Awards: March 2017

During the month of March 2017, faculty and staff at the University of Oregon received more than 22 new awards totaling more than $2.5 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.

March New Awards

Last Name First Name Project Department Source Length (years) Total Budget
Halliwill John Nike Equipment: Prototype testing, Confidential Master Services Agreement Exhibit 'A' - Halliwill/EEP Core Human Physiology Nike 1 48,000
Jansen Joana Carrying Our Languages Forward: Youth Leadership NW Indian Language Insti. Wildhorse Foundation 1 10,250
Anderson-Inman Lynn Teaching the Holocaust and its Relevance in the Modern World CORE Memorial Library/Olga Lengyel Institute 1 6,600
Heller Ruth Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Capacity Building Grant Academic Extension Bernard Osher Foundation 1 25,000
Pluth Michael SRA with Innolyzer MSI-Chem Innolyzer, LLC 3 mon 52,337
Lindstrom Lauren STEM ECO systems: Science Technology Engineering and Math: developing Education and Career Opportunity systems Destiny NSF 3 1,111,721
Hinman Melissa Establishment of stable zebrafish genetic models for studying myotonic dystrophy. Ruth L. Kirschstein NRSA Postdoctoral Fellow MolBio NIH 3 177,222
Venkat Bharat India after Antibiotics: Tuberculosis at the Limits of Cure Anthropology American Council of Learned Societies 1 40,000
Parker Robert Planners4Health Policy Assessment Community Service Center Oregon Chapter of the American Planning Association 3 mon 5,000
O'Neill Brian Amazon Active Corridor Transportation Project, Eugene Museum of Anthropology City of Eugene 6 mon 8,379
Sundar Aparna AACSRE Emerging Fellow Lundquist College of Business Academic Advisory Council for Signage Research and Education 1 10,000
Simmons Bora National Project for Excellence in Environmental Education ISE North American Assciation for Environmental Education/EPA 1 69,890
Fisher Phil Harvard Frontiers of Innovation FY17 Omidyar initial funding (Jul-Dec 2016) PSI Harvard 4 mon 15,000
Bruce Joshua Veneta Northeast Employment Center Development Plan Analysis Community Service Center City of Veneta 9 mon 20,000
Lanahan Lauren Emerging Researchers on the Path to Innovation (Revision) Lundquist College of Business NSF 2.5 349,869
Parker Phillip Serotonergic Modulation of Neuronal Computations in Primary Visual Cortex ION NIH 3 170,094
Libuda Diana Dissecting the mechanisms of temperature-induced DNA damage during spermatogenesis MolBio Searle Scholars Progam 3 300,000
Dahmen Nicole Solutions Journalism Initiative Journalism Solutions Journalism Network, Inc. 1 10,000
Arndt John Compact Living: Rethinking Dorm Life AAA Oregon Corrections Enterprises 3 mon 28,456
Wilson Doug Open Educational Resources (HB 2871) Lundquist College of Business State of Oregon 1 15,000
DeGarmo Dave SMART Optimization of a Parenting Program for Active-Duty Families PSI University of Montanna/DoD 1 64,226
Majewshki Stephanie Global Hadronic Triggering R & D for HL-LHC High Energy Physics Stony Brook University/NSF 5 mon 20,400

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