National Science Foundation
S. Kim (Co-PI), Civic Innovation Challenge (CIVIC), “Track A: Smart Kids and Cool Seniors,” 10/01/2023-09/30/2024, $114,672.
S. Jhaver (PI), Human-Centered Computing (HCC), “Incorporating Procedural Fairness in Flagging Mechanisms on Social Media Sites,” 09/15/2023-05/31/2026, $581,680.
K. Ognyanova (PI), Accountable Institutions and Behavior (AIB), “Collaborative Research-U.S. Institutions After COVID-19: Trust, Accountability, and Public Perceptions,” 12/01/2021-11/30/2023, $159,575.
K. Ognyanova (PI), Accountable Institutions and Behavior (AIB), “Collaborative Research-State Health, Institutions, and Politics Survey (SHIPS),” 06/01/2023- 05/31/2025, $288,712.
K. Garimella (Co-PI), Convergence Accelerator’s Cohort Phase 2, Track F: Trust & Authenticity in Communication Systems, “Co-Insights: Fostering Community Collaboration to Combat Misinformation,” 09/14/2022- 09/14/2024, $179,746.
M. Weber (Co-PI), Secure & Trustworthy Cyberspace (SaTC) and Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) co-funding, “Socio-Technical Approaches for Securing Cyber-Physical Systems from False Claim Attacks,” 06/01/2023- 05/31/2026, $171,417.
National Endowment for the Humanities
D. Greenberg (Author), Public Scholars, “John Lewis: A Life in Politics,” 09/01/2023-08/31/2024, $60,000.
National Institutes of Health
L. Mikesell, National Cancer Institute to Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, “Adapting and implementing evidence-based breast cancer follow-up in primary care,” 07/01/2021-06/30/2026, $99,937.
S. Hull (PI), National Institute on Aging, “Establishing the science behind Alzheimer’s recruitment registries: opportunities for increasing diversity and accelerating enrollment into trials,” 07/01/2022- 6/30/2025, $21,317.
S. Hull (PI), “Sisters Informing Sisters about Topics on AIDS and Prevsention (SISTA-P): Adaptation of the SISTA intervention to include PrEP information and skills building for Black women who are risk for HIV,” 09/01/2020-08/31/2024, $696,480.