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RESEARCH and SPONSORED PROJECTS ANNUAL REPORT 2016


Mark Silby, Associate Professor of biology led a research expedition for students to study microbial life in Iceland.

An unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) that is shaped like a tuna fish is the subject of a $612,250 grant to a team led by Ramprasad Balasubramanian, PhD, associate dean of the College of Engineering. It is one of two grants to UMass Dartmouth from the state’s Seaport Economic Council, which also awarded $250,000 to the UMass Dartmouth Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE).

UMass Dartmouth is ranked as a Tier 1 National Research University – U.S. News & World Report

UMass Dartmouth researchers joined an expedition to the lowoxygen waters off western Mexico aboard the research vessel New Horizon (operated by the Scripps Institute of Oceanography) where they studied the influence of these waters on the global ocean’s nitrogen cycle.

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WELCOME

Dear Colleagues, We are delighted to present you the FY 2016 University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Annual Grants and Contracts Report. As has been the case over the last couple of years, the report highlights the achievements and creativity of our world-class faculty, staff and students in Research, Scholarship, and Innovation. Despite persistent financial challenges, the University continues to make progress in solidifying its recently achieved status as a nationally recognized Doctoral Research University. In addition to the record number of doctoral students UMass Dartmouth conferred in 2016, faculty have continued to increase their level of scholarly and creative activity as reflected by key indicators including the number of awards received and inventions disclosed. The University continued to support researchers by providing seed funding aimed at facilitating faculty-to-faculty research collaborations, developing partnerships with the community, and enabling faculty to obtain preliminary data needed to improve their chances of success as they seek external funding in an increasingly competitive landscape. In 2016, seven projects involving 16 researchers were funded under the Multidisciplinary Seed Funding Program, six faculty were recipients of the 2016 Summer Research Fellowship awards, and another four were selected as community-engaged research scholars. This combined investment of about $200,000 is in addition to ongoing system-wide internal research competitions through the President’s Office. The Office of Sponsored Projects Administration (SPA), in collaboration with A&F, CITS and a number of other offices, continued to streamline its various processes. The work of two separate task forces, guided by feedback from research faculty, has helped improve some of the services provided by SPA. The Office of Research Development launched Community Engaged Research initiative and simplified internal grants by moving a number of programs across campus to online submission and review. The Office of Institutional Ethics & Compliance has stepped up its services of providing guidance to faculty in dealing with export control and conflict of interest-related issues. The increasingly proactive role being played by the Office of Technology Commercialization and Ventures has resulted in an increased number of invention disclosures and patent applications. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the faculty and staff who have been working very hard to help UMass Dartmouth expand its research enterprise and fulfill its education, research, and service mission as the only research university south of Boston.

Dear friends, Another successful year is over and the entire SPA team has worked diligently to support the research community at UMass Dartmouth. I firmly believe that the new year will bring us new opportunities and we will be able to explore new endeavors together. SPA team will continue to: • support the exciting research and economic development initiatives happening at UMass Dartmouth

• bring together the faculty, administration, staff, experts from other universities and different departments on campus to discuss grant related areas by facilitating Grants and Contracts Working Group, SWAT/Task Force, SPA Satellite Offices and Think, Exchange and Accomplish (TEA) Time with SPA discussion groups to make our research faculty successful in the research enterprise • implement new systems and processes to support expanding research interests of our faculty in emerging fields that cut across traditional boundaries of academic

Tesfay Meressi, Ph.D. Associate Provost for Graduate Studies and Interim Vice Chancellor for Research

disciplines, forming new research clusters and collaborations across the nation. Check out our website at www.umassd. edu/spa/, sign up for the SPA quarterly newsletter, keep us busy by submitting new proposals and bringing in many new awards, volunteer to lead and join TEA Time with SPA discussions, and respond to the annual faculty survey in the upcoming year. Sincerely, Elena Glatman, Director Sponsored Projects Administration RESEARCH | 2016 Annual Report 3


WHAT’S INSIDE

EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH College of Arts & Sciences: Anthony Arrigo English Diego Bernal Biology Jennifer Koop Biology Center of Labor Education Lisa Jochim College of Engineering: Yong Kim Bioengineering Dan MacDonald Civil & Environmental Engineering

School for Marine Science & Technology: David Bethoney Fisheries Oceanography Steven Cadrin Fisheries Oceanography Miles Sundermeyer Estuarine & Ocean Sciences

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METRICS Patent Applications & Licenses 12 Proposals 13 Awards 14 Expenditures 29

Cover: Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech More information about research on black holes is available at: http://gravity.phy.umassd.edu/bh.html

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Director of Sponsored Projects Administration Elena Glatman

Director of Institutional Ethics & Compliance Andrew Karberg

Director of Technology Commercialization and Ventures David Glass

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PUBLICATIONS 6 2016 INTERNAL AWARDS 8 President’s Awards: 8 Science & Technology; Creative Economy Award Provost’s Awards: 8 Multidisciplinary Seed Funds Program; 8 Summer Research Fellowship Program 9 Community Engaged Research Awards 10 STUDENT RESEARCH & AWARDS Graduate Fellowships Undergraduate Student Awards

Interim Vice Chancellor for Research Tesfay Meressi

Manager for Pre-Award Administration Michelle Plaud Pre-Award & Sub-recipient Manager Gayle Baxter Post-Award Grants Manager Paulette Deakin Rebecca Harrison

Research Development Manager Mary Hensel Administrative Assistant II Stefanie Picard

Financial Systems & Reporting Manager Open Accountant III Nancy Correia Sandra Rosa Administrative Assistant II Francine Alfonse

Acknowledgements This report was made possible by collaboration and contributions from the following offices: Sponsored Projects Administration Office of Research Development Office of Technology Commercialization and Ventures Office of Undergraduate Research Office of the Associate Provost for Graduate Studies Claire T. Carney Library University Marketing Contributing Writers: Tricia Breton, Renee Buisson, Adrienne N. Wartts Design & Photography: University Marketing For more information, contact: Elena Glatman, Director, Sponsored Projects Administration University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 285 Old Westport Road, Dartmouth, MA 02747 Office phone: 508.910.6958 Cell: 508.264.2854 Fax: 508.999.8868 Email: eglatman@umassd.edu Website: www.umassd.edu/spa/


EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH Hoover Dam and the Shaping of the American West Anthony Arrigo, Associate Professor of English, traveled to the Black Canyon of the Colorado River and hosted a workshop titled, Hoover Dam and the Shaping of the American West. The Workshop for School Teachers is part of a series organized by Arrigo that was funded for $179,000 by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Landmarks of American History and Culture. The workshop brought together 36 teachers from across the nation for an intensive learning experience about Hoover Dam’s role in shaping the American West. Leading scholars guided participants as they examined archival materials such as letters, photographs, and oral histories. For two weeks, teachers learned about the challenges and triumphs of Hoover Dam’s construction process, as well as the physical workings of the dam and its distinctive architectural design. The participants investigated the overarching implications of Hoover Dam’s construction on politics, law, economics, engineering, labor, gender, race, class, and the environment. According to Arrigo, studying Hoover Dam’s archives reveals a controversial perspective to the great feat of Americanism. “The photographs tell a different side, a different aspect,” Arrigo said. “They show the difficult conditions people lived with, the brutal work environment, and the ways in which these issues extended across race and gender.”

Anthony Arrigo Associate Professor, English

AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS Faculty Senate Research Committee Members: Amit Tandon, Mechanical Engineering John Buck (Chair), Electrical & Computer Engineering Mark Altabet, Estuarine & Ocean Sciences Anna Dempsey, Art History Sigal Gottlieb, Mathematics Maolin Guo, Chemistry & Biochemistry Shakhnoza Kayumova, STEM Education & Teacher Development Anna Klobucka, Portuguese Kenneth Manning, Political Science Pia Moisander, Biology Andrew Revell, Psychology Robin Robinson, Sociology & Anthropology Kristen Sethares, Adult and Child Nursing Shouhong Wang, Decision & Information Science Zhaojin Xu, Accounting & Finance

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES:

COLLEGE OF NURSING:

Nikolay Anguelov, Assistant Professor, Public Policy, was awarded the Amartya Sen Prize in October, 2015. More information is available at: http://globaljustice.macmillan. yale.edu/news/winners-second-amartyasen-prize-announced

Marilyn Asselin, Associate Professor and Deborah Armstrong, Assistant Professor, received the National League for Nursing Chamberlain Research Award.

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING: Lance Fiondella, Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, was appointed a 2016 Summer Fellow in the Office of Naval Research Summer Faculty Research Program at the Naval Air Warfare Center’s Aircraft Division. During the 10-week on-site program, Dr. Fiondella helped assess the reliability of software that goes into aircraft and weapons systems, including unmanned aircrafts, rocket launchers, and rotorcrafts.

Maryellen Brisbois, Assistant Professor, became an Honorary Member— Phi Lambda Beta (Alpha Beta Chapter) of the National Portuguese Honor Society. June Andrews Horowitz, Associate Dean, became the Executive Board Member— Mother-Baby Connection (MBC) program, and consultant for MBC Mother-Baby Interaction Therapy, at Parkway Health, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA. Kristen Sethares, Professor, was named Reviewer of the Year 2015—for the Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing.

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EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH Bringing Research and the Research Process into the Classroom

Diego Bernal Professor, Biology

Professor Diego Bernal has been involved with numerous fish biology research projects in Massachusetts, California, Hawaii, and Costa Rica. His research focuses on the comparative physiology of fishes, and he brings much of his research into his classrooms. Most recently, Bernal earned a $164,000 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) grant to study thresher sharks off the East coast to determine how they migrate and move. The study will help fisheries better understand the sharks’ behavior patterns and physiology. He also earned a $281,000 grant from NOAA to examine the post-release survival of yellowfin tuna. This project investigates tuna’s capability to survive capture and release from recreational fishing vessels. Bernal also earned him a $328,000 grant from National Science Foundation to study the effect of temperature and low oxygen on the muscle performance, oxygen uptake and delivery in swordfish exposed to cold thermal environments. “I bring my research and the research process into the classroom,” Bernal said. “I show my students how we conduct research, how it is pertinent to the course material, and give examples of how researchers come up with their ideas.” Bernal seeks to answer questions that involve the physiological specializations present in the most active species of fishes, and he investigates what the energetic costs and advantages may be for maintaining the adaptations supporting high-performance swimming and for dealing with angling-induced stress. Bernal earned his MS and PhD from Scripps Institution of Oceanography and joined the UMass Dartmouth faculty in 2005.

PUBLICATIONS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES

140 publications

104 Publications

Sankha Bhowmick Christopher Brigham John Buck Vijaya Chalivendra Quinguo Fan Tracie Ferreira Lance Fiondella Robert Fisher Paul Gendron Jong-Ping Hsu Wenzhen Huang Gaurav Khanna Firas Khatib Yong Kim David Koop Raymond Laoulache Yifei Li Hong Liu Heather Miller Walaa S. Mogawer R.H. Price Mehdi Raessi Sukulyan Sengupta Amit Tandon Mazdak Tootkaboni Iren Valova Milana Vasudev Honggang Wang Liudong Xing Haiping Xu

Tammi Arford Anupama Arora Brian Ayotte Carlos Benavides Diego Bernal R. Thomas Boone Vanni Bucci Shuowei Cai Patrick Cappillino Yanlai Chen Michelle Cheyne Richard C. Connor Sarah Cosgrove Sara Dalton Bo Dong Dana Fine James Golen Sigal Gottlieb Beste Gucler Alfa Heryudono Beenash Jafri Shannon Jenkins Shakhnoza Kayumova Trina Kershaw Jennifer Koop Eric Larson Elizabeth Lloyd-Richardson Robin L. Locke David R. Manke Kenneth L. Manning

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James March Mistler John Masse Maricris Mayes Merve Meral Caterina Miraglia Pia Moisander Jennifer Mulnix William Nelles Cathy Neto Timothy Nulty Nancy O’Connor Neal Olitsky Joao M. Paraskeva Avery Plaw Ted Powers Robin Robinson Viviane Saleh-Hanna Frank Scarano Mark W. Silby Judith Sims-Knight Len Travers Heather M. Turcotte Asher Walden Timothy Walker Cheng Wang Brian G. Williams Yuegang Zuo


EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH Predicting How Parasites Will Affect Hosts An evolutionary biologist, Jennifer Koop, focuses her research on the how and why parasites become successful invaders. Koop joined the Biology Department in 2015 after earning her PhD in biology from the University of Utah and completing her post-doctoral work at the University of Arizona. “The ability to predict how parasites will affect hosts across spatial and temporal scales is important from both scientific and conservation perspectives,” she said. Koop studies three systems - Darwin’s finches, aquatic faucet snail, and Atlantic sea scallops. Her research explores the interactions between each of these host organisms and the parasites that infect them.  Most recently, Koop was awarded a $179,140 grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for her proposal, “Transmission of Apicomplexan Infection and Development of Gray Meat in Atlantic Sea Scallops, Placopecten Magellanicus.” The proposal was submitted with Susan Inglis, who will be joining Koop as her research associate. “Over the next two years, we will conduct a number of experiments aimed at identifying the progression of gray meat symptoms in Atlantic sea scallops,” Koop said. “Our research is likely to have a major impact on the local community because we will be providing fisherman and policy makers with the information they need to design better management practices for Atlantic sea scallop fishing.”

Jennifer Koop Assistant Professor, Biology

PUBLICATIONS CHARLTON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS 83 Publications Nora Ganim Barnes Dan Braha Chan Du Jackie Einstein Angappa Gunasekaran Tien-Shi Hsieh Yuzhu Li Ling Lin Jose Domingo Mora Chris Papenhausen Satya Parayitam Liang Song Gopala Vasudevan Gang Wang Shouhong Wang D. Steven White Jia Wu

SCHOOL FOR MARINE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 35 Publications Mark Altabet Annie Bourbonnais Wendell S. Brown Steven X. Cadrin

Changsheng Chen Geoffrey Cowles Gavin Fay Avijit Gangopadhyay Pingguo He Steven Lohrenz Cindy Pilskaln Brian J. Rothschild Kevin Stokesbury Miles Sundermeyer Jefferson T. Turner

SCHOOL OF LAW 32 Publications Jason Potter Burda Ralph Clifford Margaret Drew Dwight G. Duncan Justine A. Dunlap Hillary B. Farber Rebecca Flanagan Jeremiah Ho Carol Mallory Eric J. Mitnick Richard Peltz-Steele Shaun B. Spencer

COLLEGE OF NURSING 21 Publications Marilyn E. Asselin Elizabeth Chin Lynn K. D’Esmond James A. Fain Kerri Fater Marva V. Foster Susan M. Hunter Revell Sharon R. Keating Jeanne Leffers Mary K. McCurry Monika S. Schuler Kristen Sethares Caitlin Stover Maria V. Vazquez Barbara Weatherford

COLLEGE OF VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS 1 Publication Scott Ahrens

OFFICE OF THE PROVOST 1 Publication Mohammed Karim

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EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH The Workers’ Education Program is a Life-Changing Opportunity Under the leadership of Lisa Jochim and funded by grants and contracts, the UMass Dartmouth Arnold M. Dubin Labor Education Center’s Worker’s Education Program (WEP) transforms lives, families, and communities through education. It provides free classes and training that prepare high-school dropouts for the high school equivalency test (HiSET), formerly known as the GED. According to MassINC, a non-partisan research organization, 21.7 percent of families headed by high-school dropouts are poor. The mission of WEP is to provide each and every adult with opportunities to develop literacy skills needed to qualify for further education, job training, and better employment, and to reach his/her full potential as a family member, productive worker, and citizen. The program, which was established in 1986, is funded by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education for $603,000. Over the years it has offered classes in factories, union halls, and community centers in New Bedford and Fall River, and is now located at 188 Union Street in New Bedford. Funding support also comes from a Career Pathways Grant and the Greater New Bedford Workforce Investment Board. With no out-of-pocket expenses for its students, the WEP creates a lifeline out of poverty for individuals and families. “It provides adult learners with the language, literacy, numeracy, and technology skills they need to get a job or go on to college,” Jochim said.

Lisa Jochim Director, Worker’s Education Program

2016 INTERNAL AWARDS PRESIDENT’S AWARDS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVES FUND AWARDS

CREATIVE ECONOMY AWARDS

Yong Kim, Bioengineering Project title: Energy Absorbing Materials for Mitigating Head and Other Impact Injuries Award amount: $125,000.00

Michael Goodman, Public Policy Center, with David Panagore, Provincetown Town Manager, Establishing a Strategic Partnership between UMass Dartmouth and Provincetown, MA. Award amount: $19,000.00

Christopher Brigham, Bioengineering Project title: Bio-based, Bio-degradable Plastics with a Medical Focus Award amount: $25,000.00

Pamela Karimi, Art History, Black Spaces Matter: Exploring the Architectonics of an Abolitionist Neighborhood. Award amount: $25,650.00

PROVOST’S AWARDS MULTIDISCIPLINARY SEED FUNDS PROGRAM AWARDS The goal of this program is to provide seed funding for projects that: (a) involve areas relevant to institutional research priorities; (b) are multidisciplinary; and (c) have the potential to attract significant external funding. Projects that involve collaborations across multiple colleges/ schools have been particularly encouraged. The seed funding is a one-time award to facilitate faculty collaborations and to help faculty improve their chances of external funding success. Christopher Brigham, Bioengineering, Vijaya Chalivendra, Mechanical Engineering and Tracie Ferreira, Bioengineering Project: In vivo degradation polyhydroxyalkanoate biodegradable plastic fibers in a mouse model system Award amount: $13,600.00 Vanni Bucci, Biology, Mark Silby, Biology and Firas Khatib, Computer & Information Science Project: Leveraging evolution to develop therapeutics against enteropathogenic E.coli Award amount: $33,909.00

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EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH High Fiber Density Fuel Cell Electrodes and Multiple Patents Yong Kim, PhD, is working with a variety of research partners and has been issued 11 US patents ranging from structures for absorbing mechanical impact energy, auxetic fabrics biomedical specimen collection device and material, materials methodology to improve the delamination strength of laminar composites, lead pellet recovery fabric and high fiber density fuel cell electrodes. Kim and his colleagues submitted seven pending US and European patents. He has received research funding from the federal government as well as private sources. One of his projects with the Naval Undersea Warfare Center involves increasing fiber density in electrostatic flocking for fuel cell electrodes. This type of material can enhance current density of fuel cells and heat transfer, and has a number of potential uses, such as in fuel cells for use in underwater applications, as well as in certain consumer electronic products. Currently UMass Office of Technology Commercialization and Ventures licensed this technology to a microelectronics manufacturer in San Diego, California. Kim is also involved in the Head Health Challenge III. The Head Health Challenge was developed by the NFL, Under Armour, GE and the National Institute of Standards & Technology to better diagnose mild traumatic brain injury, improve protection, and advance materials to mitigate impact in sports. Kim and his partners developed Flocked Energy Absorbing Material technology, a radical new energy-absorbing padding used in helmets and body armor. Yong Kim and Dr. Samuel Ugbolue developed and patented warp-knitted auxetic fabric structures with Navy grants, which can be applied to biomedical, protective structures and comfortable apparels.

Yong Kim Chancellor Professor, Bioengineering

2016 INTERNAL AWARDS Christina Crowe, Psychology and Christine Panarese, STEM Education and Teacher Development Project: Investigating Social Emotional Competence Among Educators in SelfContained Special Education Classes Award amount: $39,945.00 Mahzad Hojjat, Psychology and Kristen Sethares, Nursing Project: The effect of resilience and social support of self-care behaviors in patients with diabetes Award amount: $12,080.00 Trina Kershaw, Pscyhology and Sankha Bhowmick, Mechanical Engineering Project: Engineering students in the freshly retooled Freshman Engineering Curriculum Award amount: $2,030.00 Maricris Mayes, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Milana Vasudev, Bioengineering and Vijaya Chalivendra, Mechanical Engineering Project: A Computational and Experimental Study of Self-Assemble Peptide Nanotubes for Energy Applications Award amount: $13,000.00

Mark Silby, Biology, Vanni Bucci, Biology, Christopher Brigham, Bioengineering, Catherine Neto, Chemistry and Biochemistry and Sivappa Rasapalli, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Project: Discovery of novel compounds which reduce bacterial virulence Award amount: $28,515.00

SUMMER RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM The purpose of the SRFP is to provide seed money for research and scholarly efforts primarily for tenured and tenure-track faculty. Six proposals were funded for a total of $42,000 being paid for this program. Victoria Crayhon, Design Research Topic: Greenland: Landscape + Culture + Effect of Climate Change Award amount: $7,000.00

Sarah Malakoff, Design Research Topic: Interior Portraits Award amount: $7,000.00 Robin Robinson, Sociology & Anthropology Research Topic: Experience and Effects of Vicarious Traumatization on Those Who Work with Troubled Young Women and Girls: [Stage1] Award amount: $7,000.00 Heather Turcotte, Crime & Justice Studies Research Topic: Petro-Sexual Politics: The Geopolitics of Knowledge, Violence and Transnational Justice Award amount: $7,000.00 Jing Wang, Music Research Topic: Confluence—A Musical Composition for an Animated Film Award amount: $7,000.00

Shakhnoza Kayumova, STEM Education & Teacher Development Research Topic: Systematic Investigation of Social Positioning and Academic Opportunities of ESL Learners in Schools Award amount: $7,000.00

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EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH Extracting Energy From Ocean Waves

Daniel MacDonald Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering

Daniel MacDonald is involved in a variety of ocean engineering and renewable energy projects, ranging from studies to parameterize and predict turbulence in the coastal ocean, to the development of devices to extract energy from ocean waves, to the design of modular hydropower dams for low-impact installation. His recent efforts in understanding ocean turbulence are funded by the Office of Naval Research, with awards totaling $160,000. Laboratory studies and field observations combined with numerical simulations are focused on developing more robust prediction algorithms for mixing and turbulence in stratified environments. In addition, MacDonald is researching ocean turbulence through field investigations with a unique autonomous underwater vehicle, the T-REMUS, which is capable of measuring finescale fluctuations in velocity related to mixing and turbulence. His research lab also is very active in developing new methods for energy extraction from ocean waves, and is currently pursuing a second wave energy patent for a tethered ballast system for wave energy conversion devices. He is working with Boston Engineering Corporation under a $240,000 grant from the Massachusetts Seaport Economic Council to reduce device and deployment costs. MacDonald has also been working to develop a cost-disruptive, low impact, modular form factor low-head hydropower system, under a grant of $189,000 from the Department of Energy in collaboration with Littoral Power Systems, and another $250,000 grant through the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources. This system has the potential to significantly increase hydropower energy production in the United States in a cost efficient, environmentally friendly manner.

STUDENT RESEARCH & AWARDS

2016 INTERNAL AWARDS COMMUNITY ENGAGED RESEARCH AWARDS

PILGRIM CONSULTATION FUNDING

Christina Crowe, Psychology Project title: Can you spell IEP? Exploring how educator experience and training effects standardized evaluation of self-contained special education classrooms Award amount: $7,500.00

College of Nursing Faculty:

Graduate Fellowships Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology: Distinguished Doctoral Fellowships

Maryellen Brisbois, Assistant Professor Award Amount: $7,030.00

Gregory Costa, Faculty Advisor: Erin Bromage

Mary McCurry, Full Time Lecturer Award Amount: $2,430.00

Lucy McCully Faculty Advisor: Mark Silby

Robin Arkerson, Psychology Project title: Children’s Anger Expressions and Implications for Social Functioning Award amount: $7,500.00 Lisa Knauer, Sociology & Anthropology Project title: Migrant Communities, Social Justice and the Politics of Recognition Award amount: $7,500.00 Kristi Oliver, Art Education Project title: Massachusetts Art All-State Award amount: $7,500.00

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(funded by the College of Nursing)

Stephen Padget, Assistant Professor Award Amount: $4,500.00 Kristen Sethares, Professor Award Amount: $1,000.00.

Jacob Daniel Palmer Faculty Advisor: Christopher Brigham

Educational Leadership & Policy: Distinguished Doctoral Fellowships Jennifer DeBarros Faculty Advisor: Ricardo Rosa

Engineering Applied Science: Distinguished Doctoral Fellowships Caroline Mallary Faculty Advisor: Gaurav Khanna


EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH Video Survey of Banquereau Bank Clearwater Seafoods awarded David Bethoney and Co-Principal Investigator Kevin Stokesbury $47,247 for a video survey to examine the scallop population and benthic environment on Banquereau Bank. The School for Marine Science & Technology (SMAST)-Industry cooperative video survey provides quality-controlled estimates of scallop size, distribution, density and biomass, to assist in the management of the scallop resource in the Banquereau Bank area. Furthermore, the survey produces information on the habitat and ecology of the area, which may lead to a better understanding of fishing impacts and species interactions. Since 1999, with the aid of the commercial sea scallop industry, the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries, and the sea scallop Research-Set-Aside program, SMAST has completed over 150 video cruises surveying Georges Bank, the Mid-Atlantic Bight, and several areas in Canadian waters. “On the surface, this project is similar to many others we have conducted in that its main goal is to provide fishing industry partners with the best available science to help manage scallop harvest,” said Bethoney. “However, Banquereau Bank is much further north than we have surveyed in the past and it is a transition area between temperate and arctic species. This allowed us to observe different animal assemblages and habitat types, and presented new challenges, such as differentiating between scallop species.”

David Bethoney Research Assistant Professor, Fisheries Oceanography

STUDENT RESEARCH & AWARDS Marine Science & Technology National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Nancy Foster Scholarship Sherri Eldridge Faculty Advisor: Richard Connor

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT AWARDS Office Of Undergraduate Research Fall 2015 Grant Winners: Amber Cyr, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Supervisor: Prof. Patrick Cappillino Title: Synthesis of Carbon Aerogels Noah Franklin, Department of Bioengineering Supervisor: Prof. Milana Vasudev Title: Exploring Peptide Nanotubes as a Substrate for Cell Culture William T. Hutchinson III, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Supervisor: Prof. David Manke Title: Incorporating Lewis Base Sites into CMONs

Jona Koka, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Supervisor: Prof. David Manke Title: Incorporating 4-Aminopyridyl Groups in MOFs Hannah Massoud, Department of Psychology Supervisor: Prof. Jennifer Fugate Title: The Effect of Words and Facial Expressions on Emotional Perception Timothy Nelson, Department of Economics Supervisor: Prof. Randall Hall Title: Economic Game Theory Behind Strategic Board Games Matthew Phou, Department of Bioengineering Supervisor: Prof. Christopher Brigham Title: Biodiesel Production Using Waste Carbon

Nathaniel Tarantino, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Supervisor: Prof. Daniel MacDonald Title: Optimizing Design Considerations for a Cost Disruptive Tethered Ballast Approach to Point Absorber Wave Energy Converters Carrie Winship, Department of Biology Supervisor: Prof. Kathryn Kavanagh Title: Understanding Developmental Heterochrony of Anuran Hind Limbs Using Immunohistochemistry Techniques

Special thanks to Catherine Gardner, Mark Silby and Pamela Karimi for their leadership of Office of Undergraduate Research and faculty colleagues for their support as mentors.

Rachel Servis, Department of Bioengineering Supervisor: Prof. Qinguo Fan Title: Silk Fibroin Microspheres via Electrospraying for Drug Delivery

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EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH Estimating the Growth and Movement of Monkfish

Steven Cadrin Professor, Fisheries Oceanography

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has awarded Dr. Steven Cadrin and Research Technician Crista Bank a $270,000 grant for their project “Estimating the Growth and Movement of Monkfish.” The two-year study builds on previous research in an effort to estimate growth and movement of juvenile monkfish – one of the Greater Atlantic Region’s highest valued commercial finfish. A previous Research Set Aside (RSA) grant awarded to School for Marine Science & Technology researchers found that the current approach of estimating monkfish growth is not valid, and they identified a major source of uncertainty in the monkfish stock assessment. “This study addresses that uncertainty by employing commercial gillnet fishermen to tag approximately 2,500 juvenile monkfish that are caught and released,” said Cadrin. “This approach then allows us to estimate growth, track movement patterns, and examine mixing rates between the southern and northern management areas.” The project is a collaboration with monkfish fishermen, the Gulf of Maine Research Institute, and the Northeast Fisheries Science Center, and is in coordination with the New England and Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Councils. Tagging takes place in inshore and offshore southern New England and Gulf of Maine waters throughout various times of the year.

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PATENT APPLICATIONS & LICENSES The Office of Technology Commercialization and Ventures (OTCV) had a very productive Fiscal Year 2016. A total of 11 new invention disclosures for the full year, from investigators in Bioengineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Chemistry/Biochemistry, the greatest number of disclosures were received since FY2012. All told, UMass Dartmouth filed 5 new patent applications in the fiscal year. Congratulations to Montgomery Charter Professor Emeritus Brian Rothschild and former student Glenn Chamberlain of SMAST for receiving U.S. Patent No. 9,367,930 on June 14, 2016, for an improved system for monitoring fish catches.

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As of the end of the fiscal year, UMass Dartmouth had 21 issued U.S. patents, and another 14 applications are currently pending. A major goal of OTCV is to identify and contact companies that might be interested in licensing our inventions and patents to develop beneficial commercial products, and we continue to make progress in moving UMassD inventions to the market. A license agreement was recently concluded with the start-up company Corsair Innovations LLC of Fall River to develop the portfolio of innovative textile technologies developed by Chancellor Professor Yong Kim and his colleagues. OTCV is also helping launch a start-up company to develop the SmartCase smartphone accessory that was the winner of a Global Start-Up Competition last fall, and we are also in discussions for licenses for three other UMassD technologies. Licensing revenue has been received under four different license or option agreements during the fiscal year.


EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH Numerical Modeling, Lateral Stirring, and Internal-Wave Cascade Lateral stirring is among the important processes that determines the distribution and fate of water-mass properties, nutrients, and dissolved gases in the ocean. Miles Sundermeyer, Professor at the School for Marine Science & Technology, has been awarded $283,425 by the National Science Foundation for the collaborative project “Numerical Modeling of the Internal-Wave Cascade & Submesoscale Lateral Dispersion in the Ocean.” The research uses a sophisticated three-dimensional model to study internal waves and vortex motions in the ocean interior, including the effect of nonlinear interactions of wave and vortex motions on lateral dispersion, and how wave energy is transferred from large scales of motion to small scales. The study will test different forcings, including surface winds and tides, to determine how varying wave and vortex interactions impact turbulence production, dissipation, and the internal wave energy cascade. “A major advantage of our research is that the relevant dynamics can be explored in the context of a single model, allowing us to clearly explore the transfer of energy and lateral dispersion by the different mechanisms across various parameters and forcing conditions,” said Sundermeyer. “Additionally, the simulations will clarify the underlying physics and inform our understanding of how these processes work in the ocean.” The research is being conducted in collaboration with colleagues Marie-Pascale Lelong and Eric Kunze (Northwest Research Associates).

Miles Sundermeyer Professor, Estuarine & Ocean Sciences

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PROPOSALS: FEDERAL VS. NON-FEDERAL AGENCIES FY 2016

PROPOSALS BY COLLEGE FY

PROPOSALS BY COLLEGE FY 2016

PROPOSALS: FEDERAL VS. NON-FEDERAL AGENCIES FY 2016

NonFederal, 15%

College of Nursing, 3% Proposals

College of Engineering, Federal 25% Non-Federal

Grand Total

College of Nursing, 3%

Non-Federal Grand College for Total

Requested $44,669,570 $7,791,427 $52,460,997

College of Arts & Sciences, 38%

School forfor College Marine Marine PROPOSALS BY COLLEGE FY 2016 Science and Science and Federal, 85% Technology, Technology, 32% 32%

AGENCIES FY 2016

College of Engineering, 25% Federal

118 95 213

Other, 1%

College of Requested Arts & Sciences, $44,669,570 38%

Other, 1%

Proposals 118 95 213

Marine Science and Technology, 32%

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$7,791,427 $52,460,997

SCHOOLS

College of Arts & Sciences

AMOUNT

$20,081,607 School for Marine Science and Technology $16,979,845 College of Engineering $13,320,385 College of Nursing $1,582,227 Other $496,932

PROPOSALS

72 79 49 7 6

RESEARCH | 2016 Annual Report 13


METRICS

FEDERAL AWARDS BY AGENCY FY 2016

U.S. DEPARTMENT  OF EDUCATION 7% U.S.  AIR  FORCE 4% OTHER** 4%

U.S. ARMY 2%

U.S. DEPARTMENT   OF  ENERGY 2%

HEALTH RESOURCES  SERVICE   ADMINISTRATION 5% NATIONAL  AERONAUTICS   AND  SPACE  ADMINISTRATION 4%

OFFICE OF   NAVAL   RESEARCH 9%

N

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT  FOR   THE  HUMANITIES 3%

NATIONAL SCIENCE   FOUNDATION 33%

NATIONAL INSTITUTES  OF   HEALTH 2% NATIONAL  OCEANIC  AND   ATMOSPHERIC  ADMINISTRATION  * 25%

Agency Name

Sum of  Amount

HEALTH RESOURCES  SERVICE  ADMINISTRATION

$625,750

NATIONAL AERONAUTICS  AND  SPACE  ADMINISTRATION

$429,122

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT  FOR  THE  HUMANITIES

$310,311

NATIONAL INSTITUTES  OF  HEALTH

$195,514

OTHER**

$475,960

U.S. AIR  FORCE

$478,512

U.S. DEPARTMENT U.S. ARMY FEDERAL HIGHWAY AIR FORCE OFFICE OTHER U.S. DEPARTMENT NATIONAL ENDOWM NATIONAL AERO AN NATIONAL INSTITUT OFFICE OF NAVAL R U.S. DEPARTMENT NATIONAL OCEANIC NATIONAL SCIENCE

U.S. ARMY

$225,826

Grand Total

U.S. DEPARTMENT  OF  EDUCATION

$765,995

NATIONAL OCEANIC  AND  ATMOSPHERIC  ADMINISTRATION  *

$2,882,489

NATIONAL SCIENCE  FOUNDATION

$3,800,405

OFFICE OF  NAVAL  RESEARCH

$1,028,479

U.S. DEPARTMENT  OF  ENERGY Grand  Total *Note Includes  funds  provided  through  special  program **Other  Agencies: NATL  INSTITUTE  OF  FOOD  AND  AGRICULTURE U.S.  DEPARTMENT  OF  HOMELAND  SECURITY U.S.  DEPARTMENT  OF  LABOR U.S.  ENVIRONMENTAL  PROTECTION  AGENCY U.S.  FOREST  SERVICE

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$220,077 $11,438,439


METRICS

AWARDS BY UNIT & DEPARTMENT FY 2016

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS  5% SCHOOL  FOR  MARINE   SCIENCE  &  TECHNOLOGY 41%  

COLLEGE OF  ARTS  &   SCIENCES 27%

COLLEGE OF   ENGINEERING   22%

OFFICE OF  THE  CHANCELLOR   1%  

Unit Name

COLLEGE OF  NURSING  4%

Awards

Academic Affairs

Amount 5

$770,021

Unit Name College of Nursing

Academic Resource  Center

$390,995

Adult Nursing

Upward Bound

$379,026

Lead Paint  Program

College of Arts & Sciences

40

$4,106,969

Office of the Chancellor

Biology

$1,357,822

Economic Development

Kaput Center

$1,034,428

Community Service  &  Partnerships

Awards 5

Amount $639,034 $632,744 $6,290

3

$29,133 $21,000 $8,133

Center of  Labor  Education

$713,212

Mathematics

$289,294

School for Marine Science & Technology

English

$179,076

Fisheries Oceanography

$3,695,882

Chemistry &  Biochemistry

$174,043

Estuarine and  Ocean  Sciences

$2,512,365

Public Policy

$144,855

History

$131,235

STEM Education  &  Teacher  Development

$27,798

Psychology

$20,706

CUSP-­‐Ctr  for  Univ  School  Partner

$15,000

Philosophy

$12,000

Sociology/Anthropology College of Engineering Electrical &    Computer  Engineering

Grand Total

74

172

$5,958,249

$14,702,350

$7,500 45

$3,198,945 $1,092,658

Mechanical Engineering

$684,597

Civil &  Environmental  Engineering

$525,389

Physics

$302,418

Center for  Rehabilation  Engineering

$274,756

Computer &    Information  Science

$160,921

BioEngineering

$158,206

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METRICS University of Massachusetts Dartmouth | Research and Other Sponsored Awards BY UNIT AND DEPARTMENT

Includes All New Awards, Supplements and Continuations Fiscal Year 2016 Unit/Department PI; CO-PI

Sponsor

Title

Type

Amount

College of Arts & Sciences Biology Bernal,Diego

NATIONAL SCIENCE

Collaborative Research: The Effect of Temperature and Low

FOUNDATION

Oxygen on Muscles Performance, Oxygen Uptake and

Research

$189,606

Research

$179,999

Research

$149,861

Research

$180,000

Delivery in Fish Exposed to Disparate Thermal Environment Bromage,Erin S.

NATIONAL SCIENCE

CAREER: Selective Sweep of Plasma Cell Specificity

FOUNDATION

Following Vaccination

NATL INSTITUTE OF FOOD

Nature's Adjuvant: The Evolutionary Conserved Role of

AND AGRICULTURE

Complement Component 3d (C3d) in Enhancing B-cell Responses

Drew,Robert Edward

Koop,Jennifer

Moisander,Pia H

NATIONAL SCIENCE

CAREER: Do Anemonefish Exploit Anemone Sensory

FOUNDATION

Mechanisms to Evade Attack by Their Hosts?

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

Reconstructing the Invasion History of a Detrimental Parasitic Research

SOCIETY

Nest Fly to the Galapagos Islands

NATIONAL OCEANIC AND

Transmission of Apicomplexan Infection and Development of

ATMOSPHERIC ADMIN

Gray Meat in Atlantic Sea Scallops

NANTUCKET LAND COUNCIL

Influence of Nutrients on the Benthic Cyanobacteria Blooms in Research

Research

$22,553

$179,140

$24,313

the Nantucket Harbor QUEBEC-LABRADOR

Seasonality of Vibrio Distributions in the Coastal Waters of

Research

$750

FOUNDATION

Massachusetts

O'Connor,Nancy J.;

NATIONAL SCIENCE

REU Site: Integrative Marine Biology for the 21st Century

Rajaniemi, Tara K.

FOUNDATION

(IMBio21)

Research

$343,070

QUEBEC-LABRADOR

Could Cannibalism Limit Population Growth of the Asian

FOUNDATION

Shore Crab

Research

$500

Silby,Mark Winston

ARGONNE NATIONAL LABS

Genomics: GTL Fundamental Scientific Focus Area

Research

$30,730

Turner,Jefferson T

BATTELLE MEMORIAL

Harbor Outfall Monitoring 8

Research

$27,300

WOODS HOLE

Biological and Physical Controls of Toxic Alexandrium Blooms Research

$30,000

OCEANOGRAPHIC

in Shallow Estuarine Systems

INSTITUTE

INSTITUTION Biology Total Center of Labor Education

16 Annual Report 2016 | RESEARCH

$1,357,822


OCEANOGRAPHIC

in Shallow Estuarine Systems

METRICS

INSTITUTION Biology Total

$1,357,822

Center of Labor Education Jochim,Lisa A.

GREATER NB WORKFORCE

FY 2017 DOE Adult Career Pathways

Public Service $53,732

FY 16 Adult Career Pathways

Public Service $53,732

FY16 Dislocated Workers

Public Service $2,475

FY16 State ABE Grant

Public Service $603,273

INVESTMENT AREA

MA DEPT OF ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY ED Center of Labor Education Total

$713,212

Chemistry & Biochemistry Cai,Shuowei

MICROBIOTIX

Screening and Characterization of Small Molecule Inhibitors

Research

$62,582

Research

$61,461

Against Light Chain Botulinum Neurotoxin Guo,Maolin

L'OREAL USA

Collaboration on ROS Probes between UMass and L'Oreal USA

Manke,David Robert

MASSACHUSETTS CLEAN

Crystallizing Science: Workforce Development through a

ENERGY CENTER

Pipeline for 4-Degree Attainment

Public Service $50,000

Chemistry & Biochemistry Total

$174,043

CUSP-Center for University & School Partner Blake,Loretta D.

NATIONAL WRITING PROJECT 2016-2017 NWP SEED Invitational Leadership Institute to

Public Service $15,000

Invest in Developing New Teacher-Leaders Grant CUSP-Center for University & School Partner Total

$15,000

English Arrigo,Anthony F.

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR Hoover Dam and the Shaping of the American West

Public Service $179,076

THE HUMANITIES English Total

$179,076

History Koot,Gerard M

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR The Dutch Republic and Britain: The Making of a European THE HUMANITIES

Public Service $131,235

World Economy and Modern Society

History Total

$131,235

Mathematics Gottlieb,Sigal Heryudono,Alfa R.H.

AIR FORCE OFFICE OF

High Order Strong Stability Time Discretizations Beyond the

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Method-of-Lines Framework.

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH

Computation of Crowded Geodesics on the Universal

Research

$179,648

Research

$109,646

Teichmueller Space Mathematics Total Philosophy Eckert,Maureen A.

$289,294

THE AMERICAN

Summer Program for Diversity in Logic for Undergraduates

Public Service $12,000

PHILOSOPHICAL ASSOCIATION Philosophy Total

$12,000

RESEARCH | 2016 Annual Report 17


METRICS Psychology Powers,Theodore A.

UNIVERSITY OF

Test of a Theory-Based Weight Loss Program for Couples:

CONNECTICUT

Project TEAMS

Research

Psychology Total

$20,706 $20,706

Public Policy Borges,David R.

FRIENDS ACADEMY, INC.

Center for Education Innovation Program Evaluation 2016-

Public Service $25,000

2017 GREATER NB ALLIES FOR

GNB Allies Phase II Technical Assistance

Public Service $7,500

HEALTH & WELLNESS Goodman,Michael D

COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF Fall River Housing Study

Public Service $46,750

SOUTHEASTERN MA SEAPORT ECONOMIC

Massachusetts Maritime Economy

Public Service $62,725

Economic Impact of the Human Services Sector in Illinois

Public Service $2,880

COUNCIL Korejwa,Elise Marie

ILLINOIS PARTNERS FOR HUMAN SERVICE

Public Policy Total

$144,855

Sociology & Anthropology Kulick,Rachel

UNIVERSITY OF

UMass Dartmouth Grows: Ecological and Equity Based

MASSACHUSETTS MED

Approaches to Food Justice

Research

$7,500

SCHOOL Sociology & Anthropology Total

$7,500

STEM Education & Teacher Development Kruger,Cynthia G

GREATER NB WORKFORCE

UMD Camp/Project Success FY'16

Public Service $27,798

INVESTMENT AREA STEM Education & Teacher Development Total

$27,798

Kaput Center Witzig,Stephen B

NATIONAL SCIENCE

NOYCE TEACH! Southcoast STEM

Instruction

$1,034,428

FOUNDATION Kaput Center Total

$1,034,428

College of Arts & Sciences Total

$4,106,969

College of Engineering BioEngineering Kim,Yong K.

U.S. ARMY NATICK SOLDIER

Applying Flock Technology to Warfighter Needs: Military

RD&E CENTER

Helmet Pads

BioEngineering Total

Research

$158,206

$158,206

Center for Rehabilitation Engineering Cory,Lester W

MA EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF

Chapter 257: 3.75% Settlement

Public Service $4,388

MRC Equipment Supplement

Public Service $11,450

HLTH & HUMAN SVC MA REHABILITATION COMMISSION

18 Annual Report 2016 | RESEARCH


METRICS Year 5: Center for Rehabilitation Engineering Assistive

Public Service $258,918

Technology in SE Massachusetts Center for Rehabilitation Engineering Total Civil & Environmental Engineering MacDonald,Daniel G. LITTORAL POWER SYSTEMS, INC

$274,756

A Cost-disruptive, Low Impact, Modular Form Factor Low-

MA DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY A Cost-disruptive, Low Impact, Modular Form Factor LowRESOURCES MacDonald,Daniel G.;

$189,347

Research

$200,000

Research

$114,004

Research

$22,038

head Hydropower System

OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH The Role of Scale in the Development and Evolution of

Raessi, Mehdi

Research

head Hydropower System

Stratified Shear Turbulence, Entrainment and Mixing The Role of Scale in the Development and Evolution of Stratified Shear Turbulence, Entrainment and Mixing: Supplementary Funding

Civil & Environmental Engineering Total

$525,389

Computer & Information Science Balasubramanian, Ramprasad

MULTIPLE SPONSORS

2016 Capstone: Nye Lubricants

OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH Distributed Architecture to Address Communication

Research

$5,000

Research

$100,000

Research

$55,921

Challenges in Achieving Multi-UUV Autonomy Khatib,Firas Denis

NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Applying Protein Databases to Crowdsourcing Structural Protein Design

Computer & Information Science Total

$160,921

Electrical & Computer Engineering Brown,David A.

OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH Flextensional Transducer Modeling and Training-Physics

Research

$150,545

Research

$121,385

Based Energy Approach Buck,John R.

OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH Adaptive Beamforming and Random Matrix Theory

* shown in SMAST previous year

Co-Prime Sensor Array Signal Processing

Research

$200,000

Fiondella,Lance Nicholas NATIONAL SCIENCE

CSR: SMALL: Robust Algorithms for an Open Source

Research

$124,999

Research

$55,586

Research

$30,000

FOUNDATION

Software Reliability Tool

NATL INST OF AEROSPACE

Rotorcraft Tradespace Exploration Incorporating Reliability Engineering

Fiondella,Lance Nicholas; UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN

Dynamic Transportation Network Vulnerability Assessment

Michel, Howard E.

CALIFORNIA

Algorithms

Fortier,Paul J

U.S. FOREST SERVICE

RFID Technology

Research

$99,600

Li,Yifei

AIR FORCE OFFICE OF

RF Frontend on a Monolithic Integrated Circuit

Research

$214,548

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH Payton,Karen L Wang,Honggang

SPEECH TECHNOLOGY AND

DMX: Enabling Technology for Separation and Enhancement Research

APPLIED RESEARCH

of Mixed Signals

NATIONAL SCIENCE

SCH: Student Travel Support for IEEE Conference on

Conference/

FOUNDATION

Connected Health (CHASE 2016)

Meeting

Electrical & Computer Engineering Total

$80,995 $15,000 $1,092,658

RESEARCH | 2016 Annual Report 19


METRICS Mechanical Engineering Balasubramanian,

MULTIPLE SPONSORS

MNE Capstone FY 16

Research

$41,000

CORSAIR INNOVATIONS

Fundamental Evaluation of FEAM and FEAM Structures

Research

$84,182

Mechanics of Multi-functional Biocomposites

Research

$291,954

Ramprasad Chalivendra,Vijaya

Relative to Optimizing Their Impact Energy Absorption and Functional Properties NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION Foster,Donald A

MULTIPLE SPONSORS

2015 MNE Capstone Projects

Research

$1,442

Meressi,Tesfay

UNIVERSITY OF

Urban Massachusetts Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority

Instruction

$42,722

MASSACHUSETTS - BOSTON

Participation (Mid-Level Alliance)

NATIONAL SCIENCE

Competition Between Mixed-Layer Instabilities in Shallow

Research

$223,297

FOUNDATION

Fronts at Subtropical Latitudes in the Ocean

Ramachandran,Sanjiv

Mechanical Engineering Total Physics Price,Richard H Tandon,Amit

$684,597

NATIONAL SCIENCE

Collaborative Research: Sparse Spectral-tau Methods for

FOUNDATION

Binary Neutron Star Initial Data

OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH Coastal and Submesoscale Process Studies for ASIRI

* shown in SMAST previous year

Data Serving for ASIRI Participants: ASIRI-INFLO

Research

$11,464

Research

$240,956

Research

$49,998

Physics Total

$302,418

College of Engineering Total

$3,198,945

College of Nursing Adult Nursing Asselin,Marilyn E;

NATIONAL LEAGUE FOR

Promoting Innovative Academic Leadership through Critical

Armstrong, Deborah K.

NURSING

Reflective Teaching Practice

Weatherford,Barbara H.

HEALTH RESOURCES

Nursing Workforce Diversity

Research

$6,994

Training

$625,750

SERVICE ADMINISTRATION Adult Nursing Total

$632,744

Lead Paint Program Smith,Elvira

MA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC

Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program

Public Service $392

Chapter 257: 3.75% Settlement Fund

Public Service $5,898

HEALTH MA EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF HLTH & HUMAN SVC Lead Paint Program Total

$6,290

College of Nursing Total

$639,034

Office of the Chancellor Community Service & Partnerships

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College of Nursing Total

$639,034

METRICS

Office of the Chancellor Community Service & Partnerships Healy,Deirdre E.

MA SERVICE ALLIANCE

Everybody Can Be Great

Public Service $4,043

National Volunteer Week 2016

Public Service $4,090

Community Service & Partnerships Total

$8,133

Economic Development Dunn,Hugh Carroll

MA OFFICE OF BUSINESS

FY2016 Regional Economic Development Organization

DEVELOPMENT

(REDO) Grant

Public Service $21,000

Economic Development Total

$21,000

Office of the Chancellor Total

$29,133

School for Marine Science & Technology Estuarine and Ocean Sciences Altabet,Mark A.

NATIONAL SCIENCE

Collaborative Research: Did the SE Pacific Gyre Become a

FOUNDATION

Hotspot for N2 Fixation During Dusty Glacial Conditions?

Research

Collaborative Research: GEOTRACES Arctic Ocean Section- Research

$347,288

$65,890

Constraining Nitrogen Cycling in the Western Arctic Ocean UNIVERSITY OF

Recent Temporal Evolution of Nitrogen Loading and Oxygen

CONNECTICUT

Dynamics in Long Island Sound Studied Using Stable Isotope

Research

$77,759

Research

$88,467

Geochemistry Recent Temporal Evolution of Nitrogen Loading and Oxygen Dynamics in Long Island Sound Using Stable Isotope Geochemistry Bourbonnais,Annie;

NATIONAL SCIENCE

Nitrous Oxide Cycling in the Western Arctic Ocean from Stable Research

Altabet, Mark A.

FOUNDATION

Isotopic and Concentration Data

Howes,Brian L.

AIR FORCE CIVIL ENGINEER

Ashumet Pond Phosphorus Management: Adaptive

CENTER

Management Monitoring

Research

CAMP DRESSER AND MCKEE, Aucoot Cove Eelgrass Coverage: Analysis of Sediment Cores Research

$290,608 $84,316 $6,000

INC. Cold Brook System Natural Nitrogen Attenuation Study,

Research

$41,000

Harwich, MA CITY OF NEW BEDFORD

Sassaquin Pond Assessment

Research

$49,732

DARTMOUTH NATURAL

Nonquitt Marsh Restoration Project

Research

$13,914

Research

$11,000

RESOURCES TRUST MA DEPT OF CONSERVATION WBNERR Water Quality Technical Assistance 2016 AND RECREATION MASSACHUSETTS MARITIME

Marine Energy Test Bed at Massachusetts Maritime Academy Research

$7,390

ACADEMY Quantifying Impacts of Oyster Aquaculture on Estuarine THREE BAYS PRESERVATION Nitrogen Related Water Quality Lake Wequaquet DO Monitoring/Management

Research

$25,481

Research

$18,000

Research

$19,290

PBA Review of Cadmus Analysis Pleasant Bay WQ Data and Interpretation Relative to Current Ecological State of Estuarine Habitats

RESEARCH | 2016 Annual Report 21


METRICS Town of Chatham Estuarine Monitoring Technical Support

Research

$24,375

Town of Chatham Estuarine Monitoring Technical Support for PBA

Research

$39,000

TOWN OF FALMOUTH

Water Quality Monitoring of Falmouth Estuaries FY14

Research

$85,000

TOWN OF DENNIS

Dennis Freshponds (WQM)

Research

$17,408

TOWN OF NANTUCKET

Nantucket Estuarine Water Quality Monitoring Technical

Research

$48,900

Technical Assistance & Data Collection to Update Background Research

$15,897

Support Nitrogen Concentration into Nauset Marsh

TOWN OF PLYMOUTH

Lohrenz,Steven E

Town of Orleans 2015 Water Quality Monitoring Program

Research

$6,000

Completion of Plymouth Harbor MEP Estuaries Study

Research

$31,500

Plymouth Great Herring Pond Stormwater Survey

Research

$18,374

WESTPORT WATERSHED

Scientific Support Services: Ecological Assessment of

Research

$15,000

ALLIANCE

Cockeast Pond (Phase 1)

NATIONAL AERO AND SPACE

An Integrated Terrestrial-Coastal Ocean Observation and

Research

$373,536

ADMINISTRATION

Modeling Framework for Carbon Management Decision Research

$40,000

Research

$180,000

Support UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN

Shelf-Slope Interactions and Carbon Transformation and

MISSISSIPPI

Transport in the Northern Gulf of Mexico: Platform Proof of Concept for the Ocean Observing System in the Northern Gulf

WOODS HOLE

of Mexico Research and Education in Quantitative Fisheries and

OCEANOGRAPHIC

Ecosystem Science

Schlezinger,David

INSTITUTION CDM SMITH

WQM - Merrimack River WQ -TMDL Support

Research

$32,885

Sundermeyer,Miles A

NATIONAL SCIENCE

Collaborative Research: Numerical Modeling of the Internal-

Research

$283,425

FOUNDATION

Wave Cascade and Submesoscale Lateral Dispersion Research

$29,553

OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH LatMix 2011 and 2012 Dispersion Analysis Estuarine and Ocean Sciences Total

$2,386,988

Fisheries Oceanography Bethoney,Naiff David

NATIONAL OCEANIC AND

Sustaining, Improving and Evaluating Portside Sampling and

ATMOSPHERIC ADMIN

River Herring Incidental Catch Reduction in the Atlantic

Research

$408,004

Herring Mid-water Trawl Fishery Cadrin,Steven X.

CAPE COD COMMERCIAL

Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen's Alliance Bycatch

Research

$21,000

FISHERMEN'S ALLIANCE

Avoidance Program

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE

Impacts of the CITES Listing of Shark Species on Their Stock Research

$75,000

ORG OF THE UN

Status, Fisheries and Social Economy of the Local Communities

GULF OF MAINE RESEARCH

Developing Applications of Fishery Catch Rates for New

INSTITUTE

England Groundfish Stock Assessments Operational Use of Otolith Chemistry to Inform Stock Assessment and Forward Projection of Atlantic Bluefin Tuna

22 Annual Report 2016 | RESEARCH

Research

$25,004

Research

$9,609


METRICS MA DIVISION OF MARINE

MFI Graduate Education Program Director

Research

$50,000

NATIONAL OCEANIC AND

Comparative Evaluation of Stock Assessment Models for

Research

$123,352

ATMOSPHERIC ADMIN

Mixed Atlantic Bluefin Tuna Stocks Estimating Growth and Movement of Juvenile Monkfish

Research

$270,000

Scallop Fishery Bycatch Avoidance System 2016

Research

$87,500

FISHERIES

NEW ENGLAND AQUARIUM

Estimating the Discard Mortality Rate and Deriving Best Catch- Research

$7,810

and-Release for Haddock Discarded in Gulf of Maine Recreational Fisheries Evaluation of Methods to Reverse the Acute Effects of

Research

$14,542

Research

$20,187

Research

$83,088

Research

$62,370

Research

$89,598

Barotraumas & Increase the Post-Release Survival of Cusk Discarded in the Gulf of Maine Recreational Fisheries Cadrin,Steven X.;

WOODS HOLE

Modeling Recruitment Dynamics of Atlantic Cod in the

Zemeckis, Douglas R.

OCEANOGRAPHIC

Western Gulf of Maine for Improved Fisheries Management

INSTITUTION Using a Global-Regional-Coastal FVCOM System to Assess MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE the Impact of Sea Level Rise on Hurricane and Nor'easterChen,Changsheng

OF TECHNOLOGY

Induced Flood Risk over Massachusetts Coast High Resolution Coastal Inundation Modeling and

NE REG ASSOC OF COASTAL

Advancement of Green Infrastructure and Living Shoreline

OCEAN OBSERV SYS

Approaches in the Northeast NERACOOS: The Integrated Ocean Observing System for the Northeast Region The Continued Development of the Northeastern Regional Coastal Ocean Observing System (NERACOOS)

Research

$90,000

Technical Support for NOAA FVCOM Modeling Activities

Research

$49,220

Atlantic Bight Cold Pool

Research

$67,009

Quantification of the Contribution of Wastewater Effluent to

Research

$17,603

Methodologies for North Atlantic Groundfish: Application to

Research

$131,491

Atlantic Cod, Yellowtail Flounder and Monkfish Peer Review of Red Drum Stock Assessment

Research

$4,600

NATIONAL OCEANIC AND

Incorporating Recruitment-Environment Linkages into Stock

Research

$109,194

ATMOSPHERIC ADMIN

Assessment Models for Alaskan Groundfish with Application to Research

$51,582

Research

$68,768

Understanding Annual to Decadal Variations in the Middle Cowles,Geoffrey W.;

WOODS HOLE OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTION

Cowles,Geoffrey W.; Cadrin, Steven X.

NATIONAL OCEANIC AND

Fay,Gavin

ATLANTIC STATES MARINE

ATMOSPHERIC ADMIN

Coastal Ocean Acidification Using Archival Tagging Data to Develop Geolocation

FISHERIES COMMISS

Population Projections in a Changing Climate Loggerhead Sea Turtle Density

Georgianna,Daniel; Fay,

MID-ATLANTIC FISHERY

Developing and Testing Stock Assessment Models for Black

MANAGEMENT COUNCIL

Sea Bass Using Stock Synthesis

NATIONAL OCEANIC AND

Combining Fishermen's Knowledge to Locate, Evaluate, and Research

Gavin; Inglis Susan Dale; ATMOSPHERIC ADMIN

$299,551

Predict Gray Meat Outbreaks

Stokesbury, Kevin D.E. He,Pingguo

GULF OF MAINE RESEARCH

Developing an Ultra-Low-Opening Groundfish Trawl to Avoid

INSTITUTE

Cod and Ensure a Prosperous Inshore Fishing Fleet

NATIONAL OCEANIC AND

A Modified Sort-X Grid to Reduce the Catch of Juvenile

ATMOSPHERIC ADMIN

Haddock and Cod in the Georges Bank Haddock Fishery

Research

$19,835

Research

$247,502

RESEARCH | 2016 Annual Report 23


METRICS Reducing Yellowtail and Windowpane Flounder Bycatch:

Research

$233,535

Research

$125,930

Video Survey of Banquereau Bank-2016

Research

$47,247

2015 Groundfish Video Trawl Survey

Research

$400,000

A New Sampling System for New England Groundfish Using

Research

$96,376

Research

$29,125

Application of a Modified European Grid System in the Georges Bank Haddock Fishery Stokesbury,Kevin D.E.

CLEARWATER SEAFOODS

SMAST Video Survey of the Canadian Portion of Georges Bank 2015

Stokesbury,Kevin D.E.; Bethoney, Naiff David Stokesbury,Kevin D.E.

MA DIVISION OF MARINE FISHERIES

Video Technology, Focusing on Cod in the Gulf of Maine A New Sampling System for New England Groundfish Using Video Technology: Development of a Wheelhouse Computer Stokesbury,Kevin D.E.;

MARINE RENEWABLE ENERGY Survey of Substrate and Benthos at Cape Cod Canal Tidal

Research

$10,000

Bethoney, Naiff David

COLLABORATIVE

Energy Demonstration Site

Stokesbury,Kevin D.E.;

OCEAN LEADER FISHERIES

Exploratory Survey of the Canadian Sea Cucumber Population Research

$20,251

Bethoney, Naiff David

LTD.

Turner,Jefferson T;

WOODS HOLE

Rust Tides of the Toxic Dinoflagellate Cochlodinium

Research

$75,379

Howes, Brian L.

OCEANOGRAPHIC

Polykrikoides in Buzzards Bay

* Award Split with

INSTITUTION Research

$30,000

Biology Dept.

MA DIVISION OF MARINE

DMF Admin Environmental Review FY17

FISHERIES Fisheries Oceanography Total

$3,571,261

School for Marine Science & Technology Total

$5,958,249

Academic Affairs Academic Resource Center Koumas,Sokratis

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF

Student Support Services at UMass Dartmouth for

EDUCATION

Disadvantaged Students

Academic Resource Center Total

Instruction

$390,995

$390,995

Upward Bound Hagopian,Kristin A

ISLAND FOUNDATION INC.

Upward Bound Student Leadership and College Tours

Public Service $10,000

MA DEPT OF ELEMENTARY &

FY17 Summer Food Service Program

Public Service $281

Summer Food Service Program 2015

Public Service $8,744

Upward Bound Program

Public Service $360,000

SECONDARY ED

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Upward Bound Total

$379,026

Academic Affairs Total

$770,021

Grand Total

$14,702,350

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METRICS

NUMBER OF AWARDS FYs 2014, 2015, 2016

182

200 180

172

160

129

140 120

200

100

180

80

160

60 40

182 172 129

140 120 100

20

80

0

60 40 20

2014 2015

0

2016

2014 2015 2016

AWARD AMOUNTS FYs 2014, 2015, 2016 IN THOUSANDS

$13,652 $13,652

$13,948 $13,948

$14,702

$14,702

16000000 16000000 14000000

14000000 12000000

12000000

10000000

10000000

8000000

8000000

6000000

6000000 4000000

4000000 2000000 0

2014

2015

2016

2000000 0

2014

2015

2016

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METRICS

AWARDS BY PURPOSE FYs 2014, 2015, 2016 AWARDS BY PURPOSE FY s 2014,2015,2016

$12,000,000 $10,000,000 $8,000,000 $6,000,000 $4,000,000 $2,000,000

2014

Research Instruction/Training Other Sponsored Activities

2015

Research Instruction/Training Other Sponsored Activities

2016

26 Annual Report 2016 | RESEARCH

Research

$10,179,735 $1,299,140 $2,200,000 $11,502,397 $81,125 $2,364,402 $10,631,074

Instruction/Training

$2,108,895

Other Sponsored Activities

$1,962,380

2016 Other  Sponsored  Activities

2016 Instruction/Training

2016 Research

2015 Other  Sponsored  Activities

2015 Instruction/Training

2015 Research

2014 Other  Sponsored  Activities

2014 Instruction/Training

2014 Research

$0


METRICS

AWARDS BY UNIT FYs 2014, 2015, 2016

$6,000,000

$5,000,000

$4,000,000

$3,000,000

$2,000,000

$1,000,000

$0

Academic Affairs

Charlton College of Business

College of Arts and Sciences

College of Engineering

College of Nursing

FY16

$770,021

$0

$4,106,969

$3,198,945

$639,034

College of Visual and Performing Arts $0

School for Marine Science and Technology $5,958,249

Office of the Chancellor

FY15

$762,955

$12,357

$3,678,695

$3,965,200

$239,315

$15,000

$5,224,402

$50,000

FY14

$1,171,220

$0

$3,781,007

$3,733,077

$95,836

$0

$4,780,693

$90,000

$29,133

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METRICS

NUMBER OF AWARDS BY UNIT FYs 2014, 2015, 2016

80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

Academic Affairs

Charlton College  of   Business

College of  Arts   and  Sciences

College of   Engineering

College of   Nursing

College of   Visual  and   Performing   Arts

School for   Marine  Science   and   Technology

Office of  the   Chancellor

FY16

5

0

40

45

5

0

74

3

FY15

4

2

51

41

4

1

77

2

FY14

8

0

29

29

2

0

59

2

Unit Name

Awards

FY16

Awards

FY16

FY15

FY15

Awards

FY14

FY14

Academic Affairs

5

$770,021

4

$762,955

8

Charlton College of Business

0

$0

2

$12,357

0

$1,171,220 $0

College of Arts and Sciences

40

$4,106,969

51

$3,678,695

29

$3,781,007

College of Engineering

45

$3,198,945

41

$3,965,200

29

$3,733,077

College of Nursing

5

$639,034

4

$239,315

2

$95,836

College of Visual and Performing Arts

0

$0

1

$15,000

0

$0

74

$5,958,249

77

$5,224,402

59

$4,780,693

School for Marine Science and Technology Office of the Chancellor Total

28 Annual Report 2016 | RESEARCH

3

$29,133

2

$50,000

2

$90,000

172

$14,702,350

182

$13,947,924

129

$13,651,833


METRICS

SPONSORED PROJECTS EXPENDITURES FY 2016

$6,000,000 $5,000,000

$4,000,000 $3,000,000

$2,000,000 $1,000,000 $0

Totals

Academic Affairs

Chancelor's Office

Charlton College of Business

College of Arts & Sciences

College of Engineering

College of Nursing

$784,172

$39,188

$4,671

$3,250,752

$3,193,718

$334,657

School for Marine Science & Technology $5,241,363

Student Affairs

$72,518

COMPARISON REPORT OFOF SPONSORED PROJECTS - 2016 COMPARISON REPORT SPONSORED PROJECTSEXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES BY BY UNIT UNIT FYs FYs 2014 2014-2016 Unit Academic Affairs Chancellor's Office Charlton College of Business College of Arts & Sciences College of Engineering College of Nursing Professional & Continuing Education School for Marine Science & Technology Student Affairs Grand Total

FY 2014 $752,924 $128,683 $0 $4,343,670 $3,685,059 $164,972 $12,728 $5,173,559 $0 $14,261,595

FY 2015 $916,073 $46,921 $4,096 $3,430,282 $2,901,704 $163,092 $0 $4,616,215 $0 $12,078,383

FY 2016 $784,172 $39,188 $4,671 $3,250,752 $3,193,718 $334,657 $0 $5,241,363 $72,518 $12,921,038

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METRICS EXPENDITURESBY BYDEPARTMENT DEPARTMENT &&PIPIFYFY2016 EXPENDITURES 2016 Academic Resource Center Koumas, Sokratis Direct Indirect Daigle, Thomas J. Direct Adult & Child Nursing Asselin, Marilyn E Direct Indirect Weatherford, Barbara H. Direct Indirect Art Education Oliver, Kristi Lynn Direct BioEngineering Ferreira, Tracie L. Direct Indirect Kim, Yong K. Direct Indirect Biology Bernal, Diego Direct Indirect Bromage, Erin S. Direct Indirect Bucci, Vanni Direct Indirect Drew, Robert Edward Direct Indirect Koop, Jennifer Direct Indirect Moisander, Pia H. Direct Indirect O'Connor, Nancy J. Direct Indirect Silby, Mark Winston Direct Indirect Turner, Jefferson T. Direct Indirect Hart, Peter E. Direct 30 Annual Report 2016 | RESEARCH

$404,612 $404,599 $377,295 $27,304 $13 $13 $170,184 $5,343 $4,857 $486 $164,841 $155,872 $8,969 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 $106,651 $21,989 $14,186 $7,802 $84,662 $54,621 $30,041 $788,942 $110,287 $71,401 $38,886 $92,863 $76,810 $16,053 $255,504 $176,158 $79,346 $144,330 $94,387 $49,943 $1,466 $1,345 $120 $38,486 $27,290 $11,197 $45,788 $41,449 $4,338 $46,024 $29,693 $16,331 $60,763 $40,816 $19,948 ($6,569) ($6,569)

BIRC Gunasekaran, Angappa Direct Indirect Center for Policy & Analysis Borges, David R. Direct Indirect Goodman, Michael D Direct Indirect Korejwa, Elise Marie Direct Indirect Center of Labor Education Jochim, Lisa A. Direct Indirect Chemistry Cai, Shuowei Direct Indirect Cappillino, Patrick J. Direct Guo, Maolin Direct Indirect Neto, Catherine A. Direct Civil/Environmental Engineering MacDonald, Daniel G. Direct Indirect Miller, Heather J. Direct Indirect Mogawer, Walaa S. Direct Indirect Pour A Tootkaboni, Mazdak Direct Indirect Sengupta, Sukalyan Direct Indirect Community Service Healy, Deirdre E. Direct Indirect Computer Information Science Balasubramanian, Ramprasad Direct Indirect

$4,671 $4,671 $3,244 $1,427 $109,410 $51,303 $35,627 $15,676 $55,227 $38,352 $16,875 $2,880 $2,000 $880 $720,584 $720,584 $654,900 $65,684 $242,730 $48,261 $31,136 $17,125 $41,911 $41,911 $148,251 $96,882 $51,369 $4,307 $4,307 $685,781 $56,847 $37,257 $19,591 $23,600 $15,226 $8,374 $540,807 $462,558 $78,249 $61,644 $39,560 $22,084 $2,883 $1,860 $1,023 $6,840 $6,840 $6,514 $326 $78,077 $87,032 $62,762 $24,270

Zhang, Xiaoqin ($8,955) Direct ($8,955) CUSP $9,670 Blake, Loretta D. $8,748 Direct $7,912 Indirect $835 Crowley, Patricia A. $922 Direct $922 Economic Development $39,188 Dunn, Hugh Carroll $21,328 Direct $19,389 Indirect $1,939 Goodman, Louis $14,817 Direct $13,699 Indirect $1,118 Stapleton, Tobias M. $3,043 Direct $3,043 Education $22,830 Kruger, Cynthia G $22,830 Direct $22,830 Electrical Computer Engineering $1,412,091 Brown, David A. $76,431 Direct $64,838 Indirect $11,593 Buck, John R. $270,058 Direct $185,214 Indirect $84,844 Fiondella, Lance Nicholas $165,507 Direct $100,450 Indirect $65,056 Fortier, Paul J $123,822 Direct $91,053 Indirect $32,769 Gendron, Paul John $89,449 Direct $60,011 Indirect $29,438 Li, Yifei $275,845 Direct $197,851 Indirect $77,994 Payton, Karen L $67,482 Direct $43,714 Indirect $23,768 Wang, Honggang $340,716 Direct $280,180 Indirect $60,536 Xing, Liudong $2,781 Direct $2,312 Indirect $469 English $112,260 Arrigo, Anthony F. $112,260 Direct $106,677 Indirect $5,584


METRICS

EXPENDITURESBY BYDEPARTMENT DEPARTMENT &&PIPIFY EXPENDITURES FY2016 2016 Estuarine & Ocean Sciences Altabet, Mark A. Direct Indirect Brown, Wendell S. Direct Indirect Gangopadhyay, Avijit Direct Indirect Goodman, Louis Direct Indirect Howes, Brian L. Direct Indirect Lohrenz, Steven E Direct Indirect Schlezinger, David Direct Indirect Sundermeyer, Miles A Direct Indirect Fisheries Oceanography Bethoney, Naiff David Direct Indirect Cadrin, Steven X. Direct Indirect Chen, Changsheng Direct Indirect Cowles, Geoffrey W. Direct Indirect Fay, Gavin Direct Indirect Georgianna, Daniel Direct Indirect He, Pingguo Direct Indirect O'Keefe, Catherine E. Direct Indirect

$1,977,852 $245,043 $162,224 $82,819 $149,577 $97,319 $52,258 $78,432 $52,108 $26,325 $77,666 $41,710 $35,956 $867,014 $661,215 $205,799 $521,885 $386,448 $135,436 $2,947 $1,899 $1,048 $35,288 $22,766 $12,521 $3,263,511 $2,398 $2,128 $270 $586,261 $431,058 $155,204 $732,997 $544,407 $188,590 $55,321 $40,846 $14,476 $135,267 $90,965 $44,302 $85,003 $68,002 $17,001 $373,409 $296,067 $77,341 $14,518 $9,367 $5,152

Stokesbury, Kevin D.E. Direct Indirect Turner, Jefferson T Direct Indirect History Koot, Gerard M Direct Indirect Walker, Timothy D. Direct Indirect Kaput Center Orrill,Chandra H Direct Indirect Witzig,Stephen B Direct Indirect Lead Paint Program Smith, Elvira Direct Indirect Math Chen, Yanlai Direct Indirect Dong, Bo Direct Indirect Gottlieb, Sigal Direct Indirect Heryudono, Alfa R.H. Direct Indirect Wang, Cheng Direct Indirect Mechanical Engineering Chalivendra, Vijaya Direct Indirect Foster, Donald A Direct Huang, Wenzhen Direct Indirect

$1,193,760 $980,118 $213,642 $84,578 $59,909 $24,668 $253,222 $102,696 $89,890 $12,806 $150,526 $136,303 $14,223 $654,707 $84,082 $54,346 $29,736 $570,625 $519,341 $51,284 $164,473 $164,473 $148,867 $15,606 $263,205 $38,211 $26,002 $12,210 $40,322 $26,014 $14,308 $61,292 $39,543 $21,749 $83,466 $56,171 $27,295 $39,914 $25,747 $14,167 $575,735 $43,256 $27,907 $15,349 $12,425 $12,425 $56,513 $36,226 $20,287

Meressi, Tesfay Direct Indirect Raessi, Mehdi Direct Indirect Ramachandran, Sanjiv Direct Indirect Tandon, Amit Direct Indirect Philosophy Eckert, Maureen A. Direct Physics Khanna, Gaurav Direct Indirect Wang, Jianyi Jay Direct Indirect Psychology Powers, Theodore A. Direct Indirect Rehabilitation Engineering Cory, Lester W Direct Indirect STEM Education & Teacher Dev. Macrine, Sheila M Direct Indirect Upward Bound Hagopian, Kristin A Direct Indirect Women's Gender & Sexuality Ctr Parker, Juli L. Direct Women's Studies Riley, Jeannette Direct

Grand Total

$38,510 $36,700 $1,809 $154,071 $102,076 $51,995 $16,699 $10,774 $5,926 $254,260 $167,090 $87,171 $10,735 $10,735 $10,735 $101,194 $94,596 $70,537 $24,059 $6,598 $5,438 $1,159 $20,706 $20,706 $13,359 $7,347 $234,189 $234,189 $214,015 $20,174 $4,663 $4,663 $3,885 $777 $379,560 $379,560 $356,405 $23,155 $72,518 $72,518 $72,518 $15,248 $15,248 $15,248

$12,921,038

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