Recent Faculty Grants

Zach Dodds and Ben Wiedermann (Computer Science)

National Science Foundation
$358,068 for “REU Site in Computer Systems” (February 2014)

Lelia Hawkins (Chemistry)

Research Corporation for Science Advancement
$35,000 for “An Investigation of the Role of Fog in Forming and Transforming Brown Carbon in Urban Organic Aerosol” (February 2014)

Colleen Lewis (Computer Science)

National Science Foundation
$598,513 for “Import Pedagogical Content Knowledge: What 10,000 Novice Teachers Can Learn from Teachers with 10,000 Hours of Experience” (September 2013)

Geoff Kuenning (Computer Science)

National Science Foundation
$180,023 for “Workload-Aware Storage Architectures for Optimal Performance and Energy Efficiency” (September 2013)

Geoff Kuenning (Computer Science)

National Science Foundation
$130,799 for “National File System Trace Repository” (September 2013)

Nancy Lape (Engineering), Karl Haushalter (Chemistry), Rachel Levy (Mathematics) and Darryl Yong (Mathematics)

National Science Foundation
$199,544 for “Probing the Inverted Classroom: A Controlled Study of Teaching and Learning Outcomes in Undergraduate Chemistry, Engineering and Mathematics” (September 2013)

Tom Donnelly (Physics)

National Science Foundation
$255,000 for “An Experimental Study of Relativistic, Stochastic Heating of Electrons During the Irradiation of Wavelength-scale Plasmas by a Strong-Laser Field” (September 2013)

David Vosburg (Chemistry)

Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation
$60,000 for “Biomimetic Synthesis and Molecular Self-Assembly” (July 2013)

Darryl Yong (Mathematics)

The National Science Foundation
$32,788 for “Math for America: Empowering Master Teachers to be Instructional and Institutional Change Agents” (April 2013)

Talithia Williams (Mathematics)

Mathematical Association of America
$5,500 for “Tensor Women and Mathematics: Envisioning a World of New Possibilities” (March 2013)

David Vosburg (Chemistry)

The BioLogos Foundation
$80,772 for “Catalyzing Compatibility of Evolution and Christian Faith on Secular Campuses: Curricular Resources for Student Groups” (December 2012)

Christopher Stone and Melissa O’Neill (Computer Science)

The National Science Foundation
$375,395 for “Observationally Cooperative Multithreading” (September 2012)

Michael Erlinger and Zachary Dodds (Computer Science)

The National Science Foundation
$596,501 for “MyCS: Middle Years Computer Science” (August 2012)

Alfonso Castro (Mathematics)

The Simons Foundation
$35,000 for “Solvability of Semilinear Equations with Discrete Spectrum” (July 2012)