Grants & Contracts – August 2022

September 28, 2022

SF State received $3,148,573 in grants and contracts in August 2022.


Charli Sakari, Physics and Astronomy, National Science Foundation, RUI: Collaborative Research: Characterizing Metal-Poor Stars in the APOGEE Survey, $218,572


Stephanie Claussen, Engineering, National Science Foundation, Collaborative Research: IRES Track I: US-Kenya Collaboration to Foster Underrepresented Students' Capacity in Community-Based Engineering Education Research, $119,867


Gwen Allen, Art, National Endowment For the Arts, Reflection on Ruth Asawa's Garden of Remembrance, $50,000


Stuart Siegel, SF Bay NERR Program, Elkhorn Slough Foundation, Resilient Roads and Reserves: Opportunities for Improving Habitat and Access in California, $17,400


Stuart Siegel, SF Bay NERR Program, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration, SF Bay NERR Operations Grant, $780,500


Michelle Jungbluth, Estuary & Ocean Science Center, National Science Foundation, Collaborative Research: Zooplankton restarts in a high-latitude marine ecosystem: species-specific recruitment and development in early spring, $350,839


Martha Kenney, Laura A Mamo, Martha Lincoln, Julietta Hua, Department of Women and Gender Studies, National Science Foundation, Research Ethics in STEM: Network Building and Graduate Student Training, $297,801


Tao He, Mathematics, National Science Foundation, LEAPS-MPS: Statistical Learning on Next Generation Sequencing of T/B Cell Receptor Repertoire Data, $245,681


Alejandro Velez Melendez, Biology, National Science Foundation, CAREER: Towards a complete picture of communication in anthropogenic noise - Auditory processing among urban and rural soundscapes, $793,165


Maricel Santos, English Language and Literature, University of California San Francisco, CDC Health Disparity Grant: English as a Second Language (ESL) Program Implementation, $69,250


Leticia Marquez-Magana, Biology, National Science Foundation, HSI Planning Project: Shifting perspectives about why women of color are underrepresented in biology: the role of intersectional identities, $199,998


Shandy Hauk, Mathematics, San Jose State University, Equity and Access in Discrete Mathematics, $5,500