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Awards Overview

In July of 2015 (FY 2016), the Office of Sponsored Programs recorded the following grants for American University researchers.


PI: David Haaga
College of Arts and Sciences - Psychology
Title: Looming Vulnerability and Smoking Cessation Attempts
Sponsor:  National Institutes of Health
Funds: $321,750.00


PI:  Gabriel Mathy

College of Arts and Sciences - Economics

Title: Secular Stagnation and Persistent Unemployment in the Great Depression: Evidence from Monthly Labor Market Data

Sponsor:  Institute for New Economic Thinking

Funds:  $33,490.00


PI:  Tessa Telly

Office of Campus Life  

Title: Alcohol Abuse Prevention Initiative

Sponsor:  National Collegiate Athletic Association

Funds: $30,000.00


PI: Christopher Palmer

School of Communication - Center for Environmental Filmmaking

Title: Film on vanquished Disney park

Sponsor: Prince Charitable Trusts

Funds: $60,000.00


PI: Christopher Palmer

School of Communication - Center for Environmental Filmmaking

Title: Program Support

Sponsor: Wallace Genetic Foundation, Inc.

Funds: $50,000.00


PI: Lindsay Grace

School of Communication - Dean's Office

Title: ABM Gaming Project

Sponsor:  National Institutes of Health

Funds: $49,943.00


PI: Mohammed Abu-Nimer

School of International Service - International Peace and Conflict Resolution

Title: KAICIID Senior Fellowship 2015

Sponsor:  King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz International Centre for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue (KAICIID)

Funds: $83,053.00


PI: James Goldgeier

School of International Service - Dean's Office

Title: Ntrepid Grant Sponsorship

Sponsor:  Ntrepid Corporation

Funds: $29,830.00


PI: Caroline Cooper

School of Public Affairs - Justice Programs Office

Title: Review of Magistrate Court Process in Nashville, Tennessee Court of General Sessions

Sponsor: U.S. Department of Justice - Bureau of Justice Assistance

Funds: $40,165.00


PI:  David Hunter

Washington College of Law - International Legal Studies Program

Title: The Humphrey Fellowship Program 2015-2016

Sponsor: Institute of International Education

Funding Source:  U.S. Department of State

Funds: $253,431.00


PI: Sean Fiil-Flynn

Washington College of Law - Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property

Title: Participant Support for Global Congress

Sponsor: Institute of International Education

Funding Source:  Ford Foundation

Funds: $15,000.00


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