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May 2017 External Awards

→ TOTAL AWARDED (May 2017): 3,267,852

→ Awards by Sponsor Type     
Association $428,801
Corporation $500,000
Federal                      $19,307
Missouri Local Government $166,459
Other University $147,937
State of Missouri                      $2,005,348
→ Awards by Funding Purpose
Other Sponsored Activity          $2,566,8580
Research $700,994
→ Awards by PI(s) and Individual Project    

Marvin Berkowitz and Melinda Bier, Ed Prep, Innovation & Research

Awarded $30,000 for “Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Center for Adolescent Health, Character and Well Being Consultation.” by the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

Steve Bourne, Psychological Services

Awarded $54,459 for “Evaluation and Diagnostic Services for Children and Youth” by the Saint Louis Mental Health Board.

Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center

Awarded $112,000 for “Comprehensive Community Mental Health Services for Children with Serious Emotional Disturbance” by the Saint Louis Mental Health Board.

Joel Glassman, Office of Int Stud & Programs

Awarded $15,000 for “Consultation & Affiliation Follow-up Agreement (MCBS)” by the Modern College of Business and Science.

Jodi Heaps, Missouri Institute of Mental Health

Awarded $500,000 for “MPCA-Health Care Home Initiative (PMPM)” by the Missouri Primary Care Association.

Paulette Isaac-Savage, VC Academic Affairs

Awarded $42,960 for “Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation” by the Harris Stowe State College.

Shelley Kerley, KWMU FM Radio

Awarded $380,051 for “Improving Diversity in Public Media Newsrooms: A Collaborative Approach” by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

Robert Marquis and Christina Baer, Biology

Awarded $19,307 for “DISSERTATION RESEARCH: Costs and benefits of shelter-building in lepidopteran caterpillars in a seasonal tropical forest” by the National Science Foundation.

Brandon Ofem, Research

Awarded $89,977 for “Stoney Brook Univ. sub on NSF Noyce” by the Research Foundation of the State University of New York.

Felix Vincenz, Missouri Institute of Mental Health

Awarded $18,750 for “Improving Value of Publicly Funded Mental Health Care” by the Rand Corporation.

Rachel Winograd, Missouri Institute of Mental Health

Awarded $2,005,348 for “State Targeted Response to the Opioid Crisis Grant” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.