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August 2016 External Awards

→ TOTAL AWARDED (August 2016): $2,468,346

→ Awards by Sponsor Type     
Association $52,772
Corporation $35,426
Federal $1,832,242
MO Local Government $472,388
State of Missouri                      $75,518
→ Awards by Funding Purpose
Instruction $215,462
Other Sponsored Activities         $1,032,842
Research $1,220,042
→ Awards by PI(s) and Individual Project    

Brendolyn Bailey Burch, Missouri Institute of Mental Health

Awarded $283,875 for “HIV Capacity Building Initiative (HIV CBI) Continuation” by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Rachel Christiansen, Missouri Institute of Mental Health

Awarded $121,457 for “Mental Health First Aid Project AWARE Continuation” by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Alexei Demchenko and Keith Stine, Chemistry

Awarded $663,473 for “Refinement and implementation of the automated oligosaccharide synthesizer” by the National Institutes of Health.

Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center

Awarded $101,426 for “TASK for Caregivers Trauma Assess, Skills & Knowledge” by the Saint Louis Mental Health Board.

Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center

Awarded $81,022 for “Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma In Schools” by the Saint Louis Mental Health Board.

Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center

Awarded $227,956 for “Trauma-Informed System of Care: Therapy & Psychiatric Services” by the Saint Louis Mental Health Board.

Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center

Awarded $9,000 for “Expanding Forensic Interviewing for Children's Advocacy Services Funded by National Children's Alliance but  Distributed via RFP through Missouri KidsFirst, State CAC Chapter, NCA funded by DOJ who require competitive process.” by Missouri Kids First.

Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center

Awarded $34,984 for “Comprehensive Community Mental Health Services for Children with Serious Emotional Disturbance” by the Saint Louis Mental Health Board.

Joel Glassman, Office of International Studies & Programs

Awarded $5,000 for “The International Performing Arts Series” by the Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis.

Kelly Gregory, Missouri Institute of Mental Health

Awarded $34,513 for “MDMH TA17702 Forensic Conference” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.

Michael Hughes, Biology

Awarded $246,070 for “A comprehensive atlas of transcriptome diversity in mouse skeletal muscle” by the National Institutes of Health.

Sharon Johnson, Social Work

Awarded $215,462 for “UMSL/MU Collaborative Behavioral Health (BH) Workforce” by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
Shelley Kerley, KWMU FM Radio Awarded $7,000 for “Cityscape” by the Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis.
Karen Lucas, VC-Acad Affairs CE & Outreach Awarded $4,500 for “The Monday Noon Cultural Series and Poetry and Short Story Reading Series” by the Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis.
James O'Brien, Chemistry Awarded $231,301 for “Collaborative Research: Absorption and Emission Absorption Spectroscopy of Diatomic Metal Halides, Nitrides, and Dimers” by the National Science Foundation.
Wendy Olivas, Biology Awarded $43,772 for “Danforth Graduate Stipend” by the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center.
Nancy Singer, Educator Preparation, Innovation, and Research Awarded $30,250 for “DESE Career and Technical Education” by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
Debra Sprague, Missouri Institute of Mental Health Awarded $38,372 for “YR2 Physician Asst. Alcohol Education and SBIRT Training Program in MO” by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
Debra Sprague, Missouri Institute of Mental Health Awarded $32,232 for “Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders 2016-2017” by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Terry Suhre, Art & Art History Awarded $10,500 for “Gallery 210 Exhibition Season” by the Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis.
Terry Suhre, Art & Art History Awarded $10,755 for “Gallery 210 45th Anniversary Exhibition Season” by the Missouri Arts Council.
Zhi Xu, Chemistry Awarded $35,426 for “Development of Non-Invasive Blood Glucose Detector for better Diabetes Control” by St. Louis Medical Devices Inc.