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OSP announces funding recipients

July 1, 2020

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The Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP) congratulates the below investigators who were recently awarded funding to support Seattle University research and initiatives.*

Albers School of Business and Economics

Jennifer Hong | The Effect of Display Location of On-Premise Signage on Consumers’ Attitude and Behaviors | Academic Advisory Council for Signage Research and Education

Center for Community Engagement

AyeNay Abye | Early Learning Home Educational Kits | Bainum Family Foundation

Kent Koth | Annie E. Casey Foundation 2020 Place-Based Justice Network | Annie E. Casey Foundation (renewal)

College of Arts and Sciences

Hye-Kyung Kang, Anne Farina and Aakanksha Sinha | Development of an Open Access Platform of Case Studies for Global Social Work | Katherine A. Kendall Institute for International Social Work Education of the Council on Social Work Education

Christina Roberts | Indigenous Peoples Institute | San Manuel Band of Mission Indians (renewal)

College of Education

Cinda Johnson | Pre-Employment Transition Collaboration and Support | Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, Washington State Department of Social and Health Services

Kerry Soo Von Esch and Patricia Venegas-Weber | Preparing Teachers to Facilitate Asset-based Science & Literacy Discourse in Dual and Multilingual Elementary Classrooms | University of Washington (James S. McDonnell Foundation 21st Century Science Initiative – Understanding Teacher Change and Teachers as Learners)

College of Nursing

Mo-Kyung Sin | Parkinson’s Disease Nursing Student Ambassador Program | Parkinson’s Foundation

College of Science and Engineering

Wes Lauer and Se-Yeun Lee | Joint Venture Agreement: Integrating Infrastructure and Ecosystem | U.S. Forest Service Pacific Northwest Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit (renewal)

School of Law

Lorraine Bannai | Race Rights and National Security: Law and the Japanese Incarceration | Minami Tamakai Yamamuchi Kwok & Lee Foundation

Summer Programs

Lauren Johnson | 2021 Summer Business Institute | U.S. Bank

In addition to the above awardees, we congratulate the 25 investigators from the 10 colleges, schools, programs, and centers who submitted proposals this quarter. This constitutes an over 28-percent increase in submissions over last fiscal year-to-date!

*Note: This list comprises all new and renewed sponsored projects awarded in the second quarter of the current fiscal year (April 1-June 30, 2020). For a complete list of funds awarded in the first, second, and third quarters of fiscal year 2020 please see the October 2019 , January 2020, and April 2020 OSP Observers, respectively.