Top Awards from Public Sponsors, February 2020

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Posted April 3, 2020 by Dan Moser

The following list of awards from public entities includes all arts and humanities grants of $10,000 or more and all other grants of $200,000 or more between Jan. 16 and Feb. 15, 2020, as reported through NUgrant, the electronic research administration system for the university. 

Department of Chemistry 
J. Yesselman 
University of Michigan 
Locking HIV-1 RNA Elements into Well-defined Tertiary Structures by Rational Automated Design 
Department of Computer Science and Engineering 
M. Wolf 
National Science Foundation 
SHF: Small: System-level Design of Attack-resistant Safety-critical Systems 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering 
D. Alexander, C. Zuhlke 
U.S. Department of State 
Laser Forensics Attribution and Geolocation Studies Using 16 Elements of the Mueller Matrix as the Fingerprint 
Department of Food Science and Technology 
B. Chaves Elizondo, J. Baumert, M. Downs, B. Martinez Tellez, B. Wang 
U.S. Department of Agriculture-National Institute of Food and Agriculture 
Improving the Development of Food Safety Plans through the Advanced Preventive Controls School Initiative 
MetrExtension District/Department of Agricultural Economics 
B. McShane-Jewell, S. Falter 
U.S. Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Marketing Service 
Growing Rural Farmers Markets in Nebraska: Statewide Market Manager and Vendor Training, Promotion and Coordination 
School of Natural Resources/Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communication 
K. Pope, M. Farrell, M. Forsberg 
Nebraska Game and Parks Commission 
Wetlands of Nebraska: An Outreach and Education Project 

Department of Anthropology/Center for Digital Research in the Humanities 
H. Richards-Rissetto, K. Dalziel, G. Tunink 
National Endowment for Humanities 
Revitalizing and Enhancing the Open Source 3D WebGIS of the MayaArch3D 

Lied Center for Performing Arts 
N. Engen-Wedin 
Woods Charitable Fund 
LPS Arts for ALL 
University Libraries-Operation 
C. Riehle 
Purdue University 
Academic Librarian Curriculum Developers: Building Capacity to Integrate Information Literacy across the University (ALCD) 

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