Awards: November 2015

During the month of November 2015, faculty and staff at the University of Oregon received 11 new awards and 1 competitive continuation totaling over $1.5 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.

November New Awards

Last Name First Name Project Department Source Length (years) Total Budget
Tobin Tary Oregon It's Legit II Project - Contract from Northwest Family Services, Oregon Youth Development to the University of Oregon ECS Northwest Family Services 2 40,000
Van Den Wymelenberg Kevin Climate Chamber Testing for Simplexity Product Development ESBL Simplexity Product Development 1 mon 8,625
Manesh Mohsen Law Student Research Support Services Law DOE/BPA 1 450,000
Bridgham Scott Understanding Mechanistic Controls of Heterotrophic CO2 and CH4 Fluxes in a Peatland with Deep Soil Warming and Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment IEE Chapman U. 1 97,508
Remund David Framing Livability: A Strategic Communications Approach to Improving Transportation Options in Oregon SCI PSU/NITC 1.5 86,423
Bruce Joshua City of Eugene Disaster Preparedness Presentations CSC Eugene 1 5,300
Haley Michael SBIR Phase II: Development and Commercialization of Nitrate-Selective Sensors for Precision Agriculture MSI SupraSensor 1 60,000
Remund David An Audit of Leadership Courses/Contents in US Universities: Developing Public Relations Leaders: A National Survey of Best Practices for Education and Training Journalism Univ. of Alabama 1 5,500
Hulse David Extending the SLICES framework up the McKenzie River ISE EWEB 1 30,000
Cohen Shaul Inside Out Program in Oregon Geography Ford Family Foundation/Temple University 7 mon 10,000
Melnick Robert Study of Climate Change Impacts on Cultural Landscapes in the Pacific West Region Sustainable Environment, Institute for a U.S. Department of the Interior/National Park Service 1.4 79,358

November Competitive Continuations

Last Name First Name Project Department Source Length (years) Total Budget
Richmond Geraldine Understanding Adsorption, Uptake and Reactive Processes at Aqueous Surfaces of Atmospheric Aerosol Importance COACH NSF 4 667,139

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