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Extramural Grant Awards 2006-2007

First Name Last Name Department Project Name
AASCU/GRC Proposal Dev. Workshop Linda Freed Office of Grants & Faculty Development
Michael Beeth College of Education & Human Services Aligning Inquiry-based Science Instruction for Grades 5-8
Thomas Fischer College of Education & Human Services Wisconsin Supply and Demand, Year 8
Robert Hayashi English Polish Falcons to Franco's Italian Army
Roxana Huebscher Nursing Safe Play Areas and Rural Childcare Assessment
Toivo Kallas Biology & Microbiology Redox Regulation & Function - Quinone Reductase Site
Stephen Kercher History Black Thursday Remembered
Greg Kleinheinz Biology & Microbiology Wisconsin's Beach Sanitary Surveys for Great Lakes
Craig Maher Public Affairs Does Outreach Matter?
Byron Malsin Center for Career Development & Employability Training (CCDET) DWD/DVR Training 2007
Byron Malsin Center for Career Development & Employability Training (CCDET) DWD Child Support
M. Michelina Manzi Office of the Provost & Vice Chancellor WISCAMP Summer Opportunities 2007
Colleen McDermott Biology & Microbiology Investigation into the Potential for Alternative Uses of the Nuisance Alga, Cladophora
Timothy Paulsen Geology ANDRILL
Lauren Rosen College of Letters & Science Improving Student Oral Proficiency in Critical Languages
Todd Sandrin Biology & Microbiology WISCAMP: Increasing Minority Participation, Recruitment and Retention
Robert Stelzer Biology & Microbiology Headwater Stream Food Webs of the Huron Mountain Range
Quintin Sullivan Social Work Title IV-E Long Term Child Welfare Training Program
Wayne Swanger College of Education & Human Services Paraprofessional Educator's Academy
Jennifer Wenner Geology The Math You Need, When You Need It
Sally Wilke Head Start Head Start, Year 40
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