Funds totaling $190,048 were received by the Office of International Programs with the Center for African Studies, the Department of Physics, the School of Education and the Center for Healthcare Ethics.
- Dr. Joseph DeCrosta, director of the Office of International Programs, and Dr. Gerald Boodoo, director of the Center for African Studies, $144,468, from the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State through IREX, for hosting a six-week academic and leadership institute for 25 young African leaders.
- Dr. Fatiha Benmokhtar, Department of Physics, $2,880, from the Jefferson Laboratory and provided by the Department of Energy, to support her role as a key member on a project to look at the commissioning and calibration procedures of the CLAS12 RICH detector. The award runs through May 2017.
- Dr. Gibbs Kanyongo, School of Education, $12,000, from ASSET Inc., for public service and program evaluation for ASSET. The award runs through June 30, 2018.
- Dr. Henk ten Have, Center for Healthcare Ethics, $30,700, from Novo Nordisk (Denmark), for Bioethics Tool for Implementation of Global Principles.