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Rachel Christiansen, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $37,000 for “MDMH Mental Health First Aid Training Scholarships FY21” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center, awarded $61,818 for “Early Childhood TIPS” by St. Louis County, MO.
****Erika Gibb, Physics and Astronomy, awarded $9,324 for “NASA-Missouri Space Grant Consortium” by the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
Shelley Kerley, KWMU FM Radio, awarded $43,637 for “FY21 Missouri Public Broadcasting Corporation, Special Fund” by the Missouri Arts Council.
Lynn Navin, University Child Developmental, awarded $45,000 for “Child Care Subsidy 2020-2023” by the Missouri Department of Social Services.
****Lynn Navin, Robin Kimberlin and James Shuls, University Child Developmental, awarded $132,963 for “Triton Student Parent Success: A Multi-faceted Approach to Persistence” by the US Department of Education.
**Patricia Parker, Biology, awarded $9,930 for “Nature or Nurture”: Studying the Phenotypic Distinctiveness of a Rare Endangered Species, Maple-leaf Oak” by Harvard University.
*Patricia Parker, Biology, awarded $3,000 for “The Maintenance of a Rare Species, Quercus acerifolia (Maple-leaf Oak) in the Face of Strong Gene Flow from Close Relatives” by the Society of Systematic Biologists.
****Patricia Parker, Biology, awarded $46,000 for “Microbial ecology and host genetics inform infection trends in Galapagos and Humboldt penguins” by the National Science Foundation.
Robert Paul, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $103,002 for “Evaluation, Technical Assistance and Training at SLPRC” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
***Florian Sichling, Social Work, awarded $20,000 for “Neighborhood Leadership Fellows Program” by the Deaconess Foundation.
Nancy Singer, Educ Preparation & Leadership, awarded $76,377 for “Anchoring High School Students in Real-life Issues that Integrate STEM Content and Literacy” by the National Science Foundation.
Kristin Sobolik, Marie Mora, Bettina Casad, Andrew Kersten and Matthew Taylor, VC Academic Affairs, Dean of Arts & Sciences and Department of Psychological Sciences, awarded $999,998 for “Advancing Equity for Black, Hispanic, and Other Women in STEM Academic Careers through Organizational Change at an Urban Public Research University” by the National Science Foundation.
Rachel Taube, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $192,646 for “MDMH Mental Health First Aid Aiders FY21” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
Rachel Wamser, Psychological Science and Center for Trauma Recovery, awarded $68,195 for “Project Success” by St. Louis City, MO.
Jodi Woodruff, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $39,514 for “Improving Minority Health Through Monitoring of Disparities in Medicaid Care” by the Rand Corporation.
Jodi Woodruff, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $58,579 for “Opioid Overdoses Among Medicaid Beneficiaries: Predictors, Outcomes, And State Policy Effects” by Rutgers University.
Jodi Woodruff and Benjamin Cooper, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $7,300 for “Covid-19 Prevalence Study Project” by Washington University.
*awarded in Feb 2020
**awarded in April 2020
***awarded in June 2020
****awarded in July 2020
EXTERNAL AWARDS REPORTS FOR DOWNLOAD
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