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Vice Provost for Research
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AWARDS:David Clark and Deborah Clark, Biology, awarded $89,962 for “Tropical rain forest ecosystem responses to climatic forcings” by the National Science Foundation.
Alexei Demchenko, Chemistry, awarded $63,138 for “Exploring non-traditional approaches to stereocontrolled glycosylation” by the Mizutani Foundation for Glycoscience.
Susan Depue, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $88,208 for “Partnerships for Success” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
Joel Epstein, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $63,000 for “MDMH TPA 13514 - Compassion Fatigue Resource Kit Conversion” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
Julie Kapp and Susan Kashubeck West, Educational Psychology and Counseling and Family Therapy, awarded $44,800 for “2012-2013 School Evaluation of HOMEWORKS! program” by HOME WORKS! – Teacher Home Visit Program, LLC.
Elizabeth Kellogg, Biology, awarded $260,000 for “Collaborative research: The role of suppressor of sessile spikelet1 (sos1) in meristem maintenance and determinacy” by the National Science Foundation.
Rachel Kryah, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $50,059 for “Mental Health Stigma Survey Coordination & Evaluation” by the Missouri Mental Health Foundation.
Rachel Kryah, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $50,594 for “Living Tobacco Free Coordinator for Statewide Effort” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
Richard Rosenfeld, Criminology & Criminal Justice, awarded $59,125 for “The Impact of Stop, Question, and Frisk on Crime in New York, 2006 - 2011” by the Research Foundation of The City University of New York.
Teresa Thiel, Biology, awarded $210,315 for “Regulation of the genes encoding the Mo-nitrogenase in Anabaena” by the National Science Foundation.
Total awarded: $979,201