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- October 23, 2006

The following grants were received through the Office for Sponsored Programs (OSP) in August 2006. The list represents only new proposals awarded, and excludes continuations. The list is supplied to the Advance each month by OSP. Additional grants received in August were published in the October 16 issue.

Previous grant listings can be found on the Grants archive page.

Principal Investigator
Award Period
School of Social Work
School of Social Work Instruction & Research Bullock, K. New York Academy of Medicine/Social Work Leadership Institute $25,000 7/06-6/07
Practicum Partnership Program
School of Social Work Instruction & Research Davidson, K. Conn. Dept. of Social Services $26,801,682   7/06-6/11
Agreement Between the Department of Social Services and the University of Connecticut School of Social Work
Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education & Instruction
Academic Programs Center Martinez, M. Dept. of Education/Office of Postsecondary Education $1,127,092 9/06-8/11
Talent Search Program
Academic Programs Center Rivera, A. AT&T Foundation/National Council for Community & Education Partnerships $50,000 5/06-6/07
Preparing Students for Attendance and the Workplace
Academic Programs Center Rivera, A. AT&T Foundation/National Council for Community & Education Partnerships $50,000 5/06-6/07
UConn Gear Up Professional Development Academy
Office of the Provost
Institute of Materials Science Boggs, S. Dept. of Defense/Office   of Naval Research $40,000 5/06-12/06
Electrical Characterization of High Temperature Polymers and Capacitor Films
Institute of Materials Science Huey, B. National Science Foundation $257,694 9/06-8/07
Mechanical Response of Individual Living Epithelial and Endothelial Cells to in Situ Biochemical Signal Exposure and Direct Drug Delivery
Institute of Materials Science Jain, F. National Science Foundation $240,000 9/06-8/09
Bistable Quantum Dot Gate Field-Effect Transistors Exhibiting Multi-State Operation: A Novel Approach to Reduce Device Count in ICs
Institute of Materials Science Scola, D. Connecticut Innovations Inc. $68,193 8/06-8/07
Development of Thermally Stable, Low Relative Humidity Phenylethynyl End-Capped Sulfonated Polyimide Membranes
Institute of Materials Science Wei, M. Straumann AG/UConn Health Center $33,602 7/06-6/07
Implant Guided Bone Growth Mediated by Local Delivery of Osteogenic Agents 


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