Baylor University

Research Gazette January 2009

Jan. 31, 2009

Total grants awarded: $444,470

Dr. Lucy Barnard-Brak, education; $1,000; Attitudes Toward Seeking Accommodations; American College Personnel Association Educational Leadership Foundation

Dr. Charles Baylis, electrical and computer engineering; $1,219; Evaluation of Issues in Wireless Power Transmission; TEM Consulting

Dr. Robert Marks, electrical and computer engineering; $74,863; Inversion of Swarm Dynamics for Underwater Tactical Applications; Office of Naval Research

Dr. Dennis R. Myers, social work; $4,000; Congregational Collaboration Against Hunger; Christian Life Commission

Dr. Dennis R. Myers, social work; $4,000; Group Effectiveness on Substance Abuse Rehabilitation; The Freeman Center

Dr. Dennis R. Myers, social work; $8,000; The Effect of Volunteer Services in Stephen Ministry on Faith and Families; Wilshire Baptist Church

Dr. Dennis R. Myers, social work; $4,000; Support Services Available for Pregnant Women in Waco, Texas; Care Net Pregnancy Center

Dr. Dennis R. Myers, social work; $3,480; Evaluating the CBF Poverty Initiatives Mentoring and Micro-enterprise Program; CBF-Arkansas Internship

Dr. Dennis R. Myers, social work; $3,480; Exploring the Implementation of and Possible Barriers to Culturally Competent Social Work Practices with Latinos; Lucha Ministries

Dr. Dennis R. Myers, social work; $3,600; Experience of Homeowners Purchasing Homes Through NeighborWorks Waco; NeighborWorks Waco

Dr. Dennis R. Myers, social work; $4,000; Difference in Behavioral Outcomes for Elementary Children in Group and Individual Support Services; Belton ISD

Dr. Kevin G. Pinney, chemistry and biochemistry; $115,241; Synthetic and Medicinal Chemistry Oxigene Core Grant Focusing on the Tumor Microenvironment

Dr. Jon E. Singletary, social work; $99,660; Texas Hunger Initiative; Baptist General Convention of Texas

Dr. Mary Lynn Trawick, chemistry and biochemistry; $82,496; Biochemistry and Cell Biology Oxigene Core Grant Focusing on the Tumor Microenvironment; Oxigene Inc.

Dr. Joseph D. White, biology; $35,431; Camp Swift Grass Fuel Model Development and Fire Effects; Texas Forest Service

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