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  • 1. THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA External Funding 2001—2002
  • 2. TOTAL EXTERNAL AWARDS 2001—2002 $341 million
    • Total Federal: $234.4 million
    • Total Non-Federal: $106.6 million
  • 3. The University of Iowa External Funding: 1968 — 2002 (MILLIONS $)
  • 4. AWARDS BY SOURCE 2001—2002 (MILLIONS $) DHHS—Health and Human Services, DEd—Education, DOD—Defense, NSF—National Science Foundation, NASA—National Aeronautics and Space Administration [State and Universities totals are primarily from federal pass-through funds]
  • 5. TOTAL AWARDS BY PURPOSE 2001—2002 (MILLIONS $)
  • 6. TOTAL AWARDS BY COLLEGE 2001—2002 (MILLIONS $)
  • 7. Selected Awards ARTS AND HUMANITIES
    • Richard De Puma , College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Art and Art History, $40,000 National Endowment for the Humanities, The Aesthetic Seduction: Etruscan Forgeries in Italy, CA. 1850-1950.
    • Adriana Mendez , College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Spanish and Portuguese, $40,000 National Endowment for the Humanities, Transatlantic Pilgrims: Women Traveling in Latin America, 1822-1907.
  • 8. Selected Awards ARTS AND HUMANITIES
    • Kenneth Starck , College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Journalism and Mass Communications, $30,240 US Department of Education, Program for North American Mobility in Higher Education.
    • Russell Valentino , International Programs, Russian, $112,487 US Department of Education, The Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies Iowa Distance Consortium.
  • 9. Selected Awards SOCIAL SCIENCES
    • Peter Blanck , College of Law, $588,756 US Department of Education, Rehabilitation Resource and Training Center (RRTC) on Workforce Investment and Employment Policy for Persons with Disabilities.
    • Nick Colangelo, College of Education, $2,000,000 US Department of Education, Iowa Online Advanced Placement Academy.
  • 10. Selected Awards SOCIAL SCIENCES
    • James A. Hall, College of Medicine, Pediatrics, $750,000 US Department of Health and Human Services, Strengthening Treatment: Drug Abuse by Rural Youth.
    • Burns Weston, International Programs, $900,000 US Department of Labor, Child Labor Research Initiative on the Issue of Abusive and Exploitative Child Labor and Other Labor-Related Issues.
  • 11. Selected Awards PHYSICAL & MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
    • Louis Frank, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Physics and Astronomy, $300,000 US National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Analysis of Images from the Visible Imaging System on the Polar Spacecraft for the International Solar-Terrestrial Physics (ISTP) Mission.
    • Donald Gurnett, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Physics and Astronomy, $174,000 US National Aeronautics and Space Administration, A Proposal for Polar Plasma Wave Investigation (PWI) Data Analysis in the Extended Mission.
  • 12.
    • Yiannis Papelis, College of Engineering, National Advanced Driving Simulation Center, $99,995 US Department of Transportation-National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, National Advanced Driving Simulator (NADS) Low Speed Cueing Validation.
    • Geb Thomas, College of Engineering, Center for Computer-Aided Design, $117,640 US National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Data-Centric Analysis of Science Return for Human-Directed Robotic Geology.
    Selected Awards PHYSICAL & MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
  • 13. Selected Awards PHYSICAL & MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
    • Philip C. Kutzko, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Mathematics, $608,481 US National Science Foundation, Alliance for the Production of African- American PhDs in the Mathematical Sciences.
    • Sarah Larsen, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemistry, $350,000 US Environmental Protection Agency, Development of Nanocrystalline Zeolite Materials as Environmental Catalysts: From Environmentally Benign Synthesis to Emission Abatement.
    • Jack D. Scudder, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Physics and Astronomy, $200,000 US National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Global Geospace Science (GGS) Polar-Hydra Extended Mission Science Investigation.
  • 14. Selected Awards BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    • Johannes W. Hell, College of Medicine, Pharmacology, $501,682 US Department of Health and Human Services, Molecular Basis of Neurological Changes During Aging.
    • Andrew Lidral, College of Dentistry, Dows Institute for Dental Research, $324,486 US Department of Health and Human Services, Cleft Lip Genetics: A Multicenter International Consortium.
    • Paul L. Mulhausen, College of Medicine, Internal Medicine, $935,313 US Department of Education, An Innovative Web-Based Educational Program for Health Care Workers in Long Term Care Facilities.
  • 15. Selected Awards BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    • Jane S. Paulsen, College of Medicine, Psychiatry, $1,988,497 US Department of Health and Human Services, Neurobiological Predictors of Huntington’s Disease.
    • Vicki Ellingrod Ringold, College of Pharmacy, Clinical Hospital Pharmacy, $147,238 US Department of Health and Human Services, Genetics of Antipsychotic Metabolism.
    • Anne Skinstad, College of Public Health, Community and Behavioral Health, $550,000 US Department of Health and Human Services, Prairielands Addiction Technology Transfer Center.
  • 16. Selected Awards BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    • Bento Soares, College of Medicine, Pediatrics, $1,538,916 US Department of Health and Human Services, Brain Molecular Anatomy Project (BMAP): Gene Discovery in the Developing Nervous System.
    • Scott Stuart, College of Medicine, Psychiatry, $581,478 US Department of Health and Human Services, Clinician Managed Interpersonal Psychotherapy.
    • Marita Titler, College of Nursing, $353,737 US Department of Health and Human Services, Nursing Interventions & Outcomes in Three Older Populations.
  • 17. Individuals Awarded One Million Dollars or More 7/01/2001-6/30/2002
  • 18. Individuals Awarded One Million Dollars or More 7/01/2001-6/30/2002
  • 19. The University of Iowa External Funding: 1968—2002 (MILLIONS $)
  • 20. UNIVERSITY OF IOWA External Funding 2001—2002