Creative Arts & Humanities Grants Program materials available

The Creative Arts and Humanities Grants Program supports TWU faculty projects that ordinarily have limited opportunity to receive external grant funding, yet have the potential to enhance scholarship

Chancellor's Research Fellows applications due March 21

Guidelines and application information for the 2019-2020 Chancellor’s Research Fellows program are now available. The Chancellor’s Research Fellows Program provides support to promising scholars and

Proposal Development Grant application materials available

Application materials for the Proposal Development Grant Program for Summer 2019 now are available from the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. Proposals are due Tuesday, Feb. 19. The program

Gumienny awarded USDA grant

Tina Gumienny (biology) has been awarded a $100,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for her project aimed at identifying surface coat lipids of a free‐living roundworm and a pig

Moore, Evans among PIs on federal library grant

TWU School of Library and Information Studies faculty members Jennifer Moore and Sarah Evans are two of the three co-principal investigators of a $46,000 Institute of Museums and Library Services

Amerih awarded for study

Husny Amerih (occupational therapy, Denton) has been awarded a $60,000 subcontract from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee as the TWU site PI for a field-initiated development grant from National

Pislariu awarded Noble Research Institute subcontract

Catalina Pislariu (biology) has been awarded a $330,000 subcontract from the Noble Research Institute on a grant from the National Science Foundation for her project to establish symbiotic

TARGET (Equipment) Program applications available

Applications are available for the 2018-2019 TARGET (Equipment) Program and are due Monday, Oct. 29. Approximately $410,000 has been allocated for equipment to support faculty teaching and research.

Du awarded grant for flavor study at TWU

Xiaofen Du (nutrition & food sciences) has been awarded a $64,000 grant from Firmenich Aromatics for her study of consumer liking for flavored waters with sugar reduction at different levels. Formula

Averitt awarded NIH grant for study of trigeminal pain

Dayna Averitt (biology) was awarded a $385,000 National Institutes of Health grant for her project that will evaluate the potential for hormone modulation of serotonin’s ability to turn on pain

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