Top Sponsored Awards, February 2023

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Posted March 31, 2023 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, 2023, as reported through NUgrant, the university’s electronic research administration system.      

Department of Agricultural Economics 
B. Lubben 
University of Arkansas 
Ag Financial, Tax and Asset Protection Program 
Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies/Department of Educational Administration/Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders 
R. Schachter, J. Bohaty, S. Zuckerman 
Nebraska Department of Education 
Practice-Based Professional Development for Reading Project: Workshops on Reading Development Strategies 
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering/School of Computing 
D. Linzell, C. Detweiler, C. Sim, J. Zhu 
University of Nebraska-Omaha 
SMART Analytics for Critical Infrastructure inside a Resilient Data Fabric (SMART-RDF) 
Department of Educational Psychology 
K. Edwards 
University of Windsor  
Efficacy of an online evidence-based sexual assault resistance intervention for undergraduate women 
Department of English 
K. Dawes, S. Masannat 
Academic American Poets/National Book Foundation-Literary Arts Emergency Fund 
Academy of American Poets Capacity-Building Grant 

Department of History/Institute for Ethnic Studies 
W. Thomas, K. Jagodinsky, J. Jones 
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation 
U.S. Law and Race Initiative at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln  

Nebraska Water Center/Department of Biological Systems Engineering/Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences/School of Natural Resources 
C. Ray, T. Gilmore, E. Haacker, A. Mittelstet, D. Snow 
Department of Interior-U.S. Geological Survey 
Using a Coupled Surface Water/Groundwater Model Informed by Groundwater Age, Geophysics and Vadose Zone Coring to Identify Type and Placement of Management Practices to Reduce Legacy Groundwater Nitrate Concentrations  

Public Policy Center 
J. Farley, D. Bulling 
Department of Health and Human Services-Substance Abuse/Mental Health Services 
Engaging Nebraska Educators in Mental Health Awareness Training 
School of Computing 
N. Ghose 
National Science Foundation 
SaTC: CORE: Small: Towards Robust, Scalable and Resilient Radio Fingerprinting 
H. Chan 
Collaborative Research: NSF-CSIRO: Fair Sequential Collective Decision-Making 
School of Natural Resources 
J. Spurgeon, M. Pegg 
Nebraska Game and Parks Commission 
Sampling Efficiency Assessment for Silver Carp and Bighead Carp in Nebraska Mid-Order Streams and Rivers 

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