The University of North Florida is among the nation's top 75 “best value” public colleges and universities, according to the Princeton Review.
UNF also was named a best value public college last year as well as in 2009 and 2007. This is the latest in a long series of national awards UNF has received from ranking agencies from across the world of higher education.
An updated list of those rankings is viewable online here.
“UNF has been recognized by some very elite organizations and is showing up on nearly every national college ranking,” UNF President John Delaney said. “In addition to the University’s strong academic programs, UNF just makes financial sense and has one of the lowest tuition rates in the country.”
UNF was the only Northeast Florida institution of higher learning to make the list. It is among only five universities in the entire state to be featured on the annual list, including the University of Florida, Florida State University, University of Central Florida and the New College of Florida.
The Princeton Review teamed with USA TODAY to present its list, “The Princeton Review Best Value Colleges for 2012.”
The list, which salutes 150 undergraduate schools in all — 75 public and 75 private colleges and universities—is posted on the websites of The Princeton Review and USA TODAY.
Faculty & Staff
Brooks College of Health
Nursing: Dr. Margaret Holder and Cynthia Cummings presented on “What is QSEN and how can this bridge the gap between education and practice” to the JANIE, Jacksonville Association of Nurse Educators Jan. 19. They will also be presenting a poster and presentation, “From simulation to practice: Preparing students for the Real World” at the Sigma Theta Tau Research conference March 2.
Dr. Debra Wagner, M. Bear and N.S. Davidson published “Measuring patient satisfaction with postpartum teaching methods used by nurses within the Interaction Model of Client Health Behavior” in Research and Theory for Nursing Practice.
Public Health: Drs. Michelle Moore, Elissa Barr and Tammie Johnson presented “Support for school-based sexuality education: No longer just for high school students” at the 139th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.
Drs. James Churilla, Peter Magyari and Tammie Johnson published“Muscular Strengthening Activity Patterns and Metabolic Health Risk Among U.S. Adults” in the Journal of Diabetes.
Drs. Richmond Wynn and Sharon Wilburn received the Inaugural Diversity Research Award from the UNF Commission on Diversity and Inclusion for evaluation of the Metrotown Institute, a diversity training program for adolescents sponsored by OneJax.
Coggin College of Business
Marketing and Logistics: Dr. Greg Gundlach co-authored an article published in the Antitrust Bulletin titled “Symposium: New Perspectives on Systems Competition.”
Dr. A. Coskun Samli co-authored a chapter in the book, “Strategic International Marketing — An Advanced Perspective,” titled “An analysis of the people dimension in international marketing.”
College of Arts & Sciences
Art and Design: Dr. Nofa Dixon had work exhibited in the juried show of the Northeast Florida Sculptors Group, South Campus at Florida State College. Dixon’s students also completed the second of three murals installed on the second floor of Building 2.
Dr. Jenny Hager presented the paper “Wind Weaver and the Whirling Wheel” at the SECAC Conference in Savannah in November.
Dr. Elizabeth Heuer curated the exhibition and authored the catalog for the exhibition “Eugene F. Savage: The Seminole Paintings” for the Cummer Museum in Jacksonville.
Dr. Stephen Heywood had work exhibited in the following — 8 Fluid Ounces, National Juried Exhibition, LSU School of Art Glassell Gallery, Baton Rouge, La.; Cups of Fire, National Ceramics Cup Competition; The Clay Gallery, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Small Objects, Invitational, The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach; Fourth Annual Cup Show, Form and Function, National Juried Exhibition, Tapper Center Gallery, Panama City; Annual Holiday Cup Show and Sale, National Invitational Exhibition, Worcester, Mass..
Dr. Paul Karabinis was on a panel presentation called, “Art Survival: Art Majors and Professional Practice,” at the Southeast College Art Association Annual Conference in Savannah, Ga.
Dr. Dominick Martorelli’s photograph“Venus with the Dark Face” was selected for exhibition and e-publication in the juried show for the 2011 Eros Award.
Dr. Debra Murphy completed her final year as president of the Southeastern College Art Conference at the annual meetings in Savannah from Nov. 8-12. She also presented a paper “Images of Violence, Suffering and Unrest: Hope McMath’s Responses to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.”
Chemisty: Dr. Michael W. Lufaso, in collaboration with Z.R. Kann; J.T. Auletta; E.W. Hearn; S.U. Weber, K.D. Becker; and H. Schneider, published the article “Mixed Crystal Formation and Structural Studies in the Mullite-type System Bi2Fe4O9–Bi2Mn4O10” in the “Journal of Solid State Chemistry.”
Dr. Thomas Mullen gave a presentation “Nearfield Scanning Optical Microscopy Characterization of Arrays of Rare Earth Based Nanocrystals” at the Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies National Meeting in Reno, Nev. in October.
Dr. Amy Lane received one of the COAS Dean’s Leadership Council Faculty Fellowship awards for 2011-2012 in December.
Dr. Kenneth Laali and Dr. Aridoss Gopalakrishnan published the paper Condensation of Propargylic Alcohols with 1,3-Dicarbonyl Compounds and 4-Hydroxycoumarins in Ionic Liquids (ILs)” in Tetrahedron Letters.“
Laali and Dr. Rajesh Kalkhambkar published the paper “Pd(OAc)2-catalyzed cross-coupling of polyfluoroarenes with simple aromatics in imidazolium ionic liquids (ILs) without oxidant and additive and with recycling/reuse of the IL” in Tetrahedron Letters.
Communication:Dr. John Parmelee published a book, titled “Politics and the Twitter Revolution: How Tweets Influences the Relationship between Political Leaders and the Public.”
Drs. Jennifer Lemanski and Hyung-SeokLee published “Attitude Certainty and Resistance to Persuasion: Investigating the Impact of Source Trustworthiness in Advertising,” in the International Journal of Business and Social Science.
English: Dr. Clark Lunberry was interviewed for the New York-based on-line journal Videoart.net on his recent environmental poetry installations at the Institut Charles V — Université Paris Diderot and at UNF.
Dr. Marcus Pactor’s story, “Hoping to,” originally published in Conte: A Journal of Narrative Writing in September was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
Languages, Literatures and Cultures: Dr. Clayton McCarl has published an edition, with introduction and notes, of Francisco de Seyxas y Lovera’s 1693 manuscript text “Piratas y contrabandistas de ambas Indias, y estado presente de ellas” published by The Fundación Barrié de la Maza based in La Coruña, Spain.
Dr. Patricia Geesey published a chapter entitled “A Space of Their Own? Women in Maghrebi-French Filmmaking,” in the volume “Screening Integration: Recasting Maghrebi Immigration in Contemporary France.”
Mathematics and Statistics: Dr. Richard Patterson gave an invited presentation at the International Conference on “Analysis and Its Application” in Aligarh, India.
Dr. Michelle DeDeo presented a paper entitled, “A Decade of Improving Pass Rate in Mathematics using Interactive Software” at the Mathematics Association of America/American Mathematics Society joint meeting in Boston.
Music: Lynne Arriale’s CD, “Convergence” was: No. 4 on National Jazz Week Radio Chart, listed on the Top 50 CDs of 2011 by JazzTimes and included in journalist Ken Frankling’s “Jazz Notes” Ten Best New Jazz Releases of 2011. Arriale's “Dance of the Rain” also made Frankling's 10 Best New Songs of 2011 list, became one of Jazz Police’s Essential CDs of 2011 and won the SESAC 2012 National Performance Activity Award.
Dr. Nick Curry was a featured soloist with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra in the Jacksonville Arena in December. He also performed on the WJXT Channel 4 morning show and he presented “Practicing Intonation on a String Instrument” at the College Music Society’s regional conference in February.
The UNF Trumpet Ensemble, directed by Dr. Randy Tinnin performed at the Trumpet Festival of the Southeast at the University of Georgia Jan. 14.
Dr. Erin K. Bennett gave a master class at the inaugural Collegiate Piano Pedagogy Symposium in Ann Arbor, Mich. in January. In February, Bennett presented a day-long workshop for the Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky Music Teachers Associations entitled “The Ten Steps to Parnassus” in Cincinnatti, Ohio.
Philosophy and Religion: Dr. Andrew Buchwalter published “Dialectics, Politics, and the Contemporary Value of Hegel’s Practical Philosophy” in November.
Dr. Julie Ingersoll participated in a panel discussion sponsored by People for the American Way at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. entitled “America as a ‘Christian Nation.’”
Dr. William Koch had his paper “Discourses of Excess and the Excess of Discourse: On Georges Bataille's Lasting Influence Upon Foucault” published in the philosophy journal Existentia in November.
Dr. Bert Koegler published “Hermeneutic Cosmopolitanism — or, Toward a Cosmopolitan Public Sphere.”
Physics: Dr.Jay Huebner presented “Historic accounts suggest the French, Spanish and Timucuans observed physical phenomena consistent with a bolide impact creating Round Marsh in the 1650’s” at the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve’s Science Symposium Jan. 20 at the Ribault Club.
Sociology and Anthropology: Dr. Gordon Rakita published, with Christine S. VanPool, Todd L. VanPool, and Sarah Sterling, “An Introduction to the 76 Draw Site, Luna County, New Mexico” in “Patterns in Transition: Papers from the 16th Biennial Jornada Mogollon Conference.” He also published a review of “Death in the New World: Cross-Cultural Encounters, 1492-1800” by Erik R. Seeman in the journal Historical Archaeology.
Dr. Jenny Stuber had her co-authored article, “Social Status, Values, and Support for Reform in Education Reference” in the latest issue of The Social Science Journal.
Dr. Suzanne Simon published “Waste in the Margins of the State: Negative Externalities and the Production of the U.S.-Mexico Border Region” in the Fall/Winter 2011 Special Issue of the North Eastern Anthropological Association Bulletin. She also presented a conference paper entitled “Failed State? Mexico’s Drug Wars Against the Background of ‘Dual Transition’” at the American Anthropological Association’s Annual Meetings in Montreal, Quebec in November.
College of Computing, Engineering & Construction
Computing: Dr. Sanjay P. Ahuja and William Shore published their paper, “Wireless Transport Layer Congestion Control Evaluation,” in the International Journal of Wireless Networks and Broadband Technologies in December. Also, Ahuja was appointed associate editor of the International Journal of Wireless Networks and Broadband Technologies. He is also currently serving on the International Editorial Review Board of the International Journal of Cloud Applications and Computing.
Dr. Ching-Hua Chuan attended the instructor’s summit on Botball Educational Robotics, KISS Institute for Practical Robotics in January. Also, Chuanwas invited to speak on “Computational Music Research: How Mathematics and AI Is Now Part of Your Everyday Musical Experiences” in the Joe Berg Seminar at the Museum of Science & History in January.
Albert D. Ritzhaupt,Dr. Karthikeyan Umapathy and Lisa Jamba published their paper, “A Study on Services Motivating Computing Professional Association Membership” in the International Journal of Human Capital and Information Technology Professionals in January.
Dr. Karthikeyan Umapathy will serve as a Co-PI on a research grant involving a U.S. and Canadian team on “Digging into Human Rights Violations: Anaphora Resolution and Emergent Witnesses.” The research objective is to develop a methodology to perform automated analysis of large-scale archives of human rights abuses that will reconstruct stories from fragments scattered across a collection and an interface for navigating those stories. The UNF sub award is for $36,883.
Drs. Charles Winton and Ching-Hua Chuan gave a two-day workshop for the high school teams in Jacksonville in preparation for the 2012 Botball Competition in January at UNF.
Construction Management: Dr. Roberto Soares published his paper, “Biomass — The Smart Way to Reach Fuel Independence,” in the International Journal of Business and Social Science in January. Soares also published a paper, “Change Orders Ordeal: The Output of Project Disintegration,” in the International Journal of Business, Humanities and Technology in January.
Mr. James Sorce, Dr. Mag Malek and Jose J. Murcia published their paper, “Overview of Emerging Technological Innovations in Construction Management,” in the American Institute of Constructors Journal, The American Professional Constructor in January.
Engineering: Dr. Chiu Choi received an International Faculty Travel Grant to travel to Hong Kong to develop a study-abroad course. Also, Choi has been selected to be a UNF STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Fellow. In this role, he will integrate service learning into STEM courses that he teaches.
Dr. Adel El Safty received an International Faculty Travel grant to travel to Italy to develop a study-abroad course.
Fan Xiong, Murat M. Tanik, and Dr. Susan Vasana published their paper, “Visual Analysis of a Cardiovascular System Based on ECG and ABP Signals Using Evolvable Hardware Design,” in the Society for Design and Process Science Transactions’ Journal of Integrated Design and Process Science in December.
College of Education & Human Services
Childhood Education: Dr. Gigi Morales David was invited for an author visit to Mill Creek Elementary Jan. 23 to kick off the Vietnamese New Year with her picture book “The Little Red Envelopes.” In addition, she introduced the 4th graders at Mill Creek to her new character, “Composition Cat,” inspired by the artwork of Laurel Burch. Composition Cat was designed to help 4th graders succeed on the FCAT Writes. Each 4th grade teacher was given a stencil of the cat figure so they could design their own cat with nine important things to remember about successful writing —because cats are well known to have nine lives.
Dr. Stacy Keller recently had an article published in the journal Dimensions in Mathematics entitled “Reasoning and proof in the classroom: What’s your angle, Pythagoras? A math adventure.”
Dr. Christine Weber had an article published with colleagues titled “A comprehensive plan for differentiating the training of teachers of the gifted online at the state, district and university level in Florida, USA” in the January 2012 issue of Gifted Education International.
Exceptional Student and Deaf Education: Dr. Kristine Webb co-edited the “Handbook of Adolescent Transition Education for Youth with Disabilities.” The handbook is a comprehensive resource to stakeholders who facilitate transition to adulthood for adolescents and young adults with disabilities.
Dr. Janice Seabrooks-Blackmore co-authored a chapter, “Transition Planning Strategies,” and Drs. Karen Patterson and Terence Cavanaugh co-authored the chapter “Assistive Technology in the Transition Education Process.” Webb co-authored a chapter about college attendance titled “Transition to Postsecondary Education.”
Leadership, School Counseling & Sport Management: Dr. Cavanaugh has received a $2,000 Transformational Learning Opportunity grant to take students to the Eastern Educational Research Association Conference in South Carolina and the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference in Texas. There, they will attend conference sessions and make a presentation on their project that retrofitted a shipping container into a computer- and network-enhanced classroom in the Dominican Republic.
Foundations and Secondary Education:
Office of the Dean: Dean Larry Daniel received the FACTE Leadership Award at the January conference of the Florida Association of Colleges in Teacher Education. Daniel was given this prestigious award for his distinguished service, inspirational leadership and advocacy for Quality Teacher Education in Florida and the Nation. At the same conference, Dr. Marsha Lupi, Kelly Turner and Amy Warren (graduate research assistants), presented the results of a state-wide survey on clinical field experiences in Florida colleges and universities. The results indicated that state-wide, four-year traditional undergraduate programs provide pre-service teachers with extensive field experiences among other information.
Dr. Marsha Lupi, Dr. Jacque Batey and Kelly Turner recently learned of the acceptance of a third article written on the transformational learning and knowledge of the students who have participated in the Plymouth, England short-term student teaching internships since 2007. The article entitled, “Crossing Cultures: U.S. Students Teacher Observations of Pedagogy, Learning and Practice in Plymouth, U.K. schools” will be published in the Journal of Education and Training in November.
The University of North Florida’s Division of Student Affairs recently published a best practices manuscript titled, “Student Affairs for All Seasons and All Reasons: Leadership by Example.” The book is now available for $39.50 from the manuscript’s publisher, Administrator’s Bookshelf, at http://adminbookshelf.com/bookshelf/. It will also be available in the UNF Bookstore, located in the Student Union, Building 58 West, on campus. All proceeds and royalties from book sales will go into a Student Affairs scholarship fund for UNF students.
Get to Know
Department: School of Nursing, Brooks College of Health Job title: Associate Professor
What do you do?
I clinically supervise nursing students in their psychiatric-mental health nursing rotations. I teach in the research nursing science sequence for undergraduate pre-licensure and RN-BSN students. I also teach in the area of chronic illnesses and disabilities in the RN-BSN Program. Years at UNF: 16 years
Tell us about your family.
My husband is a retired Navy dentist and has a dental practice locally. In 2011, we celebrated our 40th wedding anniversary. I have two adult children, Jennette and Justin, a son-in-law, Evan, and two frisky grandchildren, Hannah, 6, and Caleb, 3. My husband has nine siblings so we also have a large extended family scattered throughout Michigan and the West Coast and love to visit them whenever we can.
If you could choose any other career, what would it be and why?
I would still be a teacher of something. I love teaching as you learn as much as you teach. It would definitely have to be a career with people interaction. I am fortunate my career has allowed me to be a nurse and a teacher.
What would you like to do when you retire?
I want to keep learning, whether it be learning about other places or cultures through travel. I loved the Navy life for that reason. I want to pursue some volunteer opportunities. Beyond that I want to learn about the arts. I would love to take an art history course and drawing or painting classes. It is time to explore my right brain. What is your favorite thing about working at UNF?
Working at UNF has been wonderful. Foremost, I love the work environment — especially in the Brooks College of Health. I have never worked with a more dedicated professional and innovative group of individuals. It has been a privilege to be a part of the nursing program and the Brooks College of Health. Watching the University grow over the years has been amazing.
What is the best thing you ever won?
I was fortunate to receive the American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Nursing (AASCIN) Article of the Year in 2005 and again in 2008 for my research publications in the area of patient education and spinal cord injuries. To receive this affirmation of my work was so appreciated.
If you won the lottery, what would do with the money?
This would be sheer fantasy as I never buy lottery tickets but here goes. I would buy a yacht and hire a crew and travel. Maybe Shad Khan’s yacht? I would definitely want an oceanside dream house or more spectacularly an island of my own somewhere out in the Pacific Ocean.
I know I would not get too distracted and remember my roots and endow support for a College of Nursing at UNF!
If you were not working at UNF, what would you be doing?
I would definitely be seeking opportunities with some of the non-profits in town. I like to work outside hospital walls and love new challenges. Again, on the fun side, I’d ride my beach cruiser bicycle on the beach more often and work out.
What is your favorite way to blow an hour?
Talking or catching up with family and friends on the phone or through texting or e-mail.
What was the best money you ever spent?
Anything to do with educational expenses. At each level of education, new opportunities became available for me. On the practical side — my first washing machine and dryer.
What is the proudest/happiest moment of your life?
My wedding day, having children, being the proud mother of the bride, the births of my grandchildren, and earning my doctorate in Educational Leadership! Each of these life events proved exciting beyond words. Tell us something that would surprise people to know about you:
Although I may come across as settled, privately I love adventure and need challenges. I love excitement. I don’t see the adventures ending yet.
What was the first concert you ever attended, and what was the most recent concert you attended?
If you can you believe, it my first concert was The Beatles! I still enjoy the oldies but goodies — Neil Diamond and Rod Stewart.
What person had the greatest impact on your life?
Without a doubt, my husband. He has shared in this wonderful adventure of marriage. He has always encouraged me in my career choices. I also credit my nursing professors in my BSN program at Wayne State University in Detroit way back when for being such wonderful mentors who I still aspire to this day.
What are you most passionate about?
Definitely my work. I take enormous pride in being a professor at UNF and want to be the best role model I can be with students.
Who is the most famous person you ever met?
More recently it was Patty Duke. She is an Academy Award actress who I remembered from my youth. She was invited to a Brooks College of Health event and I had an opportunity to speak with her on a personal level. She has become a spokesperson and advocate for those with mental disorders. As a psychiatric-mental health nurse, I found her willingness as a celebrity to talk so frankly on her own personal journey managing bipolar disorder inspiring.
Tell us something about you that even your friends don’t know:
I am fairly open about my life including the ups and downs, especially with close colleagues and friends. If my friends don’t know about something, then it shouldn’t be shared.
What do you hope to accomplish that you have not done yet?
I have had the exciting privilege of traveling in Asia and living on the island of Guam but only limited travel in Europe. My dream is to go on an extensive trip and really experience Europe beyond that of a typical tourist.
Last book read: The Help.
Congratulations to the following employees who will celebrate a milestone anniversary at UNF in March:
30 years Janice Donaldson, Director of the Small Business Development Center, Small Business Development Center25 years Rosalyn Gilbert, Executive Secretary, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs15 years Decato Burke, Coordinator of Instructional Technology, User Services
10 years Linda Cason, Program Assistant, Training and Services Institute
Betty Garris, Director of Student Government Operations, Student Government
Five years Deborah Kochanowski, Academic Advisor, Brooks College of Health
Stephanie Wehry, Coordinator Research Program Services, Florida Institute of Education
Ann Hamlin, Business Manager, Facilities Planning
Mualla Kekec, Financial Aid Specialist, Enrollment Services Processing OfficeWelcome The following employees were either hired by UNF or were promoted from OPS positions from mid-January to early-February:Laura Berthiaume, Coordinator of Advancement Services
Muharem Brkic, Maintenance Mechanic, Maintenance and Energy Management
Alex Davis, Custodial Supervisor, Custodial Services
Linda Fennell, Custodial Worker, Custodial Services
Tracy Gale, Custodial Worker, Custodial Services
Gregory Randall II, Custodial Worker, Custodial Services
Martha Rengifo, Custodial Worker, Custodial Services
Lordver Nunez, Custodial Worker, Custodial Services
Rhonda Ware, Senior Internal Auditor, Internal Auditing
Soraya Orr, Office Assistant, One Stop Student Services
Great job The following employees were promoted in late-January or early-February.Heather Celetti, Coordinator of Student Affairs, Student Government
Deborah Baker, Assistant Director, Counseling Center
Crystal Fountain, Office Manager, University Parking
Meghan Niemczyk, Clinical Research Coordinator, Nursing
Lynette Qadeer, Senior Custodial Worker, Physical Facilities
Lauren Yerkes, Psychologist, Counseling Center
Teresa Sandrock, Director of Human Resources, Human ResourcesGoodbye Heartfelt well wishes in their new endeavors for the following employees, who left UNF from mid-January to early-February: Reginald Johnson, Custodial Supervisor, Physical Facilities
John Pechonick, Senior Lecturer, Chemistry
Bert Bernreuter, Coordinator, Student Financial Aid, Enrollment Services Processing Office
Jennifer Fortune, Mental Health Counselor, Counseling Center
Chad Nodine, Assistant Maintenance Support, Physical Facilities
Shellsea Oberski, Administrative Secretary, Foundations and Secondary Education
Summer Sullivan, Executive Secretary, Academic Affairs
Lynn Layfield, Assistant Director of Student Financial Aid, Enrollment Services Processing Office
Cynthia Block, Office Assistant, Enrollment Services
Patricia Rodgers, Telecommunications Billing Specialist, Telephone Services
Anne Sheridan Fugard, from the Department of International Business, welcomed her son, Max James Fugard, born Jan. 7.
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs has announced the following grants and contracts:
Dr. Robert Wood (Continuing Education) “Employ Florida Banner Center for Creative Industries," Workforce Florida / U.S. Department of Labor, $718,750, and “Employ Florida Banner Center for Financial and Professional Services," Workforce Florida / U.S. Department of Labor, $694,000
Dr. Cheryl Fountain (Florida Institute of Education) “Jacksonville Journey Evaluation Program,” Early Learning Coalition of Duval, $119,949, and “Success by Design Initiative: Pre-K through Grade 3,” Duval County Public Schools, $473,499
Dr. Jeffrey Michelman (Accounting and Finance), “Mobility Project to Advance the Transatlantic Business School Alliances,” University of North Carolina at Wilmington / U.S. Department of Education, $19,500
Dr. Janice Donaldson (Small Business Development Center), “Florida Small Business Development Network 2012,” University of West Florida / U.S. Small Business Administration, $1,652,052, and “Small Business Technical Assistance to the City of Jacksonville,” City of Jacksonville, $98,940
Dr. Chris Brown (Civil Engineering), “Disinfection Validation Study at Clay County Utilities Authority for FMC Peroxygens,” FMC Peroxygens, $11,509
Drs. N. Mike Jackson and Adel ElSafty (Civil Engineering), “Alternative Methods for Coatings and Materials Used on FDOT Signage and Lighting Structures – Phase 1,” Florida Department of Transportation, $50,000
Dr. Karthikeyan Umapathy (Computing), “Digging into Reports of Human Rights Violations: Anaphora Resolution and Emergent Witnesses,” Georgia State University / National Endowment for the Humanities, $36,883
Dr. Daniel Cox (Mechanical Engineering), “Modeling and Analysis of Lithium Ion Battery Film Substrate Production,” Saft America, Inc., $45,043
Dr. John Nuszkowski (Mechanical Engineering), “Support for the Fuels to Enable Light-Duty Diesel Advanced Combustion Regimes Project,” West Virginia University Research Corporation / Coordinating Research Council, $22,000
Dr. Don Resio (Taylor Engineering Institute) and Drs. Beyza Aslan and Peter Braza (Mathematics and Statistics), “Improved Source Term Formulation for Improved Evolutionary Characteristics of Directional Spectra,” Office of Naval Research, $37,175
Dr. Jeffry Will (Center for Community Initiatives), “Understanding the ‘Face’ of Second Harvest Food Recipients,” Second Harvest Food Bank, $28,060
John Dean (University Police Department), “University of North Florida Police Department Dispatch Center,” City of Jacksonville / U.S. Department of Justice, $167,815
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