September 2019 Awards

New Awards

Amount Title Agency PI & Co-PIs (Dept.)
$249,963 Collaborative Safe Integrated Engineering in Mining (COSINE in Mining) 
U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services - Center for Disease Control 
PI: Brickey, Andrea (MINE)  
$206,551 Collaborative Research: Rational Design of Alloys with Low-Melting-Point Metals for High-Yeild, Non-Thermal Plasma-Assisted Catalytic Production of Ammonia 
National Science Foundation 
PI: Carreon, Maria (CBE) 
$85,000 All-Solid-State Battery (ASSB) Test/Characterization 
U.S. Dept. of Defense (Subaward from NanoCoatings, Inc.) 
PI: Smirnova, Alevtina (CABS) 
$9,000 Louis Stokes STEM Pathways and Research Alliance:  All Nations AMP (ANAMP) program 
National Science Foundation (Subaward from Salish Kootenai College) 
PI: Kerk, Carter (IE) 
$10,000 Assessment and Improvement of Performance of Septic Systems in Cold Climates 
U.S. Geological Society (Subaward from South Dakota State University) 
PI: Geza Nisrani, Mengistu; Co-PIs: Menkhaus, Todd; Li, Liangping (CEE) 
$150,000 Community Facilities Technical Assistance and Training Grant Agreement (Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Government Headquarters Preliminary Design: Documentation of Cost Effectiveness) 
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture 
PI: Robinson, Marc (CEE) 

Additional Awards

Amount Title Agency PI & Co-PIs (Dept.)
$100,000 Production and Characterization of Additively Manufactured Steel Structures for Large Caliber Munitions 
U.S. Dept. of Defense - Naval Surface Warfare Center 
PI: Crawford, Grant; Co-PI Hammell, Joshua (AMP) 
$45,600 NASA STEM entitled National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program (SPACE Grant) Training Grant 2015-2018 
PI: Duke, Edward; Co-PI: Durkin, Thomas (SDSGC) 
$29,235.09 Great Plains Education Grant - Jump Start 
Great Plains Foundation 
PI: Herrera, Jesus (OMA)
$3,700 Cleanliness and Calibration efforts on the LUX/ZEPLIN (LZ) Project 
U.S. Dept. of Energy (Subaward from Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) 

PI: Schnee, Richard; Co-PIs: Reichenbacher, Juergen; Bai, Xinhua (PHY)

$65,016 SuperCMDS SNOLAB Project Support
U.S. Dept. of Energy (Subaward from Stanford Linear Accelerator Center) 
PI: Schnee, Richard (PHY)