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Are you thinking about or in the process of applying for a grant? All grant applications must go through FLC's grant proposal process. Here are some resources that will help you through the process:
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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.
Charles Leslie, Community Concert Hall director, received $4,000 from the Western Arts Federation (WESTAF) for the “TourWest Standard 2022-23 award.”
Bill Collins, professor of Chemistry, received $64,328 from the Biomedical Learning and Student Training (BLaST) Program at the University of Alaska Fairbanks funded by the National Institutes of Health for a faculty pilot project “Natural Products as Antivirals.”
Alan Kasprak, assistant professor of Geosciences, received $4,255 from the US Department of the Interior National Park Service for a project entitled, “Geomorphic Monitoring of Mancos River Restoration Activities.”
Candace Nadon, Academic & Creative Enrichment Coordinator for the Academic Hub, received $200,000 from The Teagle Foundation through the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to launch “Kaleidoscapes Learning Circle.”
Mary Shepherd, executive director of the Small Business Development Center, received $280,000 from the Colorado Department of Economic Development and International Trade (COEDIT) through the U.S. Department of Treasury for SBDC American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Funding.
Marya Corrigan, director of TRIO Programs-Upward Bound, received $1,488,005 from the U.S. Department of Education for the “TRIO Upward Bound 2022-2027.”
Callie Cole, associate professor of Chemistry, received $14,664 from the American Society of Brewing Chemists for a project entitled “Combining Sensory and Analytical Tools (HS-SPME-GC-MS) to Elucidate Hop Biotransformation and the Aroma Imparted by Hops in Beer.”
Marya Corrigan, director of TRIO Programs-Upward Bound, received $2,581 from the Colorado Department of Education for the “Colorado Summer Food Service Program 2022.”