Michael Richardson, Psychology, "Sigma Xi's Young Investigator Award".
William Connick, Chemistry, "Tailoring the Colorimetric and Luminescence Response of Supported Platinum (II) Salts for Aqueous Ion Sensing", National Science Foundation, $450,000.
David Stradling, McMicken College of Arts and Sciences, "University of Cincinnati Next Generation Humanities PhD Planning Grant" National Endowment for the Humanities, $25K & $25K University of Cincinnati.
Aaron Diefendorf, Geology, "Collaborative Research: Identifying basin-specific controls on isotopic and chronological offsets of lake sediment leaf wax hydrogen isotope records" National Science Foundation, (UC portion) $222,636.
Aaron Diefendorf, Geology, "Evaluating plant carbon isotope fractionation as a pCO2 proxy for the geologic record", National Science Foundation (EAR), $138,189.
Mike Riley (A&S); Suzanne Boyce (CAHS); and Douglas Mast (CEAS),"Improving Speech Motor Performance with Simplified Visual Targets from Ultrasound", Office of the Vice President for Research, $100,000.
Tamera Lorenz (A&S/CEAS); Mike Richardson (A&S); Manish Kumar (CEAS) Anca Ralescu (CEAS); and Adam Kiefer (COM), "Development of a Neurophysiologically Integrated Exoskeleton for Sit-to-Stand Transition Support Based on Multimodal Action Intent Recognition", Office of the Vice President for Research, $100,000.
Bill Heineman (A&S); Noe Alvarez (CEAS); Erin Haynes (COM); and Vesselin Shanov, "Cadmium Sensor for Water and Body Fluids", Office of the Vice President for Research, $35,000.
Robert Buckingham, Math, "New Directions in the Asymptotics of Nonlinear Waves", National Science Foundation, $208,916.
Yanyu Xiao, Math, "Models for the transmission and dispersal of vector-borne diseases," Simons Foundation, $35.000.
Andrew Lorent, Math, "Calculus of Variations, Quasiregular Analysis and Differential Inclusions", Simons Foundation, $35.000.
Thomas Beck, Chemistry, "Quantum Models of Ion Solvation Thermodynamics", National Science Foundation, Chemical Theory, Models, and Computational Methods (CTMC), $434,999.
Grace Thome, Romance Languages, "A Trip to the Arab World - Individual, Family, and Community, National Security Agency, STARTALK Program: National Foreign Language Center at the University of Maryland, $76,827.
Department of Chemistry, "Commitment to Diversity Inclusive Excellence", Exemplary Department, Office of the Provost, $40,000.
Department of Physics, Commitment to Diversity Inclusive Excellence Exemplary Department-Runner Up, Office of the Provost, $20,000.