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Kiley Bednar and Karl Guenther, Community Innovation & Action Center and Office of Research and Economic & Community Development, awarded $8,280 for “Midland States Bank Community Impact Investment Statement Facilitation” by Midland States Bank.
Lon Chubiz, Biology, awarded $538,971 for “CAREER: Biosynthesis of lipid monolayer membranes in Bacteria” by the National Science Foundation.
Jeffrey Noel, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $40,000 for “SAMHSA-PFH-Overdose Prevention Strategies Y3” by Preferred Family Healthcare.
Jeffrey Noel, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $170,277 for “DHHS-PFH-RPG5 Preserving Families Through Partnerships in Central Y3 (cooperative agreement 90CU0101) Missouri” by Preferred Family Healthcare.
Jeffrey Noel, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $132,630 for “DHHS RPG6 South Central MissouriY2 Cooperative Agreement 90CU0111” by Preferred Family Healthcare.
Paul Sorenson, Community Innov & Action Ctr, awarded $28,500 for “PPE Survey Infrastructure for the Regional Response Team” by the St. Louis Community Foundation.
Keith Stine, Chemistry, awarded $10,000 for “Preparation and Analysis of Samples” by Thorium Energy Alliance.
*Adriano Udani, Kiley Bednar, Matthew Taylor, and Christopher Spilling, Political Science, Community Innovation & Action Center, Arts & Sciences Dean's Office, and Office of Research and Economic & Community Development, awarded $49,986 for “SCC-CIVIC-PG Track B Strengthening Community Resiliency through Extended Reality (XR): Engaging Small, Under-Resourced Municipalities in Planning & Execution of Government” by the National Science Foundation.
Total Awarded $978,644
*awarded Jan 2021
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