Baylor University

Research Gazette - January 2004

Jan. 11, 2004

Grant Awards (October)

Dr. Robert Doyle, biology; $24,284; Enhancement of a Three Kilometer Segment of the San Marcos River and Eradication of the Invasive Plant Cryptocoryne; Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Dr. Ralph Wood, religion; $56,000; Reading Tolkien and Living the Virtues; Lilly Fellows Program

Dr. Randy Wood, curriculum and instruction; $4,000; Social Norms Marketing Research Project; Education Development Center, Inc.

Dr. Mike Greenwood, HHPR; $36,350; Effects of Meta-Cel Supplementation on Body Composition, Muscular Performance, and Whole Body Creatine Retention in Resistance Trained Males; iSatori Global Technologies, LLC

Dr. Bryan Brooks, environmental studies; $68,774; Promotion of "Good Data" Efforts of EPA and State Agencies to Support NPDES Decisions; Environmental Protection Agency

Dr. Bryan Brooks, environmental studies, and Dr. Robert Doyle, biology; $31,193; 5c Lake Waco Monitoring 03/04; ENSR Corporation through the City of Waco

Dr. Owen Lind, biology; $44,019; 3b Paleolimnology 03/04; ENSR Corporation through the City of Waco

Dr. Rene Massengale, biology; $65,980; 2f Pathogen 03/04; ENSR Corporation through the City of Waco

Dr. Robert Doyle, biology; $29,395; 2e Internal N 03/04; ENSR Corporation through the City of Waco

Laura Davalos-Lind, biology; $54,752; 2c Algo Assay 03/04; ENSR Corporation through the City of Waco

Dr. Joseph White, biology, and Bruce Byars and Lisa Zygo, CAGSAR; $84,268; Modeling Effort 03/04; ENSR Corporation through the City of Waco

Dr. Owen Lind, biology; $26,258; 2b Sedimentation 03/04; ENSR Corporation through the City of Waco

TOTAL AWARDS: $525,273

Grant Proposals (October)

Dr. Robert Adams, biology; $91,368; The Effects of Automobile Exhaust Emissions on the Severity of Juniper Allergies in Urban Areas; Vivian L. Smith Foundation

Dr. Robert Marks, engineering; $472,720; Software Self Verification and Self Validation: Automatic Generation Using Category Theory; NASA Ames Research Center

Dr. Mark Sepanski, mathematics; $173,812; Virasoro Cohomology and Relative Extremal Projectors; National Science Foundation

Dr. Jo-Ann Tsang, psychology and neuroscience; $19,526; The Development of Gratitude in Children; National Institutes of Health through Southern Methodist University

Dr. Mark Sepanski, mathematics; $26,000; Virasoro Cohomology and Relative Extremal Projectors; National Security Agency

Dr. Robert Adams, biology; $55,185; Induction of Increased Allergies by Air Pollution; George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation

Dr. Brian Raines, mathematics; $123,922; Topology of Spaces Arising From One-Dimensional Dynamics; National Science Foundation

Dr. Scott Yost, physics; $324,028; Precision Studies of Electroweak and Hadronic Interactions; U.S. Department of Energy

Dr. Anzhong Wang, physics; $305,296; Black Holes, Gravitational Collapse and Critical Phenomena in General Relativity and Braneworld Scenarios in N (>3) Dimensions; U.S. Department of Energy

Dr. Gerald Cleaver, physics; $255,000; Parameter Space Investigations of Heterotic Strings, Dual Models and M-Theory Embeddings; U.S. Department of Energy

Dr. Anzhong Wang and Dr. Gerald Cleaver, physics; $781,467; M-Theory Embeddings, Brane-world Scenarios, Blackholes in Their Formation in High Dimensions; U.S. Department of Energy

Dr. Ken Park, physics; $297,882; Mechanisms and Controlling Characteristics in Heteroepitaxial Growth of Organic Thin Films; National Science Foundation

Dr. Russ Duren, engineering; $65,000; F/A-18 Avionics Architecture Study; Naval Postgraduate School

George W. Truett Theological Seminary; $60,000; Overseas Ministry Support for Truett Students; The Harry J. Lloyd Charitable Trust

TOTAL REQUESTED: $3,051,206


Totals courtesy of Baylor University Office of Sponsored Programs and Contracts


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