Funds totaling $190,589 were recently received by the School of Natural and Environmental Sciences, School of Law, the Palumbo-Donahue School of Business and the John G. Rangos School of Health Sciences.
- Angel Tamez, student of Dr. Jeffrey Evanseck, School of Natural and Environmental Sciences, $46,000, for a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
- Joseph Sabino Mistick, School of Law, $50,000, from the Heinz Endowments, to support the Urban Development Law Clinic’s initiative to provide free legal services to individuals with tangled titles in vulnerable neighborhoods.
- Dr. David Wasieleski, School of Business, $35,000, from the Deloitte Foundation, to convene a conference that will take place at Deloitte University in Westlake, Texas, titled Tech Ethics Summit: Preparing Business Students for the Future.
- Dr. Abigail Delehanty, School of Health Sciences, $59,089, from the National Institutes of Health passed through Florida State University, to support the project Effects of Technology-Supported Social Communication Baby Navigator Intervention to Improve Outcomes of Toddlers with Communication Delays: Preliminary Study.
- Clancy McIntyre, student of Associate Professor Dr. Michael Jensen-Seaman, School of Natural and Environmental Sciences, $500, from the Beta Beta Beta Research Foundation, to support the project Mapping Transglutaminase Activity of Semenogelin 1 Proteins of Humans and Chimpanzees.