Note: Beginning FY2022, awards are reported based on PeopleSoft Journal date rather than on issue date. 


Ryan Carpenter, Dept of Psychological Science, awarded $57,750 for “Using Implementation Interventions and Peer Recovery Support to Improve Opioid Treatment Outcomes in Community Supervision” by Brown University. 

Michael Cosmopoulos, Anthropology & Office of International Studies & Programs, awarded $256,965 for “The Origins of Modern States” by the National Science Foundation. 

Joel Epstein and Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center, awarded $396,148 for “Project CONTACT (Community Operations Network for Treatment After Childhood Trauma)” by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. 

Rachel Kryah, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $265,000 for “ER Enhancement FY22” by the Missouri Behavioral Health Council. 

Anita Manion and Sapna Varkey, Political Science, awarded $4,000 for “Implementing a four-day school week” by Saint Louis University. 

Lynn Navin, University Child Development, awarded $31,961 for “Triton Student Parent Success: A Multi-faceted Approach to Persistence” by the U.S. Department of Education. 

Lynn Navin and Robin Kimberlin, University Child Development Center and Student Services & Campus Life, awarded $101,002 for “Triton Student Parent Success: A Multi-faceted Approach to Persistence” by the U.S. Department of Education. 

Emily Oliveira, Education Sciences & Professional Programs, awarded $30,500 for “PONCE Health Sciences University Counselor Grad Assistant-ship” by the Ponce School of Medicine. 

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. 

Nancy Singer, Educ Preparation & Leadership, awarded $187,500 for “SLPS Teacher Residency Cohort 2” by the St. Louis Public Schools. 

Rachel Taube, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $229,646 for “MDMH Mental Health First Aid Aiders FY22” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health. 

Kimberly Werner, College of Nursing, awarded $1,000 for “2021 Gold-AACN White Coat Ceremony for Nursing” by the Arnold P. Gold Foundation, Inc. 

Tamara Wilgers, Research and Economic & Community Development, awarded $33,822 for “Enhancing Innovation, Resilience and Agility in Missouri Manufacturers” by the Economic Development Administration.  

Rachel Winograd, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $99,900 for “MIMH Block Grant Supplemental Funding for Naloxone” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health. 

Candice Woolfolk, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $9,655 for “UTA-NIH OMSS: Optimizing Management of the Second Stage of Labor Workforce” by the University of Texas-Austin. 

Total awarded $1,750,848 


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 FY2022 Awards to Date (by department/unit, purpose, and source)