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November 2016 External Awards

→ TOTAL AWARDED (November 2016): $1,420,648

→ Awards by Sponsor Type     
Association $578,424
Corporation $1,072
Federal                      $335,892
Foundation $118,751
MO Local Government $77,804
Other University $64,954
State of Missouri                      $243,751
→ Awards by Funding Purpose
Instruction $149,548
Other Sponsored Activities         $1,133,712
Research $137,288
→ Awards by PI(s) and Individual Project    

Marvin Berkowitz and Melinda Bier, Educational Psychology

Awarded $118,751 for “Building the capacity, quality and readership-base of the Journal of Character Education (JCE)” by the John Templeton Foundation.

Michael Hayes, Office of Research Administration

Awarded $1,072 for “Compound Synthesis” by Emmyon Inc.

Beth Huebner, Criminology & Criminal Justice

Awarded $64,954 for “Multi-site Study of Monetary Sanctions” by the University of Washington.

Andrew Hurley, History

Awarded $60,362 for “The Missouri Transect: Climate, Plants, and Community” by the National Science Foundation.

Shelley Kerley, KWMU FM Radio

Awarded $135,638 for “Radio Community Service Grant Agreement - FY2017 Restricted” by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

Shelley Kerley, KWMU FM Radio

Awarded $384,644 for “Radio Community Service Grant Agreement- FY2017 Unrestricted” by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Roberta Lavin, College of Nursing Awarded $149,548 for “Nursing Education Incentive Program 2016” by the Missouri Department of Higher Education.
Nathan Muchhala and Laura Lagomarsino, Biology Awarded $1,000 for “Ernst Mayr Award” by the Society of Systematic Biologists.
Joseph Pickard and Sharon Johnson, Social Work Awarded $275,530 for “Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Health Professions Student Training – An Inter-University Collaboration” by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
Edward Riedel, Missouri Institute of Mental Health Awarded $77,804 for “System of Care Workforce Development” by the Saint Louis Mental Health Board.
Edward Riedel, Missouri Institute of Mental Health Awarded $47,142 for “Behavioral Health Network Evaluation” by the Behavioral Health Network of Greater St. Louis.
Nancy Singer, Ed Prep, Innovation & Research Awarded $94,203 for “STEM-Based Literacy: A Statewide Initiative Improving Teacher Quality (ITQG) Grant Cycle 14 with MU” by the Missouri Department of Higher Education.
Mark Tranel, Public Policy Research Centers Awarded $10,000 for “SPECA Challenge Grant evaluation” by the Missouri Botanical Gardens.