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  • 1. Special Grant Program in the Chemical Sciences Institution Awardee Department Project Award 2007 Brigham Young University Adam T. Woolley Chemistry and Microchip Separations in Undergraduate Chemistry $40,000 Biochemistry Laboratories California Science Center Sue L. Neuen Amgen Center for Orange County Middle School Physical Science Symposium & $17,652 Science Learning Professional Development Program Chemical Heritage Foundation Stephen Lyons Moreno/Lyons Today’s Chemical Explorers $49,700 Productions, LLC Columbia College Chicago Zafra Lerman Science Education “Workshop to develop a Middle East K-16 curriculum through $25,000 environmental education” Columbia University Darcy B. Kelley Biological Sciences Developing Chemistry Modules for quot;Frontiers of Sciencequot; Course $45,000 at Columbia University Howard University Charles M. Hosten Chemistry Science and Public Policy for an Undergraduate Curriculum $45,000 Iona College Sunghee Lee Chemistry Dynamic Video Microscopy in Undergraduate Chemistry $25,000 Education Molecular Frontiers Foundation Richard N. Zare Department of Molecular Frontiers Best Question Competition $25,000 Chemistry Mount Holyoke College Sean M. Decatur Chemistry Assessing and Strengthening the Pipeline of Underrepresented $36,000 Minorities into Successful Undergraduate Science Degrees Museum of Science, Boston M.J. Morse Current Science and Connecting the Public to Chemistry $20,000 Technology Center Northeastern University Patricia A. Mabrouk Chemistry & Chemical Web-GURU: Web-Based Guide to Research for Undergraduates $47,754 Biology Oklahoma School of Science and A.K.Fazlur Rahman Chemistry Exploring Alternative Energy Resources : A Research Project for $5,900 Mathematics High School Students Oregon Museum of Science and Marilyn Johnson Education Chemistry in the K-8 Classroom $45,000 Industry Portland State University Scott M. Reed Chemistry Chem Map: Mapping the Chemistry of Everyday Materials $30,000 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Sara L. McIntosh Chemistry and “Whodunit?” The Science of Crime Scenes” $11,616 Chemical Biology Sciencenter Rae E.M. Ostman Education Science Museum Chemistry Programs for School and Family $30,943 Audiences Simmons College Leonard J. Soltzberg Chemistry Extending the Research Experience into Early Undergraduate $33,000 Chemistry Laboratories Stanford University Michael D. Fayer Chemistry Retaining and Revitalizing Chemistry Teachers Through Summer $25,000 Research Fellowships
  • 2. Special Grant Program in the Chemical Sciences Institution Awardee Department Project Award The Discovery Museums Denise LeBlanc Science Discovery Community Chemistry: Engaging K-8 Students with Hands-on $17,614 Museum chemistry to Find the Extraordinary in the Everyday from Molecules to the Professions The New York Academy of Karin E. Pavese Programs Green Science & Environmental Systems Discussion Group at $23,900 Sciences The New York Academy of Sciences The Pennsylvania State University Andrew L. Zydney Chemical Engineering Hands-On Product Design Experience in Chemical Engineering at $39,000 The Pennsylvania State University The Rockefeller University Bonnie Kaiser Precollege Science Synergy through Inquiry: A Pilot Project of The Rockefeller $75,000 Education University Science Outreach Program to Test and Track Inquiry-Based Approaches to Chemistry Learning The University of North Carolina John M. Papanikolas Chemistry Virtual Substance: A Tool for Teaching Science Inquiry from $30,000 Middle School to Physical Chemistry The University of North Carolina Todd R. Boyette Morehead Science 360: Today's Chemistry $50,000 Planetarium and Science Center University of California, Berkeley Jay D. Keasling Chemical Engineering Addressable cell-cell communication in Escherichia coli $49,000 University of Pennsylvania Larry Gladney Physics A seed grant for the design and implementation of $58,800 Concept-Focused Short Courses for continuing content preparation of secondary school chemistry teachers Western Washington University David L. Patrick Chemistry Beyond the Individual Molecule Paradigm: Introducing $28,000 Nanomaterials Across the Curriculum WGBH Jessica Cashdan Foundation The Percy Julian Collection: Multi-Media Resources for $50,000 Development Teachers and Students Whitman College Frank M. Dunnivant Chemistry An Analytical Instrumentation Center for the Natural Sciences – $50,000 Purchase of an Iductively Coupled Plasma Mass-Spectrometer System 2006 Colorado State University Anthony K. Rappe Chemistry Many Minds Chemistry Program $38,000 Exploratorium Charles C. Carlson Life Sciences Biochemical Connections: New Exhibits for the Exploratorium $25,000 Traits of Life Collection Georgia Institute of Technology Pete J. Ludovice Chemical & Scaffolded Molecular Modeling Educational Modules $32,700 Biomolecular Engineering Indiana State University Stephen F. Wolf Chemistry Incorporation of X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry into an $29,000 Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Study of the Environment Laboratories for Learning Jeffrey M. Stern Forensic Chemistry: Solving Crimes and Exploring Careers in the $16,000 Chemical Sciences
  • 3. Special Grant Program in the Chemical Sciences Institution Awardee Department Project Award Maryland Science Center Tonya M. Matthews Exhibits Innovating chemistry education and expanding the pipeline with $35,000 open-access, immersive laboratory experiences at the Maryland Science Center New York Hall of Science Martin Weiss Science Chemistry and the Search for Life Beyond Earth—a Hands-on $200,000 Discovery Lab (working title) North Central College Paul F. Brandt Chemistry Creative Workshops for K-12 Science Educators $19,100 Oregon Museum of Science and Marilyn Johnson Education Chemistry in the K-8 Classroom $20,000 Industry Portland State University Virginia E. Fox Saturday Academy Nanoscience and Chemistry Educational Outreach to Students of $18,000 the Pacific Northwest Purdue University William G. Bayley Chemistry Science Express-Bring Research Grade Instrumentation to High $55,500 Schools in Indiana Science Buddies Courtney Corda Kenneth Lafferty Development and Operation of a quot;Chemistry Interest Areaquot; for $45,000 Hess Family Science Buddies' quot;Topic Selection Wizardquot; Charitable Foundation Skidmore College Raymond J. Giguere Chemistry Molecules That Matter: a unique, nationally touring museum $55,000 exhibition focusing on the scientific and cultural significance of organic molecules in the twentieth century. Stevens Institute of Technology Ajay K. Bose Chemistry & Chemical Water-based reactions and friction-based chemistry for teaching $0 Biology greener chemistry in high schools The University of Chicago Laurie J. Butler Chemistry The Pre- and Post-Freshman Summers: Strategic Mentoring for $70,000 Careers in the Chemical Sciences University of California, Berkeley John M. Prausnitz Chemical Engineering Education in Humanities and Social Relevance for Chemical $30,000 Engineering Students: The Bronowski Project University of California, Santa Daniel E. Morse Molecular, Cellular Environmental Chemical Signals Bring New Life to Coral Reefs: $19,982 Barbara and Developmental Development of New Interdisciplinary Teaching and Public Biology Education University of California, Santa Dale E. Seborg Chemical Engineering Modernizing the Instructional Chemical Engineering Laboratory $48,415 Barbara at the University of California, Santa Barbara University of Colorado Sandra L. Laursen Ethnography & What Do We Know about What Works? Review of US $63,388 Evaluation Research Foundations, Programs in K-12 Chemistry Education (E&ER) University of Delaware Joseph M. Fox Chemistry and The Path to Synthesis, An Animated Movie of the $39,940 Biochemistry Enantioselective Total Synthesis of (-)-Strychnine. University of Massachusetts Louis A. Roberts Biochemistry and High-Throughput Instrumentation for a Novel Multidisciplinary $40,000 Amherst Molecular Biology Laboratory Course for Biochemistry, Chemistry, and Chemical Engineering Students
  • 4. Special Grant Program in the Chemical Sciences Institution Awardee Department Project Award University of Massachusetts Julian F. Tyson Chemistry Embedding Research Experiences Early in the Undergraduate $35,000 Amherst Chemistry Curriculum University of Puerto Rico-Arecibo Ana M. García Physics/Chemistry Project CHEMPRO: Incorporating Hands-On Experiences and $32,300 Campus Simulations in Chemical Processes to High School Students and Science Teachers Young Science Achievers, Inc. Jorge L. Valdes Board of Directors The Young Science Achievers Chemistry Program $10,000 2005 Alliance for Education Kathryn Kelsey Exhibitions Promoting K-12 Student Achievement in Chemistry $22,120 American Chemical Society Rudy M. Baum Chemical & A summer science writing internship at Chemical & Engineering $6,000 Engineering News News American Chemical Society Denise L. Creech Membership Division American Chemical Society Scholars Program, a scholarship, $100,000 mentoring, and summer research program to encourage minority undergraduate students into degrees and careers in chemistry. American Chemical Society John M. Malin International Workshop on Air and Water Quality in the Middle East - A $25,000 Activities Bridge to Peace and International Development American Psychological Rena F. Subotnik Education Directorate THE CATALYST PROGRAM: Delineating the Path to Eminence $102,342 Association in Chemical Science for Gifted Adolescents Bronx High School of Science Fanny K. Ennever Physical Science Continuation of quot;Developing an inquiry-based laboratory $27,500 curriculum for high-school chemistry courses Columbia University George W. Flynn Chemistry Small Wonders: A Media Project on Nanoscale Science and $75,000 Technology COSI Toledo Samuel B. Dean Exhibitions Science Cafe $28,200 Elementary Institute of Science Amelia Cacho Science Chemical Science Enrichment for Children $25,378 (EIS) Emory University Stefan Lutz Chemistry Advanced undergraduate research laboratory - novel $25,000 biocatalysts from combinatorial libraries of metagenomic DNA Filmmakers Collaborative Stephen E. Lyons To support Phase 1 of The Mystery of Matter, a primtime PBS $58,250 television seriest on the history of chemistry. Grand Valley State University Deborah G. Herrington Chemistry Target Inquiry - Bringing Inquiry to the Classroom Through $116,750 Research, Inquiry Materials Adaptation, and Implementation: Professional Development for High School Chemistry Teachers Great Lakes Science Center Jennifer C. Radwan Public Programs Mission Chemistry - Stimulating Interest and Increasing $19,650 Understanding of Chemical Sciences at the Great Lakes Science Center.
  • 5. Special Grant Program in the Chemical Sciences Institution Awardee Department Project Award Hamilton College Karen S. Brewer Chemistry Materials Chemistry Project Laboratories for Descriptive $36,500 Inorganic Chemistry Harvey Mudd College Hal Van Ryswyk Chemistry The Chemistry of Lead-Contamination from Vehicle Emissions: $20,000 A Project in Science and Public Safety Oregon State University Christine Pastorek Chemistry Introducing fiber optic coupled miniature CCD spectrometers in $28,349 teaching chemistry Rockefeller University Paul Nurse President $100,000 Stonehill College Louis Liotta Chemistry Project SUCCESS (Stonehill Undergraduate Collaboration with $28,959 Community Educators and Secondary Students) The Discovery Museums Denise LeBlanc Education Super Sleuths: Taking the Mystery Out of Chemistry $16,296 The Pennsylvania State University Paul C. Painter Materials Science and Development of a quot;Natural History of Polymersquot; CD $18,000 Engineering University of Arkansas at Pine Peter A. Iyere Chemistry and Physics Weekend/Summer Chemistry Reinforcement Program for $23,198 Bluff Minority High School Students University of California, Berkeley Robert G. Bergman Chemistry Chemistry in the Classroom: A Collaboration between UC $20,000 Berkeley Chemistry Department and Community Resources for Science University of California, Davis Mike Stieff School of Education Incorporating Simulations and Modeling in General Chemistry $34,321 University of California, Davis Susan C. Tucker Chemistry Teaching Collaborative Outreach: An Educational Program for $0 Visual Communication of the Chemical Sciences University of California, San Sherry L. Seethaler Division of Physical Molecules for the Media (Press Workshops and Website) $50,000 Diego Sciences University of California, Santa Petra A. M. Van Koppen Chemistry and Outreach Program to Improve Educational Opportunities for $24,661 Barbara Biochemistry K-12 students: A Hands-On Inquiry-Based Approach to Teaching Physical Science in the Fifth Grade University of California, Santa Walter Kohn Physics The Power of the Sun $78,120 Barbara University of Connecticut Arthur W. Dimock Chemistry Summer Chemistry Blast! $19,400 University of Notre Dame Douglas A. Miller Chemistry & Application of XRF spectrophotometry in a chemistry based $20,000 Biochemistry community service course University of South Dakota Mary T. Berry Chemistry Bridging Native American Culture and Chemistry: $25,000 Undergraduate Research in Natural Products Isolation and Derivatization. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and Timothy E. Long Chemistry Mentoring Academic Growth in our Communities (MAGIC): $48,000 State University Teaming Research Universities with Regional Science Museums
  • 6. Special Grant Program in the Chemical Sciences Institution Awardee Department Project Award 2004 American Chemical Society Helen M. Free Project 'Be Visible:' Part II - An initiative of the American $54,000 Chemical Society The ACS PROGRESS/Dreyfus Lectureship Bronx High School of Science Fanny K. Ennever Physical Science Developing an inquiry-based laboratory curriculum for $27,500 high-school chemistry courses Case Western Reserve University Lawrence M. Sayre Chemistry Introduction of modern mass spectrometry into the upper division $40,000 undergraduate chemistry curriculum at CWRU Claremont McKenna College Thomas Poon Joint Science Active learning through instructional technology: integration of $18,741 Quicktime tutorials in the organic chemistry curriculum Concordia College Drew Rutherford Chemistry Implementing student-designed research projects in the organic $10,500 chemistry course: the pet molecule project Earth & Sky Inc. Deborah Byrd Production The Earth & Sky radio series' Chemistry Everyday Programming $56,776 Hendrix College Liz U. Gron Chemistry Filling the void: educating environmentally responsible citizens $17,000 and scientists through green, environmental chemistry Illinois State University Robert W. Quandt Chemistry Integrating Lasers and Computational Chemistry into $27,000 Undergraduate Physical Chemistry Instruction Lafayette College H. David Husic Chemistry Establishment of a consortium for educational and research $15,000 opportunities in the chemical and molecular aspects of plant science Lee University Johnny L. Evans Natural Sciences and The Elementary EXperience - Chemistry Instructioal Toolbox $30,000 Mathematics Project(EXCIT!): A chemistry-based professional development program for K-5 teachers Massachusetts Institute of Stephen Lippard Chemistry $500,000 Technology Northwestern University Hilary A. Godwin Chemistry Integrating Discovery-Based Learning Modules Into The General $15,000 Chemistry Curriculum Saint Mary's College of California Steven J. Bachofer Chemistry Extending the Quantum Theory and electron transitions $17,000 curricular thread: benefiting Chemistry and the Community State University of New York, Eugene S. Stevens Chemistry Integration of polymer/plastics technologies across the $20,000 Binghamton curriculum Stevens Institute of Technology Ajay K. Bose Chemistry and Green Chemistry lab training for high schools: microwave $35,000 Chemical Biology reactios and grindstone chemistry University of California, Berkeley Carolyn R. Bertozzi Chemistry and UCB Chemical Biology Graduate Program $11,400 Molecular and Cell Biology
  • 7. Special Grant Program in the Chemical Sciences Institution Awardee Department Project Award University of California, Berkeley Keith Alexander Chemical Engineering A proposal to develop a product development and manufacturing $125,000 component to the PhD program in chemical engineering at Berkeley University of California, Los Sarah H. Tolbert Chemistry and Enriching science education in LA Unified School District $35,000 Angeles Biochemistry through hands-on experiments in nanoscience and nanotechnology University of California, Santa Leroy E. Laverman Chemistry and An Integrated Laser Spectroscopy Platform for the $28,800 Barbara Biochemistry Undergraduate Physical Chemistry Laboratory University of Illinois at James M. Lisy Chemistry Chemistry merit program for emerging scholars: addressing the $58,500 Urbana-Champaign manpower pipeline problem University of Minnesota Michael T. Bowser Chemistry Introduction of capillary electrophoresis to an undergraduate $30,000 teaching laboratory Vassar College Eric S. Eberhardt Chemistry Completing the central Dogma for undergraduate chemists and $35,000 biochemists through Real-Time PCR Vassar College Stuart L. Belli Chemistry Environmental mercury analysis as a bridge between analytical $25,000 chemistry and social policy Wake Education Partnership Jan Genzer Chemical Engineering Kenan Fellows: Partnering research and secondary education to $13,246 advance the science of chemistry 2003 American Association for the Judith D. Kass Education and Human Strengthening the minority component of the chemical sciences $55,000 Advancement of Science Resources Programs and the AAAS Science and Engineering Fellows Program American Chemical Society Mary M. Kirchhoff Green Chemistry Green chemistry case studies for business schools: integrating $25,000 Institute science, economics, and the environment American Chemical Society John M. Malin International Conference support $25,000 Activities Central Michigan University Bradley D. Fahlman Chemistry Development of supercritical fluid applications for $25,000 undergraduate laboratories Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Rodney Miller Institutional Seeking the Secret of Life: DNA in NY $35,000 Advancement DePauw University David T. Harvey Chemistry An introductory project-based laboratory curriculum $20,000 emphasizing thermodynamics, equilibria, and kinetics Georgia Southern University Jeffrey Orvis Chemistry An alliance between chemists and teachers: bringing scientists $25,000 into the primary and middle school classrooms of rural south Georgia Hamilton College George C. Shields Chemistry The development of a national model for increasing the number of $35,000 chemistry majors
  • 8. Special Grant Program in the Chemical Sciences Institution Awardee Department Project Award Juniata College Richard R. Hark Chemistry Atomic Spectroscopy across the chemistry curriculum: $30,000 introduction of x-ray fluorescence (XRF) and laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) instrumentation Mississippi University for Women Nancy N. Bryson Science and A spectroscopy workshop for high school girls $13,872 Mathematics Oklahoma School of Science and Jan F. Post Chemistry Tomorrow's chemists. A proposal for an in-house chemistry $9,500 Mathematics research program. Pepperdine University Jane A. Ganske Natural Science Improving our nation's air quality: a laboratory curriculum that $25,000 Division empowers students to comprehend and communicate the issues Princeton University Andrew B. Bocarsly Chemistry Partners in Science in the New York–New Jersey area $174,000 Sciencenter Robert G. Silberman Exhibits Sciencenter teenage docent interactive chemistry programs $25,000 Stanford University Curtis W. Frank Chemical Engineering Developing curricula and exhibits based upon cutting-edge $31,000 polymer research The University of Arizona Avelino E. Saez Chemical and Integrated interdisciplinary laboratory experience: $25,000 Environmental environmentally benign process for encapsulating toxic wastes Engineering University of California, Irvine Gregory A. Weiss Department of Equipment for undergraduate chemical biology laboratory $27,500 Chemistry experiments University of Pennsylvania Hai-Lung Dai Chemistry The Dreyfus Chemistry Education Resource Center: a catalyst $40,000 for implementing excellence in the teaching and learning of chemistry University of Washington Daniel T. Schwartz Chemical Engineering Integrating microfluidic experiments in the chemical engineering $25,000 curriculum Villanova University Carol A. Bessel Chemistry Incorporation of capillary electrophoresis into the arts and $22,500 sciences curriculum Virginia Tech Gary Long Chemistry Creating educational partnerships with local industry and local $25,000 school systems via the Mobile Chemistry Laboratory of Virginia Tech Westmont College Stanley E. Anderson Chemistry Using the diversity of nuclear nagnetic nesonance applications to $30,000 develop student versatility and ingenuity Wheaton College Laura J. Muller Chemistry A FT-IR microscope for trace component analysis of paint to $30,000 rocks and food to microbes Yale University Alanna Schepartz Chemistry Marie Curie symposium $5,000

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