Baylor University

Research Gazette - February 2004

Feb. 5, 2004

Grant Awards (November)

Dr. Robert Adams, biology; $68,894; Molecular Phylogeny of Juniperus of the World; National Science Foundation through Kent State University

Dr. John Dunbar and Dr. Peter Allen, geology; $3,000; Sediment Core Sampling; Texas Water Development Board

Pam Wilder and Dennis Myers, Piper Child Development Center; $35,000; Say Yes to Access Research and Development; LGR Foundation

Dr. Robert Yinger, School of Education; $246,000; Delta Program: Assessing and Reclaiming Teacher Education; Houston Endowment Inc.

Dr. Diana Garland, School of Social Work; $4,000; Faith-based Social Work Conference; Windgate Charitable Foundation

TOTAL AWARDS: $356,894

Grant Proposals (November)

Dr. Jay R. Dittman, physics; $518,710; Precision Top Quark Physics with Jets at Hadron Colliders; U.S. Dept. of Energy

Dr. Bennie F.L. Ward, physics; $2,431,352; Elementary Particle Physics at Baylor University; U.S. Dept. of Energy

Kim Mencken, economics; $73,921; The Economics of Space: A Curriculum for Educators in Grades K-6; U.S. Dept. of Education

Dr. Pauline Johnson, nursing; $22,000; Advance Education Nursing Traineeship (AENT) Program; U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration

Dr. Kevin Pinney, chemistry and biochemistry; $100,000; Vascular Targeting Agents (VTAs) for Cancer Chemotherapy and the Treatment of Wet Age-Related Macular Degeneration; OXiGENE Inc.

Dr. Beck Taylor, economics; $63,865; Incomes and Outcomes: A Seven-Year Longitudinal Study of School Achievement in First Grade; Spencer Foundation thru Harvard University

Dr. Robert Adams, biology; $25,000; Determination of Mycorrhizal Utilization by Vetivers; Wallace Genetic Foundation

Dr. Ron Bradshaw, HHPR; $33,110; Efficacy of Zinc Preparation in Reducing the Duration and Severity of the Common Cold in Healthy College Students; RGK Foundation

TOTAL REQUESTED: $3,267,958


Courtesy of Baylor Office of Sponsored Programs and Contracts

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