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: $756,107
Awards by Sponsor Type:
|MO - Local Government||$66,100|
|State of Missouri||$625,401|
Awards by Purpose:
|Other Sponsored Activity||$555,331|
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.