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Research and Sponsored Programs

July 2019 - External Grants & Contracts Awarded

Research & Sponsored Programs and Foundation Relations would like to announce the recipients of the following grants and contracts that were awarded in July 2019. Below are this month’s awardees:

  • Chong Eun Ahn, History, received $37,869 from the Academy of Korean Studies for the first year of Seed Money for Korean Studies at CWU.
  • Miriam Bocchetti, Student Success/Academic Achievement Programs, received $211,355 from the U.S. Department of Education for the fourth year of the College Assistance Migrant Program.
  • Ramon Cardenas, Student Success/Academic Achievement Programs, received $474,965 from the U.S. Department of Education for the fourth year of the High School Equivalency Academy.
  • Carol Findley, Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, received an additional $7,500 from the Corporation for National and Community Service for RSVP of Kittitas County, 2019-2020.
  • Carey Gazis, Geology, received $39,980 from the Washington State Department of Ecology for Geochemical Study of Groundwater in Potential Storage Sites to Investigate the Fate of Recharge Mounds.
  • Rachel Gordon, International Studies and Programs, received three awards for WorldCat Summer Institute 2019: $71,250 from the University of Shimane; $31,500 from Kurume Institute of Technology; and $12,400 from Calvin University.
  • Ediz Kaykayoglu, International Studies and Programs, received $8,454 from Hacettepe University for Erasmus + staff mobility 2019.
  • Pamela Nevar, McNair Scholars Program, received $253,032 from the U.S. Department of Education for the third year of the CWU McNair Scholars Program.
  • Sathy Rajendran, Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction, received $3,500 from Construction Safety Summit’s Wayne Thomas Memorial Fund for Development and Conversation of SHM Courses to Online - SHM 301/325/453.
  • Manuel Rodriguez, Executive Director of Game On!, received $54,000 from Microsoft for the Game On! Mattawa Expansion project.
  • Darci Snowden, Physics, received $43,057 from Washington NASA Space Grant Consortium/University of Washington for the fourth year of Northwest Earth & Space Science Pipeline (NESSP).
  • Gayla Stoner, Associate Provost of Extended Learning & Outreach, received two awards:
    • $214,006 from Edmonds Community College for BAS - Information Technology & Administrative Management.
    • $322,144 from Pierce College for BS Interdisciplinary Studies - Social Sciences / BS Social Sciences.

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