Baylor University

Research Gazette - May 2004

May 4, 2004

Grant Awards (February)

Dr. Brian Raines, mathematics; $30,864; Mathematics-Moore Method; Educational Advancement Foundation

Dr. Melanie McEwen; Louise Herrington School of Nursing; $5,645; Hepatitis B and Influenza Immunizations: Patterns Among Registered Nurses; American Nurses Foundation

Dr. Michela Ritter; communication sciences and disorders; $42,956; Rite Care Camp Success 2004; Waco Scottish Rite Learning Center/Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation

TOTAL AWARDS: $79,465


Grant Proposals (February)

Dr. Peter Maurer, computer science; $183,294; Using Generalized Symmetries to Enhance Simulation Speed for VLSI Circuits; National Science Foundation

Dr. Russ Duren, engineering; $29,246; Signal Processing with a Reconfigurable Computer; Naval Postgraduate School

Dr. Michela Ritter; communication sciences and disorders; $42,956; Rite Care Camp Success 2004; Waco Scottish Rite Learning Center/Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation

Dr. Brian Raines, mathematics; $30,864; Mathematics -- Moore Method; Educational Advancement Foundation

Dr. Dovalee Dorsett, information systems; $123,113; Formulate and Test a Mathematical Theory of School Accountability; National Science Foundation

Dr. Peter Maurer, computer science; $183,294; Random Benchmarking of EDA Algorithms; National Science Foundation

Dr. Robert Adams, biology; $152,000; Assembling the Tree of Life of Conifers; National Science Foundation through Kent State University

Dr. Bob Marks, engineering; $50,000; Collective Behavior of Biological Swarms: System Modeling, Analysis, and Algorithmic Development for Distributed Dynamic Resource Allocation Problems; California Institute of Technology's Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Dr. Walter Wilcox, physics; $127,456; Algorithms for Hadron Structure in Lattice QCD; National Science Foundation

Dr. Peter Maurer, computer science; $183,294; Improving the Power and Portability of Binary-Component Technologies; National Science Foundation

Dr. Byron Newberry, engineering; $76,000; Professional Development Fellowship for the Philosophical History of Modern Engineering; National Science Foundation

Dr. Byron Johnson, sociology; $119,025; Implementing Fatality Review in the Department of Defense: A National Training Conference; U.S. Dept. of Justice

TOTAL REQUESTED: $1,300,542


Courtesy of Baylor Office of Sponsored Programs and Contracts

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