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  April 2, 2001


The list of grants is supplied to the Advance each month by the Office for Sponsored Programs. The full list for each month is posted to the Advance website and is printed in one or more issues, according to the space available.


The following grants were received by the Office of Sponsored Programs in December:
(Grants with UConn listed as a sponsor represent a redistribution of a larger award to the University)

Agricultural & Natural Resources
Allied Health

Fine Arts
Liberal Arts & Sciences
Vice Chancellor for Business & Administration
Vice Provost for Research & Graduate Education

Department Prinincipal Investigator Sponsor Amount Award Period
Agriculture & Natural Resources
ANIM SCI Yang, X.J. DIAMYD $40,000 6/00-6/01
Breeding and Milking the GAD Transgenic Rabbits
COOP EXT Gaudio, M.M. Conn. Dept. of Public Health $38,300 11/00-8/02
Statewide Lead Safe Training
NAT RES M&E Neumann, R.M. Conn. Dept. of Environmental Protection $25,000 1/01-12/02
Mortality of Black Bass Caught During Live-Release Tournaments in Two Connecticut Lakes
NAT RES M&E Warner, G.S. Conn. Dept. of Environmental Protection $30,000 11/00-2/02
Assessment of the Applicability of Engineering Hydrologic Models in Connecticut (Co-PI: Ogden, F.L.)
PLANT SCI Li, Y. DED-CII-High Tech Res. & Develop. Program $291,958 6/00-4/01
Controlled Removal of Transgenes from Genetically Engineered Plants to Reduce/Eliminate the Negative Environmental & Health Implications
Allied Health
ALLIED HEALTH Duffy, V.B. Conn. Dept. of Public Health $19,785 10/00-9/01
Five-A-Day Early Education Program
ALLIED HEALTH Pescatello, L.S. American Heart Association $71,500 8/00-8/01
Establishing an Exercise Dose Response for Post-Exercise Hypotension
IMS Boggs, S.A. DTE Energy Technologies $67,500 1/00-7/02
Effect of High Frequency Cable Attenuation on Wideband Partial Discharge Characteristics
EPSY Campbell, P. Windham Public Schools $18,682 1/01-6/01
Sharing Ideas About Teaching Effectively: Using Collaboration and Technology to Improve Student Achievement Among Diverse Teachers
ESLS Casa, D.J. National Athletic Trainers Association $39,191 12/00-5/02
Influence of Creatine Use on Exercise Heat Tolerance in Dehydrated Athletes (Co-PIs: Armstrong, L.E.; Maresh, C.)
CHEM ENG Fenton, J.M. DED-CII-High Tech Res. & Develop Prgm $141,006 7/00-6/02
Development of Membrane Electrode Assemblies for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells & Hydrogen Generators/Corps
CHEM ENG Wood, T.K. BIOCLEAN Inc. $66,273 2/01-1/03
Training Grant: Enhancing Biological Degreasing
CIV ENG Nikolaidis, N.P. Columbia University $8,400 4/00-3/01
Subcontract to Project 7: Assessment and Remediation of (AS) Enrichments in Ground Water
CIV ENG Nikolaidis, N.P. Columbia University $5,600 4/00-3/01
Subcontract to Project 6: Redistribution of Arsenic at Sites in Maine and New Jersey
COMP SCI Russell, A.C. NSF-CCR-Career Development Program $125,000 9/01-8/03
Career: Efficient Cryptography with Provable Security Guarantees
COMP SCI Shin, D.-G. Egyptian Cultural & Educational Bureau $5,000 1/01-3/03
Data Mining Technique Analysis
METALL Gell, M. Clemson University $157,605 2/01-1/02
Thermal Barrier and Metallic Coatings with Improved Durability (Post-Doctoral Fellowship for Y.H. Sohn) (Co-PI: Jordan, E.H.)
Fine Arts
DRAM ARTS Wildman, R.M. Conn. Commission on the Arts $8,000 7/00-6/01
Connecticut Repertory Theatre Guest Artist Program
Liberal Arts & Sciences
BIOL: EE Simon, C.M. NSF-Division of Environmental Biology $84,333 2/01-1/02
The Origins of New Zealand Cicadas
BIOL: MC O'Neill, R. NSF-MCB-Career Development Program $125,001 2/01-1/02
Career: Investigations of Methylation, Mobile Elements and Hybrid Genomic Instability
BIOL: PN Korn, S.J. PHS-NIH-Neurological Disorders and Stroke $314,010 2/01-1/02
Modulation of K+ Channel Function by Permeant Ions
CHEMISTRY Suib, S.L. Rubicon Inc. $50,000 1/01-6/01
Analysis of Samples
CSRA Barnes, C. Conn. Health Foundation $7,150 1/01-1/02
Connecticut Health Foundation: Spending Cap Survey
CSRA Barnes, C. Town of Greenwich, Conn. $3,500 11/00-4/01
Greenwich: Special Education Customer Satisfaction Survey
CSRA Barnes, C. Media Studies Center $35,000 11/00-2/01
Freedom of Information Act National Study
CSRA Barnes, C. Media Studies Center $24,000 12/00-3/01
Teachers/Administrators First Amendment in the Schools Study
CSRA Barnes, C. Media Studies Center $17,500 11/00-2/01
Freedom of Information Act Virginia Study
CSRA Barnes, C. Price Waterhouse Foundation $8,500 1/01-5/01
Price Waterhouse Coopers: Venture Capital Compensation Survey
ECONOMICS Barth, P.S. Conn. Economic Resource Council $39,100 1/01-9/01
A Workforce Investment Act Complaint Customer Satisfaction Survey
ECONOMICS Carstensen, F.V. Bridgeport Regional Business Council $10,000 1/01-5/01
The Economic Impact of Office Development in Bridgeport
MARINE Monahan, E.C. NOAA-Natl. Oceanic & Atmospheric Admin. $38,000 2/01-1/02
Connecticut Sea Grant College Program: Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship, 2001: Sean Corson
POLI SCI Boyer, M.A. U.S. Dept. of Ed-Educational Research and Improvement $310,547 3/01-2/02
Gender, Technology, and Group Decision-Making: An Experimental Study in Secondary Education International Studies (Co-PI: Brown, S.)
POLI SCI Dautrich, K. American Council on Education $2,000 9/00-2/01
International Knowledge Tables
POLI SCI. Scruggs, L.A NSF-Social, Behavioral & Economic Science $133,415 2/01-7/02
A Comparative Welfare State Outcomes Data Set, 1960-2000
PSYCH Salamone, J.D. PHS-NIH-National Institute of Mental Health $132,580 2/01-1/02
Motor Effects of Atypical Antipsychotics and Serotonergid Agents
Vice Chancellor for Business & Administration
JORGENSEN Rock, R. New England Foundation for the Arts $3,000 6/01-6/01
2000-2001 National Dance Project
Vice Provost for Research & Graduate Education
ERI Carley,R.J. Conn. Dept. of Environmental Protection $133,400 10/00-9/02
Analytical Support for the Connecticut Fine Particle Monitoring Network (Co-PI: Perkins, C.R.)
MSTC Auster, P.J. Conservation Law Foundation $48,850 1/01-6/02
A Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Marine Conservation Biology