Kiley Bednar, Community Innovation & Action Center, awarded $13,300 for “St. Louis Older Adult Home Repair Needs-STL Senior Fund” by the St. Louis City Senior Fund.

Kiley Bednar, Community Innovation & Action Center, awarded $10,000 for “Turn the Page STL Data Supports” by Turn the Page St. Louis.

Amber Candela, Educator Preparation & Leadership, awarded $75,735 for “Practice-Driven Professional Development for Algebra Teachers” by the NSF Directorate of Education and Human Resources.

Michael Cosmopoulos, International Studies and Programs, Anthropology, awarded $38,037 for “The rise of states in early Greece: Iklaina and the formation of Mycenaean states” by the Archaeological Institute of America.

Alexei Demchenko, Chemistry, awarded $34,574 for “Automation of the chemical synthesis of human milk oligosaccharides” by the National Institutes of Health.

Aimee Dunlap, Biology, awarded $850 for “The Effects of Landscape on Homing Behavior in Bombus Impatiens” by the Missouri Botanical Gardens.

Beth Huebner, Criminology & Criminal Justice, awarded $1,310,000 for “MacArthur Safety and Justice Sustainability Grant” by the John and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.

**Haitao Li, Research, awarded $75,152 for “The Economics and Optimal Design of Missouri Indoor Farming Supply Chains” by the Missouri Agricultural and Small Business Development Authority.

*James O'Brien, Chemistry, awarded $320,000 for “Collaborative Research: Spectroscopy of Metal-Containing Diatomics and Electronic Field Shift Effects” by the National Science Foundation.

Lee Slocum, Criminology & Criminal Justice, awarded $10,904 for “Community -Based Crime Reduction Grant” by Beyond Housing.

Natissia Small, Access and Academic Support, awarded $20,000 for “The Missouri Scholarship & Loan Foundation (MSLF):  Racial Equity Initiative Grant” by the Missouri Scholarship and Loan Foundation.

Paul Sorenson, Community Innovation & Action Center, awarded $5,000 for “The Coro Fellows Program at UMSL - Relaunch” by the Lutheran Foundation of St. Louis.

Xuemin Wang, Biology, awarded $317,939 for “Unraveling the molecular connections that link circadian rhythms and lipid metabolism” by the National Institutes of Health.

Total Awarded $2,231,491

*awarded July 2020
**awarded February 2021
 

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

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