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


Steve Bourne, Center for Behavioral Health, awarded $251,597 for “Psychological Evals for St Louis City Children MHB 18/21” by the Saint Louis Mental Health Board. 

Steve Bourne, Center for Behavioral Health, awarded $49,000 for “Psychological Evaluations for Bridgeton Residents FY2 0” by the St. Louis Community Foundation.  

Steve Bourne, Center for Behavioral Health, awarded $69,430 for “Franklin County Evaluations FY2022” by the Franklin County Children & Families Community Board. 

Steve Bourne, Center for Behavioral Health, awarded $5,427 for “Franklin County Evaluations 2021 One Time Funding” by the Franklin County Children & Families Community Board. 

Susan Depue, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $526,525 for “MDMH-Prevention Resource Center Technical Assistance Y6” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health. 

Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center, awarded $427,580 for “TISC: Trauma Informed System of Care” by the Saint Louis Mental Health Board. 

Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center, awarded $104,229 for “CBITS: Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools” by the Saint Louis Mental Health Board. 

Erika Gibb, Physics and Astronomy, awarded $44,780 for “NASA Missouri Space Grant Consortium” by the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. 

Kelly Gregory, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $8,316 for “MDMH Ongoing Maintenance for Online Functional Ability Assessment Tool FY21” by the MO Department of Mental Health.  

Stephen Holmes, Chemistry, awarded $39,000 for “Design and Characterization of Late Transition Metal Complexes and Single-Molecule Magnets” by the National Science Foundation. 

Beth Huebner and Lee Slocum, Criminology & Criminal Justice, awarded $127,995 for “Examining the Impacts of Probation Violation Strategies on Jail Reduction Efforts” by the City University of New York. 

Erica Koegler and Annah Bender, Social Work, awarded $17,500 for “Long-Term Assistance and Services for Research (LASER) Pulse” by the Purdue University. 

Wendy Olivas and Eva Colberg, Biology, awarded $1,500 for “Effects of prescribed burning on ant mediated seed dispersal” by the Botanical Society of America. 

Emily Kathryn Oliveira, Education Sciences & Professional Programs, awarded $34,975 for “Grief Counseling @ UMSL” by the Mid-America Transplant Foundation. 

Kristin Sobolik, Bettina Casad, and Marie Mora, VC Academic Affairs and Department of Psychological Sciences, awarded $9,068 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. 

Paul Sorenson, Community Innovation & Action Center, awarded $14,630 for “PPE Survey Infrastructure for the Regional Response Team” by the St. Louis Community Foundation. 

Roxanne Vandermause, College of Nursing, awarded $1,500,000 for “University of Missouri - St. Louis Nursing Learning Resource and Simulation Center” by the Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development. 

Rachel Winograd, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $10,383 for “Increasing use of medication-assisted treatment to address opioid use among patients with bacterial and fungal infections related to injection – Counties with a High Population of Rural Residents” by Washington University.  

Rachel Winograd, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $5,193 for “Increasing use of medication-assisted treatment to address opioid use among patients with bacterial and fungal infections related to injection – regions with the highest rates of non-prescription OPIOID overdose death” by Washington University. 

Jodi Woodruff, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $64,515 for “CMHC-Health Care Home Initiative (PMPM)” by the Missouri Behavioral Health Council. 

Jodi Woodruff, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $142,968 for “SAMHSA OZARK Center Recovery Up” by the Ozark Center.  

Jodi Woodruff, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $182,471 for “SAMHSA-Ozark Center Urgent Behavior Solution” by the Ozark Center. 


EXTERNAL AWARDS REPORTS FOR DOWNLOAD

 FY21 Annual Report (by department/unit, purpose, and source)