APU Grants HUB

Office of Research and Grants (ORG)

GRANTS SUBMISSIONS -> $21,289,628
July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021
(by source and in alphabetical order by project leader)

GOVERNMENT

Federal, State, Local Government(prime or subaward)

FUNDING REQUESTS TO DATE
$18,480,973

Kathleen Bautista (SOE). Interdisciplinary Special Education (SPED) Preparation in Azusa. Submitted to U.S. Department of Education. ($1,162,185)
Everette Brooks (OMVS). Center of Excellence for Veteran Student Success. Submitted to U.S. Department of Education. ($445,816)
Sabrina Freedman (SON). Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training (BHWET): Program for Professionals. Submitted to U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration. ($1,912,603)
Louise Huang (CLAS). Aerospace Workforce Development Program 2020 Proposal. Submitted to California Space Grant Consortium / NASA. ($10,000)
Rachel Gonzales-Castaneda (BAS). Project TREE: Treatment and Recovery Services Enhancement and Expansion for Youth and their Families. Submitted to the US Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). ($2,671,591)
Rachel Gonzales-Castaneda (BAS). Efficacy of reSET App Behavioral Treatment for Methamphetamine Use Disorder. Submitted to the U.S. D.H.H.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH). ($2,345,229)
Rachel Gonzales-Castaneda (BAS). Training and Technical Assistance Services (Substance Use Disorder Services). Submitted to the California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions (CIBHS) / Prime sponsor: LA County Department of Public Health. ($252,800)
Michelle LaPorte (Provost Office). TRIO Talent Search. Submitted to U.S. Department of Education. ($1,386,871)
Sally Mansour (BAS/CCC). FY2021 National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative - Category III. Submitted to U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. ($1,918,448)
Sally Mansour (BAS/CCC). Garrett Lee Smith (GLS) Campus Suicide Prevention. Submitted to U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. ($297,686)
Sally Mansour, Rachel Gonzales-Castaneda, Kathryn Ecklund (BAS/CCC). Youth Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT). Submitted to U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. ($3,244,485)
Ruth Mielke (SON). Nurse Workforce Diversity: High Desert/Inland Empire - Diversity, Equity, Success (HI-DES) Program. Submitted to U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration. ($2,218,350)
Christopher Newman (BAS). Harnessing the Power of Black Excellence in Physics and Astronomy. Submitted to USC / Prime Sponsor: US National Science Foundation. ($18,000)
Jennifer Shepard Payne (BAS). POOF: A Culturally Tailored Intervention for African American Trauma, based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Submitted to the U.S. D.H.H.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH). ($289,566)
April Hoy Reed (Athletics). CARE 2.0 Amendment 8. Submitted to University of Michigan / NCAA / U.S. Department of Defense ($31,250)
Kathleen Ruccione (SON). Children's Oncology Group. Submitted to Public Health Institute / Prime: National Institutes of Health (NIH) ($7,500)
Sandor Volkan-Kacso (CLAS). Theory and simulation of concerted steps in biolmolecular nanomotors. Submitted to National Science Foundation (NSF). ($233,598)
Mary Wong (CLAS). Supporting Inclusive Academic Excellence in APU's Study Away Initiatives. Submitted to IDEAS Study Away / U.S. Department of State. ($34,995)




Not included in the Funding requests to date
Paul Ferguson (Office of the President). CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund - Student. Funded by U.S. Department of Education. $2,774,228 (supplemental)
Paul Ferguson (Office of the President). CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund - InstitutionalSponsor: U.S. Department of Education. $6,074,086 (supplemental)
Paul Ferguson (Office of the President). CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund - MSI. U.S. Department of Education. $3,504 (supplemental)
Paul Ferguson (Office of the President). CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund - MSI. U.S. Department of Education. $627,674 (supplemental)

NON-PROFIT

Foundations, Organizations, Other Non-Profits(prime or subaward)

FUNDING REQUESTS TO DATE
$2,808,655

Andrew Barton (VP StratPlan). Reframing the Institutional Saga. Submitted to Council of Independent Colleges (CIC). ($39,496)
Tasha Bleistein, Nori Henk (CLAS). Civil Communication Virtual Exchange Proposal. Submitted to Family Health International 360 (FHI 360). ($66,582)
Tasha Bleistein, Nori Henk (CLAS). Virtual Exchange Program. Submitted to Family Health International 360 (FHI 360). ($67,456)
Catherine Hahs Brinkley, Rebekah Harris, Anita Henck (SOE). Teacher Preparation Program. Submitted to Branch Alliance for Educator Diversity. ($399,962)
Everette Brooks (OMVS). Office of Military and Veteran Services - COVID-19 support. Submitted to Northrop Grumman Foundation. ($2,667)
Semise Daley (SON). Hypertension Management of Young African-American Women. Submitted to National Black Nurses Association. ($5,000)
Terry Dobson (COTA/GE). Reckoning and Reimagining: Equity, Antiracism, and the Future of General Education in a Post-COVID World. Submitted to Lilly Fellows Program in Humanities and the Arts/Valparaiso University. ($3,000)
Christopher Collins (BAS). States of Isolation: Palestinian Higher Education Under Israeli Occupation. Submitted to Spencer Foundation. ($49,905)
Robert Duke (SOT). Pathways for Tomorrow Initiative: Support for Assessment and Planning Activities. Submitted to Lilly Endowment, Inc. ($49,471)
Denise Edwards-Neff, Mary Wong (CLAS). Maintaining a Faithful Presence: A Liberal Arts Conference Designed for Reckoning and Reimagining. Submitted to Lilly Fellows Program in Humanities and the Arts/Valparaiso University. ($12,500)
Denise Edwards-Neff (CLAS). Richter Scholars Research Fellowship. Submitted to Richter Memorial Funds. (Requested $50,000, Funded $70,000)
Denise Edwards-Neff (CLAS). SCIO Supporting Structures. Submitted to Scholarship and Christianity in Oxford (SCIO). ($104,000)
Rachel Gonzales-Castaneda (BAS). Increasing Awareness of Access to Mental and Behavioral Health Services Among Adolescents and Transitional Aged Youth in Los Angeles County. Submitted to University of California Los Angeles/California Community Foundation. ($30,000)
Heather Hamm (SFS). Burton Book Fund. Submitted to Burton Fund. ($2,000)
Alex Jun, Nate Risdon (BAS). Educational Interventions for Black and Latinx Males in Azusa, California. Submitted to Goldhirsh Foundation. ($100,000)
Stacy Kula (SOE). The Effects of Implementing Discussion-Based Practices in Mathematics on Math and Language Development for English Language Learners. Submitted to Biola University / Prime: Spencer Foundation. ($212,559)
Stacy Kula (SOE). BranchEd Curriculum Audit. Submitted to Branch Alliance for Educator Diversity. ($16,500)
Margaret Lee (BAS). Azusa City Resource Toolkit Project. Submitted to Canyon City Foundation ($10,000)
Aurelia Macabasco-O'Connell (SON). Jonas Scholarships. Submitted to Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare. ($60,000)
Sally Mansour (BAS/CCC). Healthier Kids for our Future. Submitted to Cigna Foundation ($308,166)
Sally Mansour (BAS/CCC). Healthy Azusa. Submitted to Canyon City Foundation ($24,824)
Christopher Newman (BAS). Student Engagement, Exploration, and Development in Science (SEEDS) Project: An examination of mentorship and online science curriculum on Black and Latinx students' science identity and social capital. Submitted to Spencer Foundation. ($66,339)
Christopher Newman (BAS). Student Engagement, Exploration, and Development in Science (SEEDS) Project: An examination of mentorship and online science curriculum on Black students' science identity and social capital. Submitted to Spencer Foundation. ($12,400)
Christopher Newman (BAS). Engagement, Exploration and Development: Transforming STEM for Students of Color. Submitted to University of Southern California/W.K. Kellogg Foundation. ($874,432)
David Picella (SON). Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes: Competency-based Nurse Practitioner Interprofessional Gerontological Education. Submitted to American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN). ($24,999)
Lynda Reed (SON). CVS Scholarship Program. Submitted to CVS Health Foundation. ($5,000)
Ethan Schrum (CLAS). The Church and the Research University - Partners or Rivals? Shifting Cultural Authority in the United States from the Great Depression to the Vietnam War. Submitted to Louisville Institute. ($29,872)
Ethan Schrum (CLAS). Religion, Secularism, and the American Research University: Shifting Cultural Authority in the United States from the Great Depression to the Vietnam War. Submitted to Spencer Foundation. ($49,912)
Andrew Shelton (BAS). Ethnic Identity, Critical Counsciousness, School Context, and Academic Outcomes among the Documented and Undocumented Latinx Immigrant Adolescents: A Mixed Methods Study. Submitted to Russell Sage Foundation. ($29,999)
Andrew Shelton (BAS). Ethnic Identity, Critical Counsciousness, School Context, and Academic Outcomes among the Documented and Undocumented Latinx Immigrant Adolescents: A Mixed Methods Study. Submitted to Spencer Foundation. ($74,868)
Kathleen Tallman (BAS). The Interaction between VARK Learning Styles and Engagement with Cadaver, Digital Anatomy, and Clay Modelling. Submitted to Academy Physical Therapy Education (APTA). ($13,714)
Diane Viera (SON). Ask-a-Nurse Pop-ups. Submitted to Canyon City Foundation ($13,032)