Research Awards Overview


  • Vice Provost for Research & Dean of Graduate Studies
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    Tubman, Jonathan G.
    Vice Provost for Research & Dean of Graduate Studies

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August 2015 Awards Overview

In August 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: Paul Winters

College of Arts and Sciences - Economics

Title: The Food Insecurity Experience Scale and Regional Correlates of Food Insecurity in Latin America

Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture

Funds: $25,000.00

PI: Demetrios Poulios

College of Arts and Sciences - Physics

Title: Laser, Fiber Optics, and Optical Technology

Sponsor: National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Funds: $50,000.00

PI: Tessa Telly,

Office of Campus Life

Title: American University Alcohol Abuse Prevention Initiative

Sponsor: National Collegiate Athletic Association

Funds: $30,000.00

PI: Tara Boyle,

WAMU - 88.5

Title: Reporting on Programs for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Sponsor: Solutions Journalism Network

Funds: $10,000.00

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: Sharon Weiner

School of International Service - Dean's Office

Title: The Political Economy of Fissile Materials

Sponsor: The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

Funds: $138,200.00

PI: James Goldgeier

School of International Service - Dean's Office

Title: Ntrepid Grant Sponsorship

Sponsor: Ntrepid Corporation

Funds: $29,830.00

PI: Miles Kahler

School of International Service - U.S. Foreign Policy

Title: Emerging Economies and Global Governance

Sponsor: Council on Foreign Relations

Funds: $91,080.00

PI: Diane Singerman

School of Public Affairs - Government

Title: Tadamun: The Cairo Urban Solidarity Initiative

Sponsor: Ford Foundation

Funds: $350,000.00

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