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Top Sponsored Awards, October 2021

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Posted December 3, 2021 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 Sept. 16 and Oct. 15, 2021, as reported through NUgrant, the university’s electronic research administration system.    

Dean’s Office, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources  
T. Heng-Moss 
$661,327 
Various Associations/Foundations 
Next Generation of Black And Hispanic Farmers 
 
Dean’s Office, College of Law 
J. Shoemaker 
$200,000 
Carnegie Corporation of New York 
Remaking a Land of Opportunity: America’s Rural Future 
 
Department of Agronomy and Horticulture/Department of Biological Systems Engineering 
J. Schnable, Y. Shi 
$264,581 
U.S. Department of Agriculture-National Institute of Food and Agriculture 
CPS: Medium: Field-Scale, Single Plant-Resolution Agricultural Management using Coupled Molecular and Macro Sensing and Multi-Scale Data Fusion and Modeling 
 
Department of Agronomy and Horticulture/Department of Agricultural Economics/School of Natural Resources/West Central Research and Extension Center 
D. Redfearn, A. Little, J. Parsons, J. Peterson 
$3,200,000 
U.S. Department of Energy-Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy 
EXCHANGE: Expanding the Conversion of Habitat in the Northern Great Plains Ecosystem 
 
Department of Agronomy and Horticulture/School of Computing/Panhandle Research and Extension Center 
A. Basche, C. Creech, A. Easterly, M. Kaiser, K. Koehler-Cole, B. Maharjan, D. Redfearn, H. Yu 
$1,049,500 
USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service 
Cover Crop Initiative: A Collaborative Project to Advance Knowledge and Utilization of Cover Crops for Conservation Measures in Nebraska 
 
Department of Biological Systems Engineering/Dean’s Office for Cooperative Extension/Department of Agricultural Economics/Department of Agronomy and Horticulture/Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center/Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Institute/School of Biological Sciences/School of Natural Resources/Nebraska Water Center 
J. Luck, T. Awada, A. Basche, H. Blanco, R. Drijber, Y. Ge, J. Iqbal, M. Kaiser, A. Little, R. Mahmood, T. Mieno, C. Neale, S. Pitla, L. Puntel, Y. Shi, D. Snow, A. Suyker, L. Thompson, K. Weber 
$442,800 
USDA-Agricultural Research Service 
Nitrogen Research for Agriculture Transformation and Enhancement 

Department of Chemistry 
C. Eichhorn 
$1,845,838 
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services-National Institute of General Medical Sciences 
Structural Dynamics of Regulatory RNAs and Ribonucleoproteins 
 
Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies/Dean’s Office for Cooperative Extension/Department of Educational Psychology/Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center/Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools 
H. Hatton-Bowers, C. Clark, J. Foged, L. Knoche, S. Sheridan, L. Wheeler 
$250,000 
DHHS-Administration for Children and Families 
Cultivating Healthy Intentional Mindful Educators (CHIME): Evaluating the Use of Mindfulness and Compassion to Promote Early Head Start/Head Start Education Staffs’ Well-Being 
 
Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences 
D. Harwood 
$757,689 
National Science Foundation 
Sensitivity of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet to 2o Celsius (SWAIS 2C) 
 
Department of Nutrition and Health Sciences 
M. Hopkins, A. Brown 
$500,000 
Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services 
National Early Childhood Program Accreditation American Rescue Plan 
 
School of Biological Sciences 
Q. Li 
$356,068 
Boston College 
Effects of CSF1R Blockade on Repopulation of Simian Immunodeficiency Virus Reservoirs from the Central Nervous System to the Periphery after Antiretroviral Therapy Interruption 
 
School of Natural Resources 
S. Thomas 
$267,094 
Northern Arizona University 
MTM 2: Discovering in reverse using isotopic translation of omics to reveal ecological interactions in microbiomes. 


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