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Awards Overview

In June 2016 (FY 2017), the Office of Sponsored Programs recorded the following grants for American University researchers.


PI: Nancy Snider 

College of Arts and Sciences - Performing Arts 

Title: Creating Opportunities for Extended Learning Beyond the Traditional Classroom and Music Studio 

Sponsor: The Marinus and Minna B. Koster Foundation, Inc. 

Funds: $10,000


PI: Boncho Bonev College of Arts and Sciences - Physics 

Title: Parent Volatiles in Comets 

Sponsor: John Hopkins University 

Funds: $65,355


PI: Frederick Bruhweiler 

College of Arts and Sciences - Physics 

Title: Identifying the Progenitor of a New Red Transient 

Sponsor: Space Telescope Science Institute 

Funds: $27,626


PI: Stefano Costanzi 

College of Arts and Sciences - Chemistry 

Title: Enabling the application of Virtual Screening to GPCR Homology Models 

Sponsor: National Institutes of Health

Funds: $250,905


PI: Yujin Jeong 

Kogod School of Business - International Business 

Title: Political Competition and Corporate Bribery: Evidence from South Korea 

Sponsor: The Academy of Korean Studies 

Funds: $12,000


PI: Charles R. Lewis 

School of Communication - Investigative Reporting Workshop 

Title: General Operating Supporting 

Sponsor: Giles W. and Elise G. Mead Foundation 

Funds: $70,000


PI: Christopher Palmer 

School of Communication - Center for Environmental Filmmaking 

Title: Farming Toolkit

Sponsor: Prince Charitable Trusts

Funds: $20,000


PI: Louis Goodman 

School of International Service - Comparative and Regional Studies Title: IDPP Year V - The Regional Transition of IDPP for the ASEAN Region: Research and Advising 

Sponsor: Nippon Foundation 

Funds: $405,900


PI: Pek Koon Heng-Blackburn 

School of International Service - Dean's Office 

Title: ASEAN-US Symposium Workshops 2016 and 2017 

Sponsor: U.S. Department of State 

Funds: $74,950


PI: Howard McCurdy 

School of Public Affairs - Public Administration and Policy 

Title: From Sailing Ships to Space Ships: How Commercial Firms Utilize Outside Assistance to Reduce Financial Risks in the Emerging Space Transportation Industry 

Sponsor: National Aeronautics and Space Administration 

Funds: $54,939


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