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External Research Grants since 2007 (listed by initial year of award)
2017

National Science Foundation, (Foster, Weatherspoon, Vannocker, Urquhart, Siegford, Shipman, Schumacher, Roth, Ording, Millenbah, Lucas), Careers in Food, Energy, and the Environment - an Interdisciplinary Approach [2017 -2021] $999,983

National Science Foundation, (Moran, Urquhart, Pokhrel, Mueller, Moore, Lu, Lopez, Hyndman), INFEWS/T3: Rethinking Dams: Innovative Hydropower Solutions to Achieve Sustainable Food and Energy Production, and Sustainable Communities [2017 -2020] $1,135,923

Michigan State University Science and Society at State Collaborative Grant Award, (Nair, Sawtelle, Record), Vital Signs: Bridging and Democratizing Physics [2017 -2017] $10,000

Michigan State University Science and Society at State Collaborative Grant Award, (Halpern, Cass, Record, Wigner, Hendrickson), Future Design Studio [2017 -2017] $10,000


2016

National Security Agency, (Bell, Zeleke, Xiao, Wang, Schenker, Gerhardt), The Summer Undergraduate Research Institute in Experimental Mathematics (SURIEM) [2016 -2017] $85,109

National Science Foundation, (Bell, Zeleke, Gerhardt), REU in Discrete and Applied Mathematics [2016 -2019] $287,199

National Science Foundation, (Sweeder, Valles, Shipman, Largent, Cass), SPRING 3: Scholarship Program for Retaining, Inspiring, and eNabling Graduates [2016 -2021] $649,279

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, (Cheruvelil), Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Fellowship Program - N.Skaff [2016 -2019] $51,000

National Science Foundation, (Soranno, Zhou, Tan, Cheruvelil), Collaborative Proposal: MSB-FRA: A Macrosystems Framework for Continental-Scale Prediction and Understanding of Lakes [2016 -2021] $2,041,750

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, (Lahr), Nanochromatography Monitoring of Urine Fertilizers [2016 -2017] $15,000

National Science Foundation, (McCright, Chambers), Doctoral Dissertation Research: African Diaspora Collective Action: Rituals, Runaways and the Haitian Revolution [2016 -2017] $11,999

National Science Foundation, (White, Sawtelle, Valles, Smith, Lahr), Designing, Developing and Assessing a Module-Basted System of Interdisciplinary Education [2016 -2020] $1,181,214

Michigan State University Science and Society at State Collaborative Grant Award, (Fingal, Fine, Lahr, Louie, Pauly, Tetreault), Youth at Risk: Understanding Controversies Related to Children, Environment, and Scientific Research [2016 -2016] $10,000

Michigan State University Science and Society at State Collaborative Grant Award, (Cabrera Trujillo, Bluhm, Reimers), Psychiatric Interventions: Values and Public Attitudes [2016 -2016] $10,000

Michigan State University Science and Society at State Collaborative Grant Award, (White, Stroupe, Caballero), Learning Science by Doing Science: Project Based Learning through Urban Entomology [2016 -2016] $10,000

Michigan State University Science and Society at State Collaborative Grant Award, (Latimore, Burroughs, Cheruvelil, Dreelin, Halpern, Nichols), Innovations in Science Communication and Engagement: Exploring How Better Training Can Improve Outcomes for Science and Society [2016 -2016] $10,000


2015

Michigan State University Environmental Science and Policy Program-AgBioResearch Interdisciplinary Team Building Initiative, (PI: Sean Valles. Co-PIs: Kevin C. Elliott, Mark A. Largent, and Aaron M. McCright), Testing Communication Tactics for Overcoming Skepticism [2015 -2016] $6,830

Michigan State University Science and Society at State Collaborative Grant Award, (PI: Patricia Soranno, Co-PIs: Kendra Spence Cheruvelil, Kevin Elliott, Georgina Montgomery, Pang-Ning Tan), Conceptions of Good Science in a Data-Rich World [2015 -2016] $10,000

National Security Agency,, (Zeleke, Bell, Gerhardt, Xiao, Wang ), The Summer Undergraduate Research Institute in Experimental Mathematics (SURIEM) [2015 -2016] $84,194

Course Weaver Corporation, (Kortemeyer, Raeburn), MSU LON CAPA Support, Maintenance, and Research Agreement [2015 -2015] $176,545

National Science Foundation, (Williams, Wake, Whyte), Knowledge from the Margins [2015 -2016] $25,000

Michigan State University Science and Society at State Collaborative Grant Award, (Menchik), Patient Adherence and Hospital Readmission After Orthopedic Surgery [2015 -2015] $6,000

Michigan State University Science and Society at State Collaborative Grant Award, (White, Sawtelle, Valles, Wang, Fingal), Designing, Developing and Assessing a Module-Based System of Interdisciplinary Education [2015 -2015] $10,000

Michigan State University Science and Society at State Collaborative Grant Award,, (Waddell, Jordan, Breedlove, Wake, Fick), From the Asylum to the Lab Bench: Fostering LGBTQ Inclusion in STEM Disciplines Today [2015 -2015] $10,000

Michigan State University Science and Society at State Collaborative Grant Award, (El-Rayes, Chatti, Largent, Craig), Engineering Ethics in Tunisia [2015 -2015] $10,000

Michigan State University Science and Society at State Collaborative Grant Award, (Elliott, Besley, Kaminski, Martin, Murphy, McCright), Promoting Quality and Trust in Industry-Funded Research [2015 -2015] $10,000

Michigan State University Science and Society at State Collaborative Grant Award, (Colaresi, Verboncoeur, Largent), Using STAR METRICS to Understand and Improve Grant Competitiveness in Engineering [2015 -2015] $10,000


2014

National Science Foundation, (Elliott, Cheruvelil, Montgomery, Settles, Soranno), Ethical Standards and Practices of Environmental Scientists: Does Team Diversity Matter? [2014 -2019] $600,000

National Science Foundation, (LaDuca, Swain), REU Site: Cross-Disciplinary Training in Sustainable Chemistry and Chemical Processes [2014 -2017] $270,000

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Education, (Pennock, LaDuca, Chivukula, Krajcik, Urban-Lurain), LEVERS: Leveraging Engagement and Vision to Encourage Retention in STEM [2014 -2019] $1,500,000

National Science Foundation, (Smith, Pennock, Lenski, Ofria, Mead), Active LENS: Learning Evolution and the Nature of Science using Evolution in Action [2014 -2017] $2,997,091

National Science Foundation, (Waller), Psychometrics and Self-Fulfilling Prophecies: Reconstructing Debates about Intelligence and Educational Opportunity in Post-WWII United States [2014 -2015] $14,974

Dow Foundation Herbert and Grace Research Grant, (Simmons, Renn, Chivukula, Urban-Lurain), Launching, Accelerating, and Multiplying STEM Students for Michigan: The Michigan State University STEM Success Program [2014 -2017] $2,500,000

Michigan State University Environmental Science and Policy Program-AgBioResearch Interdisciplinary Team Building Initiative, (PI: Aaron M. McCright. Co-PIs: Thomas Dietz, Julie Libarkin, Robert B. Richardson, and Bruno Takahashi), Advancing MSU Expertise in Environmental Decision-Making [2014 -2016] $9,700

Science, Technology, & Society Grant, National Science Foundation, (PI: Logan Williams. Co-PIs: Naoko Wake, Kyle Whyte, Shobita Parthasarathy), Knowledge From the Margins Conference [2014 -2015] $25,000

National Science Foundation, (R. Sekhar Chivukula, Elizabeth Simmons), Electroweak Symmetry Breaking and Physics Beyond the Standard Model [2014 -2016] $170,000


2013

National Security Agency, (Zeleke, Bell, Gerhardt), Summer Undergraduate Research Institute in Experimental Mathematics (SURIEM) [2013 -2015] $186,854

University of Cambridge, (Bellon), The Virtues of Evolutionary Research: Moral Behavior at the Intersection of Science and Religion [2013 -2013] $56,820

National Aeronautics and Space Administration, (O'Shea), Unlocking the secrets of absorption line complexes in the intergalactic medium [2013 -2014] $59,890

National Science Foundation , (Valles, O’Rourke, Whyte, Dietz), Collaborative Research: Values and Policy in Interdisciplinary Environmental Science: A Dialogue-based Framework for Ethics Education [2013 -2016] $196,759

Central Association of Advisors for the Health Professions, Inc. , (Sweeder), Analyzing Student Performance on the MCAT to Enhance Premedical Student Advising [2013 -2013] $500

Nagasaki National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims Research Grant, (Naoko Wake), Hiroshima/Nagasaki Beyond the Ocean [2013 -2015] $5,000


2012

National Science Foundation Research Grant, (Gerhardt), Algebraic K-Theory and Equivariant Homotopy Theory [2012 -2017] $405,230

National Science Foundation S-STEM Grant, (Millenbah, LaDuca, Shipman, Sweeder and Zeleke), Science Scholarship Program at Lyman Briggs College Phase 2 [2012 -2016] $599,834

IREX - United States Department of State, (Upda, Gass, Prestel, Millenbah, Murphy, Strong), Iraq University Linkage Program: Collaborations in Higher Education between Michigan State University and University of Duhok, Iraq [2012 -2014] $1,000,000

John Templeton Foundation, (Pennock), The Scientific Virtues: Planning Grant for a National Survey of the Ethical Perceptions of Scientific Leaders [2012 -2012] $99,765

NASA, (O'Shea), Modeling Multi-wavelength Observations of Galaxy Clusters with Adaptive Mesh Refinement Cosmological Simulations [2012 -2015] $530,121

National Science Foundation, (O'Shea), Collaborative Research: Software Institute for Methodologies and Abstractions for HPC Simulation Codes on Future Architectures [2012 -2013] $9,218

U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, (Murphy), Cell-Free Neurochemical Screening Assays to predict Adverse Effects in Mammals, Fish, and Birds [2012 -2015] $201,811

Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund, (Urquhart), Nicaragua Baird's Tapir Conservation Initiative [2012 -2014] $25,000

U.S. Geological Survey, (Bartholic, Wolfson, Cheruvelil, Gasteyer), 2012 Annual NIWR USGS Project [2012 -2016] $92,335

MSU-HARP-Development Research Grant, (Bellon), Patience and Panoramas: the Moral Status of Inductive Science in Victorian Britain [2012 -2014] $22,161

Huron River Watershed Council , (Cheruvelil, Soranno), Revision, update, and validation of the lake-specific model for establishing expected nutrient conditions in Michigan lakes [2012 -2014] $116,965

National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Grant, (Montgomery), Creating Amboseli National Park: Contesting Maasai Pastoralism and Saving Wildlife in Kenya [2012 -2013] $17,924

Northeast Asia Council of the Association for Asian Studies Research Grant, (Naoko Wake), Bombing Americans: Gender and Trans-Pacific Remembering after World War II [2012 -2013] $2,000


2011

National Science Foundation Macrosystems Program, (Soranno, Cheruvelil, Tang, Stanley, Lottig, Downing), The Effects of Cross-scale Interactions on Freshwater Ecosystem State across Space and Time [2011 -2013] $1,310,583

National Science Foundation TUES Grant, (Smith, Heidemann, Urquhart, Murphy, Williams), Integrative Case Studies in Evolution Education [2011 -2013] $199,797

National Science Foundation, Division of Mathematial Sciences, (Bell, Zeleke), REU Site in Applied & Discrete Mathematics [2011 -2013] $275,406

National Security Agency, (Bell, Zeleke), Summer Undergraduate Research Institute in Experimental Mathematics [2011 -2013] $88,578

National Science Foundation, (PI: Aaron M. McCright. Co-PIs: Thomas M. Dietz. Larry Hembroff, Sandra Marquart-Pyatt, Maria Isabel Ayala, Jiaguo Qi, and Derek Moy), National Environmental and Climate Change Survey [2011 -2011] $49,870

Los Alamos National Laboratory, (O'Shea), IGPP: Tracing the History of Galaxy Formation [2011 -2015] $54,983

U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, (Murphy, Faisal), The Use of Sensitive Serological Assays for Determining the Distribution of Viral Hemmorahagic Septicemia Virus (VHSV) in the Great Lakes [2011 -2013] $245,134

Michigan State University Discretionary Funding Initiative, (PI: Thomas M. Dietz. Co-PI: Aaron M. McCright), National Environmental and Climate Change Survey Workshop [2011 -2012] $36,578

NSF-CCLI (Phase II), (Seeder, Luckie, Bellon, Simmons), BRAID 2.0: Bringing Relationships Alive through Interdisciplinary Discourse [2011 -2015] $249,959


2010

National Science Foundation, (Goodman, Pennock, Ofria, Lenski, Holekamp, Getty, Cheng, McKinley), BEACON: An NSF Science & Technology Center for the Study of Evolution in Action [2010 - 2015] $25,000,000

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, (Murphy, Basu, Carvan, Goetz, Head), Scaling the Subtle Eeffects of MeHg to Perch Population Dynamics [2010 - 2011] $498,435

Great Lakes Fisheries Commission, (Murphy, Goetz, Sitar, Bergstedt), Estimating The Sublethal Effects Of Lamprey Parasitism On Lipid Allocation, Reproduction And Population Dynamics Of Lake Trout [2010 - 2020] $108,804

U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, (Faisal, Fitzgerald, Whelan, Murphy), Formulating a Vision for Fish Health Management in Fishery Conservation: Bridging Knowledge Gaps [2010 - 2012] $480,934

National Science Foundation, (Sweeder, Luckie, Bellon, Simmons), BRAID 2.0: Bringing Relationships Alive through Interdisciplinary Discourse [2010 - 2014] $249,959

National Science Foundation Research Grant, (Simmons, Chivukula), QCD, Electroweak Symmetry Breaking and Physics Beyond the Standard Model [2010 - 2015] $1,000,000

National Security Agency, (Zeleke, Bell, Dougherty), Summer Undergraduate Research Institute in Experimental Mathematics (SURIEM) [2010 - 2011] $87,199

Los Alamos National Laboratory, (O'Shea), Tracing the History of Galaxy Formation [2010 - 2010] $162,600

U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, (Murphy), Scaling the Subtle Effects of MeHg to Perch Populations Dynamics [2010 - 2013] $15,000

Society for the Study of Evolution, (Smith), Science Supper: Bringing Together mid-Michigan High School Biology Teachers and Michigan State University Evolution Researchers and Educators [2010 - 2010] $800


2009

Pennsylvania Cystic Fibrosis Inc. Foundation, (Luckie), Chemical Chaperone Studies of CFTR Function in Airway Epithelia [2009 - 2012] $5,500

NASA ATFP Program, (O'Shea), The Astrophysics of Galaxy Clusters: the Effect of Nonthermal Baryonic Processes on Cluster Observables [2009 - 2011] $238,989

National Science Foundation S-STEM Grant, (Sweeder, Strong, Golding, Shipman), Science Scholarship Program at Lyman Briggs College [2009 - 2013] $600,000

National Science Foundation, (O'Shea), Formation of the First Galaxies: Predictions for the Next Generation of Observatories Cosmology, Astrophysics, Galaxy Formation, Supercomputing [2009 - 2011] $40,000

U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, (Murphy, Faisal), Development of Non-lethal Sampling Method for Disease Detection [2009 - 2011] $112,000

National Science Foundation, (O'Shea, Pratt, Zhong), CDI-Type II Proposal-From Models and Data to Knowledge and Understanding [2009 - 2013] $1,800,000


2008

National Science Foundation, (Kramer, Urquhart, McCright, Allen, Qi), The Connection of Remote Communities: Environmental Effects [2008 - 2013] $1,057,121

American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund, (LaDuca), Synthesis, Structural Determination, and Physicochemical Property Studies of Novel Coordination Polymers Incorporating Kinked and Hydrogen-Bonding Capable Bifunctional Organodiimin [2008 - 2011] $69,200

U.S. Geological Survey, (Bartholic, Wolfson, Beecher, Seedang, Thompson, Kramer, Cheruvelil, Norris), USGS Natural Resources Integrated Information System [2008] $92,335


2007

National Science Foundation, (Libarkin, Kortemeyer), Collaborative Research: Community development of an expanded Geoscience Concept Inventory: A webcenter for question generation, validation and online testing [2007 -2011] $333,048

National Science Foundation, (Kevin Elliott, Co-PI), NIRT: Intuitive Toxicology and Public Engagement [2007 -2012] $1,399,258