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
Proposal Development Resources
→ TOTAL AWARDED: $1,128,347
→ JUNE 2013 AWARDS:
James Campbell, College of Business Administra, awarded $9,483 for “UMSL - S&T collaboration; Analysis of Carbon Emission Regulations in Supply Chains with Volatile Demand” by the Department of Transportation.
Margaret Cohen, VC Academic Affairs, awarded $500 for “UMSL's Civic Engagement Jubilee Presentation” by Missouri State University.
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 KidsFirst.
Joel Epstein, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $710,000 for “Adult Medicaid Quality” by the Missouri Department of Social Services.
Joel Epstein, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $19,278 for “TPA 14503 - 8th Annual Show Me You Care About Suicide Prevention Conference” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
Joel Epstein, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $4,662 for “MCCMHC Conference Coordination” by the Missouri Coalition of Community Mental Health Centers.
Joel Glassman, Office of International Studies & Programs, awarded $5,000 for “The International Performing Arts Series” by the Regional Arts Commision of St. Louis.
Charles Granger, Biology, awarded $2,600 for “Research and Engineering Apprenticeship Program” by the Acadent of Applied Sciences.
Kathleen Haywood and Margaret Peeno, Dean-College of Education and Art & Art History, awarded $250 for “Art Education at Ferguson-Florissant School District” by Missouri State University.
Leighanne Heisel, Communication, awarded $250 for “UMSL-COMM 3250: Communication Barriers and Children” by Missouri State University.
Hyung Kang, Mathematics & Computer Science, awarded $34,958 for “Development of video stylization techniques for movie book” by the Chung-Ang University Industry-Academic Cooperation Foundation.
Shelley Kerley, KWMU FM Radio, awarded $6,200 for “Cityscape” by the Regional Arts Commision of St. Louis.
Patricia Kopetz, Early Childhood, Elementary, TESOL & Special Ed, awarded $10,000 for “Project SEARCH High School Transition Program” by Epworth Children & Family Services.
Joseph Parks, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $140,000 for “TPA 13511 Trauma Responsiveness Project” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
Robert Paul, Psychology, awarded $24,232 for “Neurodevelopment and imaging among HIV-infected children from the PREDICT study” by the University of California - San Francisco.
Robert Ricklefs, Biology, awarded $29,105 for “The effects of complex mammalian trophic structure on emerging tick and rodent borne diseases” by the Lyme Research Alliance Inc.
Edward Riedel, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $4,378 for “2013 Needs Assessment for the St. Louis Transitional Grant Area (TGA) Ryan White Program.” by the St. Louis City Missouri Health Department.
Diane Touliatos, Center for the Humanities, awarded $4,000 for “The Monday Noon Cultural Series and Poetry and Short Story Reading Series” by the Regional Arts Commision of St. Louis.
Mark Tranel, Public Policy Research Centers, awarded $60,177 for “Research and Eval on the Beyond Housing 24:1 Initiative” by Beyond Housing.
Forrest Van Ness and Kathryn Smaistrla, UMSL Police & Environmental Health & Safety, awarded $20,000 for “A Recycling Renaissance: Reclaiming the University of Missouri - St. Louis Recycling Program’s Identity” by the St. Louis-Jefferson Solid Waste Management District.
Zhi Xu, Chemistry, awarded $34,274 for “Development of Non-Invasive Blood Glucose Detector for better Diabetes Control” by the St. Louis Medical Devices Inc.
Total Awarded $1,128,347