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William Nollet, associate professor of Physics & Engineering, received $150,000 from the US Department of Energy through the University of Michigan for “Advancing Diffusion Bonding for Compact Heat Exchangers: Development of enabling Fabrication Technology for Compact Heat Exchangers for Advanced Reactors.”
Stella Zhu, basic needs coordinator, received $159,999 from the US Department of Agriculture Rural Development for a “Community Facilities Grant,” which will fund new equipment for the Grub Hub.
Steven Fenster, interim dean, professor of Biology, and NIH U-RISE program director, received $378,000 from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) for the “Inclusive Excellence Award 3.”
Don May, professor of Physics & Engineering, received $120,000 from the National Science Foundation through Colorado State University for the Louis Stoke New STEM Pathways and Research Alliance: Rocky Mountain Alliance for Minority Participation (RM-LSAMP).
Kendra Gallegos Reichle, director of Student Well-being, and Stella Zhu, basic needs coordinator, received $5,404 from the US Department of Agriculture and the Colorado Department of Human Services for a “SNAP Outreach 2023” award.
Kenny Miller, professor of Chemistry, received $190,000 from the US Department of Energy (DOE) through the University of California Irvine, to support research in “Ensembles of Photosynthetic Nanoreactors (EPN).”
Christine Smith, Undergraduate Research support coordinator and adjunct instructor of Biology, received $50,320 from Intuitive Foundation, Inc. for the “Pay It Forward” project.
Cheryl Nixon, provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, and Steven Fenster, interim dean, professor of Biology, and NIH U-RISE program director, received $25,000 from the National Science Foundation for the “NSF Taking Action: COVID-19 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Challenge.”
Nik Kendziorski, archives manager for the Center of Southwest Studies, received $5,000 from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board (CHRAB) for the “Digitizing Voices of the Southwest.”
Alana Romans, director of Academic Affairs, received $371,000 from Wend II, Inc. for the Springboard Fellowship in partnership with Colorado Mesa University that will support the social capital development of our underserved, first generation, and Indigenous students.