APU Grants HUB

Office of Research and Grants (ORG)

GRANTS SUBMISSIONS
July 1, 2021 to date
(by source and in alphabetical order by project leader)

GOVERNMENT

Federal, State, Local Government(prime or subaward)

FUNDING REQUESTS TO DATE
$5,836,360

Rachel Castaneda (BAS). Project Resiliency. Submitted to the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration. ($1,947,821)
Rachel Castaneda (BAS). Project Expand: Graduate Psychology Education Program at Azusa Pacific University. Submitted to the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration. ($1,398,685)
Aurelia Macabasco-O'Connell (SON). Nurse Faculty Loan Program (NFLP). Submitted to the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration. ($1,240,591)
Bradley McCoy, Elijah Roth (CLAS). HSI Implementation and Evaluation Project: STEM Identity Development in a Learning Assistant Model . Submitted to National Science Foundation. ($999,461)
Sandor Volkan-Kacso (CLAS). Theory and Simulation of Concerted, Microsecond Dynamics in Single Biomotors. Submitted to National Science Foundation. ($249,802)

NON-PROFIT

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

FUNDING REQUESTS TO DATE
$949,017

Rachel Castaneda (BAS). Efficacy of reSET App for Methamphetamine Use Disorder. Submitted to the Pear Therapeutics. ($740,214)
Robert Duke (Faculty Affairs/Provost Office). Richter Scholars Research Fellowship. Submitted to the Paul K. Richter Memorial Fund. ($70,000)
Teresa Dodd-Butera (SON). All of Us Mini-Grant. Submitted to American Association of College of Nursing (AACN). ($9,931)
Donna Gallup (BAS). Shifting Social Worker Attitudes toward Homeless: A Training Evaluation. Submitted to the John Randolph Hayne and Dora Hayne Foundation. ($24,866)
Nori Henk (CLAS). History, Culture, and Equity: Why Ethnic Studies Matter. Submitted to Institute for Humane Studies / George Mason University. ($5,000)
Alex Jun (BAS). Spiritual Curators: The Role of Chapel Directors in Overseeing the Intersection of Race and Grace in Christian College Chapel Programs. Submitted to the Calvin Institute for Christian Worship. ($18,000)
Christopher Newman (BAS). Student Engagement Exploration and Development in STEM: Enhancing Outcomes for Low Income and Minority Students. Submitted to University of Southern California, subaward to the John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation. ($31,603)
Ethan Schrum (CLAS). Free Speech at Princeton during the Early Cold War. Submitted to the Institute for Humane Studies. ($19,403)
Andrew Shelton (BAS). Ethnic Identity, Critical Consciousness, School Context, and Academic Outcomes among Documented and Undocumented Latinx Immigrant Adolescent. Submitted to the Russell Sage Foundation. ($30,000)