Latest grants

Faculty external grants and contracts

January – April 2018

Connie Nguyen-Truong & Shelly Fritz. “Influence of Culture on Adoption of Smart Home Monitoring for Health Assistance by Asian American Adults and Older Adults.” Funded by Sigma Theta Tau Intl (Beta Psi Chapter), $2000

Christine Portfors. “Neuromodulation in the Auditory System.” Funded by NIH, $329,404

Alex Dimitrov. “ESD 112 nPower Girls project”, Funded by ESD 112, $3500

Kristin Lesseig. “Collaboration between ESD 112 and the University for the Transformative Math Assessment (TMA) grant.” Funded by ESD 112, $10,377

Paul Krouss. “21st Century 2016-2018 Professional Development Project Grant Program.” Funded by ESD 112, $5625.

Barb Sorg. “Perineuronal Nets and Cocaine-associated Memories.” Funded by NIH, $356,275.

Linda Eddy. “Service Description: WA STY-I.” Funded by WA Dept. of Social and Health Services, $27,500.

Jong Hoon Kim. “Studies on Benzenetetramine and Optimal Flow Generation for Effective DNA Sample Preparation.” Funded by Core Biosystems, $9059.

Jonah Piovia-Scott. “Research on a Lethal Fungal Pathogen of Amphibians, Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans (Bsal).” Funded Global Wildlife Conservation, $7500.

Johanna Hillen. “Federal Grant Programs and Corollary Institutional Review Board Protocols: An Analysis of Reciprocity in Policy Determination, Implementation, and Impact on Writing Studies.” Funded by the National Council of Teachers of English, $2784.

Stephen Solovitz. “Collaborative Research: Measurement of Particle Aggregation in Laboratory-scale Flows for Improved Models of Ash Fallout and Entrainment.” Funded by NSF. $99,682.

Amy Salazar. “The Academy for Family Support and Preservation.” Subcontract to University of Washington, NIH, $0990.

Marc Kramer. “Strengthening Seed Grant: Climatic Thresholds and Carbon Storage in Dryland Wheat Agroecosystems.” Funded by USDA, $149,500.

Michael Rabby. “Fort Vancouver Mobile: Spruce Mill Research and Development Expansion.” Funded by Clark County, $9500.

John Bishop. “RUI: Impacts of Insect Herbivory on the Pace and Pattern of Primary Successional Change at Mount St. Helens.” Funded by NSF, $7000.

Allison Coffin. “Development of a Novel High Throughput Zebrafish Model for the Study of Noise-induced Hearing Loss.” Funded by NIH, $154,396.

Linda Eddy. “Youth Professional Leadership Expansion.” Funded by WA Dept. of Social and Health Services, $30,000.

Kevan Moffett. “CAREER: Research and Education on Landscape, Climate, and Biophysical Controls of the Urban Water Cycle Amid Urban Warming and Global Change.” Funded by NSF, $223,397.

Louise Kaplan. “SA ARNP Survey.” Funded by the WA Center for Nursing, $10,000.


October – December 2017

Cheryl Schultz. “CCS: Long term effects of new treatments across multiple Fender’s blue butterfly sites within the West Eugene Wetlands.” Funded by Department of the Interior; $8000

Linda Eddy. “Children's BH Workforce Collaborative Statewide Certified Peer Counselor Training and Testing.” Funded by WA Dept. of Social and Health Services; $202,000.

Nancy Youlden. “SW WA MESA,” subcontract from the University of Washington; $115,000

Clay Mosher. “Clark County Department of Community Services 2016-A-14.” Funded by Clark County; $10,000

Sue Peabody. “Clark County Stories: How We Came to this Place.” Funded by Humanities WA; $5,000.

Linda Eddy. “Ombuds and QRT training.” Funded by WA Dept. of Social and Health Services; $85,000.

Leslie New. “PCOD+: Developing widely-applicable models of the population consequences of disturbance.” Funded by DOD Navy; $89,517.

Zhi Chen. “HYG Capstone Financial Support.” Funded by Hyster-Yale Group; $1,350.

Linda Eddy. “Thurston Mason Leadership Coordination.” Funded by WA Dept. of Social and Health Services; $113,000.

Hua Tan. “Integration of Gerris+ into FM3 for Multiphysics Simulation of FUJIFILM Dimatix Printheads.” Funded by Fujifilm Dimatrix Inc.; $13,000.

Nikolay Strigul. “Ecosystem Model Comparison at Multiple Scales and Sites.” Subcontract to PSU, DOD Army; $312,884.

Leslie New. “Assessing population consequences of disturbance to oceanic dolphins.” Funded by DOD Navy; $30,001.