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- Biological Sciences
- MARY CHAMBERLIN, Mitochondrial Function During Insect Programmed Cell Death (REU Supplement), National Science Foundation, $5,000;
- ELLENGENE PETERSON, Biomechanics of Vertebrate Hair Cells, National Institute of Health, $427,027.
College of Fine Arts
- RAYMOND TYMAS-JONES, Faculty and Student Exchange Project Chile and Argentina, Ohio Arts Council, $10,000.
- Environmental and Plant Biology
- GAR ROTHWELL, Megafossil Evidence for Ordovician-Silurian Terrestrial Biotas, National Science Foundation, $48,830;
- KIM BROWN, Using DISTRIB/SHIFT Outputs to Implement OnET-II for Assessment of Forest Carbon Consequences of Potential Global-Change Driven Shifts in Tree Species Distribution, U.S. Department of Agriculture-Forest Service, $11,000; A Physiological, Anatomical and Phenological Assessment of Species' Contributions to Forest Carbon Gain -- A Synthesis Exercise with Applications of Climate and Forest Community Changes, American Association for the Advancement of Science and Women's International Science Collaboration Program, $4,000;
- BRIAN MCCARTHY, Terrestrial Macro-Fungi of Deep Woods, Hocking County, Ohio, Ohio Biological Survey, $500; Fire Temperature and Weevil Population Dynamics in Mixed-Oak Forests, U.S. Department of Agriculture, $5,000;
- DAVID BAYLESS, GREG KREMER and MORGAN VIS with BEN STUART (Ohio Coal Research Center), Enhanced Practical Photosynthetic CO2 Mitigation, U.S. Department of Energy, $76,472;
- HARVEY BALLARD, Integrating Studies of Floral Development, Traditional and Molecular Systematics and Floristics in the Violet Family-Yr 1 REU Supplement, National Science Foundation, $13,485;
- GAR ROTHWELL, Structure and Systematics of the Earliest Terrestrial Ground Cover, National Science Foundation, $11,630.
- Institute for Local Government Administration and Rural Development
- ROBIN RAMEY, COAD Wage and Benefit Project, Corporation For Ohio Appalachian Development, $2,379; Strategic Plan for Community Action of Delaware- Madison-Union Counties (CA of DMU), Community Action of Delaware-Madison-Union-Counties, Inc. (CA of DMU), $2,455;
- MARGARET HUTZEL, Warren County Oral Health Evaluation, Anthem Foundation of Ohio, $7,675;
- CHRISTY HOWARD, Gallia County Health GIS, Gallia County Health Department, $4,260;
- SCOTT MILLER, Monday Creek Restoration 319, Phase 4, Rural Action, $14,898.
- Physics and Astronomy
- JEAN HEREMANS, Mesoscopic spin-dependent transport in two-dimensional systems, National Science Foundation, $89,999;
- SERGIO ULLOA, Center of Excellence in Computational Nanoscience, Ball State University, $237,132;
- THOMAS STATLER, Cooling Disks in Elliptical Galaxies: The Role of Angular Momentum in the Hot ISM-Supplement, $32,686.
- BENJAMIN OGLES, Demographic and Clinical Factors Associated with Parent-Child Discrepancy from Multiple Statistical Perspectives, Ohio Department of Mental Health, $1,045;
- CHRISTOPHER FRANCE, Hypertension, Risk for Hypertension and Hypoalgesia, National Institutes of Health.
- College of Communication
- KATHY KRENDL, Launching an Appalachia Reads Center, Appalachian Regional Commission, $100,000.
- Recreation and Sports Sciences
- ROGER GILDERS, A Multidisciplinary Intervention Program for Diabetic Elderly Population in Appalachia, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.
- Electrical Engineering
- DOUGLAS LAWRENCE, Operation of the IEEE Control System Society Conference Editorial Board at Ohio University, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, $50,000.
- Biomedical Science
- NANCY STEVENS, Vertebrate Paleontology in the Etjo Formation, Northwestern Namibia, American Association for the Advancement of Science - Women's International Science Collaboration Program, $4,969.
- Regional Higher Education -- Ohio University Chillicothe Campus
- DEBORAH ZURMEHLY, Reggio Emilia Study Group, Ohio Department of Education, $1,000.
- Regional Higher Education -- Ohio University Eastern Campus
- PAULA MCMURRAY-SCHWARTZ and SUSAN BEISEL, National Board Teacher Recruitment, Martha Holden Jennings Foundation, $15,000.
- Regional Higher Education -- Ohio University Lancaster Campus
- JENNIFER LARUE, The Little Angels, The Heartland Arts Fund, $750; Tartuffe, Fairfield County Foundation, $3,500.
- Regional Higher Education -- Ohio University Southern Campus
- ROBERT CULP, Addis Mine Acid Drainage Project, USDA, $20,000;
- RON REED, National Youth Sports Program, $50,000.
- Regional Higher Education
- STEPHEN FLAHERTY, TOPS in Job and Family Services, Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services, $780,354.
- Social Medicine
- NORMAN GEVITZ, Origins of American Medicine: New England, 1620-1723, National Institute of Health - National Library of Medicine, $70,425.
- Voinovich Center
- JEFF DOOSE, New Markets Operational Assistance - Q5, Adena Ventures, $83,156;
- SHARON WILLIAMS, Procurement Technical Assistance Center 2004, U.S. Defense Logistics Agency, $26,260.
- Center for International Studies
- W. STEPHEN HOWARD, Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) 2003-2004, U.S. Department of Education, $262,000.
- Sociology and Anthropology
- EUGENE AMMARELL, Fulbright Hays -- Faculty Research Abroad, U.S. Department of Education, $40,500.
- School of Telecommunications
- SANDRA SLGEIGHT-BRENNAN, ARC Regional Teaching Initiative, East Tennessee State University, $854.
- JAMES LEIN, Implementing the America View, U.S. Geological Survey, $120,825.
- Avionics Engineering
- JAMES RANKIN, Preliminary Flight Check for Runway 23, Souther Field, Americus, Georgia, Thales, ATM, Inc., $11,028; Contract DTFA01-01-C-00071, Federal Aviation Administration, $200,000; Contract DTFA01-01-C-00071, Federal Aviation Administration, $114,000; Contract DTFA01-01-C-00071, Federal Aviation Administration, $425,000; James Ville, WI -- ILS Precommissioning Flight Check, Thales ATM, $14,441; Meridian, MS, PAR Anomaly Investigation, Trandes Corporation, $10,110; Engineering Tests at Charlottesville, VA, Delta Airport Consultants, $18,817; Modeling Analysis of the Precision Approach Radar at the NAS, Meridian, MS, Traes Corporation, $9,978; Analysis of Potential Interference Source to ILS Guidance Signal, Reno NV, $12,982; Local Area Augmentation System, $1,390,000 (operating) $110,000 (subcontracts).
- Campus and Community Resources
- TONY FOREMAN, Kids on Campus Workforce Development Program, Athens County Department of Job and Family Services, $5,000.
- Chemistry and Biochemistry
- GREG VAN PATTEN, Center of Excellence in Computational Nanoscience, Ball State University, $237,132.
- Recreation Sports Sciences
- MING LI, 2003 National Youth Sports Program at Ohio University, National Youth Sports Program Fund, $50,000.
- Teacher Education
- STEPHEN SAFRAN, SIG Education, University of Cincinnati, $14,000.
- Edison Biotechnology Institute
- DAVID WRIGHT and LEONARD KOHN, TAF 1 Match DHI, Diagnostic Hybrids, Inc., $80,000.
- Family Medicine
- CHRISTOPHER SIMPSON, JOHN BROSE, ROBERT GODFRIED and JAY SHUBROOK, ATTACH Clinical Drug Trial, AstraZeneca, LP, $3,150.
- Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
- LONNIE WELCH, CHANG LIU and DAVID JUEDES, Distributed Scheduling Aspects for Time Critical Targeting, Washington University, $154,642.
- Geological Sciences
- GREGORY SPRINGER, Collaborative Research: Anabranching Channels in Jointed Bedrock: An Integrated Flume and Field Study, National Science Foundation, $102,173.
- Chemical Engineering
- DOUGLAS GOETZ, Targeting anti-Inflammatory Agents to Sites of Pathological Inflammation via Biodegradable Particles, Whitaker Foundation, $72,910; Isolated PSGL-1 and MAC-1 Adhesion to Endothelium, National Institutes of Health, $145,000.
- Ohio Program of Intensive English
- CHARLES MICKELSON, Summer Institute for English Language Educators from South Africa 2003, U.S. Department of State, $164,811.
- Health Sciences
- KEVIN CRIST, Evaluation of the Emission, Transport and Deposition o Mercury, Arsenic and Associated Fine Particulate Matter from Coal Based Power Plants in the Ohio River Valley, U.S. Department of Energy.
- Ohio Research Institute for Transportation and the Environment
- HELMUT ZWAHLEN, Improved Work Zone Design, $114,396.
- Upward Bound College Prep Academy
- MICHELE SMITH, Upward Bound Program, $330,343.