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February 7, 2005


The following grants were received through the Office for Sponsored Programs in October. The list represents only new proposals awarded, and excludes continuations. The list is supplied to the Advance by the Office for Sponsored Programs and is printed in one or more issues, depending on space available. Additional grants received in October were published in the January 31 issue.
Department Principal Investigator Sponsor Amount Period
School of Family Studies
Family Studies Conn. Instruction & Research Mulroy, M. Dept. of Mental Health and Addiction Services/Conn. Women’s Consortium $70,000 7/04-6/05
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Anthropology McBrearty, S. National Science Foundation/Directorate for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Sciences $11,982 1/05-12/05
Doctoral Dissertation Research: East African Middle Stone Projectile Technology and Modern Human Behavior (V. Waweru)
Center for Survey Research & Analysis Barnes, C. State of New Jersey/Rutgers – State University of New Jersey $56,610 8/04-7/05
New Jersey Workforce Investment Act Customer Satisfaction Survey – Round Seven
Center for Survey Research & Analysis Barnes, C. Conn. Dept. for Economic and Community Development $100,000 6/04-6/05
Regional Housing Studies Project
Center for Survey Research & Analysis Best, S. University of Minnesota $50,000 5/04-11/04
Political Attitudes of Voters
Center for Survey Research & Analysis Best, S. University of Minnesota $38,000 10/04-11/04
University of Minnesota Voter Survey
Chemistry Suib, S. Syntroleum Corp. $1,000 9/04-10/04
TEM of Cobalt Nanoparticles
Marine Sciences O’Donnell, J. Dept. of Commerce/National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration $1,754,295 8/04-7/05
Long Island Sound Coastal Observing System
Physics Stwalley, W. Dept. of Energy $14,644 11/04-5/05
Proposal for a Third UConn-Tjnal Bridge Position Under Our 1995 Memorandum of Understanding
Physics Wells, B. Dept. of Energy $29,896 9/04-11/05
Charge Inhomogeneity in Correlated Electron Systems
Psychology Covell, N. PHS/NIH/National Institute of Mental Health $74,000 9/04-8/06
Changing from Conventional to Risperidone Decanoate
Psychology Frisman, L. PHS/Substance AbuseMental Health Services $28,169 9/04-9/05
Effects of Differing Types of Perceived Coercion
Psychology Lowe, C. Yale University $66,543 10/04-8/05
Release-Time Funding
Psychology Park, C. American Psychological Association $14,510 9/04-12/05
Health Psychology Perspectives on Positive Life Changes Following Illness
Sociology Broadhead, R. PHS/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/ Conn. Dept. of Public Health $60,000 9/04-12/04
HIV Behavioral Surveillance Among Injecting Drug Users: Formative Assessment Activities
Sociology Dashefsky, A. United Jewish Communities Administration $240,000 7/04-6/07
Mandell L. Berman Institute North American Jewish Data Bank
Office of Vice Provost for Research & Graduate Education
National Undersea Research Center Auster, P. Dept. of Commerce/National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration $46,448 9/04-9/05
Landscape Ecology of Slope Fishes
Environmental Research Institute Dahmani, A. Environmental Protection Agency/Johns Hopkins University $143,213 4/04-4/07
HSRC: Training and Technical Assistance for Brownfields
Environmental Research Institute Dahmani, A. Housing & Urban Development Economic Dev. Initiative/Town of Vernon $195,000 8/04-6/06
EPA Superfine Innovative Technical Evaluation Project – Roosevelt Mills
Environmental Research Institute Dahmani, A. URS Corp. $15,000 6/04-1/05
Sodium Persulfate Oxidation Laboratory Evaluation for Chlorinated VOC’s
Office of Vice Provost for Research & Graduate Education Greger, J. National Science Foundation/EHR $81,000 8/04-7/07
Graduate Research Fellowship Program
Waterbury Campus
Physics Schweitzer, J. National Aeronautics & Space Administration $69,500 10/04-5/05
Detection of Gunpowder Residue and Body Fluids Using Portable X-Ray Fluorescence
Physics Schweitzer, J. National Science Foundation/Directorate for Engineering $48,984 10/04-9/05
SGER: Nanoscale Study of Cement Hydration by Nuclear Resonant Reaction Analysis

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