About the ORA
Vice Provost for Research
Proposals, Grants, and Contracts
Submitting a Proposal
Internal Funding Opportunities
Technology Transfer and Economic Development
For UMSL Inventors
National Academy of Inventors (NAI)
Animal Subjects (IACUC)
Conflict of Interest
Human Subjects (IRB)
Proposals, Grants and Contracts
Animal Welfare Unit
Resources and Reports
→ TOTAL AWARDED: $7,938,380
Awards by Sponsor Type:
|MO Local Government||$7,294,980|
|State of Missouri||$11,000|
Awards by Purpose:
|Other Sponsored Activity||$7,534,129|
Awards by PI(s) and Individual Project:
Steve Bourne and Joshua Vinocour, Psychological Services, awarded $4,825,486 for “St. Louis County Psychological Evaluation Services” by St. Louis County, Missouri.
- Elaine Doherty, Criminology & Criminal Justice, awarded $252,516 for “Impact of Life Events on Patterns of Drug Use in an Urban African American Cohort” by the National Institutes of Helath.
Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center, awarded $1,241,484 for “St. Louis County Children's Service Fund - Trauma Informed System of Care - Therapeutic Services” by St. Louis County, Missouri.
Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center, awarded $1,228,010 for “St. Louis County Children's Service Fund - Forensic Services & CFTSI (Child & Family Traumatic Stress Intervention)” by St. Louis County, Missouri.
Joel Glassman, Office of International Studies & Programs, awarded $106,156 for “GUST Liaison Office” by the Gulf University for Science and Technology.
Shelley Kerley, KWMU FM Radio, awarded $2,000 for “CITYSCAPE 2014” by the Arts and Education Council of Greater St. Louis.
Ray Mundy, Center for Transportation Studies, awarded $140,735 for “Regional University Transportation Centers Program” by Iowa State University.
David Rose, Economics, awarded $130,993 for “"Why Culture Matters Most" by the John Templeton Foundation.
Mark Tranel, Public Policy Research Centers, awarded $11,000 for “Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing State of Missouri” by the Missouri Department of Economic Development.