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Extramural Grant Awards 2004-2005

First Name Last Name Department Project Name
AASCU/GRC Proposal Dev. Workshop Linda Freed Office of Grants & Faculty Development
Rosemary Smith Nursing Advanced Education Nursing Traineeships
Jennifer Wenner Geology Teaching Quantitative Skills-Geosciences
Stephanie Stewart Nursing Collaborative Nursing Education for Native Americans, Year 2
Quintin Sullivan Social Work Title IV-E Long Term Child Welfare Training, Year 3
Saroj Thekkanath Academic Support & Diversity Student Support Services, Year 4
Leona Whitman Nursing Living Healthy Clinic
Sally Wilke Head Start Head Start, Year 38, State Supplement
Robert Wise Biology & Microbiology Monitoring Leaf Temperature Dynamics During Stress
Byron Malsin Center for Career Development & Employability Training (CCDET) Kimberly-Clark Training
Byron Malsin Center for Career Development & Employability Training (CCDET) Income Maintenance Training
Leona Whitman Nursing Living Healthy Clinic
Leona Whitman Nursing Living Healthy Clinic
Sally Wilke Head Start Head Start, Year 38
Robert Wise Biology & Microbiology Sensing and Signaling of Heat Stress by Chloroplasts
Berttram Chiang College of Education & Human Services Early & Ongoing Collaboration & Assistance
Greg Kleinheinz Biology & Microbiology Transient Non-Community Well Testing
Mark Lattery Physics & Astronomy Modeling Physical Science
Edward Linenthal Religious Studies & Anthropology Management Seminars and Consultation to NPS Staff
Michael Lizotte Biology & Microbiology Training Citizens For Self-help Monitoring of the Winnebago Pool
Byron Malsin Center for Career Development & Employability Training (CCDET) AmeriCorps Connects
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