Top Sponsored Awards, July 2022

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Posted September 2, 2022 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 June 16 and July 15, 2022, as reported through NUgrant, the university’s electronic research administration system.  

Center for Science, Mathematics and Computer Education/Department of Mathematics/Social and Behavioral Science Research Consortium 
W. Smith, A. Bennett, R. Funk, T. Wonch Hill 
National Science Foundation 
Achieving Critical Transformations in Undergraduate Programs in Mathematics (ACT UP Math) 
Department of Agronomy and Horticulture 
P. Grassini 
Identifying Pathways to Mitigate the Impact of Urbanization Trends on Croplands 
Department of Biological Systems Engineering/Department of Food Science and Technology 
R. Wachs, A. Ramer-Tait 
Department of Health and Human Services-National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases 
Decoupling Mechanical and Inflammatory Stimuli in Discogenic Low Back Pain 
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering 
R. Saha 
PlantSynBio: Deciphering the Roles of Genetics and Biochemical Redundancy and Pathway Regulation via Refactoring the Protective Plant Cuticle 
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering/Department of Biological Systems Engineering/Department of Food Science and Technology/Department of Statistics/Industrial Agricultural Products Center 
C. Jin, B. Clarke, M. Wilkins 
Department of Agriculture-National Institute of Food and Agriculture 
From Agricultural Waste to Lithium-Ion Battery Anodes: Deciphering the Feedstock-Processing-Property-Performance Relationship 
Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences 
M. Van Den Broeke 
Developing a Structural, Morphological, and Microphysical Understanding of Left-moving Supercells 
Department of Educational Psychology/Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education 
K. Edwards, C. Yellow Robe 
Department of Justice-National Institute of Justice 
Indigenous-led Research on Sex Trafficking among Native Americans in the Northern Great Plains 

Department of English 
K. Price, K. McMullen 
National Historical Publications and Records Commission 
A Life in Letters: Walt Whitman’s Complete Correspondence 

Department of Physics and Astronomy 
H. Batelaan 
Coherent Electron Control 
Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film 
T. Ganser 
Shubert Foundation 
Shubert Foundation Theatre Grant 

Nebraska State Forest Service 
J. Erixson 
Department of Agriculture-Forest Service 
Deadman CAFA 
School of Biological Sciences/Department of Sociology 
K. Montooth, M. Burks, T. Wonch Hill 
RII-BEC: STEM-POWER Research Program: Empowering Students from the Start with Purpose, Ownership, and Well-being as they Engage in Research Relationships 
Supply Chain Management and Analytics 
E. Gel 
Northern Arizona University 
EpiMoRPH: A Simulation Environment for Generating Spatially-Refined Intervention Strategies for the Control of Infectious Disease 

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