Successful Grants

National Grants

Principal Investigator Department Funding Agency Project Title Year Awarded

Gary Zoppetti

Computer Science

National Science Foundation

GEOPOD: Geosciences Probe of Discovery

2009-2010

Dan Anna

Industry and Technology

National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health

NIOSH Training Project

2009-2010

Nanette Dietrich

Educational Foundations

National Science Foundation

Model My Watershed: Developing a Cyberlearning Application and Curricula to Enhance Interest in STEM Careers

2009-2010

Lavern Whisenton-Davidson

Biology

National Science Foundation

Building the Future: Improving Recruitment and Retention of Underrepresented and Financially Disadvantaged Science and Mathematics Students

2008-2009

Wayne Silcox

University Police

Department of Homeland Security

Commercial Equipment Direct Assistance Grant to acquire Forensic Video Evidence Enhancement, Clarification and Analysis System

2008-2009

Christina Miller

Art

Earthworks

Bringing the Power of the Artisanal Jewelry World to the Push for Responsible Mining

2008-2009

Tim Trussell

Sociology/ Anthropology

Charles Schwab Foundation

Millersville University Atlantic World Project

2008-2009

Stephanie Elzer

Computer Science

National Institute of Standards and Technology

NIST Summer Undergraduate Fellowship Program

2008-2009

Susana Nimmrichter

Foreign Languages

Goethe Institute

Goethe German Summer 2009 Institute

2008-2009

Judith Cebra-Thomas

Biology

National Science Foundation

RUI: Developmental Biology of Turtle Shell Formation

2008-2009

Patricia Hill

Chemistry

National Science Foundation

A Center for Workshops in the Chemical Sciences (CWCS) workshop entitled Chemistry of Art is to be held June 7-12, 2009 at MU

2008-2009

Patricia Hill

Chemistry

National Science Foundation

A Center for Workshops in the Chemical Sciences (CWCS) workshop entitled Chemistry of Art is to be held June 21-26, 2009 at MU

2008-2009

Kimberly Mahaffy

Sociology/ Anthropology

University of Pittsburgh,Center for Latin American Studies

Soberania Llega (Sovereignty Arrives): Understanding the Divergent Paths of the Panama Canal Zone and Puerto Rico

2008-2009

Dominique Dagit

Biology

National Science Foundation

REU Site at MU Center for Environmental Sciences: Watersheds, from River to Estuary

2008-2009

David Barry

Industry and Technology

National Science Foundation

Advanced Manufacturing Technology Education

2008-2009

Marilyn Parrish

Ganser Library

Institute of Museum and Library Science

Library Science and Technology Act Grant: Slavery and Abolition in 19th Century America

2008-2009