U. S. Department of Education Darkness to Light... Stewards of Children Training

$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

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

$30,000

National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

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

$30,000

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

$97,906

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

$79,175

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

$1,170,960

Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) Michigan Hometown Stories National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)/Michigan  Humanities Council

$14,500


FY 2012--Awarded 5 WGVU Steve Chappell 6 WGVU Steve Chappell 7 WGVU Steve Chappell

$15,649,922 Health, Safe, Drug‐Free Schools and Communities  Coalition in Kent County

$9,700

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services  (DHHS)/Kent ISD American Graduate Grant Awareness Stipend

$3,000

Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) WGVU Engage & Furthering the Arts of Grand Rapids Arts Council of Greater Grand Rapids

$23,000


FY 2013--Awarded

$327,499

Academic and Student Affairs Division‐‐Gayle R. Davis, Provost and Vice President College of Education (COE) ‐‐ Elaine Collins, Dean 1 TRiO Educational Talent Search Sarah Keranen‐Lopez

$327,499 TRiO Talent Search‐Year 2 U.S. Department of Education

$327,499

Bright Side Newsletter, July 2012  

Monthly newsletter from GVSU OSP.

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