October 2022 Grants and Contracts

We are pleased to share the success of SJSU's principal investigators who were awarded grants and contracts during October 2022:

Monthly Awards at a Glance:
17 Awards Received: Valued at $5,203,950.


Connie L. Lurie College of Education

Cara Maffini-Pham, Nidhi Mahendra, Matthew R. Capriotti, 
Child & Adolescent Development
Healthy Development Community Clinic: Wellness for Children, Youth, & Families
Sponsor: National Institutes of Health – $500,000.

Emily Slusser, Maria Fusaro, Andrea N. Golloher, 
Child & Adolescent Development
Santa Clara County Early Learning Master Plan Mid-Implementation Review
Sponsor: Santa Clara County Office of Education – $31,821.


Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering

Dahyun Oh, Biomedical, Chemical & Materials Engineering 
Center for High Precision Patterning Science (CHiPPS) 
Sponsor: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory – $132,000.

Michael Oye, Biomedical, Chemical & Materials Engineering
CommUniverCity: Community Leadership Program (CLP) 22-23 
Sponsor: City of San José – $80,000.

Ronald Mak, Computer Engineering 
Intelligent Systems Research and Development Support-3 (ISRDS-3)
Sponsor: KBR Wyle Services, LLC – $2,553.

Younghee Park, Curtis Asplund, Computer Engineering 
USC-SJSU ICCAE Consortium's National Security & Intelligence Scholars Research Program
Sponsor: University of Southern California – $25,000.

Farzan Kazemifar, Crystal Han, Nicole Okamoto, Anil R. Kumar, Mechanical Engineering 
Establishing an Industrial Assessment Center at San José State University
Sponsor: U.S. Department of Energy – $1,399,940.


College of Health and Human Sciences

Jennifer A. Schachner, Department of Kinesiology 
American Rescue Plan Act Funding 
Sponsor: Sourcewise – $38,370.

Peter Allen Lee, Social Work School 
San José State University BASW Mental Health Scholarship Program (MHSP) 2019-2021
Sponsor: Santa Clara County – $150,000.


College of Science

Julio Soto, Biological Sciences 
NSF Intergovernmental Personnel Act (IPA) 2022-2023
Sponsor: National Science Foundation – $239,796.

Adam Kochanski, Meteorology & Climate Science
Datasets of Dead Fuel Moisture for California 
Sponsor: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory – $49,642.

Adam Kochanski, Meteorology & Climate Science
Improving Understanding of the Impact of Fire-Atmosphere Coupling Processes on Near Fire Circulations and Fire Behavior
Sponsor: California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection – $248,384.

Michael Wood, Moss Landing Marine Lab 
Greenland Ocean Observations (GOO) 
Sponsor: Jet Propulsion Laboratory – $145,444.

Ross P. Clark, Moss Landing Marine Lab 
Multi Benefit Land Repurposing Program 
Sponsor: California Marine Sanctuary Foundation – $1,475,600.

Ehsan Khatami, Physics & Astronomy
AI and Data Science Enabled Predictive Modeling of Collective Phenomena in Strongly Correlated Quantum Materials
Sponsor: University of Tennessee – $110,588.


College of Social Sciences

Evan Palmer, Psychology
Mobile Device Thermal Comfort - Study #2 
Sponsor: Google, Inc. – $65,036.


VP/Provost Academic & Student Affairs

Maria E. Cruz, Division of Student Affairs
ASPIRE (Student Support Services) - San José State University - FY 2020-2025
Sponsor: U.S. Department of Education – $509,776.