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

Grant application materials available

Application materials are available for the 2018-19 Creative Arts and Humanities Grants Program. This program supports TWU faculty projects in areas that ordinarily have limited opportunity to receive

Gumienny, Bergel awarded NIH grant

Correction: Biology faculty members Tina Gumienny and Michael Bergel have been awarded a $130,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health for their project that investigates whether aging affects

Guidelines available for travel grant programs

The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs is now accepting applications to two different 2018-2019 travel grant programs.The Travel Assistance Fund program enables faculty to defray some of the

Grant program application materials available

Application materials for the Proposal Development Grant Program for Fall 2018 now are available. Proposals will be due Tuesday, July 24. The program provides release time or summer salary to a

Hersch awarded Veterans Affairs grant

Gayle Hersch (occupational therapy, Houston) has been awarded a $6,000 grant from the Tuscaloosa Veterans Affairs Medical Center for her study to adapt and develop Montessori Activity Programming for

Keele, Lewis receive nursing research grant

Rebecca Keele (nursing, Denton) and Audra Lewis have been awarded $5,000 from the National League of Nursing (jointly funded with the Southern Nursing Research Society) for Lewis’ dissertation

EPA grant to start next phase of Butterfly Garden

Biology faculty members Camelia Maier, Diana Elrod and Claire Sahlin (biology and multicultural women’s and gender studies) have been awarded $75,000 from the Environmental Protection Agency for their

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