Awards: June 2018

During the month of June 2018, faculty and staff at the University of Oregon received 34 new awards totaling more than $21.6 million in support of research activities.*

For more information about awards to the UO, please visit our statistics page or review all monthly award reports.

June New Awards

Last Name First Name Project Department Source Length of Award (years) Total Budget
Bruce Josh Clackamas County Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan Update (cash match to PDM'16 grant 2413Y0) DSGN Community Service Center Clackamas County 1 12,500
Ernst Cheryl Study of the U.S. Institutes for Scholars (SUSIs), Summer 2018 American English Institute U.S. Department of State (DOS) via FHI 360 1 170,331
Farr Ben Gravitational Wave Astrophysics in the High Event Rate Regime High Energy Physics, Center for National Science Foundation 3.00 150,000
Fisher Philip FIND-Shelter Planning & Development Prevention Sci Inst Operations Robin Hood Foundation 1.00 135,000
Ginart Lourdes Pruitt Minority Fellowship Geography, Department of Society of Woman Geographers (SWG) 1.00 3,690
Giuliani Nicole Unique contributions of parent and child self-regulation, parenting, and environmental stress to school readiness in preschoolers Prevention Sci Inst Operations Society for the Study of School Psychology 1.00 20,000
Hess Jennifer Community of Practice and Safety Support for personal support workers Adaptation (COMPASS) Labor Education & Research Center State of Oregon via Oregon Health and Science University 1.00 8,924
Huck Kevin RAPIDS: a SciDAC Institute for Resource and ApplicationProductivity through computation, Information, and Data Science Oregon Advanced Computing Institute for Science & Society U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) 3 744,036
Jasti Ramesh Synthetic Methods to Access Aromatic Molecular Belts Materials Science Institute (Chemistry) National Science Foundation 3.00 450,000
Kentros Cliff Kavli: Subaward with the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology Neuroscience, Institute of The Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience 1 295,000
Kuhl Brice Parietal memory representations as a window into hippocampal learning Psychology, Department of National Institutes of Health (NIH) 5.00 1,586,149
LeMenager Stephanie To Speak of Common Places: A People's History of Oregon's Public Lands English, Department of American Council of Learned Societies 2.00 81,000
Lovering Andrew Is blood flow through intrapulmonary arteriovenous anastomoses and patent foramen ovale related to breath-hold induced pulmonary hypertension? Human Physiology Burroughs Welcome Fund 2 10,000
McIntosh Kent Identifying Factors Predicting Implementation and Sustainability of Tier 2 and 3 Behavior Support Systems Educational and Community Supports U.S. Department of Education (USDE) 4.00 1,399,970
Napolitano Matthew First colonization of the land of stone money: Archaeological investigations on the remote island of Yap, western Micronesia[National Geographic Standard Explorer Grant] Anthropology, Department of National Geographic Society 1 29,846
Opp-Beckman Leslie Earn Your ACE Argentina American English Institute U.S. Department of State (DOS) 2 75,123
Powell Laurie Oregon's Traumatic Brain Injury State Partnership Program Mentor State Brain Injury Research Training, Center On U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) 3.00 897,043
Rosenberg Daniel Data: A Quantitative History (ACLS Fellowship) Clark Honors College American Council of Learned Societies 1.00 70,000
Schlossberg Marc Educate the Educators: Diffusing the SCYP University-Community Partnership Model - Year 2 Sustainable Cities Initiative U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) via Portland State University 1.00 23,500
Schlossberg Marc NITC UO Student Scholars Program (year 7) Sustainable Cities Initiative U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) via Portland State University 2.00 45,000
Schlossberg Marc NITC UO Executive Committee Member (year 7) Sustainable Cities Initiative U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) via Portland State University 2.00 25,000
Schlossberg Marc NITC LiveMove Student Group& Visiting Scholar Support-Year 7 Sustainable Cities Initiative U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) via Portland State University 2.00 30,000
Sheehan Kim IS MISSION DRIVEN MORE MOTIVATING THAN PROFIT DRIVEN? AN EXAMINATION OF BIKE SHARING PROGRAMS Journalism and Communication, School of Pennsylvania State University, The 1 1,270
Stankunas Kryn Transpositional scaling and niche transitions restore organ size and shape during zebrafish fin regeneration Molecular Biology, Institute of National Institutes of Health (NIH) 4.00 1,464,360
Stormshak Beth Family-Centered Intervention in Schools to Reduce Social and Behavioral Problems From Early Elementary School to Adolescence Prevention Sci Inst Operations U.S. Department of Education (USDE) 5.00 3,299,983
Sventek Joe Operate Ripple Validator Computer & Information Science, Department of Ripple, Inc. 3.00 25,000
Thomas Amanda Using large N to better understand slow earthquake processes CAS Earth Sciences, Department of (formerly Geological Science) U.S. Geological Survey 1 100,470
Todahl Jeffrey Supporting the implementation of child abuse prevention strategies in the five rural regions of 90by30 from 2018 ? 2021. Prevention of Abuse and Neglect, Center for Ford Family Foundation 3.00 675,000
Van Den Wymelenberg Kevin Dyson - Publish Monitored Spectral Power Distribution Data, Phase 1CTask Order #2 (M0162) DSGN Energy Studies Building Lab Dyson Corporation, The 1 9,736
Wachter Claire Virtual Piano Master Course Music, School of Oregon Community Foundation via University of Oregon Foundation 1.00 40,000
Walker Ashley Interaction of large artery stiffness and amyloid-? on cerebral blood flow. Human Physiology Oregon Health and Science University 1 20,000
Watson Mark Korean Studies e-Resources Support Libraries Korea Foundation 1 1,638
Westerfield Monte Zebrafish International Resource Center Neuroscience, Institute of National Institutes of Health (NIH) 5 9,635,376
Wong Cathy Simulating asphaltene aggregation using a coarse-grained model and in situ measurements Materials Science Institute (Chemistry) American Chemical Society 2.00 110,000

*Does not include recurring task orders on existing grants, non-competitive continuations and other types of supplemental funding.