SEU Portfolio of Significant Active Government Grants, Subawards, and Contracts - Spring 2020
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
SC2, National Institute of General Medical Sciences: A Biomimetic Approach to Elucidating the Role in Disease of the Oxygenase Enzyme Acireductone Dioxygenase (ARD). PI: Santiago Toledo Carrion. Award amount $330,602; grant period 2020-2023.
NIH Cancer Institute: Modeling Cancer Risk and Environmental Exposures Using Residential Histories. Awarded to Virginia Commonwealth University; Subrecipient Co-PI: Montserrat Fuentes, SEU President and Mathematics. Subaward amount $324,221; grant period 2021-2025.
National Science Foundation (NSF)
DUE, Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program: Maker Education and Community Building as Tools to Recruit, Develop, and Retain STEM Teachers. PI: Steven Fletcher; Co-PIs Glenda Ballard, Gary Morris, Mitch Phillipson, and Santiago Toledo. Award amount $1,181,608; grant period 2020-2025.
Improving Undergraduate STEM Education: Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI Program): Institute for Interdisciplinary Science (I4): Preparing Students for the 4th Industrial Revolution. PI: Andrea Holgado, Biological Sciences. Co-PIs: Raychelle Burks, Charles Hauser, Bilal Shebaro, and Paul Walter. Award amount $1,499,950; grant period 2018-2023.
RUI, Division of Integrative Organismal Systems: Examining Molecular Players Integrating Autophagy and Neuronal Development and Maintenance. PI: Andrea Holgado, Biological Sciences. Award amount $634,500; grant period 2017–2023.
IRES Track I: Comparing the influence of economic incentives and land use patterns on the conservation of tropical forests and primates in Panama, Cost Rica, and Uganda. $299,877 awarded to Indiana University; Subrecipient PI: Peter Beck, Environmental Science and Policy. Subaward amount $51,000; grant period 2019-2022.
Department of Education
College Student Migrant Program (CAMP). PI: Sonia Briseno, CAMP Director. Award Amount $2,125,000; grant period 2020–2025.
Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program. PI: Molly Minus, Associate VP Academic Affairs. Award amount $1,189,650: grant period 2017–2022.
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
NIFA; A Conference Proposal for “Building STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture and Mathematics) at Hispanic-Serving Institutions. PI: Gloria White, Director Sponsored Programs. Award amount $50,000; grant period 2019–2022.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
NASA ROSES: Three-dimensional mapping of Texas air quality using a combination of multiple-scale modeling and Pandora monitoring network. Awarded to Baylor University; Subrecipient PD: Mark Estes, Mathematics. Subaward amount $41,676; grant period 2022-2024.
NASA ESSP: Dynamics and Chemistry of the Summer Stratosphere (DCOTSS). Awarded to Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (TAMUCC). Subrecipient PIs: Paul Walter, Physics, and Gary Morris, Environmental Science/Physics. Subaward amount $10,574; grant period 2021-2022.
State of Texas
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ); Air Quality Research Program (AQRP), The University of Texas at Austin subaward to University of Houston: Galveston Offshore Ozone Observations (GO3). SEU subrecipients: Paul Walter and Gary Morris. Subaward amount: $68,260. Grant Period: 2020-2021.
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ); Air Quality Data Collection Support for TRACER-AQ in Houston. Awarded to the University of Houston. Subrecipient PI: Paul Walter, Physics; Co-PIs: Gary Morris, Environmental Science/Physics, and Mark Estes, Mathematics. Subaward amount $42,040; grant period 2021.
Texas Commission on the Arts: Marcia Kinsey Visiting Writers Series at St. Edward’s University. PD: Mary Specht. Award amount $1,250; grant period 2022.
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB): Work-Study Mentorship Program. PI: Gloria White, Director Sponsored Programs. Award amounts total $177,000; Annual funding from 2012–2022. Additional $12,000 awarded for 2021-2022.