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Kiley Bednar, Community Innovation & Action Center, awarded $11,571 for “St. Louis Mental Health Board Theory of Change Facilitation” by the Saint Louis Mental Health Board.
*Steve Bourne, Center for Behavioral Health, awarded $69,430 for “Franklin County Evaluations FY2022” by the Franklin County Children & Families Community Board.
***Lon Chubiz, Biology, awarded $220,917 for “CAREER: Biosynthesis of lipid monolayer membranes in Bacteria” by the National Science Foundation.
Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center, awarded $119,431 for “West Pine Child Assessment Center-State portion” by the Missouri Department of Social Services.
Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center, awarded $45,803 for “West Pine Child Assessment Center-Federal portion” by the Missouri Department of Social Services.
Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center, awarded $119,431 for “Weinman Child Assessment Center - State portion” by the Missouri Department of Social Services.
Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center, awarded $45,803 for “Weinman Child Assessment Center - Federal portion” by the Missouri Department of Social Services.
Karl Guenther, Research and Economic & Community Development, awarded $15,000 for “St. Louis Anchor Action Network Program Support Saint Louis Zoo” by the Saint Louis Zoo.
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.
**Sharon Johnson and Cody Ding, Social Work and Education Sciences & Professional Programs, awarded $420,000 for “Investigate the Effectiveness and Impact of the LUME Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Model” by the LUME Institute.
Erica Koegler and Annah Bender, Social Work, awarded $17,500 for “Long-Term Assistance and Services for Research (LASER) Pulse” by Purdue University.
Wendy Olivas, Biology, awarded $33,877 for “Danforth Graduate Stipend” by the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center.
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 Oliveira, Education Sciences & Professional Programs, awarded $34,975 for “Grief Counseling @ UMSL” by the Mid-America Transplant Foundation.
Robert Paul, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $73,707 for “Leadership and Operations Center (LOC), AIDS Clinical Trials Group (ACTG) Y2” by the University of California-Los Angeles.
Elizabeth Sale, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $80,000 for “MDMH-Vibrant Emotional Health’s National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 9-8-8 State Planning Grant Initiative” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
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.
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.
*Awarded May 2021
** Awarded April 2021
***Awarded Feb 2021
TOTAL AWARDED: $3,262,379
EXTERNAL AWARDS REPORTS FOR DOWNLOAD
→ FY21 Annual Report, preliminary (by department/unit, purpose,
→ FY20 Annual Report (by department/unit, purpose,