Over 45 million dollars in Funding

CHUD Personel
Grant Title
Funding Organization
Time Period
Amount
George O. Rogers
"Rio Grande Valley Empowerment Zone Benchmarks and Evaluation Plan,"
Rio Grande Valley empowerment Zone
1995
$55k
Verna M. Keith
"Profile of Health Care Use among African Americans."
Commonwealth Fund
1995
$4,000
George O. Rogers
"Verifying the Human Components of PADRE,"
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and the U.S.
1995-1996
$30k
Michael O’Brien
“Safer Places: A Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Tutorial”
The Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services
August 1995 – August 1996
$98,204
Walter Gillis Peacock
Mitigation and Evacuation Decision in the face of an Impending Disaster.
he National Science Foundation.
Fall 1995
49K
Forster Ndubisi
“Developing a Growth Management Program: Newton County, Georgia.”
the Newton County, Government
1996
$8,500
Mark J. Clayton
Empirical Evaluation Methods for Architectural CAD Research
Program to Enhance Scholarly and Creative Activities, Texas A&M University
1996
$7,926
Verna M. Keith
“Supplement to Campus Climate Survey,”
UCAAS-Arizona State University
1996
$500
Michael O’Brien
“Health Care applications for Crime Prevention through Environmental Design Charrettes”
“Health Care applications for Crime Prevention through Environmental Design Charrettes”
October 1996 - July 1997
$88,000.00
Mark Fossett
“Sociodemographic Context and White Racial Attitudes; Computer Simulation Models of Racial Residential Segregation”
Texas A&M University, Race and Ethnic Studies Institute
1997
$5,000
Mark Fossett
“Trends in Residential Segregation Focusing on Detailed Patterns within Individual Cities Followed Over Time for Several Decades.”
Texas A&M University, Race and Ethnic Studies Institute
1997
$2,000
Mark J. Clayton
The Information Content of As-Built Drawings
USAA
1997
$10,000
Mark J. Clayton
Information Technology: Its Impact on Facility Management Practice
Haworth Discovery Institute
1997
$1,000
Mark Fossett
“Texas Alliance for Minority Participation, Phase II - Social and Behavioral Sciences Supplement”
National Science Foundation
35643
$100,000
George O. Rogers
"Review of The Socioeconomic Issues Associated with the Disposal of Low-Level Radioactive Waste,"
Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission
1997-1998
$50k
Michael O’Brien
“Feasibility study for the Center for Advanced Housing Structural Systems”
Center For Innovative Technology, Arlington, VA
August 1997 - August 1998
$25,000.00
Michael O’Brien
“Integrated Building Design Experience”
the National Science Foundation through project SUCCEED, VT
July 1, 1997 to June 30 1998
$65,446.00
Michael O’Brien
“Web based C.P.T.E.D. tools and training”
Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services
July 1997 - July 1998
$78,000.00
Ann Bowman
“Government and Vacant Land: Creating Cityscapes”
the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
June 1997-December 2000
$46,000
Forster Ndubisi
“Simulations of Urban and Rural Growth in Spokane.”
Spokane County Long Range Planning Division
1998
$18,500
Forster Ndubisi
the EPA Sustainability Challenge Grant Program (SCGP)
Organized and submitted an interdisciplinary research grant
1998
$249,750
Mark J. Clayton
Delivery of Facility Information
USAA
1998
$14,231
Verna M. Keith
“A Collaborative Effort to Establish Church-Based Health Promotion in the African American South Phoenix Community.”
ASU University for the Next Century Neighborhood Planning Grant
1998
$8,000
Michael O’Brien
“Research Services for Building Regulations and Technology”
Indefinite Quantity Contract
December 1998 extending to December 2003
$200,000-
$8,000,000
Michael O’Brien
“Survey of Continuing Education Needs in Housing”
REACH OUT
January 1998 - June 1998
$7,500.00
Ann Bowman
“Government and Vacant Land: Creating Cityscapes”
the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
Spring 1998
$47,000
Walter Gillis Peacock
Residential Construction Mitigation Program Educational Campaign and Assessment Project
the Florida Department of Community Affairs, Division of Housing and Community Development
Spring 1998.
132K
Walter Gillis Peacock
Insurance and Banking Mitigation Incentive Program Planning Project.
the Florida Department of Community Affairs, Division of Housing and Community Development.
Spring 1998.
50K
Walter Gillis Peacock
Academic Review of the Residential Construction Mitigation Project.
the Florida Department of Community Affairs, Division of Housing and Community Development.
Spring 1998.
75K
Walter Gillis Peacock
Resources for Mitigating Hurricane Vulnerability in Florida
the Florida Department of Community Affairs, Division of Housing and Community Development.
1999
717K
Mark J. Clayton
The effectiveness of digital desk crits in design studio
College of Architecture Research and Interdisciplinary Council
1999-2000
$5,000
Mark Fossett
“Black Population Concentration and the Impact of Racial Desegregation on Public School Finances”
Spencer Foundation
1999-2001
$24,000
Mark Fossett
“Texas A&M Race and Ethic Studies Institute Virtual Lab in Social Stratification and Ethnic Relations: Instruction of Sociology Undergraduate Students Via Web-Based Java Applets”
National Science Foundation
1999-2001
$113,920
Verna M. Keith
“Middle and High School Students Survey: Needs Assessment Study, Tobacco, and Other Drugs.”
the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
June 1999 – June 2000
$250,000
Michael O’Brien
“Industrializing the Residential Construction Site.”
Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.C
May 1999 - May 2003,
$199,447.00
Shannon S. Van Zandt
Evaluation of Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation's Home Ownership Pilot Program
Evaluation of Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation's Home Ownership Pilot Program
Spring 1999
$200,000
Walter Gillis Peacock
Statewide Baseline Hurricane Mitigation Survey
the Florida Department of Community Affairs, Division of Housing and Community Development
2000
116K
Forster Ndubisi
Internationalizing GIS Education.”
National Security Education Program (NSEP)
2000
$426,324
Mark J. Clayton
A Survey of the Impact of E-Commerce on Facility Management Practice
International Facility Management Association Foundation
2000-2001
$15,709
Mark Fossett
“Research Experiences for Undergraduates: Ethnic Stratification and Inequality”
National Science Foundation
2000-2002
$57,000
Mark Fossett
“Preparing Future Faculty at the Department of Sociology at Texas A&M University”
American Sociological Association
June 2000 – June 2001
$15,000
Michael O’Brien
“Industrializing the Residential Construction Site Phase II, Information Modeling.”
Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.C.
2001
$249,680.00
Walter Gillis Peacock
Hurricane Andrew 10 Years Later: Implications for Disaster Mitigation
the National Science Foundation
2001
240K
Walter Gillis Peacock
DCA Housing & Mitigation Options.
Florida Department of Community Affairs
2001-2002
84K
Mark Fossett
“Simulating Residential Segregation Dynamics, Phase I”
National Institutes of Health
2001-2003
$99,850
Shannon S. Van Zandt
Impact of Homeownership on Opportunity for First-Time, Low-Income Homeowners
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Doctoral Dissertation Research Grant
August 2001 – August 2002
$30,000
Michael O’Brien
“Industrializing the Residential Construction Site Phase III, Production Systems.”
Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.C
August 2001 - January 2002
$249,909.00
Michael O’Brien
“Review of International Housing Technology Research”
Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.C.
2002
$79,931.00
Mark Fossett
“Expanding the SegMaps Data Bank: Enhancements to VLAB-RESI to Support ASA MOST”
American Sociological Association
2002
$8,750
Mark J. Clayton
Structure and value of information in the lifecycle of buildings
Facility Management Industry Advisory Council
2002
$8,000
Mark J. Clayton
Structure and value of information in the lifecycle of buildings
College of Architecture Facility Management Industry Advisory Council
2002–2003
$8,000
Cecilia Giusti
Microbusinesses in the Mexico-Texas Border Region: Potential for Economic Community Development
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
2002–2003
$55,000
Cecilia Giusti
Border Safe Drinking Water Project
The United States Environmental Protection Agency, in collaboration with the Texas Department of Health and the Center for Environmental and Rural Health
2002-2004
$40,000
Mark Fossett
“Research Experiences for Undergraduates: Ethnic Stratification and Inequality”
National Science Foundation
2002–2004
$240,000
Cecilia Giusti
The Receivership Evaluation and Impact Study
The Ford Foundation
2002-2007
$105,000
Verna M. Keith
Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Consortium.”
National Institute on Drug Abuse
2003
$1,815,000
Forster Ndubisi
“Developing a University District: Spokane, WA
Economic Development Administration
2003
$350,000
Michael O’Brien
“Designing Whole House Solutions”
Awarded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development
2003
$249,941.00
Michael O’Brien
“Industrializing the Residential Construction Site Phase V, Virtual Manufacturing.”
the Department of Housing and Urban Development
2003
$207,277.00
Michael O’Brien
“Creating Whole House Solutions”
the National Science Foundation
2003
$99,741.00
Walter Gillis Peacock
Damage Synthesis: Socio-Economic Impact Assessment”
the Mid-American Earthquake Center and NSF
37712
40K
Walter Gillis Peacock
Damage Synthesis: Socio-Economic Impact Assessment
the Mid-American Earthquake Center and NSF
2003–2004
40K
Cecilia Giusti
Salary plus travel expenses and graduate student assistants to conduct research on microenterprises in colonies
College Research and Interdisciplinary Council (CRIC), College of Architecture
2003-2005
$5,000
Mark Fossett
“Simulating Residential Segregation Dynamics, Phase II”
National Institutes of Health
December 2003 – July 2005
$225,000
Shannon S. Van Zandt
Evaluation of Durham Housing Authority’s HOPE VI Project
Durham (NC) Housing Authority
2004
$180,000
George O. Rogers
“Placard Alternative Technology Project,”
Transportation Security Administration, Department of Homeland Security
2004
$95k
Mark J. Clayton
Content Analysis of Web-based Collaborative Design
AIA Board Knowledge Committee
2004
$4,000
Mark J. Clayton
Sharing Tacit Design Knowledge in a Distributed Design Environment
AIA Board Knowledge Committee
2004
$4,000
Verna M. Keith
“Health and Well-Being of United Methodist Clergy
East Ohio Conference of the United Methodist Church
38108
$13,400
Walter Gillis Peacock
Capital Hill Response to Air Attack.
Department of Naval Defense
38108
45K
Walter Gillis Peacock
Damage Synthesis: Quantitative Models of Social and Economic Consequences
the Mid-American Earthquake Center and NSF
38108
13.3K
Walter Gillis Peacock
Damage Synthesis: Socio-Economic Impact Assessment.
the Mid-American Earthquake Center and NSF
2004-2005
40K
Wei Li
Managing and Facilitating Eco-Industrial Development of an Industrial Park: a Case Study of Dalian DD Port, China.
Graduate Student Research Grant from the Canadian International Development Agency
October 2004 – January 2006
$8,000
Shannon S. Van Zandt
Do First-Time Home Buyers Improve Their Neighborhood Quality?
HUD
2005
$40,000
Forster Ndubisi
“Developing a Coastal Communities Atlas.”
NOAA—Sea Grant
2005
$388,398
George O. Rogers
“Capital Hill Project---Air Response,”
U. S. Army Corp of Engineers, Baltimore
2005
$45k
Michael O’Brien
“PATH 13 Whole House Calculator”
the Department of Housing and Urban Development
2005
$229,350.00
Walter Gillis Peacock
Social Vulnerability Mapping and GIS in Tsunami Impact Analysis
the National Science Foundation
38565
94K
Walter Gillis Peacock
Developing a Coastal Communities Planning Atlas as an Educational Tool for Decision Makers and Local Residents
Texas Sea Grant College Program
2005-
388K
George O. Rogers
“Research Planning Support: EPD Program,”
Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Homeland Security
2005–2006
$50k
Cecilia Giusti
Sustainability Assessment of Revolving Funds for financing Affordable Housing
Community Resources Group and The Ford Foundation
2005–2006
$15,085
Cecilia Giusti
Seed money to secure funding for a study on the impact of a home improvement micro-lending program
Mexican American and U.S. Latino Research Center
2005-2007
$5,000
Verna M. Keith
“Surviving Katrina and Its Aftermath: A Comparative Analysis of Community Mobilization and Access to Emergency Relief by Vietnamese Americans and African Americans in an Eastern New Orleans Suburb,”
National Science Foundation HSD, SGER
December 2005-December 2006
$124,145
Shannon S. Van Zandt
Wal-Mart in Low-Income Urban Communities: Boon or Bust in a Texas Oil Town?
College Research and Interdisciplinary Council (CRIC) Research Grant
May 2005-April 2008
$6,000
Ann Bowman
“Vulnerability of U.S. Metropolitan Areas and Counties to Extreme Events”
DHS National Center for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism, subcontract
2006
$20,000.00
Cecilia Giusti
Market Analysis for Affordable Housing in the Brazos Valley
Brazos Valley Council of Government
2006
$36,582
Forster Ndubisi
“Development of a Land Use Change Early Warning System.”
GCCESU
July2006
$243,000
Walter Gillis Peacock
Socio-Economic Impacts of Earthquakes
the MidAmerican Earthquake Center and NSF
July2006
70K
Walter Gillis Peacock
Socio-Economic Impacts of Earthquakes, Memphis Test Bed Supplement.
the Mid-American Earthquake Center and NSF
Sep.2009
25K
Walter Gillis Peacock
Development of a Land Use Change Early Warning System I.
the National Parks Service
2006-2007
130K
Michael O’Brien
“Interdisciplinary Study Group”
The Center for Excellence in Undergraduate Education
2006–2007
$1,800.00
Cecilia Giusti
Transportation Infrastructure and Quality of Life for Disadvantaged Populations: A Pilot Study of Two Colonias in Texas
Southwest Region University Transportation Center
2006–2007
$50,000
Cecilia Giusti
Complementary funding to conduct a study on the impact of a home improvement micro-lending program in colonias in Starr County, Texas
College Research and Interdisciplinary Council (CRIC), College of Architecture
2006–2011
$6,000
Cecilia Giusti
Magnolia Gardens HOPE VI Evaluation
Beaumont Housing Authority
January – June 2006
$164,982
Shannon S. Van Zandt
Market Study and Community Input for Affordable Housing in the Brazos Valley (TX
Brazos Valley Affordable Housing Corporation
June2006
$35,000
David Matarrita-Cascante
College of Agricultural Sciences Travel Award
The Pennsylvania State University
2007
$500
Forster Ndubisi
Establishing an eCertificate in Transportation Planning
the US Department of Transportation
2007
$64,000
Mark J. Clayton
Downstream of Design: the Value of Building Information Modeling
The American Institute of Architects Large Firm Round Table
2007
$25,000
Mark J. Clayton
A Comprehensive Community-Based Energy Management Program for Counties, Municipalities, and School Districts
Texas State Energy Conservation Office
2007
$138,000
Walter Gillis Peacock
Hurricane Rita Behavioral Survey
the Texas Department of Transportation to Texas Transportation Institute
Oct2007
67K
Walter Gillis Peacock
Information Resources Supporting the Resilience of Coastal Areas in the Us Portion of the Gulf of Mexico
NOAA
2007-2008
299K
George O. Rogers
“Associative Group Analysis in Support of the Emergency Preparedness Demonstration Project,”
MDC, Inc., and FEMA
2007-2008
$57k
Michael O’Brien
“Interdisciplinary Research in Pervasive Computing”
The Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science
2007-2008
$80,000.00
Michael O’Brien
“Intersections between Pervasive Computing and Construction Safety”
The Center for Innovation in Construction Safety and Health
2007–2008
$5,000.00
Cecilia Giusti
Latino Diálogo in Texas
Latinos and Planning Division of the American Planning Association (APA), 
2007-2009
$8,450
George O. Rogers
“Local Hazardous Materials Commodity Flow Data and Methodology Guidance,”
HMCRP, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies,
2007-2009
$300k
George O. Rogers
“Developing a Model Framework for Storm Recovery Planning In Coastal Properties of the National Park Service: A Dynamic Hierarchical Assessment Process for Natural, Cultural and Historical Resources,”
National Parks Service
2007-2010
$130k
Mark Fossett
“Research Experiences for Undergraduates: Ethnic Stratification and Inequality”
National Science Foundation
2007-2011
$270,000
Shannon S. Van Zandt
Evaluation of Beaumont Housing Authority’s HOPE VI grant
Beaumont Housing Authority
2007-2012
$165,000
Walter Gillis Peacock
Status and Trends of Coastal Vulnerability to Natural Hazards
Texas General Land Office/NOAA
August 2002 – August 2003
650K
Michael O’Brien
“Industrializing the Residential Construction Site Phase IV Simulation Systems.”
Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.C
August 2007-August 2008
$175,000.00
Shannon S. Van Zandt
Vertical Inequities in Property Tax Appraisals
College Research and Interdisciplinary Council (CRIC) Research Grant
2008
$10,000
Forster Ndubisi
Establishing an eCertificate in Transportation Planning
the US Department of Transportation
2008
$100,000
Mark Fossett
“Unifying Studies of Aggregate Segregation and Studies of Individual Attainments of Residential Outcomes.”
Texas A&M University, Mexican-American and Latino Research Center, Research Award
39692
$10,000
Walter Gillis Peacock
Development of a Land Use Change Early Warning System II.
the National Parks Service
2008-2009
379K
Cecilia Giusti
Seed money for a pilot –methodology- research on fixed and mobile food Vendors to understand decision-making in marketing food in colonies
Mexican American Latino Research Center (MALRC)
2008-2009
$10,000
Shannon S. Van Zandt
Social Vulnerability and Urban Development Patterns: Impacts on Community Resilience
National Science Foundation
2008–2009
$144,671
Cecilia Giusti
Examining Challenges, Opportunities, and Best Practices for Addressing Rural Mobility and Economic Development under SAFETEA-LU’s Coordinated Planning and Human Services Framework
University Transportation Center for Mobility
2008-2010
$100,000
Walter Gillis Peacock
A Workshop on the Concept of a National Hazard Vulnerability and Resiliency Observatory Network
National Science Foundation
2008-2010
83K
Walter Gillis Peacock
A Coastal Planning Atlas for Decision Makers and Local Residents: Phase II
National Oceanographic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
July 2008-December 2009
291K
Ann Bowman
“Building Resilient Communities: The Role for State Government”
DHS National Center for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism, subcontract
2009
$77,000
Mark J. Clayton
Development of a Reference Building Information Model (BIM) for Thermal Model Compliance Testing
American Society for Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning
2009-2011
$170,000
Shannon S. Van Zandt
Developing a “Living Laboratory” for Examining Community Recovery and Resilience after Disaster,
National Science Foundation
2009-2011
$374,000
Wei Li
Assessing the Impacts of Truck Traffic on Residential Property Values: A Southern California Case Study
Doctoral Dissertation Grant from the University of California Transportation Center
2009-2011
$20,000
Wei Li
Understanding the Intangible Benefits and Costs of Environmental Attributes Using the Hedonic Pricing (HP) Method
Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship from the School of Social Ecology, University of California, Irvine
2009-2013
$4,500
Walter Gillis Peacock
Developing a Living Laboratory for Examining 4 Community Recovery and Resilience after Disaster
National Science Foundation
Dec.2009
374K
Forster Ndubisi
Establishing an eCertificate in Transportation Planning
the US Department of Transportation
May2010
$58,000
David Matarrita-Cascante
Issues Facing Parks in the Southeast Region (South Florida/Caribbean): A Scoping Process
United States National Park Service
Fall, 2009
$6,815/$3,407
Galen D. Newman
Rocky Knob Sustainable Tourism Centerpiece
Blue Ridge parkway Development Authority
June2015
 
David Matarrita-Cascante
Neuhaus-Shepardson Faculty Development Grants
Texas A&M University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Nov2009
$3,000/$3,000
David Matarrita-Cascante
International Research Travel Award Grant
Texas A&M University Office of International Programs
Sep.2009
$4,000/$4,000
David Matarrita-Cascante
Costa Rica Study Abroad and Exchange Programs Development
Texas A&M University RPTS Departmental Funds
Sep.2009
$5,000/$1,667
Forster Ndubisi
Establishing an eCertificate in Transportation Planning
the US Department of Transportation
2010
$44,000
Mark J. Clayton
Physical Building Information Modeling for Solar Building Design and Simulation
Physical Building Information Modeling for Solar Building Design and Simulation
2010-2011
$300,000
George O. Rogers
“Economic Impact of lake-level Reductions on Lake Conroe Area: Lake Area Property Values, Property Tax Revenues, and Sales Tax Revenues,”
Montgomery County, Texas
2010-2012
$142K
Mark Fossett
“New Methods for Investigating Residential Segregation.”
National Science Foundation
2010-2013
$114,000
Cecilia Giusti
A Parameterized Climate Change Projection Model for Hurricane Flooding, Wave Action, Economic Damages, and Population Dynamics
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration –SEA GRANT Program
2010-2013
$400,000
Cecilia Giusti
A parameterized climate change projection model for hurricane flooding, wave action, economic damages, and population dynamics
Northern Gulf Institute
2010-2014
$43,414
Verna M. Keith
“Health Disparities and the Stress Hypothesis.”
National Institutes of Health
Dec.2010
$ 4,318, 762
Forster Ndubisi
Establishing an eCertificate in Transportation Planning
the US Department of Transportation
Mar2010
$62,000
David Matarrita-Cascante
Study Abroad Travel Grant
Texas A&M University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
May2010
$1,650/$825
David Matarrita-Cascante
Issues Facing Parks in the Southeast Region (South Florida/Caribbean): Deepening our Understanding
United States National Park Service
Spring, 2010
$32,179/$16,090
Galen D. Newman
Pendleton Gateway Design
Pendleton, SC
Summer 2010-Summer 2011.
 
Galen D. Newman
South Carolina Aviation and Technology Center Decommissioned Industrial Runway Redesign
Greenville, SC
2011
$120,000
Cecilia Giusti
Competition for Graphic Design
Multicultural Department
May2011
 
Walter Gillis Peacock
Texas Census Research Data Center
National Science Foundation
2011-14
300K
Walter Gillis Peacock
A Workshop on a New Cross-Directorate program on Disaster Resilience, Vulnerability, and Risk Reduction.
National Science Foundation
2011-2016
85K
Mark Fossett
“Texas Census Research Data Center (TXCRDC).”
National Science Foundation
Fall 2011-Spring 2012
$2,100,000
Galen D. Newman
‘Towards a Digital Pedagogy: Request of Funding for Purchasing SMART Interactive Display Unit.‘
Computer Instructional Technology Matching Grant, Texas A&M University
Spring, 2011
$22,263.00
Galen D. Newman
Special Emphasis Neighborhood Redevelopment
Greenville, SC. Client: Greenville, SC Planning Commission
Spring, 2011
 
Galen D. Newman
Street Tree Master Plan
Pendleton, SC
2012
 
Mark J. Clayton
An Exhibition of Creative Parametric Forms Based on Mathematical and Biometric Rules
Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts
2012
$10,000
Mark J. Clayton
An Interdisciplinary Proposal for High Impact Learning through Service to the Community
College of Architecture and office of the Provost, Texas A&M University
2012-15
$25,000.00
Walter Gillis Peacock
The Adoption and Utilization of Hazard Mitigation Practices by Jurisdictions along Gulf and Atlantic Coasts
National Science Foundation
2012-2013
440K
Verna M. Keith
“Collaborative Research: Diversifying Graduate Education in the Social, Behavioral, and Economic (SBE) Sciences.”
National Science Foundation, Bridge Grant
2012-2013
$50,000
Wei Li
Assessing the Economic Value of Walkability: A Case Study in Austin, Texas
Texas Department of Transportation
2012-2013
$31,170
Wei Li
Evaluation of Emissions Control Strategies for the El Paso Region.
Rider 8 Grant with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
2012-2015
$150,000
Shannon S. Van Zandt
The Adoption and Utilization of Hazard Mitigation Practices
National Science Foundation
2015
$440,000
David Matarrita-Cascante
Neuhaus-Shepardson International Faculty Development Grant
Texas A&M University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
2012
$2,000/$2,000
David Matarrita-Cascante
Issues Facing Parks in the Southeast Region (South Florida/Caribbean): Final Assessment
United States National Park Service
2012
$8,440/$4,220
David Matarrita-Cascante
Examining the Relationship Between National Parks and Adjacent Communities: Understanding Stakeholder’s Perspectives
Texas A&M University Division of Research, Office of the Vice President of Research
Fall 2012-Spring 2013
$17,822/$8,911
Galen D. Newman
‘Towards a Digital Pedagogical System: An Interdisciplinary Framework for the College of Architecture.’
Computer Access Fee Competitive Grant, Texas A&M University
June 2012
$47,780.00
David Matarrita-Cascante
Texas Healthy Adolescent Initiative Evaluation
United States Department of Health and Human Services
November 2012
$455,318/$82,262
David Matarrita-Cascante
Identifying Social Network and Mobile Technology Use and Its Correlation with Individual Evacuation Behavior in Hurricane Sandy
National Science Foundation
Spring, 2012
$32,539/$8,135
Galen D. Newman
Design of Low Impact Development Hands on Training Courses for Texas Transportation Institute
TTI Hydraulics, Sedimentation and Erosion Control Laboratory. College Station, TX
Summer, 2012
$45,000
Galen D. Newman
Site design of a lakefront bed and breakfast
White Creek Residential Design. College Station, TX
Summer, 2012
$1,000.00
Galen D. Newman
Design of an outdoor botanical garden on TAMU campus.
Texas A&M Horticultural Garden College Station, TX
2013
$1,000.00
Edelmiro F. Escamilla
“Mobilization 2 Completion”
Workforce Development Study,
2013
$25,000
Wei Li
Proposal Development Grant: Exploring Behavioral Impact of Transportation Infrastructure.
Texas Census Research Data Center
2013
$4,850
Wei Li
El Paso Socio-Economic-Health Data Assessment
The Center for International Intelligent Transportation Research, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
2013-2014
$9,551
Wei Li
High-Impact Interdisciplinary Service Learning Experiment in Sustainable Transportation and Healthy Cities.
College of Architecture, Texas A&M University
2013-2014
$15,000
Wei Li
Flipping Your Course Grant
Instructional Technology Services, Texas A&M University
2013-2014
$2,000
Wei Li
Transportation, Air Quality, and Health Impacts – Pilot Study Using Wearable Monitoring Devices
TTI Strategic Research Program
2013-2015
$40,000
Verna M. Keith
“School Dress-Code Violation Decisions: Influence of Developmental Status, Race, and Gender.”
TAMU Program to Enhance Scholarly and Creative Actives (PESCA)
2013-2015
$24,983
Wei Li
Air Quality and Conformity Interagency Contract
Texas Department of Transportation
Fall 2013-June 2014: Texas A&M University
$875,000
Galen D. Newman
‘Virtual Tours of International Landscapes.’
Global Innovation Fund for International Education, Texas A&M University
Nov2012
$16,000.00
David Matarrita-Cascante
Identification of Community Planning and Development Needs
City of Waco, TX
Spring 2013-Fall 2013
$23,002/$11,501
Galen D. Newman
‘Developing the Hydraulics, Sedimentation and Erosion Control Laboratory to Become a Hands-on Training and Educational Center.’
Southwest University Transportation Center
Spring 2013-Spring 2014
$45,000
Galen D. Newman
‘Interactive Learning Modules for LAND240: History of Landscape Architecture I.’
Core Curriculum Courses Enhanced with Technology Competitive Grant, Texas A&M University
Spring, 2013
$74,999.23
Galen D. Newman
Design property grounds for the LoneStar Groundwater Conservation District facilities
LoneStar Groundwater Conservation District-Low Impact Development. Conroe, TX
Summer 2013- Summer 2015
4,500.00
Galen D. Newman
‘The Ike Dike.’
Surge Protection and Community Design for Western Galveston Island
Summer, 2013
$55,000.00
Galen D. Newman
Texas Sea Grant-funded site design for low impact development features at the TAES annex building
WaterSmart Garden. College Station, TX
Summer, 2013-Summer 2014
$8,745
Galen D. Newman
Land reclamation strategies for proposed coastal upsurge infrastructure implementation.
The Ike Dike Visual Landscape Plan – Phase I. Galveston, TX
2014
$30,000
Edelmiro F. Escamilla
“Mobilization 2 Completion”
Workforce Development Study
2014
$25,000
Edelmiro F. Escamilla
“Flip Your Course”
Texas A&M University Grant
2014
$2,000
Mark J. Clayton
Unreal Projects: Using Immersive Visualization to Learn about Distant and Historical Locales
Core Curriculum Technology Enhancement Grant Program
May2014
$75,000
Walter Gillis Peacock
Technological versus Natural Disasters: Consequences for Early Recovery Planning and Decision
the Community and Household Level
June2014
43.8K
Walter Gillis Peacock
e: Studies in Social Inequality and Social Vulnerability
National Science Foundation
2014-2015
270K
George O. Rogers
“Hazardous Materials – Commodity Flow Surveys for Local Emergency Planning and Hazmat Emergency Operations Plans Review”
Texas Department of Public Safety— Division of Emergency Management
July2014
$47k + $20k
David Matarrita-Cascante
The Applied Biodiversity Science Program: Integrating Multidisciplinary Research and High Impact Learning into Undergraduate and Graduate Education.
Texas A&M University Office of the Dean of Faculties
Spring 2014-Fall 2015
$300,000/$14,286
Galen D. Newman
‘The G.R.I.D.D. Initiative: Growth Recalibration, Interdisciplinarity, Design, and Development.’
University Action 2014: Education First Initiative Interdisciplinary Competitive Grant, Texas A&M University
Summer, 2014-Summer 2015
$15,000.00
Galen D. Newman
Land reclamation strategies for proposed coastal upsurge infrastructure implementation
The Ike Dike Visual Landscape Plan – Phase II. Galveston, TX.
2015
$25,000
Edelmiro F. Escamilla
“Mobilization 2 Completion”
TEXO Student Engagement Grant
2015
$5,500
Edelmiro F. Escamilla
“Mobilization 2 Completion”
CMAA Outreach Grant
2015
$4,000
Edelmiro F. Escamilla
“Mobilization 2 Completion”
CIAC International Service Education Grant
2015-2016
$15,000
Wei Li
Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Supplement Grant for Award
National Science Foundation
2015-2017
$7,250
Wei Li
Exploring Behavioral Impact of Public Transportation Infrastructure: A Longitudinal Quasi-Experimental Study in the United States.
National Science Foundation
2015
$176,355
David Matarrita-Cascante
Neuhaus-Shepardson International Faculty Development Grant
Texas A&M University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Oct2015
$2,000/$2,000
David Matarrita-Cascante
The Applied Biodiversity Science Program: Recruiting Diversity to Achieve Excellence
Texas A&M University Office of Graduate and Professional Studies
Spring 2015- Summer 2015
$16,000/$1000
Galen D. Newman
‘Environmental Monitorization and Interactive Display of Schob Preserve.’
Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning, Texas A&M University
Spring 2015-Spring 2016: Texas A&M University
$3,000.00
Galen D. Newman
‘Physical | Virtual: Online and Mobile Devices as Pedagogical Tools in URPN 220 Digital Communication I.’
Core Curriculum Courses Enhanced with Technology Competitive Grant, Texas A&M University
Spring 2015-Summer 2015
$74,996.20
Galen D. Newman
Open space planning and green space network development for drought-prone communities.
Jonestown Comprehensive Plan
Summer 2015-Summer 2016: Texas A&M University
$31,384
Galen D. Newman
‘Phase 1-Resilience and Climate Change Cooperative Project (RCCCP): Participatory Design and Planning for Manchester, TX.’
University Action 2015: Education First Initiative Interdisciplinary Competitive Grant, Texas A&M University
Summer 2015-Summer 2016: Texas A&M University
$20,000
Galen D. Newman
‘Aggie B.L.U.E.print Center: Building Lasting University Environments.’
Aggie Green Fund Competitive Grant, Texas A&M University
Summer 2015-Summer 2017. Texas A&M University
$61,600.00
Galen D. Newman
‘Smart Shrinkage: Design for the Un-developing Landscape.’
Humanities and Creative Arts Program, Texas A&M University
2016
$15,000
Edelmiro F. Escamilla
“Mobilization 2 Completion”
Construction Management Academies –Career Exploration Program
April2016
$178,000
David Matarrita-Cascante
International Amenity Migration to Costa Rica: Are Ticos and Amenity Migrants Getting Along and in Tune in Regards to the Natural Environment?
Ohio State University
Dec2016
$1,500/$1,500
David Matarrita-Cascante
Academic Productivity Workshop
Fulbright Regional Travel Program, US Department of State’s Institute of International Education Council for International Exchange of Scholars
Feb2016
$1,100/$1,100
David Matarrita-Cascante
Community Resilience in the Context of Drastic Socioeconomic Change: Advancements for Tourism Research
Chonnam University, Republic of Korea
Jan2016
$2,500/$2,500
David Matarrita-Cascante
Barriers to Participation in Amenity Migration Communities in the Chilean Patagonia
Universidad de la Frontera, Chile
Sep2016
$3,500/$3,500
David Matarrita-Cascante
Araucanía, Chile: Enhancing Quality of Life Through Improved University Capabilities
Fulbright US Scholar Program, US Department of State’s Institute of International Education Council for International Exchange of Scholars
Summer 2017 – Current
$16,000/$16,000
Edelmiro F. Escamilla
“Mobilization 2 Completion”
Construction Management Academies –Career Exploration Program
March 2018-present
$72000/$80000
Ann Bowman
“Advancing the Measurement of Urban Resilience: A Resilient City Policy Index”
Texas A&M University, co-principal investigator with Sierra Woodruff and Kent Portney
 
$30,000
Galen D. Newman
‘Coastal Flood Risk Reduction Program: Integrated, multi-scale approaches for understanding how to reduce vulnerability to damaging events.’
National Science Foundation PIRE Program
 
$3,998,945
Galen D. Newman
‘Local Resiliency Planning Scorecard.’
UNC Center of Coastal Hazards, Dept. of Homeland Security
 
$300,000
Galen D. Newman
‘A New Holistic Medium of Multi-Scale Diagramming: Supporting Colocated Collaboration and Ideation.’
National Science Foundation
 
$12,000,000
Michael O’Brien
“The Building Technology Research Consortium”
the Office of Policy and Research, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development
 
$50,000,000
Michael O’Brien
”Residential Construction Information Mechanisms and Procedures”
Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.C
 
$172,500.00
Walter Gillis Peacock
Miami-Dade Hurricane Mitigation Study
Wharton School of Economics, University of Pennsylvania
15K

Comprehensive Grants List

research/Grants/Grants.pdf