→ TOTAL AWARDED: $756,107

Awards by Sponsor Type:

Association $3,106
Corporation $9,500
Federal $5,000
Foundation $14,000
MO - Local Government $66,100
Other University $33,000
State of Missouri $625,401



Awards by Purpose:

Instruction $139,276
Other Sponsored Activity $555,331
RESBA $7,000
Research $54,500


Awards by PI(s) and Individual Project:

  • Adrian Clingher, Mathematics & Computer Science, awarded $7,000 for “K3 Surfaces of High Picard Rank” by the Simons Foundation.

  • Susan Depue, MO Institute of Mental Health, awarded $88,208 for “Partnerships for Success (Year 2)” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.

  • Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center, awarded $66,100 for “Healthy Kids Connection Project at Sigel School” by the Saint Louis Mental Health Board.

  • Ravindra Girivaru, Mathematics & Computer Science, awarded $7,000 for “Algebraic cycles and vector bundles” by the Simons Foundation.

  • Matthew Hile, MO Institute of Mental Health, awarded $368,046 for “SBIRT Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral and Treatment” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.

  • Julie Kapp, Educational Psychology, awarded $3,106 for “Boys Hope Girls Hope International” by the Boys Hope Girls Hope.

  • Shelley Kerley, KWMU FM Radio, awarded $3,425 for “Cityscape” by the Missouri Arts Council.

  • Sandra Lindquist, College of Nursing, awarded $139,276 for “Expanding the Supply of doctorally prepared nurses” by the Missouri Department of Higher Education.

  • Eric Majzoub, Physics and Astronomy, awarded $33,000 for “In situ NMR to Understand Hydrogen Storage Chemistry” by Washington University.

  • L. Douglas Smith, College of Business Administra, awarded $5,000 for “Research report utilizing FACTA 319 Accuracy Study data” by the Federal Trade Commission.

  • Terry Suhre, Art & Art History, awarded $11,890 for “Gallery 210 Exhibition Season” by the Missouri Arts Council.

  • Diane Touliatos, Center for the Humanities, awarded $14,556 for “The Monday Noon Cultural Series” by the Missouri Arts Council.

  • John Walker, Center for Nanoscience, awarded $9,500 for “Kinase inhibitor library synthesis” by Confluence Life Sciences.