Grant awardees

For fiscal year June 1, 2010 – May 31, 2011
Note: This list represents awards received this fiscal year. Some proposals might have been submitted in a previous fiscal year.

Dr. John Day
Awarded $2,256,250 from the Ohio Board of Regents for the Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellows Program; July 2010

Dr. Jeanne Colleran
Awarded $236,000 from the McGregor Fund for the project “Engaging the World: Educating for Contemporary Global Citizenship” to develop an integrated, interdisciplinary curriculum incorporating global studies; Spring, 2011.

Dr. Jeff Dyck, Physics
Awarded $23,750 from the National Science Foundation through fiscal agent Case Western Reserve University for year one of the project “Fundamental Studies of Novel Nitride Semiconductors;” July 2010

Dr. Lauren Bowen, Academic Vice President’s Office
Awarded $9,500 from the Dominion Educational Partnership in support of ¿Project Qué?; August 2010

Dr. Peggy Finucane, Center for Services and Social Action
Awarded $6,400 from the Ignatian Volunteer Corps for volunteer services to work with the “We the People” program; August 2010
Awarded $20,400 from AmeriCorps VISTA through the Ohio Campus Compact for three volunteers to work with the CSSA; August 2010

Dr. Richard Hansler, Physics
Awarded $30,000 from NASA though fiscal agent Energy Focus, Inc.; August 2010

Carol Paull, Institute for Educational Renewal
Awarded $16,000 from the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation; 2010

Dr. Jeff Johansen, Biology
Awarded $32,321 from Independence Bio- Products Development, LLC; September 2010

Linda Gojak, CMSETT
Awarded $189,200 from the National Science Foundation through fiscal agent the Cleveland Metropolitan School District for the multi-institutional project “Cleveland Mathematics and Science Partnership”; November 2010.

Dr. Paula Britton, Education & Allied Studies
Awarded a $1,500 SEARCH Program grant from the Ohio Department of Mental Health with funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for student internship; January 2011.

Dr. Jerry Moreno, CMSETT
Awarded a $9,520 grant from the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation on “Common Core Data Analysis & Probability;” March 2011.

Dr. Pamela Mason, East Asian Studies
Awarded $3,000 from the Mitsui Foundation for the 2011 Mitsui Distinguished Lecture; April 2011.
Awarded an initial operations funds grant of $10,000 from the Confucius Institute Headquarters (Hanban) through fiscal agent the University of Pittsburgh for the John Carroll Confucius Classroom Project; May 2011.

Dr. Jerry Weinstein & Dr. Robert Bloom, Accountancy
Awarded a $10,000 grant from PricewaterhouseCoopers for a feasibility study of a joint accounting/finance program; May 2011.

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