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KEEPING YOU UP TO DATE ON THE LATEST RESEARCH NEWS AT SIUE

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VOL 28

Feb 2010

Office of Research and Projects

Research Highlights

Federal Regs on Public Access Policy and Research Publications Spark Debate Should the government require publications arising from federallysponsored research be made publically available through openaccess resources? Such questions have recently sparked renewed debate among academics, politicians, and librarians responding to recent policies adopted by the federal legislature and Obama Administration calling for more transparency in government and its funding agencies.

cess policy applicable to the researchers sponsored by the agency. Somewhat similar to the current policy by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Public Access Act would “require agencies to develop policies and procedures for the submission and posting of final peer-reviewed manuscripts making them publically accessible within 6 months of publication.”

In December 2009, the Office of Science and Technology Policy In June of 2009 the Federal Research Public Access Act, sponsored (OSTP) opened a public forum on its blog, inviting comments by Sen. Joe Lieberman (ID-CT) and Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX), about the role of government in public access to federallyintroduced legislation that would require each federal agency with sponsored research publications. Requested were specific sugges(Continued on page 3) extramural expenditures over $100 million to develop a public ac-

Mark Your Calendars: 2010 Spring Research Symposium and Technology Expo !!

New Info for NSF and NIH applicants: p. 6-7

The 2010 Annual Graduate School Spring Symposium will be held on Wednesday, March 31st, in the Morris University Center. The Symposium will feature events such as the Graduate Student Research Symposium and Reception, the Paul Simon Outstanding Scholar Award Luncheon, Author’s Display of faculty publications, the Chancellor’s Researcher’s Reception and other events to be announced later. For more information about all Spring Symposium events, contact Linda Skelton, extension 2958 or lskelto@siue.edu. Invitations to the Paul Simon Outstanding Scholar Award Luncheon and the Chancellor’s Researcher’s Reception will be mailed in March. This year’s symposium will be preceded by an SIU Technology & Innovation Expo on Tuesday, March 30th. Applications for posters are now being accont. next page cepted.

Featured External Funk, A., English: “The Wonder-Room,” Brown Foundation Fellows Residency Program O’Brien, L; Wei, C; Shabestary, N; DeMeo, C: Chemistry: “Isothermal Calorimetry for Physical Chemistry and Biochemistry Laboratories,” National Science Foundation Neuman, B., Pharmacy: “Targeting the Relief of Chronic Pain with Orally Active Peroxynitrite Decomposition Catalysts,” National Institutes of Health

Upcoming External Deadlines: Feb 25: NIH AREA; March 2: National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminars & Institutes; April 15: Illinois Humanities Council; April 20: NSF MRI Upcoming Internal Deadlines: March 5: Vaughnie Lindsay New Investigator Award SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights


CALL FOR STUDENT PRESENTERS AT THE 2010 GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM Faculty and staff in all disciplines are encouraged to invite their graduate students, and students in the Undergraduate Research Academy, to participate in the Graduate Student Research Symposium scheduled for Wednesday, March 31, 2010 from 1:30 – 3:30 in the Morris University Center (MUC). This event allows students the opportunity to present research papers, posters, exhibits, and performances before an audience of faculty, staff, fellow students, friends and family. A reception honoring the presenters will take place immediately following the Symposium at 3:30pm. Interested students are asked to submit electronically an abstract of no more than 250 words on their research or creative activities, or of a faculty mentor’s research in which they are active, and a completed Information/Application sheet to the Graduate School by March 15th . These abstracts will be used for planning purposes and will be included in a booklet that will be available the day of the event. Information/Application sheets are available on our website at: www.siue.edu/graduate. Please note that applications and abstracts must be sent electronically to lskelto@siue.edu by no later than 4:30p.m., March 15, 2010. All faculty, staff, students, friends, and family are invited to attend the Symposium and the reception. Contact Linda Skelton in the Office of Research and Projects at lskelto@siue.edu or at extension 2958 for more information.

Call for Poster Presentations: SIU Technology and Innovation Expo - March 30, 2010 On Tuesday, March 30, 2010, from 9:30am-5:00pm, the SIU Technology and Innovation Expo Spring 2010 will take place on the SIU Edwardsville Campus. The event is for representatives from business, industry and academia, as well as alumni who could eventually serve in advisory or funding capacities for university-developed enterprises. This event will feature a number of presentations by SIU-affiliated scientists and inventors with technology to license or research collaborations to outline. Keynote presentations will be given by successful industry collaborators Dr. James Bashkin, Research Associate Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at UMSL and Chemistry Director/Co-founder of NanoVir, and Matt Kulig, serial entrepreneur, MBA (from SIUE), and currently COO for Aisle411.com. Throughout the day exhibitions by speakers, sponsors, service providers, academia, and entrepreneurs will be on display in the common areas. The event will wrap up with an attendee and alumni reception with beverages and hors d'oeuvres. The event seeks to create new opportunities for commercialization and further technology development from the research at the SIU System campuses. SIUE faculty members wishing to present posters of recent creative projects are encouraged to contact Christa Johnson at cjohnaa@siue.edu or call x2171. Register: http://siueb.wildfire.net/wum4/viewer?ACTION=DrillDown&CategoryID=4 More Info at: http://techtransfer.siuc.edu/tie/s10/

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tions in the areas of “implementation,” “features and technology,” and “management.” Focus included the role of Internet resources and central databases in making publications available. NIH’s current policy, which requires that research publications be submitted to a central database within 12 months of publication, was again evoked as a potential model. Public commentary focused on topics ranging from who should be responsible for submitting the publications (individual researcher, publisher, or sponsoring agency) to the degree of database centralization. Some public responders worried about the potential impact of public-access policies on active research projects and confidentiality, but blog managers kept their interest focused on peer-reviewed publications resulting from federally-funded research only. The White House also moved forward with requiring more transparency from the agencies. A December 2009 directive from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) requires all federal

agencies to create an Open Government webpage, reporting their activities and making such information available as high-value data sets (to the extent permitted by law and restrictions) and that which is “retrievable, downloadable and indexed” in typical web engines. “Information” is classified as “any communication or representation of knowledge such as facts, data or opinion presented in any medium or format.” (OMB Circular A-130). The National Science Foundation, for instance, has recently established www.nsf.gov/ open to answer the call for transparency. —Patience Graybill Condellone References: OTSP Blog: http://blog.ostp.gov/ NIH Public Access Policy: http://publicaccess.nih.gov/policy.htm NSF Open Govt. Initiative: http://www.nsf.gov/open/ Blum, Carol. “Unfinished Business in Washington.” NCURA Magazine. January/February 2010, 3.

Libraries and Open Access: A Solution to High Publisher Fees? For decades academic libraries have seen significant annual price increases caused by the growing number of journals published by a handful of large, multinational commercial publishers, as they systematically absorbed titles traditionally published by independent, not-for-profit entities. Between 1986 and 2004, journal expenditures of North American research libraries rose by 273%, with the average title cost increasing by 188%. During this period, the U.S. Consumer Price Index rose by 73%.(1) While many university libraries have been facing severe budget cuts, journal costs have been outstripping inflation by a factor of almost 4.

successful grant writing are both often required by their employing institutions. Unfortunately, many commercial publishers see this as a rich and ever-growing supply of free content. Their current economic model is based on selling access to aggregated nonproprietary academic content, often taking away author rights for further use of the content, as well.

Academic libraries are being force to confront this situation. Many have had to cancel subscriptions to journals and more aggressively advocate for the open access of scholarly research. Librarians created organizations like SPARC (Scholarly Publishing & Academic Large commercial publishers in the academic journal market conResearch Consortium) which led the effort to introduce legislation tinue to see increasing profits. For instance, in 2002, Elsevier, the to promote public access, and built an even larger coalition, the largest journal publisher in the science, technology and medical Alliance of Taxpayer Access (ATA), an even wider variety of field, experienced a 25% increase in revenue and a 25% increase in groups having a shared interest in opening the results of publiclyoperating profit.(2) funded research. Of particular concern to libraries is the fact that the scholarly jour- SIUE librarians have also joined the open access effort (more about nal market was never intended to be a commercial market. Unlike this in the next newsletter), including the publishing of a libguide authors of books or music, authors of scholarly articles do not pub- on the NIH Public Access Policy Compliance Process.(3) lish their work in exchange for financial compensation. The authors 1. Create Change, from the Association of Research Libraries of articles are unpaid, as are most reviewers and many journal edi2. “Sales and Earnings Improve at Reed Elsevier.” Publishers tors. Academic authors publish their work so that it can be seen and Weekly v.250 no.9 (March 3, 2003) p.28 used by the broadest possible audience. 3. NIH PAP Compliance Process LibGuide http:// siue.libguides.com/NIH_Public_Access_Policy Scholarly journals are also unique in that their authors work in a —Charlotte Johnson, Lovejoy Library “publish or perish” culture where journal publication is required to advance their careers through tenure and promotion. Publishing and

SIUE Public Access Policy Lib Guide: http://siue.libguides.com/NIH_Public_Access_Policy

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Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities Program (URCA) Provides Opportunities for Students to Learn and Researchers to Gain Valuable Research Help Undergraduate students’ participation in research has been increasing nationwide in recent years. A growing number of schools are developing programs specifically for their undergraduate students to gain research experience in a variety of disciplines. These programs respond to findings that undergraduate students participating in research and creative activities or other types of engaged learning demonstrate "increased creativity and critical thinking, enhanced ability to put classroom knowledge into practice, greater persistence in the major, higher rates of acceptance and enrollment in graduate/ professional schools, enhanced ability to work collaboratively with others in teams, and enhanced development of personal initiative" (Osborn, 2008, p 4-5).

comes. Calls for faculty applications go out once in the fall and spring semesters and are submitted to Dr. Laura Pawlow, the URCA Coordinator. Applications are then reviewed by Dr. Pawlow and Dr. Vicki Scott, Assistant Provost for Academic Innovation and Effectiveness. In order to qualify for the URCA Assistant Program the following semester, projects must be clearly described by the faculty member, and student duties and outcomes must represent scholarly activities rather than regular student-worker tasks, such as copying papers and grading exams. Accepted projects are posted on the URCA website (http://www.siue.edu/urca/ assistantcurrentprojects.shtml) and students from across the university are encouraged to apply. Students interested in Assistant positions can submit online applications for positions directly to the faculty director. Once a faculty member has selected his or her SIUE has officially provided undergraduate research experience through the Undergraduate Research Academy (URA) since 1990. Assistant(s), he or she will meet with the Assistant(s) at the beginning of the semester to explain roles and student responsibilities. The 2009-2010 academic year marks the beginning of the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (URCA) Program, which Upon successful completion of the semester’s duties, an Assistant has expanded from and replaced the former URA program. URCA in a funded position will receive a one-time award posted to his or provides more undergraduate students each year with the opportu- her student account. nity to participate in research than was previously possible under Funding will typically only be available for 80 Assistants each sethe URA. While a small group of students each year could take part in the URA, approximately 225 undergraduate students will be mester. If faculty members were not selected for funding or if they involved in undergraduate research and creative activities this year would like to have additional Assistants, they may request to offer unfunded Assistant positions to students. Faculty may also offer through the URCA Program. Faculty members participate in two their Assistants (funded and unfunded) course credit for participaways: by mentoring students who are a) URCA Associates or b) tion, as long as their department approves and has a mechanism in URCA Assistants. place for it. Mentoring an Associate An URCA Associate is a student who develops his or her own reAssistant positions create an introductory experience for students search project in which he or she is the principal investigator. Stu- who would like to learn more about research and creative activities. dents independently seek out a faculty mentor. Mentors agree to This experience provides students with a chance to see how scholprovide guidance and support as the student completes a project arly projects are planned and carried out. Not only will Assistants during their year in the URCA Program. The student works with gain first-hand experience with research and creative activities, but the mentor to write a project proposal and budget, which are then they will also develop the valuable skills outlined in each position’s submitted to the URCA Board for review. Each March, the Board outcomes. Students who complete Assistant positions may decide ranks the submitted proposals, selecting the students with the high- to re-apply the following semester to continue working with their est scoring proposals for inclusion as URCA Associates the follow- mentors as Assistants. They may also decide to delve deeper into ing school year. Twenty-two students are participating in the scholarship by developing their own project proposals for Associate URCA Program as Associates for the 2009-2010 academic year. positions. Choosing this route will allow the students to take more Associates begin working on their projects at the beginning of the of a leadership role by being the principal investigators in projects. fall semester and complete their projects by March. Projects are showcased at the annual URCA Symposium in April through a The goal of the URCA Program is to provide as many undergraduposter presentation. Associates receive a two-semester award to ate students as possible with high-quality, meaningful experiences support supplies and travel for dissemination of their findings. All in scholarly activities that have been shown to be beneficial to stuAssociates convene each month for a meeting at which they learn dents. Already, well over 200 students this year have begun their about issues related to research and creative activities in disciplines participation in the program. We look forward to sharing the outother than their own. comes of these experiences with you in coming months and years. Mentoring an Assistant Faculty members with active or planned research projects may engage an undergraduate student to work on the project for a minimum of one semester. Faculty applicants should develop a position description detailing the project, student duties, and student out-

—-Kendra Fark, Laura Pawlow, and Vicki Scott Osborn, J. M. (2009). From the president: assessing outcomes. Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly, 29, 4-5.

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AgencyUpdates: A revised version of the NSF Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPP), NSF 10-1, issued October 1, 2009 became effective January 4, 2010. Significant changes include: • The Project Reporting Requirements Articles have been updated to incorporate a new section which describes the project outcomes report that PIs will need to produce and submit to NSF within 90 days following expiration of the award. Language also has been added to clarify when annual and final project reports are considered due and when they become overdue.

NSF

A new Article has been added on Responsible Conduct of Research, which provides NSF’s implementation of Section 7009 of the America COMPETES Act regarding responsible conduct of research (RCR). This article requires that all PI’s submit a certification that the host institution has “a plan to provide appropriate training and oversight in the responsible and ethical conduct of research to undergraduates, graduate students, and postdoctoral researchers who will be supported by NSF to conduct research.” Training plans are not required for submission, but institutions have been advised that they are subject to review upon request. More information on the changes may be found at: http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/policydocs/pappguide/nsf10_1/gpg_sigchanges.jsp Please note: The SIUE Graduate Council and the Education and Research Policies Committee (ERP) have been assessing SIUE’s existing RCR course offerings and educational opportunities. Stay tuned for further developments in this area.

All SIUE NSF Applicants Must Certify RCR Training

Illinois Humanities Council The Illinois Humanities Council Grants has posted new updates for 2010: http://www.prairie.org/grants with major deadline dates set at February 15 and April 15. IHC's community grants program seeks proposals from nonprofit organizations that “have a story to tell about Illinois or who have a way to use the humanities to enrich community life.” They also accept proposals from organizations looking for technical assistance or general operating support. Generally, the IHC funds programs that encourage discussions about humanities-related topics in a community forum. Among the projects funded by IHC in our region in the past is the Oil and Water discussion series of 2009. Funding from IHC comes in the form of: -project grants, available up to $5000 - media grants up to $4000 for development and $5000 for production -general support grants (max award $5000; limited to non-profit organizations whose mission directly engages the humanities)

Illinois Arts Council Deadlines for Program Grants, Grants to Arts Service Organizations, and Partners-in-Excellence Programs have been extended from March 15 to April 20, 2010

Beginning January 4, 2010 SIUE Investigators submitting to the National Science Foundation (NSF) must sign and submit a certification demonstrating that the investigators will take responsibility for training any students and postdoc researchers working on the grant in the responsible and ethical conduct of research. A template certification document may be obtained at the Office of Research & Projects. Please contact Teri Gulledge at tgulled@siue.edu or x3114.

NEH : Summer Seminar Applications Due March 2, 2010 http://www.neh.gov/grants/guidelines/ seminars.html

Three Quick Tips for Receiving Easy Funding & Agency News 1. 2. 3.

Sign up for a funding e-mail list serve from your favorite agencies. This is an easy, passive way to get daily updates from the agency about the programs cycling through the agency. Most agency websites allow you to sign up from the home page. Sign up for weekly or monthly updates in COS from your COS profile. If you have entered keywords related to your research, or even better, have tagged specific grants and agencies that you would like to track, COS will send you weekly updates about related grants. Sign up for an RSS feed. RSS feeds broadcast daily funding announcements into a reader that will show regular headlines in your favorite browser. Grants.gov sends daily updates about newly posted grants through the RSS feed. Some browsers like Mozilla will set up a Reader as a bookmark in your bookmark toolbar, or you can subscribe to a Reader through Google. SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

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NIH Update NIH Restructures Application Forms: Effective January 25, 2010 The National Institutes of Health has revised three sections of its current application packages: The Research Plan Biographical Sketch Resources and Facilities NIH now requires shorter page limits: Current Page Limit (Section 2-5 of the Research Plan Less than 25 pages

New Page Limit (Research Strategy)

25 pages

12 pages

6 pages

For a breakdown of the newly designed Research Strategy, see below. Facilities and Other Resources section will require the following requirements: • Description of how the scientific environment will contribute to the probability of success of the project. • The unique features of the environment Institutional investment in the success of the investigator (Early Stage Investigators – resources, classes, etc).

Biographical Sketch changes will include the following: • A Personal Statement for Part A. emphasizing why a person’s experience and qualifications are suited to the role in the project. The current Research Plan consists of Background and Signifi• The Biographical Sketch will also require no more than 15 cance, Preliminary Studies/Progress Report, and Research Design publications based on recency and relevance to the project. and Methods. The new RESEARCH STRATEGY will include 3 The page limit remains at 4. subsections: Significance, Innovation, and Approach (a single PDF upload on the PHS 398 Research Plan Component of the SF For more information visit: 424). The Approach component will include information regard- http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/not-od-09-149.html ing preliminary studies for new applications or a progress report for renewal/revision applications. Greater than 25 pages

Follow FOA instructions

Former Research Plan (Section 5.5)

Restructured: “Research Strategy” (Section 5.5)

1. Introduction to Application (Resubmission or Revision Applications Only)

1. Introduction to Application (Resubmission or Revision Applications Only)

2. Specific Aims

2. Specific Aims

3. Background & Significance

3. Research Strategy a. Significance b. Innovation c. Approach ~Preliminary Studies for New Applications ~Progress Report for Renewal / Revision Applications

4. Preliminary Studies / Progress Report 5. Research Design and Methods 6. to 12.

4. to 10. (Renumbered)

13. Select Agent Research

11. Select Agent Research (modified)

14. to 17.

12. to 15. (Renumbered)

FYI: NIH AREA Grants support small research projects in the biomedical and behavioral sciences conducted by faculty and students in health professional schools, and other academic components that have not been major recipients of NIH research grant funds. Normally, the NIH AREA R15 funding opportunity is on the submission cycle of February 16th, June 25th, and October 25th. Beginning with the October 25, 2009 AREA R15 deadline, NIH increased the available funding from $150,000 to $300,000 in direct costs for a three year period.

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FROM THE OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND PROJECTS

ORP Announces Spring 2010 Workshop Schedule The Office of Research and Projects is pleased to announce its new workshop schedule for Spring 2010. Full descriptions of each workshop may be found on the Graduate School website at http://www.siue.edu/graduate/research/workshops.shtml . To register, send an e-mail to pgraybi@siue.edu. Fri., Jan. 29, 2010 3:00 –4:00 p.m. Moved to April 8, 2010 2:00—3:00 p.m.

Finding Funding Opportunities: Electronic Resources for Sponsored Projects Graduate School Conference Room, Rendleman 2202 Responsible Conduct in Research and Your Grant— New Requirements for Training

Fri., Feb. 12, 2010 3:00—4:00 p.m.

Graduate School Conference Room, Rendleman 2202 Funding Opportunities for Humanities and the Social Sciences Graduate School Conference Room, Rendleman 2202

Wed., Feb. 17, 2010 3:00—4:00 p.m. Fri., Feb. 26, 2010 3:00—4:00 p.m.

Wed. Mar. 3, 2010 3:00—4:00 p.m.

Fri. Mar. 5, 2010 9:00—11:00 a.m.

Wed. Mar. 17, 2010 3:00-4:00 p.m.

Did I do that? : Do’s and Don’t’s of Sponsored Research (An Introduction to Good Grantsmanship) Graduate School Conference Room, Rendleman 2202 Climate of Compliance: It’s Getting Hot in Here! How to comply with federal grant regulations in an era of scrutiny and transparency. Graduate School Conference Room, Rendleman 2202 Do I Need Biosafety Clearance for My Research? - How to Use the New Biohazardous Materials Risk Self-Assessment Tool to Find Out (with Paul Wanda, Biology, SIUE and Loren Paul, Safety Officer, SIUE) Graduate School Conference Room, Rendleman 2202 Writing a Strong NSF application (with Jerry Weinberg, Engineering, SIUE) Provost’s Conference Room, Rendleman 3105 *Preregistration Required Budgets and Budget Justifications Graduate School Conference Room, Rendleman 2202

Fri. Mar 26, 2010 (tentative date)

Writing a Strong NIH application Graduate School Conference Room, Rendleman 2202

Fri. April 9, 2010 3:00—4:00 p.m.

I Got the Grant. Now What do I do?

August 2010 TBA

FIRST Program for New Faculty Dates to be announced (typically occurs the week before classes)

Graduate School Conference Room, Rendleman 2202

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SIUE Graduate School Announces the

2010 Distinguished Research Professors Prof. Ronald Schaefer, Distinguished Research Professor of English, has sustained an extraordinarily active record of research since his promotion to professor in 1995, bringing national and international recognition to his department. In the last 15 years since tenure, Schaefer has proved himself as a pioneering researcher and author, publishing two scholarly books and thirty-two scholarly articles or chapters in journals, conference proceedings, or compilations. His scholarship has appeared in prestigious journals in the United States, Europe, and Africa. He has shown his continued proliferation through the present, with one book and three articles/chapters under submission for publication and five articles in preparation. Since 1995, Schaefer has delivered presentations at sixty -nine academic conferences throughout the United States and the world, including Great Britain, Belgium, Germany, The Netherlands, India, South Africa, and Nigeria. He has also been active as a reviewer and has received three significant awards from the National Science Foundation, one from the National Endowment for the Humanities, and one from the U. S. Department of State. Professor Schaefer’s dossier demonstrates that his research and publications have had a tremendous impact on the field, students, and the public. External reviewers of Professor Schaefer's credentials provided unequivocal strong evidence of the high quality of his work. They state that Dr. Schaefer has been a forerunner in the investigation, analysis, and publication of the distinct area of scholarship on the Emai language

of Nigeria and that his work is widely recognized and highly respected. Doris Payne of the University of Oregon writes that "the quality and significance of Prof. Schaefer's research work, and the number of manuscripts he has currently in process ... clearly demonstrate that [this award] is well deserved." "Prof. Schaefer," writes another reviewer, "is a scholar of international standing--one who is recognized and admired by many of his colleagues, not only in the USA but in the same way in Europe, Africa, and other parts of the world, and whose research is of the highest international standards." Indeed, several colleagues noted that Professor Schaefer shows no sign of slowing down. His continuing enthusiastic commitment to his research on the Emai language of Southern Nigeria, and his recent and promising new research directions in the analysis and reconstruction of the Benin empire will continue to bring advances in knowledge within the discipline of linguistics and African culture, and international recognition for SIUE.

Steven Rigdon, Distinguished Research Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, was promoted to professor in 1996 and has brought broad acclaim to his department and has had a significant impact on both the theory and practice of his academic discipline. Prof. Rigdon has published 32 journal articles, including 15 since he was promoted to full professor. Prof. Rigdon is the first of two coauthors of Statistical Methods for the Reliability of Repairable Systems, published by John Wiley and Sons in 2000. Since 1998 Prof. Rigdon has been the only active co-author in publishing new editions of three different versions of a classic PrenticeHall Calculus textbook widely used at colleges and universities across the United States, and has been translated into Spanish, Indonesian, Korean, and Chinese. In 2009 Prof. Rigdon devel-

oped a unique prediction model and a related popular website for the 2008 presidential election, published in his paper "A Bayesian Prediction Model for the U.S. Presidential Election." As noted by one reviewer, Prof. Rigdon is considered "one of the foremost authorities in the world" on the subjects of "the development and application of mathematical and statistical techniques for problems in industrial statistics, specifically quality and reliability engineering.... He is widely respected for his research accomplishments, and has a world-wide reputation." Prof. Rigdon's research interests and contributions are broad, including original research in quality control, system reliability, economics, elections, and sports. His articles and books are cited broadly and he has received several awards. As a sign of recognition in his field, Dr. Rigdon has been invited numerous times to serve on review panels, editorial boards, and to professional organizations. He also shows no signs of slowing down, having published two articles this year, and submitted an innovative proposal for research on mathematics and music.

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Graduate School Announces FY 2011 STEP Award Winners Name

Department

Project Title

Total Award

Stacey Brown

English Languages & Literatures

“The Shallows, A Poetry Collection”

$10,020

Xin Chen

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering

“Adaptive Algorithms for Knowledge Acquisition over Complex Networks”

$13,875

Jessica DeSpain

English Lang & Lit

“The Wide, Wide World Digital Archive and Image Comparison”

$9,417

Brigham Dimick Ann Boxberger Flaherty

Art & Design

“Inherited Environments”

$11,705

Political Science

“Innocent Until Proven Greedy? Perceptions and Politics in American Indian Tribal Claims”

$6,300

Roberta Harrison; Frank Lyerla

Primary Care/ Health Sys Nursing

“Guideline Adherence for Managing Hypoglycemia”

$14,252

Kristine Hildebrandt; Larry LaFond

English Lang & Lit

“Dialect Variation in Southwestern Illinois”

$15,688

Stephen Hupp; Daniel Segrist

Psychology

“Development and Evaluation of the Healthy Internet Practices (HIP) for College Students”

$9,658

William Kolling

Pharmaceutical Sciences

“Stabilization of Silver Sulfadiazine Nanoparticles Synthesized via Microemulsions”

$9,300

Guim Kwon

Pharmaceutical Sciences

“Preservation of beta-cell mass to prevent and/or reverse type 2 diabetes”

$12,063

Faith Liebl

Biological Sciences

“Transcriptional Regulation of Glutamate Receptors by Kismet”

$13,886

Yun Lu

Chemistry

“Kinetics and Mechanism of the Base Catalyzed Hydride Reduction of NAD + Analogues by Isopropyl Alcohol in Aqueous Solution”

$11,711

Jeffrey Manuel

Historical Studies

“From Laboratory to Lawsuit: Intersections between Technology, the Environment, and the Law in the Twentieth Century”

$7,735

Dennis Mares

Sociology & Criminal Justice

“Weather and Crime: An Explorative Study of the Linkages Between Weather and Crime Indicators in St. Louis, MO 1994 – 2008”

$12,752

Gary Mayer

Computer Science

“Facilitating Poly-Formalism Composition Using Artificial Neural Networks”

$12,225

Marcelo Nieto; Karin Sandoval

Pharmaceutical Sciences

“Design, Synthesis and Evaluation of Novel Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators”

$15,516

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FY 2011 STEP Award Winners Cont. Name

Department

Project Title

Total Award

Robert Paulett

Historical Studies

“The Bewildering World of William De Brahm: Religion, Science, and Geography in Britain's Transatlantic Empire, 17501800”

$3,693

Laurie Puchner and Linda Markowitz

“Teacher candidates and diversity: A pilot study of changing knowledge, beliefs, and discourses”

$6,768

Jennifer Rehg

Educational Leadership; Sociology & Criminal Justice Anthropology

“Distribution and Population Densities of Callimico in Acre, Brazil”

$13,040

Carolina Rocha

Foreign Lang & Lit

“Representing Men and the Neoliberal State in Contemporary Argentine Cinema”

$7,048

Christopher Rosnick

Psychology

“The role of cortisol and alpha amylase in the intrusive thinkingcognition relationship”

$13,978

Jeffrey Sabby

Physics

“Project for an Observatory”

$6,482

Ying Shang

Electrical & Computer Engineering

“A Networked Control System Approach in Power Blackout Prevention and Control”

$7,300

Gregory Sierra

Accounting

“The Demand for Financial Audits in the U.S.: The Case of Privately-Held Banks”

$12,666

Andreas Stefik

Computer Science

“What is the Effect of Blindness on the Ability to use an Auditory Computer Programming Environment? An Empirical Study”

$11,212

Mary Sumner

School of Business

“An In-depth Case Study of Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Implementations: Mis-Alignments vs. Organizational Change”

$2,765

George Watson

Management & Marketing

“Developing Neural Network Simulations to Model the "Slippery Slope" of Unethical Behavior in Organizational Settings”

$7,200

Chin-Chuan Wei

Chemistry

“Structural Determination of NADPH Oxidase’5 Calcium Binding Domain by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy”

$8,611

William White

Computer Science

“Using Ocular Motion Capture to Provide Emotional Content to the Eyes of CGI Characters”

$9,000

Clay Williams

Computer Management & Information Systems

“Role of Specific Computer Self-Efficacy in Use of Complex Information Systems”

$10,870

Huichun (Judy) Zhang*

Chemistry, Environmental Science

“Veterinary Pharmaceuticals: Reductive Transformation and QSARs Development”

$15,996

*Annette and Henry Baich Award Winner

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2010 Annette and Henry Baich Award Winner: Huichun (Judy) Zhang The 2010-11 Annette and Henry Baich Award has been given to Huichun (Judy) Zhang for her project “Veterinary Pharmaceuticals: Reductive Transformation and QSARs Development “ The Annette and Henry Baich Award is given annually to the most outstanding STEP grant proposal for basic research conducted within the parameters of the Sigma Xi Society. Disciplines include such fields as the physical sciences, life and medical sciences, earth science, engineering, psychology or mathematics. Dr. Zhang is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Environmental Science, and has been at SIUE since 2008. Her profile includes expertise in environmental organic chemistry, redox chemistry, kinetics and mechanisms, contaminants, and wastewater treatment. Her winning STEP proposal, called “Veterinary Pharmaceuticals: Reductive Transformation and QSARs Development,” explores the contamination caused by veterinary pharmaceuticals exposed to aquatic environments. Dr. Zhang and her team propose new ways to investigate the ultimate fate of these pharmaceuticals in water. According to the proposal, the pharmaceuticals will be grouped and studied according to their similar structural characteristics. The study will “provide a systematic understanding of the reductive behavior of a variety of VPs [veterinary pharmaceuticals] containing carbon-nitrogen double bonds – a common structural moiety in many VPs.” Investigators will seek to understand the reduction kinetics of the model compounds; develop quantitative structural-activity relationships (QSARs) between molecular descriptors; and evaluate the ability of the QSARs to predict the reduction kinetics of the pharmaceuticals and other similar contaminants. According to Dr. Zhang, “this knowledge will yield fundamental insight into the factors governing the kinetics, and thus, be the basis for more accurate estimates of environmental fate, leading to a more accurate environmental risk assessment for this group of VPs.” Dr. Zhang hopes that this research will develop models that will open up research to better understand the ultimate impact certain chemical compounds have upon the environment.

Your Research Moment of Zen: A Haiku Farewell mild summer Grantwriting has chilled my brain Zombie refreshment —Mike Shaw, Dept of Chemistry

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SIUE RESEARCH CENTERS

Activities from the Institute for Urban Research by Andy Theising, Director Hold the Date: Saturday, May 1, 2010—Regional Neighborhood Conference The IUR is joining with Harris-Stowe State University, the St. Louis Metropolitan Research Exchange, and the St. Louis Association of Community Organizations to host a Regional Neighborhood Conference at Harris-Stowe in St. Louis on May 1st. The theme of the conference will be St. Louis Currents and many of the Currents authors will make presentations. More information will be available on the IUR website soon. Urban Scholar Profile: Ryan Fries Ryan Fries, an Assistant Professor in the Civil Engineering Department, is one of the active Urban Research Scholars currently working with the IUR. Dr. Fries is studying the relationship between driver distraction and the integration of roadside technologies inside vehicles (vehicle infrastructure integration, or VII). VII is part of the emerging intelligent transportation systems (ITS) being implemented in urban areas across the country. (In St. Louis, we see ITS showing up as the message boards on highways giving travel times and warning of lane blockage.) While programs like VII and ITS are intended to make driving safer, Dr. Fries is wondering if it is adding to driver distraction. He is using new driving simulation equipment purchased by the School of Engineering to test how drivers perform under various conditions. The Urban Scholar program was begun in 2008 in order to involve faculty in the study of urban issues and to advance the IUR’s research agenda. The IUR maintains about ten Urban Scholars at any given time. Each is given an amount of internal Graduate School funding ($500 to $5,000) to work on research for a period of one year, and then each works with IUR staff to develop an external grant proposal to fund work as an Urban Scholar for additional years. New proposals are welcome and may be e-mailed to Andy Theising at atheisi@siue.edu for consideration.

NCERC: National Corn to Ethanol Conducts Green Jobs Training Initiative Thanks to a grant from the Walmart Foundation funneled through the US Conference of Mayors, a partnership between SIUE/NCERC, the City of St. Louis, Gateway Greening and the St. Patrick Center’s GO! Network provides training opportunities for local workers in “green”-related technologies. The program called “Go! Green Jobs Training Initiative” provides short-term intensive training for approximately 60 displaced St. Patrick’s workers and includes two 2 -week sessions in September 2009 and March 2010. Participants earn a certificate of completion and four continuing education credits from the University. This and other initiatives allow the program to focus on the needs of St. Patrick workers. The St. Patrick Center joins several other city groups in receiving funds from the WalMart Foundation aimed at generating opportunities in education, workforce development, environmental sustainability, and wellness.

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Directory of Staff Steve Hansen, Associate Provost for Research and Dean, Graduate School shansen@siue.edu extension 3010 Lynn Maurer, Associate Dean, Graduate School lmaurer@siue.edu extension 5264 Christa Johnson, Associate Dean, Graduate School cjohnaa@siue.edu extension 2171 Jo Barnes, Director, ORP jbarnes@siue.edu extension 5199 David Bray, Senior Grants Accountant, ORP dbray@siue.edu extension 3693 Patience Graybill Condellone, Research Administrator, ORP pgraybi@siue.edu extension 5618 Teri Gulledge, Research Administrator, ORP tgulled@siue.edu extension 3114 Cindy Fulton, Grants and Contracts Administrator, Graduate School cfulton@siue.edu extensions 3164 and 3010 Chris Kessler, Administrative Secretary, Graduate School ckessle@siue.edu extension 3117 Gail Munneke, Grants Accountant, ORP gmunnek@siue.edu extension 3162 Shelly Robinson, Graduate Recruitment Coordinator michero@siue.edu extension 2811 Trisha Simmons, Grants Accountant, ORP tsimmon@siue.edu extension 3008 Linda Skelton, Research Administrator/Ethical Compliance, ORP lskelto@siue.edu extension 2958 Tammy Smart, Grants and Contracts Administrator, ORP thornbe@siue.edu extension 5364

SIUE Office of Research and Pro-

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Submitted Grants & Contracts: July 1, 2009 —Dec 31, 2009 Academic Affairs DATE PI_NAME

DEPT

TITLE

AGENCY

SPONS_TOTAL

9/3/09 BERRY, SHARON LEE

STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

FEDERAL PELL GRANT PROGRAM FY2010

U.S. DEPT OF ED

9/3/09 BERRY, SHARON LEE

STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

TANF/LOW INCOME SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

ILL DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES / LESSIE BATES DAVIS NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE

$444,444.00

9/3/09 BERRY, SHARON LEE

STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

FEDERAL WORK STUDY

U.S. DEPT OF ED

$551,699.00

9/3/209 BERRY, SHARON LEE

STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

ACADEMIC COMPETITIVE- U.S. DEPT OF ED NESS GRANT (ACG) & NATIONAL SMART GRANT

$323,795.00

9/3/09 BERRY, SHARON LEE

STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

FEDERAL SEOG

U.S. DEPT OF ED

$427,426.00

9/3/09 BERRY, SHARON LEE

STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

TEACH GRANT

U.S. DEPT OF ED

$8,000.00

9/3/09 MACLEAN, ROGER

EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH

ARRA: VOCATIONAL TRAINING AGREEMENTMADISON COUNTY

MADISON COUNTY EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING DEPARTMENT

$3,001,061.00

$20,000.00

College of Arts & Sciences 10/1/09 ABUSHARBAIN, ELAINE M 8/28/09 BROWN, VENESSA ANN

BIOLOGICAL WATER QUALITY CONFLICT RESOLUTION FIELD DAY, NOSCIENCES VEMBER 6, 2009 SOCIAL SOUTHERN REGION PERMANENCY ENHANCEMENT PROWORK JECT

11/17/09 BRUGAM, RICHARD; HOLT, JULIE; VOGEL, GREGORY; ABUSHARBAIN, ELAINE, KOHN, LUCI

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES; ANTHROPOLOGY

12/16/09 BRUNKOW, PAUL E

BIOLOGICAL DIVERSIFYING THE ICHTHYOLOGY SCIENCES TEACHING COLLECTION AT SIUE

NATIVE AMERICAN, EARLY EUROAMERICAN SETTLERS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE IN ILLINOIS: COUPLED HUMAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL INTERACTIONS

ILLINOIS EPA

ILLINOIS DEPT OF CHILDREN & FAMILY SERVICES NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION (NSF)

NATIONAL GREAT RIVERS RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER (NGRREC)

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$422.00

$99,329.00

$833,298.00

$5,723.00

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Submitted 07/09—12/09: College of Arts & Sciences DATE

PI_NAME

8/28/09 CARR, T R

8/28/09 CARR, T R

8/21/09 CARR, T R

8/28/09 CARR, T R

12/4/09 CARR, T R

12/11/09 CARR, T R

8/4/09 DE MEO, CRISTINA

10/15/09 DESPAIN, JESSICA

DEPT

TITLE

AGENCY

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION & POLICY ANALYSIS PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION & POLICY ANALYSIS PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION & POLICY ANALYSIS PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION & POLICY ANALYSIS PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION & POLICY ANALYSIS

INTERNSHIP

EAST ST. LOUIS HOUSING AUTHORITY

INTERNSHIP

ONLYLINK

INTERNSHIP

METRO EAST PARK AND RECREATION DISTRICT

$10,352.00

INTERNSHIP

CITY OF O'FALLON

$5,176.00

INTERNSHIP

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION

$6,326.00

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION & POLICY ANALYSIS CHEMISTRY

PREVENTION ST. CLAIR COUNTY

ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES EXPANDING THE SCOPE OF PRO- HENRY DREYFUS TECTING AND LEAVING TEACHER-SCHOLAR GROUPS IN CHEMICAL AWARDS SIALYLATIONS

$800,000.00

ENGLISH LANIMAGE COMPARISON TOOL GUAGE & LITERATURE

12/17/09 DUVERNELL, BIOLOGICAL SCIDAVID ENCES

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES (NEH)

LIFE HISTORY AND MORPHONATIONAL GREAT LOGICAL TRAIT VARIATION IN RIVERS RESEARCH TWO TOPMINNOW SPECIES AND EDUCATION (GENUS FUNDULUS) ALONG UP- CENTER (NGRREC) STREAM-DOWNSTREAM WITHIN -DRAINAGE ENVIRONMENTAL GRADIENTS

9/23/09 ESSELMAN, BIOLOGICAL SCIELIZABETH J ENCES

STATUS OF SCHOENOPLECTUS HALLII (HALL'S BULRUSH) IN ILLINOIS

8/28/09 ESSELMAN, BIOLOGICAL SCIELIZABETH J; ENCES KLEIN, RICHARD; JOHNSON, KEVIN; RETZLAFF, WILLIAM; LUESSE, DARRON

ARRA - GREENHOUSE RENOVATION

ILLINOIS ENDANGERED SPECIES PROTECTION BOARD NSF

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

SPONS_TOTAL $10,352.00

$5,176.00

$60,000.00

$25,000.00

$4,400.00

$750.00

$953,768.00

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Submitted 07/09—12/09: College of Arts & Sciences DATE

PI_NAME

12/17/09 ESSNER, RICHARD; MINCHIN, PETER 11/5/09 FIELDS, GREGORY

DEPT

TITLE

AGENCY

BIOLOGICAL STATUS OF A SMALL MAMMAL FOR- NGRREC EST-FLOOR COMMUNITY ASSEMSCIENCES BLAGE IN SOUTHWESTERN ILLINOIS

$6,000.00

PHILOSOPHY

JACK STRAW PRODUCTIONS

$1,100.00

NGRREC

$5,980.00

COAST SALISH SONGS AND TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE

BIOLOGICAL A SURVEY OF MACROFUNGI WITH 12/16/09 FOWLER, THOMAS; ACCOMPANYING DEVELOPMENTOF SCIENCES AN EDUCATIONAL TOOLKIT FOR A BARRY, KELLY NATURE CENTER IN THE MIDMISSISSIPPI WATERSHED 12/2/09 FUNK, ALLISON

11/11/09 GARCIA, HERNANDO

ENGLISH

CREATIVE WRITING PROJECT PROTHE BROWN POSAL FOR THE DORA MAAR HOUSE FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIP: THE WONDER-ROOM FELLOWS RESIDENCY PROGRAM

PHYSICS

MATERIALS WORLD NETWORK: IM- NSF PROVING THE EFFICIENCY OF SOLAR ENERGY DEVICES USING NOVEL ULTRATHIN SILICON FILM TECHNOLOGY THE UNIVERSAL ZOO NASA

9/11/09 GAY, PAMELA PHYSICS 8/28/09 GOEBLPARKER, ELIZABETH 11/25/09 GUEHLSTORF, NICHOLAS

$4,538.00

$78,214.00

$82,946.00

ART & DESIGN

GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIP

THE SAINT MICHAEL SCHOOL

$10,049.00

POLITICAL SCIENCE

COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON MITIGATION BANKING AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT: ILLINOIS AND MISSOURI, NOVIA SCOTIA AND ALBERTA STTR: BLUE LASER FOR OCEANOGRAPHIC LIDAR

ALBERTA INSTITUTE FOR AMERICAN STUDIES

$5,600.00

7/30/09 HAMAD, ABPHYSICS DUL; GARCIA, HERNANDO; BRAUNDMEIER, AJ 7/15/09 HILDEBRANDT, ENGLISH LANGUAGE KRISTINE & LITERATURE 9/9/09 HILDEBRANDT, ENGLISH KRISTINE 8/12/09 HOLT, JULIE ZIMMERMANN; SHAW, MICHAEL; KOHN, LUCI; WILLMOTT, CORY; ZHANG HUICHUN (JUDY)

SPONS_TOTAL

NAR & PHU (TIBETO-BURMAN, NEPAL): FIELD RESEARCH FOR AN AUDIO-VISUAL ARCHIVE OF COMPARATIVE LEXICAL & DISCOURSE MATERIAL

METASTABLE INSTRUMENTS, INC

$28,000.00

ENDANGERED LANGUAGES DOCUMENTATION PROGRAMME

$15,702.00

DOCUMENTING THE LANGUAGES OF NSF MANANG, NEPAL FOR LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL IMPACT

$421,525.00

ANTHROARRA: MRI-R2: ACQUISITION OF RA- NSF POLOGY; MAN AND INFRARED MICROSCOPES CHEMISTRY; FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

$636,019.00

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

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Submitted 07/09—12/09: College of Arts & Sciences 9/25/09 JOHNSON, KEVIN

CHEMISTRY

10/7/09 KHAZAELI, CHEMISTRY SADEGH 11/18/09 KITZ, DENNIS

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

DISSECTING THE PHYSIOLOGY AND REGULATION OF Cd TRANSPORT AND ACCUMULATION IN WHEAT GRAIN

LEHMAN COLLEGE, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK

"INCREASING THE MINORITY SCIENTIST CHICAGO STATE POOL" - ILLINOIS LOUIS STOKES UNIVERSITY-NSF ALLIANCE FOR MINORITY PARTICIPATION GLYCOPEPTIDE ANTIBIOTIC EFFECTS ON HOST IMMUNE RESPONSE TO CANDIDAL HEART INFECTIONS

$15,745.00

$20,000.00

FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES

$5,000.00

ART & DESIGN BELLEVILLE AREA SPECIAL SERVICES COOPERATIVE - INTERNSHIP

BELLEVILLE AREA SPECIAL SERVICES COOPERATIVE

$5,025.00

ART & DESIGN TWO GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIPS

MADISON STUDENT SUPPORT CENTER

$10,049.00

11/10/09 LEDZEWICZ, URSZULA

MATHEMATICS RUI: COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH: & STATISTICS OPTIMAL CONTROL OF MULTI-INPUT MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR TUMOR DYNAMICS UNDER COMBINATION THERAPIES

NSF

11/30/09 LIEBL, FAITH

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

INVESTIGATING THE ROLE OF MUCINS IN SUPPORT OF MENTORS GLUTAMATE RECEPTOR EXPRESSION AND & THEIR STUDENTS TRAFFICKING (SOMAS)

11/11/09 LIN, ZHIQING

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

MICROBIAL ENHANCED SeBIOFORTIFICATION: INCREASING SELENIUM CONTENTS OF CROPS IN SeDEFICIENT SOILS OF PAKISTAN

11/209 LU, YUN

CHEMISTRY

RUI: KINETICS AND MECHANISMS OF THE NSF ALCOHOL OXIDATION VIA HYDRIDE TRANSFER TO NAD* ANALOGUES IN SOLUTION BASE CATALYSIS, TRANSITION STATE STABILIZATION AND HYDRIDE TURNNELING EFFECT TEST

$269,615.00

7/7/09 LUESSE, DARRON

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

CHARACTERIZATION OF GRAVITY PERSISTENT SIGNAL 5, AN E3 UBIQUITIN LIGASE INVOLVED IN PLANT GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT WHERE INDUSTRY AND THE ENVIRONMENT CLASHED: CONGRESSMAN JOHN BLATNIK AND THE POLICY CONTRADICTIONS OF POSTWAR LIBERALISM

$297,414.00

7/15/09 KLORER, PATRICIA ANN 7/5/09 KLORER, PATRICIA

HISTORICAL 11/2/09 MANUEL, JEFFREY T. STUDIES

$175,078.00

$8,000.00

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF $265,639.00 STATE & U.S. AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

NSF

JOURNAL OF POLICY HISTORY, HUGH DAVID GRAHAM AWARD

$2,000.00

12/2/2009 MCCOMMAS, STEVEN A

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

THE IMPACT OF COLON BACTERIA ON CO- FRATERNAL ORDER LON CANCER RISK OF EAGLES

$5,000.00

10/1/2009 MILLER, JENNIFER

HISTORICAL STUDIES

POSTWAR NEGOTIATIONS: THE FIRST GENERATION OF TURKISH GUEST WORKERS IN GERMANY

$6,000.00

NEH

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

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Submitted 07/09—12/09: College of Arts & Sciences 10/1/09 MILLER, JEN- HISTORICAL NIFER STUDIES 10/6/09 MILLER, JEN- HISTORICAL NIFER STUDIES POLITICAL 12/4/09 MOFFETT, KENNETH W. SCIENCE 11/11/09 NAVARRE, EDWARD

7/1/09 NWACHA, BARBARA

CHEMISTRY

ART & DESIGN

POSTWAR NEGOTIATIONS: THE NEH FIRST GENERATION OF TURKISH GUEST WORKERS IN GERMANY HOW CAN WE TEACH WESTERN CIVI- NEH LIZATION IF IT DOESN'T EXIST? CONGRESSIONAL OVERSIGHT AND PRESIDENTIAL SIGNING STATEMENTS COTTRELL COLLEGE SCIENCE AWARDS

CITIZENSHIP AND GRAPHIC DESIGN

8/7/09 OBERWEIS, TRISHA

SOUTHERN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION RESEARCH CORPORATION FOR SCIENCE ADVANCEMENT AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF GRAPHIC ARTS AMERICAN JUSTICE INSTITUTE

SOCIOLOGY & POLICE ATTITUDES ABOUT DRUG CRIMINAL JUSTICE ENFORCEMENT STUDIES COLLABORATIVE PROPOSAL: RUI: 11/25/09 O'BRIEN, CHEMISTRY NSF LEAH CHRISHIGH RESOLUTION ABSORPTION AND EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY OF DIATINE TOMIC METAL HALIDES AND NITRIDES 7/1/09 PATRICK, CHEMISTRY FLUORINE-CONTAINING SYNTHONS NSF TIMOTHY B 10/6/09 PATRICK, TIMOTHY B 9/9/09 PEARSON, RANDALL S; DAVIS, NANCY 9/16/09 RAMBSY, HOWARD 11/25/09 RAMBSY, HOWARD 9/9/09 RETZLAFF, WILLIAM A; MORGAN, SUSAN, CELIK, SERDAR 10/1/09 ROCHA, CAROLINA 7/2/09 SABBY, JEFFEREY 7/1/09 SABBY, JEFFEREY

$6,000.00

$21,000.00 $250.00

$35,000.00

$5,000.00

$2,500.00

$171,662.00

$230,439.00

CHEMISTRY

FLUORINE-CONTAINING SYNTHONS

NSF

GEOGRAPHY

SUBDIDENCE MONITORING RESPONSE TEAM

DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, OFFICE OF MINES & MINERALS

ENGLISH

WHAT IS DOUBLE CONSCIOUSNESS? NEH

$24,988.00

ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES; CIVIL ENGINEERING; MECHANICAL & INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING;

LARRY NEAL, THE CRITICAL CULTURAL WITNESS

$30,000.00

FOREIGN LANGUAGES & LITERATURE PHYSICS

MUY MACHO?

PHYSICS

THE PERFORMANCE OF EXTENSIVE GREEN ROOFS COMPRISING COAL COMBUSTION PRODUCTS, SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS, AND REGIONALLY NATIVE PLANTS IN THREE MAJOR CLIMATIC ZONES

SCHOMBURG CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN BLACK CULTURE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN

NEH

ISGC SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS ILLINOIS SPACE GRANT CONSORTIUM 09/10 (NASA) ILLINOIS SPACE COSMIC VOYAGE IN ASTRONOMY GRANT CONSORTIUM (NASA) SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$227,420.00 $749.00

$228,934.00

$6,000.00

$29,000.00

$6,000.00

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Submitted 07/09—12/09: College of Arts & Sciences 7/1/09 SABBY, JEFFEREY A.

PHYSICS

ILLINOIS SPACE GRANT CONSORTIUM MAN- ILLINOIS SPACE AGEMENT STIPEND GRANT CONSORTIUM (NASA)

11/25/09 SHAW, MICHAEL J

CHEMISTRY

THE FUNDAMENTAL OPTOELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF LUMINESCENT METALLACARBORANE COMPLEXES

12/17/09 STAPLES, G. STACEY

MATHEMATICS SYMBOLIC COMPUTATIONS USING CLIF& STATISTICS FORD ALGEBRAS

7/27/09 THEODORAKIS, BIOLOGICAL CHRISTOPHER SCIENCES 11/18/09 THEODORAKIS, BIOLOGICAL CHRISTOPHER SCIENCES

7/8/09 THEODORAKIS, BIOLOGICAL CHRISTOPHER SCIENCES

$5,000.00

NSF

$44,772.00

NSF

$32,217.00

GLOBAL GENE EXPRESSION ANALYSIS OF MUSSEL POPULATIONS FROM A SALINITY GRADIENT IN WESTERN TURKEY

NSF

$157,756.00

ASSESSING THE GENETIC RESISTANCE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL TOLERANCE OF SUNFISH EXPOSED TO METALS ASSOCIATED WITH FLY ASH EFFLUENTS

OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY

ANALYSIS OF SIGNATURES OF SELECTION NSF USING POPULATION GENOMIC ANALYSIS OF MEDITERRANIAN MUSSELLS IN WESTERN TURKEY

$98,022.00

$115,642.00

11/11/09 WANDA, PAUL BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

MEMBRANE CHANGES DURING CELL DEATH FRATERNAL ORDER OF IN HUMAN LEUKEMIA CELLS EAGLES ART EHRMANN CANCER

$5,000.00

11/18/09 WANDA, PAUL BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

CELL DEATH IN HUMAN EMBRYONIC KIDNEY CELLS

FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES

$5,000.00

ANTHROPOLOGY

GREAT LAKES INDIGENOUS DIGITAL HERITAGE: IMPLEMENTING THE GRASAC KNOWEDGE SHARING DATABASE FOR COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH AND VIRTUAL REPATRIATION

AMERICAN COUNCIL OF LEARNED SOCIETIES

$82,189.00

CHEMISTRY

COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH: INTERACNSF TIONS BETWEEN METAL OXIDES AND THE IMPACT ON THE REDOX TRANSFORMATION OF ORGANIC CONTAMINANTS

10/2/09 WILLMOTT, CORY

11/23/09 ZHANG, HUICHUN (JUDY)

MATHEMATICS 6TH CONFERENCE ON FUNCTION SPACES 11/10/09 JAROSZ, KRZYSZTOF M & STATISTICS

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$215,726.00

$30,000.00

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Submitted 07/09—12/09: College of Arts& Sciences 11/12 COBB, P. DE/09 NISE; MAURER, LYNN; O'BRIEN, LEAH; WIEDIGER, SUSAN; JOHNSON, CHRISTA

SOCIOLOGY & CRIMINAL LAYING THE GROUNDWORK: STATUS NSF JUSTICE STUDIES; POLITI- OF WOMEN FACULTY AT AN INSTITUCAL SCIENCES; CHEMISTRY; TION IN TRANSITION GRADUATE SCHOOL

$199,964.00

11/5/ JOHNSON, 09 KEVIN ; MAURER, MARCIA, LIN, ZHIQING; WALTON, ELIZABETH

CHEMISTRY; NURSING; BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES; GEOGRAPHY

$427,378.00

PERSISTENT POLLUTANTS & CORD NATIONAL BLOOD FROM LOW BIRTH WEIGHT BA- INSTITUTES OF BIES IN ST. LOUIS AREA HEALTH

Graduate Studies & Research 11/2/09 BOYD, MARY ANN; PENELTON, RHONDA 7/7/09 GAY, PAMELA; BOUVIER, DENNIS

INSTITUTE FOR URBAN RESEARCH

EVALUATION OF LEWIS & CLARK NURSING PROGRAM

CENTER FOR STEM ZOONIVERSE: ONLINE CITIZEN SCIRESEARCH, ENCE IN REAL WORLD SPACES EDUCATION, & OUTREACH; COMPUTER SCIENCE

LEWIS & CLARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE

NSF

GRADUATE STUDIES MASTER'S IN RESEARCH ADMINI10/1/09 HANSEN, STRATION IMPLEMENTATION PROSTEPHEN L & RESEARCH POSAL 10/28/09 PAVITT, HUGH

INSTITUTE FOR URBAN RESEARCH

10/28/09 PAVITT, HUGH

INSTITUTE FOR URBAN RESEARCH

7/8/09 THEISING, INSTITUTE FOR URANDREW BAN RESEARCH 7/20/09 THEISING, INSTITUTE FOR URANDREW BAN RESEARCH 11/30/09 GAY, PAMELA

CENTER FOR STEM RESEARCH, EDUCATION, & OUTREACH

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF UNIVERSITY RESEARCH ADMINISTRATORS PROPOSAL TO EVALUATE THE JOB ILLINOIS DEPT OF ACCESS REVERSE COMMUTE (JARC) TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM

SURVEY RESEARCH FOR THE EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS YMCA

EDWARDSVILLE YMCA

$24,380.00

$248,786.00

$40,000.00

$17,551.00

$12,500.00

CREATION OF A DIGITAL LOCAL HIS- JOHN D. & CATH$125,000.00 TORY REFERENCE TOOL FOR ERINE T. MACARSCHOOLS & LIBRARIES THUR FOUNDATION GRANT-RELATED SERVICES TO EAST THE CITY OF EAST ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS

MOON ZOO

LOCKHEED MARTIN

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$10,000.00

$22,000.00

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Submitted 07/09—12/09: National Corn to Ethanol Research Center NCERC PILOT PLANT SERVICES - GREG BROWNE & ASSOCIATES, PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, INC. BP#764906

$8,869.00

8/10/09 REGAGNON, STEPHANIE

NCERC ANALYTICAL LAB SERVICES - PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, BP#764905

$6,900.00

7/22/09 REGAGNON, STEPHANIE

NCERC WORKFORCE TRAINING - ILLINOIS INSTITUTE FOR SPONSORED INTERNS BP#763012 RURAL AFFAIRS

7/7/09 CAUPERT, V JOHN JR.

ILLINOIS CORN MARKETING BOARD

$130,000.00

9/8/09 REGAGNON, STEPHANIE

NCERC WORKFORCE TRAINING - GPRE-SHENANDOAH PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, BP#764903

$750.00

9/8/09 REGAGNON, STEPHANIE

NCERC WORKFORCE TRAINING - KATZEN INTERNATIONAL, INC. PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, BP#764903

$750.00

9/8/09 REGAGNON, STEPHANIE

NCERC WORKFORCE TRAINING - KANSAS ETHANOL, LLC PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, BP#764903

$1,500.00

9/8/09 REGAGNON, STEPHANIE

NCERC WORKFORCE TRAINING - CENTER ETHANOL COMPANY, PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, LLC BP#764903

$2,250.00

NCERC WORKFORCE TRAINING - CARDINAL ETHANOL, LLC PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, BP#764903 NCERC WORKFORCE TRAINING - ILLINOIS RIVER ENERGY PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, BP#764903

$1,000.00

NCERC PILOT PLANT SERVICES - GROWMARK PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, BP#764906

$1,525.00

NCERC PILOT PLANT SERVICES - GROWMARK PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, BP#764906

$128.00

9/28/09 REGAGNON, STEPHANIE

12/1/09 REGAGNON, STEPHANIE

12/14/09 ROMANO, FRANK

12/2/09 ROMANO, FRANK A.

$750.00

8/7/09 TRUPIA, SABRINA

NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES - PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, BP#764904

NOVOZYMES NA INC.

$4,000.00

9/15/09 TRUPIA, SABRINA

NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES - PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, BP#764904

TARGETED GROWTH, INC.

$4,000.00

10/5/09 TRUPIA, SABRINA

NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES - PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, BP#764904 NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES - PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, BP#764904 NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES - PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, BP#764904

APPLIED BIO-MINERALS, INC.

$4,646.00

EMERALD FOAM CONTROL

$5,995.00

JOHN HAAS

$7,111.00

10/6/09 TRUPIA, SABRINA

12/1/09 TRUPIA, SABRINA

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

21


Submitted 07/09—12/09: National Corn to Ethanol Research Center 11/16/09 TRUPIA, SABRINA NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES - PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, BP#764904 11/16/09 TRUPIA, SABRINA NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES - PRIVATE AGREEMENTS BP#764904 12/17/09 TRUPIA, SABRINA NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES - PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, BP# 764904 8/31/09 TRUPIA, SABRINA SCIENTIFIC CHARACTERIZATION OF DDGS 7/22/09 WRENN, BRIAN A. ARS/ETHANOL RESEARCH AGREEMENT NO. 58-0200-9-185

ENGRAIN, INC.

$5,042.00

RESONANT BIOSCIENCES LLC

$7,500.00

RESONANT BIOSCIENCES LLC

$3,600.00

ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE & ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY

$224,910.00

USDA - AGRICULTURE RESEARCH SERVICE

$312,195.00

7/24/09 WRENN, BRIAN A. NCERC PILOT PLANT SERVICES - PRI- ARISDYNE SYSTEMS, INC VATE AGREEMENTS, BP# 764906 7/30/09 WRENN, BRIAN A. NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES - PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, BP#764904

EISENMANN CORPORATION

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 10/5/09 WRENN, BRIAN A. NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES - PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, CARBONDALE BP#764904 12/7/09 WRENN, BRIAN A. NCERC PILOT PLANT SERVICES - PRI- E.I. du PONT de NEMOURS & CO. VATE AGREEMENTS, BP#764906 9/3/09 WRENN, BRIAN A. PRETREATMENT AND HYDROLYSIS ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF COMOF CORN-KERNEL FIBER MERCE AND ECONOMIC OPPORTUCELLULOSE NITY 10/12/09 WRENN, BRIAN A. CORN-KERNEL FIBER AS A FEEDSTOCK FOR PRODUCTION OF FUEL ETHANOL: HYDROLYSIS AND FERMENTATION OF HEMICELLULOSE 7/30/09 ZHANG, YANHONG 9/1/09 ZHANG, YANHONG 9/3/09 ZHANG, YANHONG

11/16/09 ZHANG, YANHONG; WRENN, BRIAN 10/15/09 ZHANG, YANHONG; WRENN, BRIAN; ZHANG, HUICHUN (JUDY)

ILLINOIS/INDIANA CORN COPRODUCTS SAMPLING AND TESTING PROGRAM NCERC ANALYTICAL LAB SERVICES - PRIVATE AGREEMENTS, BP#764905 FATE OF VIRGINIAMYCIN FROM CORN FERMENTATION TO PRODUCTION OF DDGS ---SCREEN, IDENTITY AND QUANTIFY VIRGINIAMYCIN IN CO-PRODUCTS SURVEY OF LIPID AND LIPID OXIDATION IN DDGS THE STUDY OF SULFUR IN DISTILLED ETHANOL

$21,700.00

$8,450.00

$13,400.00

$210,000.00 $74,158.00

ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT COMMERCE & ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY

$93,246.00

ILLINOIS CORN MARKETING BOARD

$141,200.00

THE AMERICAN OIL CHEMISTS' SOCIETY ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY

$224,316.00

NATIONAL PORK BOARD

$111,876.00

ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE & ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$14,000.00

$91,196.00

22


Submitted 07/09—12/09: Lovejoy Library 7/8/09 DICKMAN, THERESE

LOVEJOY LIBRARY MASS MEDIA AND COMMUNI& INFORMATION CATION: THE U.S. AND ITS ROLE IN WAR AND PEACE IN SERVICES THE WORLD

CONSORTIUM OF ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH LIBRARIES IN ILL - NO ILL UNIV

$3,000.00

School of Business 9/28/2009 JARDEN,KRISTINE

ENTREPRENEURSHIP CENTER

ENTREPRENEURSHIP CENTER

TRI CITY REGIONAL PORT DISTRICT

11/23/2009 JARDEN,KRISTINE

SOUTHWESTERN ILLINOIS ENTREPRENEURSHIP CENTER

ENHANCE THE DEVELOPMENT OF COUGAR ENTERPRISES, A LIVING LEARNING ENTREPRENEURSHIP COMMUNITY

NATIONAL COLLE- $50,000.00 GIATE INVENTORS & INNOVATORS ALLIANCE (NCIIA)

ECONOMICS & FINANCE SBDC

INTERNSHIP

$14,410.00

7/10/2009 KUTAN, ALI MUSTAFA 9/24/2009 MISTER, KWA

MANAGEMENT & MARKETING MANAGEMENT & MARKETING

MMR - MR INTERNSHIP III

BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE ILLINOIS DEPT OF COMMERCE & ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY ILLINOIS COUNCIL ON ECONOMIC EDUCATION MARITZ. INC.

MMR - MR INTERNSHIP I

MARITZ. INC.

$14,410.00

MANAGEMENT & MARKETING MANAGEMENT & MARKETING MANAGEMENT & MARKETING

MMR - MR INTERNSHIP II

MARITZ. INC.

$14,410.00

MMR - CB INTERNSHIP

COMMERCE BANK

$14,410.00

MMR - FBI INTERNSHIP

$14,410.00

MANAGEMENT & MARKETING MANAGEMENT & MARKETING MANAGEMENT & MARKETING MANAGEMENT & MARKETING MANAGEMENT & MARKETING MANAGEMENT & MARKETING MANAGEMENT & MARKETING MANAGEMENT & MARKETING MANAGEMENT & MARKETING

MMR - RPG INTERNSHIP

MMR - DMR INTERNSHIP II

FURNITURE BRANDS INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH & PLANNING GROUP THE MATTSON JACK GROUP dmrkynetec

MMR - DMR INTERNSHIP I

dmrkynetec

$15,065.00

MMR - RC INTERNSHIP

RALCORP

$15,065.00

MMR - UA INTERNSHIP

UNICOM-ARC

$15,065.00

9/3/2009 PETTIT, MARY ANNE B 8/10/2009 SEGAL, MADHAV 8/10/2009 SEGAL, MADHAV 8/10/2009 SEGAL, MADHAV 7/30/2009 SEGAL, MADHAV 9/1/2009 SEGAL, MADHAV

9/24/2009 SEGAL, MADHAV 10/2/2009 SEGAL, MADHAV 11/30/2009 SEGAL, MADHAV 11/30/2009 SEGAL, MADHAV 12/4/2009 SEGAL, MADHAV 12/4/2009 SEGAL, MADHAV 12/15/2009 SEGAL, MADHAV 12/15/2009 SEGAL, MADHAV 10/13/2009 WATSON, GEORGE

$7,500.00

ILLINOIS ENTREPRENEURSHIP NETWORK SBDC/ITC FY09

ECONOMIC EDUCATION

MMR-MJG INTERNSHIP

MMR - COVIDIEN* INTERNSHIP I COVIDIEN

MMR - COVIDIEN* INTERNSHIP COVIDIEN II NETWORK FOR THE ADVANCE- ASPEN INSTITUTE MENT OF ORGANIZATIONAL (CBE) ETHICAL BEHAVIOR SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$13,535.00 $94,500.00

$10,500.00

$3,602.00 $3,602.00 $15,065.00

$15,065.00 $15,065.00 $46,810.00 23


Submitted 07/09—12/09: School of Dental Medicine PERIODONTAL DISEASE AND 10/2/09 DIXON, DEBRA ANN; GILLESPIE, VITAMIN D M. JANE ARRA: ORAL HEALTH BEHAVIOR 9/21/09 HINZ, JESSICA CHANGE: THE ROLE OF PREFERENCE FOR CONSISTENCY

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DENTAL AND CRANIOFACIAL MEDICINE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$1,028,174.00

$118,585.00

School of Education 9/9/2009 BERGSTROM, SPECIAL EDUCATION MELISSA; & COMMUNICATION MCCOLLUM, DISORDERS MICHAEL KINESIOLOGY & 10/28/2009 CLUPHF, DAVID; HEALTH EDUCATION KIRK, ERIK; LUX, KAREN; HERRICK, JEFFREY 9/24/2009 GIBSON, BEVAN D

REFORMING EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS TO SUPPORT EARLY INTERVENING SERVICES AND RESPONSE-TO-INTERVENTION

ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION / USDE

$455,000.00

CHILD OBESITY PREVENTION PROGRAM TO PROMOTE EARLY MATH AND READING ACHIEVEMENT

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$428,855.00

PROFESSIONAL DESOUTHERN ILLINOIS PROFESIL COMMUNITY VELOPMENT CENTER SIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER COLLEGE BOARD- SIPDC ADULT

$357,110.00

7/1/2009 JEWELL, JEREMY

PSYCHOLOGY

SECOND CHANCE JUVENILE MENTORING INITIATIVE

CHILDRENS HOME AND AID / DOJ

$35,959.00

7/1/2009 JEWELL, JEREMY

PSYCHOLOGY

SECOND CHANCE JUVENILE MENTORING INITIATIVE

CHILIDRENS HOME AND AID/DOJ

$67,527.00

7/1/2009 JEWELL, JEREMY

PSYCHOLOGY

ST. CLAIR COUNTY PROBATION AND COURT SERVICES RECIDIVISM PROJECT

ST. CLAIR COUNTY PROBATION & COURT SERVICES

$4,210.00

7/1/2009 KIRK, ERIK

KINESIOLOGY & EXERCISE DOSE AND HEALTH EDUCATION NONALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER DISEASE

8/21/2009 KIRK, STACIE; KIRK, ERIK

9/1/2009 KIRK, STACIE; KIRK, ERIK; LOX, CURT

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$102,882.00

SPECIAL EDUCATION HEALTHY BODIES, HEALTHY ROBERT WOOD & COMMUNICATION MINDS: PROMOTING EARLY LIT- JOHNSON ERACY SKILLS THROUGH DISORDERS FOUNDATION TEACHER-DIRECTED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

$74,855.00

SPECIAL EDUCATION & COMMUNICATION DISORDERS; KINESIOLOGY & HEALTH EDUCATION

ARRA: OBESITY PREVENTION PROGRAM TO PROMOTE EARLY LITERACY IN HEAD START CHILDREN

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$425,903.00

24


Submitted 07/09—12/09: School of Education 7/1/09 WILKINSON, AMY 7/8/09 YU, TIANLONG

TEACHING WITH PRIMARY SOURCES LIBRARY OF CONGRESS EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP

EXAMINING CHARACTER EDUCATION: A CASE STUDY OF SIX SCHOOLS

SPENCER FOUNDATION

$191,000.00

$39,945.00

School of Engineering 10/6/09 ALKIN, OKTAY

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

STUDENT TUTORS ENGAGING PEERS FOR NATIONAL SCIENCE UNDERGRADUATE PROGRESS (STEP UP) FOUNDATION 9/17/09 AZAMBUJA, CONSTRUCTION A COURSE PLAN FOR A LEAN CONSTRUC- AGC MARCELO; TION CURRICULUM GORDON, CHRIS

$997,819.00

$11,807.00

8/21/09 CELIK, SERDAR; RETZLAFF, WILLIAM; MORGAN, SUSAN

MECHANICAL & THERMAL COMPARISON OF REFLECTIVE INDUSTRIAL (WHITE) AND NON-REFLECTIVE (BLACK) ENGINEERING; ROOFS USING THIN-FILM SOLAR PANELS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES; CIVIL ENGINEERING

NATIONAL ROOFING CONTRACTOR ASSOCIATION

$10,000.00

8/26/09 CELIK, SERDAR; RETZLAFF, WILLIAM; MORGAN, SUSAN

MECHANICAL & COMPARATIVE HVAC ENERGY DEMAND INDUSTRIAL ANALYSIS OF BUILDING ENVELOPES ENGINEERING; USING DIFFERENT ROOF TYPES BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES; CIVIL ENGINEERING

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

$354,827.00

10/2/09 CHEN, XIN

MECHANICAL & DYNSYST_SPECIAL_TOPICS: ADAPTIVE NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL ALGORITHMS FOR KNOWLEDGE ACQUISI- SCIENCE ENGINEERING TION OVER COMPLEX NETWORKS FOUNDATION

$193,150.00

12/4/09 CHEN, XIN

MECHANICAL & DYNAMIC CONFLICT PREVENTION NASA INDUSTRIAL THROUGH NETWORK MODELING AND ENGINEERING ANALYSIS OF TIME-BASED CONSTRAINTS

$456,202.00

12/18/09 CHEN, XIN

MECHANICAL & AUTOMATED SEPARATION ASSURANCE INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS BY DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING ENGINEERING ARCHITECTURES

NASA

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$1,127,376.00

25


Submitted 07/09—12/09: School of Engineering CAREER: MEASURING DRIVER RENATIONAL SPONSE FROM REAL-TIME IN VEHICLE SCIENCE GUIDANCE AND WARNING FOUNDATION INFORMATION

$496,371.00

CONSTRUCTION; ARRA: MRI-R2: ACQUISITION OF MO- NATIONAL 9/1/09 GORDEN, CHRISTOPHER; CIVIL BILE MAPPING SYSTEM FOR LARGESCIENCE FRIES, RYAN; ENGINEERING; SCALE INFRASTRUCTURE ASSESSMENT FOUNDATION ZHOU, HUAGUO; GEOGRAPHY; HU, SHUNFU, ELECTRICAL & SMITH, SCOTT COMPUTER ENGINEERING

$530,480.00

7/17/09 FRIES, RYAN

CIVIL ENGINEERING

7/22/09 HUBBARD, KEVIN M

MECHANICAL & DEVELOPMENT OF A CLAMPING DEPRIMAL NEEDS INDUSTRIAL VICE FOR RESTRAINT CHAINS PHASE II ENGINEERING

10/2/09 HUBBARD, KEVIN M

MECHANICAL & DEVELOPMENT OF A DEDICATED ENGI- INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIAL FILTER NEERING GRADUATE ASSISTANT MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING CORP MECHANICAL & LEWIS & CLARK COMMUNITY COLLEWIS & CLARK INDUSTRIAL LEGE MATCHING FUNDS FOR SIAM EDA COMMUNITY ENGINEERING FY 2009 GRANT COLLEGE

$14,648.00

11/18/09 HUBBARD, KEVIN M

MECHANICAL & PROJECT ENGINEERING FOR FABRICA- NATURAL INDUSTRIAL TION AND INSTALLATION OF AN NEI ENRICHMENT ENGINEERING CORPORATION TCP DRYER INDUSTRIES

$25,158.00

12/11/09 HUBBARD, KEVIN M

MECHANICAL & DEVELOPMENT OF A DIVOT REPAIR INDUSTRIAL TOOL ENGINEERING

GRILL SPONGE LLC

$4,613.00

10/28/09 HUBBARD, KEVIN M

MECHANICAL & DEVELOPMENT OF A TECHNICAL SUPINDUSTRIAL PORT AGREEMENT FOR SERENITY ENGINEERING DATA SERVICES

SERENITY DATA SERVICES, INC

continuing

MICROCONTROLLER-IN-THE-LOOP CONTROL DESIGN FOR ROBOT JOINTS

HONDA RESEARCH INSTITUTE, USA

$50,000.00

2009 MEDICAL IMAGE ANALYSIS PROGRAM

STOECKER AND ASSOCIATES

SKIN SCAN FOR EARLY SKIN CANCER DETECTION

STOECKER AND ASSOCIATES - NIH

$236,309.00

SCHLUMBERGER TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION

$90,000.00

10/15/29 HUBBARD, KEVIN M

11/24/09 KRAUSS, RYAN MECHANICAL & INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL 10/16/09 LEANDER, ROBERT ENGINEERING 8/9/20 LEANDER, ROBERT 12/9/09 LI, KE

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

MECHANICAL & EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL INDUSTRIAL STUDY ON THE FATIGUE DAMAGE OF COLLAR PORTHOLES SUBJECTED TO ENGINEERING COMBINED BENDING AND TORSION

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$2,854.00

$44,880.00

$3,800.00

26


Submitted 07/09—12/09: School of Engineering 8/12/09 LOZOWSKI, ELECTRICAL ANDRZEJ ENGINEERING

DSP CONTROLLER FOR A SWITCH-MODE CONVERTER UNIT ARRA: MRI-M2: DEVELOP8/10/09 LOZOWSKI, ELECTRICAL MENT OF 1/4 MEGAWATT GRID ANDRZEJ ENGINEERING EMULATOR MAYER, STTR: FUSION OF A REAL-TIME 9/16/09 COMPUTER SCIENCE ANALYTICAL MODEL WITH GARY FACILITY CONTROL SYSTEMS 11/19/09 MOLKI, MAJID

MECHANICAL & INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING ENVIRONMENTAL 7/8/09 SHETLEY, RESOURCES PAUL W TRAINING CENTER ENVIRONMENTAL 8/28/09 SHETLEY, RESOURCES PAUL W TRAINING CENTER 8/10/09 SLATTERY, CONSTRUCTION DIANE KAY; SLATTERY, KERRY 9/4/09 WEINBERG, COMPUTER SCIENCE JERRY B

11/23/09 WERNER, ANNE M.

8/25/09 WHITE, WILLIAM; FUJINOKI, HIROSHI

CONSTRUCTION

THE IMPACT OF REMOTE BLAST SHOCKWAVES ON PASSENGER CARS VOCATIONAL TRAINING AGREEMENT WATER POLLUTION CONTROL TRAINING

BITRODE CORP

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$24,000.00

$751,195.00

STREAMLINE AUTOMATION, LLC

$39,933.00

HONDA RESEARCH INSTITUTE, USA

$50,000.00

MADISON COUNTY

$95,890.00

ILLINOIS EPA

$727,310.00

EVALUATION OF 3-D LASER ILLINOIS CENTER FOR SCANNING FOR TRANSPORTATION CONSTRUCTION APPLICATIONS

$2,953.00

STTR PHASE II: GENERAL RO- ROAD NARROWS LLC / NSF BOT CONTROLLER FOR LEGGED MOBILE ROBOTS: REU SUPPLEMENT EFFECTIVENESS OF TEAM COM- ELECTRI International MUNICATION AND LEADERSHIP TRAINING OF ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR EMPLOYEES

$6,400.00

COMPUTER SCIENCE NeTS: MEDIUM: HETEROGENE- NATIONAL SCIENCE OUS NETWORKED VIRTUAL FOUNDATION ENVIRONMENT TESTBED

$15,000.00

$788,425.00

School of Nursing 11/16/09 BERNAIX, LAURA W

FEASIBILITY OF PATERNAL BREASTFEEDING EDUCATION FOR HOSPITALIZED PRETERM INFANTS

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$339,786.00

11/16/09 BERNAIX, LAURA W

FEASIBILITY OF PATERNAL BREASTFEEDING EDUCATION FOR HOSPITALIZED PRETERM INFANTS

WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY - ICTS

$200,000.00

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

27


Submitted 07/09—12/09: School of Nursing 11/23/09 CLEMENT, JACQUELYN

ADVANCED EDUCATION NURSING TRAINEESHIP (AENT) PROGRAM

HEALTH RESOURCES & SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (HRSA)

Continuing

11/23/09 CLEMENT, JACQUELYN

NURSE ANESTHETIST TRAINEESHIP PROGRAM (NAT)

HEALTH RESOURCES & SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (HRSA)

Continuing

12/11/09 FLICK, LOUISE

NATIONAL CHILDREN'S STUDY - MACOUPIN COUNTY SITE

ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY - NICHD

$175,000.00

12/11/09 FLICK, LOUISE

NATIONAL CHILDREN'S STUDY - ST. LOUIS CITY SITE

ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY - NICHD

$126,492.00

12/18/09 FLICK, LOUISE

NATIONAL CHILDREN'S STUDY - JEFFERSON COUNTY LOCATION (YEAR 2 CONTRACT MODIFICATION)

ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY - NICHD

$175,000.00

8/24/09 FLICK, LOUISE

THE EFFECTS OF MATERNAL DEPRES- ST LOUIS UNIVERSITY / HRSA SIVE SYMPTOMOTOLOGY ON THE RISK OF SUBSTANCE USE IN OFFSPRING: A LIFE COURSE PERSPECTIVE

$11,875.00

7/22/09 HARRISON, ROBERTA 8/21/09 KETCHUM, KATHY

CSA - ANDERSON HOSPITAL

ANDERSON HOSPITAL

$12,500.00

CSA - SSM DEPAUL HEALTH CENTER

SSM DePaul Health Center

$23,500.00

CHARACTERIZATION OF SYMPTOM OCCURRENCE IN PERSONS WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS CHARACTERIZATION OF SYMPTOM CLUSTERS IN PERSONS WITH MS

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTHRUTH L. KIRSCHSTEIN NATIONALRESEARCH SERVICE AWARD

$52,110.00

WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY - ICTS

$25,000.00

PARENTAL PRACTICES AND TEEN DIA- WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY - ICTS BETES SELF-MANAGEMENT: SURVEY DEVELOPMENT

$24,983.00

8/7/09 NEWLAND, PAMELA 11/18/09 NEWLAND, PAMELA 11/16/09 SCHMIDT, CYNTHIA

School of Pharmacy 10/28/09 KONTOYIANNI, MARIA; SCHOBER, JOSEPH 10/6/09 KWON, GUIM 9/12/09 NEUMANN, BILL

7/1/09 WITT, KEN

EB1 IN CELL MOTILITY AT THE MACROMOLECULAR LEVEL: A COMPUTATIONAL AND BIOLOGICAL STUDY

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$376,506.00

ARRA: STRATEGIES TO PREVENT AND/ OR REVERSE T2DM

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$428,648.00

MACROCYCLIC DISELENIDE PEROXYNI- ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY TRITE REDUCTASE (PNR) CATALYSTS AS NOVEL NON-NARCOTIC ANALGISICS TARGETING CHRONIC NEUROPATHIC PAIN ESTROGENIC MODULATION OF THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF BLOOD-BRAIN BARRIER: AGE & HEALTH ISCHEMIC STRESS IMPACT

$531,402.00

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$1,740,000.00

28


Submitted 07/09—12/09: School of Pharmacy 9/24/ NIETO, 09 MARCELO; MCCRACKEN, VANCE

PHARMECEUTICAL SCIENCES; BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

PHARMACY; CAS

ARRA: DESIGN, SYNTHESIS, AND OPTIMIZATION OF DXR INHIBITORS AS ANTIMICROBIALS

NIH

$396,640.00

University Services to East St. Louis 9/3/09 HARRISON, PROJECT ASPIRE - YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROPATRICIA A GRAM 7/14/09 MALLORY, HAZEL 7/7/09 MALLORY, HAZEL

FY09-10 HEAD START PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT FY 09-10 EARLY HEAD START EXPANSION START-UP & FY10-11 EARLY HEAD START EXPANSION ANNUAL BUDGET

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES (DHHS) DHHS

$899,239.00

$76,782.00

DHHS

$1,403,851.00

12/22/09 MALLORY, HAZEL

2010 HEAD START BASE GRANT AND HEAD START DHHS TRAINING & TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT

$9,162,330.00

12/22/09 MALLORY, HAZEL

2010 EARLY HEAD START BASE GRANT & EARLY DHHS HEAD START TRAINING & TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT U.S. DEPARTMENT OF UPWARD BOUND-BEMV FY10 EDUCATION

$1,378,288.00

9/3/09 MASON, ANGELA

8/12/09 MCINTOSH, UPWARD BOUND MATH & SCIENCE FY10 ELKE HARRIS

$305,552.00

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

$263,415.00

9/3/09 OWENS, LELO

TALENT SEARCH FY10

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

$257,769.00

9/1/09 RAQIB, MUHAMMAD 9/3/09 SAMS, BARBARA

TALENT SEARCH-CM FY20

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

$226,600.00

UPWARD BOUND-EC FY10

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

$565,548.00

EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY CENTERS FY09-10

HIGHER EDUCATION CONSORTIUM

$145,643.00

7/6/09 STRODE, MARLANA

Student Affairs 9/23/09 DABBS-KAYSER, REBECCA E; HORTON, CHRISTY

EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER

EARLY CHILDHOOD BLOCK GRANT-EARLY LEARNING PARTNERS

EDWARDSVILLE $48,000.00 COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT

10/13/09 DABBS-KAYSER, REBECCA E; HORTON, CHRISTY

EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER

CHILD CARE ACCESS MEANS PARENTS IN SCHOOL

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$75,630.00

29


Awarded Grants & Contracts: July 1, 2009 —Dec 31, 2009 Academic Affairs BERRY, SHARON STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

FEDERAL PELL GRANT PROGRAM FY2010

BERRY, SHARON STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

TANF/LOW INCOME SCHOLARSHIP PRO- ILL DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES / LESSIE GRAM BATES DAVIS NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE

BERRY, SHARON STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

FEDERAL WORK STUDY

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

$551,699.00

BERRY, SHARON STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

ACADEMIC COMPETITIVENESS GRANT (ACG) & NATIONAL SMART GRANT

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

$323,795.00

BERRY, SHARON STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

FEDERAL SEOG

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

$427,426.00

BERRY, SHARON STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

TEACH GRANT

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

$8,000.00

MACLEAN, ROGER

ARRA: VOCATIONAL TRAINING AGREE- MADISON COUNTY EMPLOYMENT AND MENT-MADISON COUNTY TRAINING DEPARTMENT

EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

$3,001,061.00

$444,444.00

$20,000.00

College of Arts & Sciences ABUSHARBAIN, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES ELAINE

WATER QUALITY CONFLICT RESOLUTION FIELD DAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2009

ILLINOIS EPA

BROWN, VENESSA

SOCIAL WORK

SOUTHERN REGION PERMANENCY ENHANCEMENT PROJECT

ILLINOIS DEPT OF CHILDREN & FAMILY SERVICES

$99,329.00

CARR, T R

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION INTERNSHIP & POLICY ANALYSIS

EAST ST. LOUIS HOUSING AUTHORITY

$10,352.00

CARR, T R

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION INTERNSHIP & POLICY ANALYSIS

ONLYLINK

CARR, T R

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION INTERNSHIP & POLICY ANALYSIS

CARR, T R

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION INTERNSHIP & POLICY ANALYSIS

METRO EAST PARK AND RECREATION DISTRICT CITY OF O'FALLON

CARR, T R

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION INTERNSHIP & POLICY ANALYSIS

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$422.00

$5,176.00 $10,352.00

$5,176.00 $6,326.00

30


Awarded July 1—Dec. 31, 2009

College of Arts & Sciences cont. FUNK, ALLISON

ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

GAY, PAMELA

PHYSICS

GAY, PAMELA GAY, PAMELA

CREATIVE WRITING PROJECT PROPOSAL FOR THE DORA MAAR HOUSE FELLOWSHIP: THE WONDERROOM INVESTIGATING AUDIENCE ENGAGEMENT WITH CITIZEN SCIENCE

THE BROWN FOUNDATION FELLOWS RESIDENCY PROGRAM ADLER PLANETARIUM

PHYSICS

ZOONIVERSE

ADLER PLANETARIUM / NSF

PHYSICS

THE UNIVERSAL ZOO

NASA

$82,946.00

GOEBLART AND PARKER,ELIZABETH DESIGN

GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIP

THE SAINT MICHAEL SCHOOL

$10,049.00

HAMAD, ABDUL; PHYSICS GARCIA, HERNANDO; BRAUNDMEIER, A.J. HASTY, MARILYN MATHEMATICS LEE; VOEPEL, & STATISTICS TAMMY; MARLETTE, STEPHEN

STTR: BLUE LASER FOR OCEANOGRAPHIC LIDAR

METASTABLE INSTRUMENTS, INC

$28,000.00

MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE 2 - SECONDARY MATHEMATICS (MASLI2-SM)

ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

HU,SHUNFU

SUBSIDENCE SERVICE AGREEMENT

ILLINOIS DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES

GEOGRAPHY

$4,538.00

$69,967.00 $5,000.00

$244,311.00

$2,000.00

KHAZAELI, SADEGH

CHEMISTRY

"INCREASING THE MINORITY SCIENTIST CHICAGO STATE POOL" - ILLINOIS LOUIS STOKES UNIVERSITY-NSF ALLIANCE FOR MINORITY PARTICIPATION - PHASE IV / YEAR 1

KITZ, DENNIS J

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

GLYCOPEPTIDE ANTIBIOTIC EFFECTS ON FRATERNAL ORDER HOST IMMUNE RESPONSE TO CANDIDAL OF EAGLES HEART INFECTIONS

$5,000.00

KLORER, PATRICIA ART AND ANN DESIGN

BELLEVILLE AREA SPECIAL SERVICES COOPERATIVE - INTERNSHIP

$5,025.00

KLORER, PATRICIA ART AND ANN DESIGN

TWO GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIPS

BELLEVILLE AREA SPECIAL SERVICES COOPERATIVE MADISON STUDENT SUPPORT CENTER

$20,000.00

$10,049.00

LEDZEWICZ, URSZULA

MATHEMATICS U.S.-ISRAEL WORKSHOP: MATHEMATI& CAL METHODS IN SYSTEMS BIOLOGY, STATISTICS TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, JANUARY 4-7, 2010

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

LEDZEWICZ, URSZULA

MATHEMATICS U.S.-ISRAEL WORKSHOP: MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN SYSTEMS BIOLOGY, & STATISTICS TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, JANUARY 4-7, 2010

SOCIETY OF MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY

$4,800.00

LIEBL, FAITH

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$9,296.00

ARRA: INVESTIGATING THE ROLE OF Atg1 IN THE REGULATION OF GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS, STUDENT SUPPLEMENT

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$49,830.00

31


Awarded July 1—Dec. 31, 2009

College of Arts & Sciences cont. MCCOMMAS, STEVEN

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

THE IMPACT OF COLON BACTERIA ON COLON CANCER RISK

FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES

MINCHIN, PETER

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

ANALYSIS OF GROUND TRUTHING DATA FOR LIDAR VEGETATION CLASSIFICATION OF JEAN LAFITTE NATIONAL PARK

LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY

MOFFETT, KENNETH

POLITICAL SCIENCE

CONGRESSIONAL OVERSIGHT AND PRESIDENTIAL SIGNING STATEMENTS

SOUTHERN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOC.

POLICE ATTITUDES ABOUT DRUG OBERWEIS, TRISHA SOCIOLOGY & CRIMINAL JUSTICE ENFORCEMENT STUDIES

AMERICAN JUSTICE INSTITUTE

$5,000.00

$18,293.00

$250.00

$2,500.00

O'BRIEN, LEAH CHEMISTRY CHRISTINE; WEI, CHIN-CHUAN; SHABESTARY, NAHID; DE MEO, CRISTINA

ISOTHERMAL CALORIMETRY FOR PHYSICAL NATIONAL CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY LABORA- SCIENCE TORIES FOUNDATION

PEARSON, GEOGRAPHY RANDALL ; DAVIS, NANCY

SUBDIDENCE MONITORING RESPONSE TEAM

RIGDON, STEVEN EARL

MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS

ARRA: COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH: EFFI- NATIONAL CIENT EXPERIMENTATION FOR PRODUCT SCIENCE AND PROCESS RELIABILITY IMPROVEMENT FOUNDATION

$89,260.00

SABBY, JEFFEREY

PHYSICS

SIUE AUTOMATED OBSERVATORY "ROBOSCOPE"

$10,000.00

SABBY, JEFFEREY

PHYSICS

SABBY, JEFFEREY

PHYSICS

SABBY, JEFFEREY

PHYSICS

ILLINOIS SPACE GRANT CONSORTIUM (NASA) ISGC SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS 09/10 ILLINOIS SPACE GRANT CONSORTIUM (NASA) ILLINOIS SPACE COSMIC VOYAGE IN ASTRONOMY GRANT CONSORTIUM (NASA) ILLINOIS SPACE GRANT CONSORTIUM MAN- ILLINOIS SPACE GRANT CONSORAGEMENT STIPEND TIUM (NASA)

REDOX BEHAVIOR OF HEME-NO MODELS: A UNIVERSITY OF VEHICLE FOR OUTREACH AND DISCOVERY OKLAHOMA (NSF)

$80,824.00

PEOPLE AND PLACES: OUR STORY OF FREE- ST. CLAIR COUNTY REDOM, LIBERTY AND EQUALITY GIONAL OFFICE OF EDUCATION REDUCTIVE TRANSFORMATION OF ORRESEARCH CORGANIC SULFOXIDES BY IRON OXIDES AND PORATION REDUCED ORGANIC MATTER

$20,000.00

SHAW, MICHAEL J CHEMISTRY

STACY, JASON

HISTORICAL STUDIES

ZHANG, HUICHIN (JUDY)

CHEMISTRY

DEPT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, OFFICE OF MINES & MINERALS

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$198,978.00

$749.00

$29,000.00

$6,000.00

$5,000.00

$45,000.00

32


Awarded July 1—Dec. 31, 2009

School of Business HAFER, RIK W; ECONOMICS & FINANCE AULT, DAVID

INDEX OF NEED

ILL COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD

JARDEN,KRIST ENTREPRENEURSHIP INE CENTER

ENTREPRENEURSHIP CENTER

TRI CITY REGIONAL PORT DISTRICT

KUTAN, ALI MUSTAFA

INTERNSHIP

BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE

MISTER, KWA SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER

HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION PREPARATORY TRAINING PROGRAM (HCPTP)

ILLINOIS DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION

MISTER, KWA SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER

ILLINOIS ENTREPRENEURSHIP NET- ILLINOIS DEPT OF COMMERCE & WORK SBDC/ITC FY09 ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY ILL COUNCIL ON ECONOMIC EDUCATION ECONOMIC EDUCATION

$94,500.00

ECONOMICS & FINANCE

PETTIT, MARY OFFICE of ECONOMIC EDUCATION & BUSINESS ANNE RESEARCH

$26,550.00 $7,500.00 $13,535.00 $400,000.00

$10,500.00

SEGAL, MADHAV

MANAGEMENT & MARKETING

MMR - MR INTERNSHIP III

MARITZ. INC.

$14,410.00

SEGAL, MADHAV

MANAGEMENT & MARKETING

MMR - MR INTERNSHIP I

MARITZ. INC.

$14,410.00

SEGAL, MADHAV

MANAGEMENT & MARKETING

MMR - MR INTERNSHIP II

MARITZ. INC.

$14,410.00

SEGAL, MADHAV

MANAGEMENT & MARKETING

MMR - CB INTERNSHIP

COMMERCE BANK

$14,410.00

SEGAL, MADHAV

MANAGEMENT & MARKETING

MMR - FBI INTERNSHIP

FURNITURE BRANDS INTERNATIONAL

$14,410.00

SEGAL, MADHAV SEGAL, MADHAV

MANAGEMENT & MARKETING MANAGEMENT & MARKETING

MMR - RPG INTERNSHIP

RESEARCH & PLANNING GROUP THE MATTSON JACK GROUP

$3,602.00

SEGAL, MADHAV

MANAGEMENT & MARKETING

MMR - DMR INTERNSHIP II

dmrkynetec

$15,065.00

SEGAL, MADHAV

MANAGEMENT & MARKETING

MMR - DMR INTERNSHIP I

dmrkynetec

$15,065.00

SEGAL, MADHAV SEGAL, MADHAV

MANAGEMENT & MARKETING MANAGEMENT & MARKETING

MMR - RC INTERNSHIP

RALCORP

$15,065.00

MMR - UA INTERNSHIP

UNICOM-ARC

$15,065.00

SEGAL, MADHAV

MANAGEMENT & MARKETING

MMR - COVIDIEN* INTERNSHIP I

COVIDIEN

$15,065.00

SEGAL, MADHAV

MANAGEMENT & MARKETING

MMR - COVIDIEN* INTERNSHIP II

COVIDIEN

$15,065.00

MMR-MJG INTERNSHIP

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$3,602.00

33


Awarded July 1—Dec. 31, 2009

School of Education BERGSTROM, MELISSA; McCOLLUM, MICHAEL

SPECIAL EDUCATION & COMMUNICATION DISORDERS

REFORMING EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS TO SUPPORT EARLY INTERVENING SERVICES AND RESPONSE-TO-INTERVENTION

ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION / USDE

$455,000.00

GIBSON, BEVAN D

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER - SIPDC

ILLINOIS COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD-ADULT

$357,110.00

JEWELL, JEREMY; ROSE, PAUL

PSYCHOLOGY

MADISON COUNTY ILLINOIS DRUG SAMHSA COURT TREATMENT (SUBSTANCE ABUSE MENTAL ENHANCEMENT HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY)

$48,690.00

KIRK, ERIK

KINESIOLOGY & HEALTH ARRA: EXERCISE DOSE & NONFATTY LIVER DISEASEEDUCATION SUPPLEMENT

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$49,263.00

KIRK, ERIK

KINESIOLOGY & HEALTH EXERCISE DOSE AND NONALCOEDUCATION HOLIC FATTY LIVER DISEASE

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$102,882.00

PRYOR, CAROLINE

CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION

ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND THE FORGING OF MODERN AMERICA

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES

$152,328.00

TEACHING WITH PRIMARY SOURCES

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

$191,000.00

NATIONAL ROOFING CONTRACTOR ASSOCIATION

$10,000.00

WILKINSON, AMY

School of Engineering CELIK, SEDAR; RETZLAFF, WILLIAM; MORGAN, SUSAN

MECHANICAL & INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

THERMAL COMPARISON OF REFLECTIVE (WHITE) AND NONREFLECTIVE (BLACK) ROOFS USING THIN-FILM SOLAR PANELS

ENGEL, GEORGE L

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

ARRA: BLENDICS - PHASE II STTR WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY/NSF

$38,850.00

HUBBARD, KEVIN M MECHANICAL & INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

SOUTHWEST ILLINOIS ADVANCED U.S. DEPARTMENT MANUFACTURING CENTER CAPA- OF EDUCATION BILITY ENHANCEMENT

$238,000.00

HUBBARD, KEVIN M MECHANICAL & INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

CONTINUING FUNDING FOR AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION UNIVERSITY CENTER AT SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION

$158,527.00

HUBBARD, KEVIN M MECHANICAL & INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

DEVELOPMENT OF A CLAMPING DEVICE FOR RESTRAINT CHAINS PHASE II

PRIMAL NEEDS

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$2,854.00

34


Awarded July 1—Dec. 31, 2009

School of Engineering cont. HUBBARD, KEVIN

MECHANICAL & INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

DEVELOPMENT OF A DEDICATED ENGINEERING GRADUATE ASSISTANT

INTERNATIONAL FILTER MANUFACTURING CORP

$14,648.00

HUBBARD, KEVIN

MECHANICAL & INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

LEWIS & CLARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE MATCHING FUNDS FOR SIAM EDA FY 2009 GRANT

LEWIS & CLARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE

$44,880.00

HUBBARD, KEVIN

MECHANICAL & INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

PROJECT ENGINEERING FOR FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION OF AN NEI CORPORATION TCP DRYER

NATURAL ENRICHMENT INDUSTRIES

$25,158.00

HUBBARD, KEVIN

MECHANICAL & INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

DEVELOPMENT OF A DIVOT REPAIR TOOL

GRILL SPONGE LLC

$4,613.00

LEANDER, ROBERT

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

2009 MEDICAL IMAGE ANALYSIS PROGRAM

STOECKER AND ASSOCIATES

$3,800.00

LI, KE

MECHANICAL & INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL STUDY ON SCHLUMBERGER THE FATIGUE DAMAGE OF COLLAR PORTHOLES TECHNOLOGY SUBJECTED TO COMBINED BENDING AND TOR- CORPORATION SION

$90,000.00

LOZOWSKI, ANDRZEJ

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

DSP CONTROLLER FOR A SWITCH-MODE CONVERTER UNIT

BITRODE CORP

$24,000.00

SHETLEY, PAUL

ENVIRONMENTAL VOCATIONAL TRAINING AGREEMENT RESOURCE TRAINING CENTER

MADISON COUNTY

$95,890.00

SHETLEY, PAUL

ENVIRONMENTAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL RESOURCE TRAINING TRAINING CENTER

ILLINOIS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ILLINOIS CENTER FOR TRANSPORTATION

$727,310.00

SLATTERY, CONSTRUCTION DIANE KAY; SLATTERY, KERRY UMBAUGH, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SCOTT WEINBERG, JERRY

COMPUTER SCIENCE

ZHOU, CIVIL HUAGUO; ENGINEERING FRIES, RYAN

EVALUATION OF 3-D LASER SCANNING FOR CONSTRUCTION APPLICATIONS VETERINARY THERMOGRAPHIC IMAGE ANALYSIS

LONG ISLAND VETERINARY SPECIALISTS

STTR PHASE II: GENERAL ROBOT CONTROLLER FOR LEGGED MOBILE ROBOTS: REU SUPPLEMENT

ROAD NARROWS LLC / NSF

DEVELOPMENT OF A HIGHWAY INCIDENT MANAGEMENT OPERATIONAL & TRAINING GUIDE

ILLINOIS CENTER FOR TRANSPORTATION

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$2,953.00

$66,464.00

$6,400.00

$52,859.00

35


Awarded July 1—Dec. 31, 2009

The Graduate School: Institute of Urban Research BOYD, MARY ANN; EVALUATION OF LEWIS & CLARK NURSING PENELTON, PROGRAM RHONDA

LEWIS & CLARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE

$24,380.00

THEISING, ANDREW GRANT-RELATED SERVICES TO EAST ST. LOUIS THE CITY OF EAST ST. LOUIS

$10,000.00

The Graduate School: National Corn to Ethanol Research Center CAUPERT, V JOHN

NCERC PILOT PLANT SERVICES

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

REGAGNON, STEPHANIE

WORKFORCE TRAINING - U.S. CONFERENCE ST. PATRICK CENTER OF MAYORS/WAL-MART FOUNDATION GREEN JOBS TRAINING INITIATIVE

REGAGNON, STEPHANIE

NCERC ANALYTICAL LAB SERVICES

ILLINOIS CORN MARKETING BOARD

REGAGNON, STEPHANIE

NCERC WORKFORCE TRAINING - SPONSORED INTERNS

ILLINOIS INSTITUTE FOR RURAL AFFAIRS

REGAGNON, STEPHANIE

NCERC WORKFORCE TRAINING

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$750.00

REGAGNON, STEPHANIE

NCERC WORKFORCE TRAINING

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$750.00

REGAGNON, STEPHANIE

NCERC WORKFORCE TRAINING

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$1,500.00

REGAGNON, STEPHANIE

NCERC WORKFORCE TRAINING

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$2,250.00

REGAGNON, STEPHANIE

NCERC WORKFORCE TRAINING

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$1,000.00

REGAGNON, STEPHANIE

NCERC WORKFORCE TRAINING

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$750.00

ROMANO, FRANK

NCERC PILOT PLANT SERVICES

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$1,525.00

ROMANO, FRANK A.

NCERC PILOT PLANT SERVICES

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$128.00

TRUPIA, SABRINA

NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$4,000.00

TRUPIA, SABRINA

NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$4,000.00

TRUPIA, SABRINA

NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$4,646.00

TRUPIA, SABRINA

NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$5,995.00

TRUPIA, SABRINA

NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$7,111.00

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$8,869.00 $237,984.00

$6,900.00 $130,000.00

36


Awarded July 1—Dec. 31, 2009

The Graduate School: National Corn to Ethanol Research Center cont. TRUPIA, SABRINA

NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$5,042.00

TRUPIA, SABRINA

NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$7,500.00

TRUPIA, SABRINA

NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$3,600.00

WRENN, BRIAN A.

ARS/ETHANOL RESEARCH AGREEMENT NO. USDA - AGRICULTURE 58-0200-9-185 RESEARCH SERVICE

WRENN, BRIAN A.

NCERC PILOT PLANT SERVICES

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$21,700.00

WRENN, BRIAN A.

NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$8,450.00

WRENN, BRIAN A.

NCERC FERMENTATION LAB SERVICES

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$13,400.00

WRENN, BRIAN A.

NCERC PILOT PLANT SERVICES

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$210,000.00

ZHANG, YANHONG

ILLINOIS/INDIANA CORN CO-PRODUCTS SAMPLING AND TESTING PROGRAM

ILLINOIS CORN MARKETING BOARD

$141,200.00

ZHANG, YANHONG

NCERC ANALYTICAL LAB SERVICES

PRIVATE AGREEMENTS

$312,195.00

$14,000.00

Graduate School: Center for STEM Research, Education, & Outreach GAY, PAMELA

MOON ZOO

LOCKHEED MARTIN

$22,000.00

University Services to East St. Louis MALLORY, HAZEL

FY09-10 HEAD START BASIC GRANT AND HEAD START TRAINING & TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE (T/TA) GRANT

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

$268,602.00

MALLORY, HAZEL

FY09-10 EARLY HEAD START BASIC GRANT AND EARLY HEAD START TRAINING & TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE (T/TA) GRANT

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

$39,925.00

MALLORY, HAZEL

ARRA: FY 09-10 EARLY HEAD START COST OF DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH LIVING ADJUSTMENT AND QUALITY IM& HUMAN SERVICES PROVEMENT

$73,497.00

MALLORY, HAZEL

ARRA: FY09-10 EARLY HEAD START ARRA COLA

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

$24,007.00

MALLORY, HAZEL

ARRA: FY 09-10 HEAD START COST OF LIVING DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH ADJUSTMENT AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT & HUMAN SERVICES

$558,577.00

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

37


Awarded July 1—Dec. 31, 2009

University Services to East St. Louis cont. MALLORY, HAZEL

ARRA: FY09-10 HEAD START ARRA COST OF LIV- DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN ING

$161,512.00

MALLORY, HAZEL

FY09-10 HEAD START PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN

$76,782.00

MASON, ANGELA

UPWARD BOUND-BEMV FY10

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

$305,552.00

MCINTOSH, ELKE HARRIS

UPWARD BOUND MATH & SCIENCE FY10

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

$263,415.00

OWENS, LELO

TALENT SEARCH FY10

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

$257,769.00

RAQIB, MUHAMMAD

TALENT SEARCH-CM FY20

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

$226,600.00

SAMS, BARBARA

UPWARD BOUND-EC FY10

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

$565,548.00

STRODE, MARLANA

EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY CENTERS FY09-10 HIGHER EDUCATION CONSORTIUM

$145,643.00

Lovejoy Library & Information Services DICKMAN, THERESE

MASS MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION: THE U.S. AND ITS ROLE IN WAR AND PEACE IN THE WORLD

CONSORTIUM OF ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH LIBRARIES IN ILL - NO ILL UNIV

$3,000.00

PARIS, MATTHEW

EXPLORATIONS INTO TEACHING AND LEARNING: PEACE, CONFLICT AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

CONSORTIUM OF ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH LIBRARIES IN ILL - NO ILL UNIV

$3,000.00

School of Nursing ADVANCED EDUCATION NURSING TRAINEE- HEALTH RESOURCES & SERVICES SHIP (AENT) ADMINISTRATION (HRSA) NURSE ANESTHETIST TRAINEESHIP PROHEALTH RESOURCES & SERVICES GRAM (NAT) ADMINISTRATION (HRSA)

$51,218.00

COMRIE, RHONDA

ASTHMA COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE IM- ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT PLEMENTATION INITIATIVE-SOUTHERN ILLI- OF PUBLIC HEALTH NOIS REGION

$10,000.00

FLICK, LOUISE

NATIONAL CHILDREN'S STUDY-JEFFERSON COUNTY LOCATION

FLICK, LOUISE

NATIONAL CHILDREN'S STUDY - MACOUPIN ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY COUNTY SITE NICHD

CLEMENT, JACQUELYN

CLEMENT, JACQUELYN

ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY (NICHD)

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$24,465.00

$112,287.00 $175,000.00

38


Awarded July 1—Dec. 31, 2009

School of Nursing cont. FLICK, LOUISE

NATIONAL CHILDREN'S STUDY - ST. LOUIS CITY ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY SITE NICHD

$126,492.00

FLICK, LOUISE

NATIONAL CHILDREN'S STUDY - JEFFERSON COUNTY LOCATION (YEAR 2 CONTRACT MODIFICATION)

ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY NICHD

$175,000.00

HARRISON, ROBERTA

CSA - ANDERSON HOSPITAL

ANDERSON HOSPITAL

$12,500.00

SSM DePaul Health Center

$23,500.00

KETCHUM, KATHY CSA - SSM DEPAUL HEALTH CENTER

School of Pharmacy NEUMANN, WILLIAM

ARRA: TARGETING THE RELIEF OF CHRONIC PAIN WITH ORALLY ACTIVE PEROXYNITRITE

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$499,999.00

WITT, KEN

SOMATOSTATIN AGONIST TREATMENT FOR COGNITIVE AGING AND DEMENTIA

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AGING

$174,250.00

Student Affairs DABBS-KAYSER, EARLY CHILDHOOD REBECCA ; HORTON, CENTER CHRISTY

EARLY CHILDHOOD BLOCK GRANT-EARLY LEARNING PARTNERS

EDWARDSVILLE COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT #7 CHILD CARE ACCESS MEANS PAR- U.S. DEPARTMENT ENTS IN SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

DABBS-KAYSER, REBECCA ; HORTON, CHRISTY

EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER

KING, ANDREW BROWN; LOSOFF, ANN

COUNSELING SERVICES FY2010 IAG GRANT

ILLINOIS ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE

$48,000.00

$75,630.00

$20,000.00

Academic Affairs BERRY, SHARON LEE

STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

FEDERAL PELL GRANT PROGRAM FY2010

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

BERRY, SHARON LEE

STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

TANF/LOW INCOME SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES / LESSIE BATES DAVIS NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$3,001,061.00

$444,444.00

39


Awarded July 1—Dec. 31, 2009

Academic Affairs cont. BERRY, SHARON

STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

FEDERAL WORK STUDY

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

$551,699.00

BERRY, SHARON

STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

ACADEMIC COMPETITIVENESS U.S. DEPARTMENT OF GRANT (ACG) & NATIONAL SMART EDUCATION GRANT

$323,795.00

BERRY, SHARON

STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

FEDERAL SEOG

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

$427,426.00

BERRY, SHARON

STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

TEACH GRANT

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

$8,000.00

BERRY, SHARON

EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH ARRA: VOCATIONAL TRAINING AGREEMENT-MADISON COUNTY

MADISON COUNTY EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING DEPARTMENT

SIUE Office of Research and Projects / Research Highlights

$20,000.00

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