Awards and Funding History

KSU HONORS, AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS  (Non-monetary awards)

2012-2013, College of Science and Mathematics, Distinguished Service Award, KSU

2006 College of Science and Mathematics, Distinguished Scholarship Award, KSU
2004 College of Science and Mathematics, Distinguished Service Award, KSU
2003 College of Science and Mathematics, Distinguished Advising Award, KSU
2000 KSU Promising Collaboration Award - Environmental Studies Minor, KSU

KSU HONORS, AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS (Monetary Awards)

2011 Tommy and Beth Holder Faculty Award, KSU Foundation, $4100
2009  College of Science and Mathematics – Distinguished E-learning Award, $750
2009 Tommy and Beth Holder Faculty Award, KSU Foundation, $5150
2007 Kennesaw State University, Distinguished Service Award, Finalist, $500
2005 Major Declaration Incentive Award – College of Science and Mathematics

Externally Funded Projects as PI

Dec. 2011 NSF-DUE-TUES – Collaborative Research: Analytical Method Transfer-Development of Case Studies, $45,207 in collaboration with Dr. Irene Kimaru, St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY  #1141042-  PI.


Feb. 2009 The Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation Inc, Special Grant Program in the Chemical Sciences. $5745. for Pharmaceutical Chemistry Track: A Pathway for the Pre-Pharmacy Students.


April 2006 AAUW Educational Foundation – American Summer/Short-Term Research Publication Grant for 2006-2007 – to write a single-authored manuscript for publication in 8 weeks -$6000 – awarded but declined due to CETL Faculty Fellow Position overlapping the 8 weeks.


Feb. 2004 Merck/AAAS Undergraduate Science Research Program (USRP). $60,000.Funding for three years to support undergraduate research student stipends, supplies and ancillary program.


July. 1999 NSF, NSF-DUE-CCLI-A&I, $99,650, "Interdisciplinary Environmental Program:  Environmental Chemistry Laboratory Course and Field-Based Environmental Science Capstone Course" #9950378.

Externally Funded Projects as Co-PI

July 2002 NSF, NSF-CHE-MRI, $53,305, “Acquisition of a High-End UV-VIS Scanning Spectrometer System” #0215892, Co-PI and  ETACT funding for $53,300– Matching funds to acquire the 3 Cary 50’s and upgrades to the GC’s was obtained due to the NSF grant awarded to Drs. Gwaltney and Koether


Nov. 2000 NSF, NSF-DUE-CCLI-EMD,$74,985, “General Education Environmental Science:  An Interdisciplinary Laboratory Program for the 21st Century” #0088723.

 

 

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