FY 2000 New Funds

FY 2000 1st Quarter

Asian Studies

  • Joseph Bosco, "Taiwan's Present and Future Status and China 's Use of Force," Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation

Biology

  • Diane Taylor, "TH2 Bias Effect on Malarial Immunity in Cameroon ," National Institutes of Health

Center for Australian, New Zealand & Pacific Studies

  • Richard Teare, "Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies," Embassy of New Zealand

Center for Latin American Studies

  • John Tutino, "Mexico and the United States:  Inseparable Histories," National Endowment for the Humanities

Center for Population and Health

  • Maxine Weinstein, "Biodemographic Models of Reproductive Aging," National Institutes of Health
  • Maxine Weinstein, "Biodemographic Models of Reproductive Aging," National Institutes of Health

Chemistry

  • Michael Pope, "X-Ray Crystallography of Procyanidin Oligomers," Mars, Inc.
  • Paul Roepe, "Recombinant Anti-DC33 Antibody for AML," Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Economics

  • Marius Schwartz, "IPA with the Department of Justice, Antitrust Division," Department of Justice

Government

  • Marc Chernick, "When Peace Negotiations Address Environmental Policies: Colombia ," U.S. Institute of Peace
  • Stephen King, "Postdoctoral Fellowship for Minorities," National Research Council

Graduate School

  • Gerald Mara, "Faculty Seminars on Social Theory and Cultural Study," National Endowment for the Humanities

Institute for the Study of Diplomacy

  • Casimir Yost, "Congress and Foreign Policy in Post-Cold War Era," Anonymous

Institute for the Study of International Migration

  • Andrew Schoenholz, "Support for Key Institutions - Program on Comparative Immigration and Integration," The German Marshall Fund of the United States

Kennedy Institute of Ethics

  • Leroy Walters, "National Information Resource on Ethics and Human Genetics," National Institutes of Health
  • Leroy Walters, "Creation of Bioethics Citations for the NLM Search Systems," National Institutes of Health

Linguistics

  • James Alatis, "Bilingual Education: Graduate Fellowship Program," US Department of Education

McCourt School of Public Policy

  • Geraldine Dallek, "Telephone Survey Report," National Committee for Quality Assurance
  • Janlori Goldman, "Health Privacy Project," The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Virginia Hodgkinson, "World Values Survey," Anonymous
  • James O'Hara, "Public Education Campaign for Public Health," The Pew Charitable Trusts
  • Robert Schoeplein, "DC Children and Youth Investment Partnership," DC Agenda
  • Richard Sorian, "Policy Papers on Children's Health Issues," The Johns Hopkins University

National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health

  • Rochelle Mayer, "A Healthy Start National Resource Center ," Department of Health and Human Services
  • Linda Randolph, "Services for DCDFC," DC Developing Families Center

Performing Arts

  • Jose Bowen, "The Conductor and the Score," National Endowment for the Humanities

Philosophy

  • Henry Richardson, "Democratic Reasoning about the Ends of Policy," National Endowment for the Humanities

Physics

  • John Currie, "Non-Exclusive Use of the Department of Physics GAEL Laboratory," Southern California Air Conditioner Distributors
  • James Freericks, "Combining ab initio Methods and many-Body Theory to Describe the Electron-Phonon Interaction in Real Materials," National Science Foundation
  • Amy Liu, "Anharmonic Interactions Between Novel Surfaces and Adsorbates," Naval Research Laboratory

School of Business

  • Alan Andreasen, "Applying Marketing Concepts from the Private Sector," The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • James Angel, "Visiting Academic Fellow," National Association of Securities Dealers
  • Patricia Fairfield, "IPA with the Securities and Exchange Commission," Securities and Exchange Commission

School for Summer and Continuing Education

  • Emma Harrington, "Institute On The Constitution," The James Madison Fellowship Foundation
  • Anthony Moore, "Organization Development and Change Management Certificate Program," American Management Systems
  • Ann Williams, "Glass Management Institute Certificate Program," National Glass Association

School of Foreign Service

  • Charles Kupchan, "Return to a Multipolar World: U.S. Grand Strategy," US Institute of Peace

Security Studies

  • James Ludes, "Conference entitled "Buck Rogers or Rock Throwers?"," Anonymous

Sociology

  • Rebecca Wong, "Health and Aging: RPO 68282," The World Bank

Volunteer and Public Service Center

  • Christopher Koliba, "CITY: Collaborative Initiative for Tutoring Youth," Corporation for National Service

FY 2000 2nd Quarter

Biology

  • Joseph Neale, "Relationship between N-Acetylaspartylglutamate and the Metabolic Glutamate R," Bayer AG
  • Joseph Neale, "The Development of an Assay for Peptidase Activity against N-Acetylaspartylg," Pfizer, Inc.
  • Isabella Quakyi, "Immune Disregulation in Malaria and Concomitant Measles," National Institutes of Health
  • Diane Taylor, "Training of Cameroonian Scientists," National Institutes of Health
  • Diane Taylor, "Acquisition of Immunity to Malaria in Cameroon," National Institutes of Health

Center for Contemporary Arab Studies

  • Judith Tucker, "National Resource Center on the Middle East," Department of Education

Center for Latin American Studies

  • Gillian Gunn Clissold, "Research Program on U.S.-Cuba Security Issues," Christopher Reynolds Foundation, Inc.  
  • Gillian Gunn Clissold, "Project to Promote Mutual Understanding and Greater Interaction Between Cuban and Caribbean Scholars,"  General Services Foundation 
  • Gillian Gunn Clissold, "Expansion of the Georgetown University Caribbean Project's Support for Cuban Scholars," Christopher Reynolds Foundation, Inc.

Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching & Service 

  • Jeffrey Collmann, "Georgetown University Community Outreach Partnership Center," US Department of Housing and Urban Development

Chemistry

  • Michael Pope, "Derivatization and Functionalization of Polyoxometalates for Catalysis and New Materials," Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation  
  • David Yang, "Technical Support for an Ongoing Biological Welfare Research," US Army Medical Research
  • David Yang, "Fatty Acid Binding Proteins," Walter Reed Army Institute of Research

Sociology

  • Rebecca Wong, "Mexican Health and Aging Study," NIH/University of Pennsylvania

Institute for the Study of International Migration

  • Susan Martin, "Co-Chair of the Transatlantic Learning Community Immigration Project," The German Marshall Fund of the US

Linguistics

  • Catherine Ball, "Visiting Scientist Assignment," National Science Foundation
  • Deborah Tannen, "Balancing Work and Family:  Creating Parental Identities through Talk," The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

Mathematics

  • Hans Engler, "IPA for Hans Engler," National Science Foundation

McCourt School of Public Policy

  • Judith Feder, "Analytic and Research Support for the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured," The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
  • Janlori Goldman, "Legislative Monitoring Project ," California HealthCare Foundation
  • Virginia Hodgkinson, "Grantee Capacity Building," Jessie Ball DuPont Fund
  • Paul Offner, "Safety Net Health Care System," The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Karen Pollitz, "Consumer Protection in Private Insurance:  State Implementation and Enforcement Experience," The Lewin Group/HHS
  • Robert Schoeplein, "DC Office of Early Childhood Development, "University of the District of Columbia

National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health

  • Rochelle Mayer, "National Consortium to Advance Education," HRSA/Maternal and Child Health Bureau

Security Studies

  • Bernard Finel, "DLAMP Course Development - II," Booz-Allen and Hamilton, Inc.

Physics

  • John Currie, "Non-Exclusive Use of the Department of Physics GAEL Laboratory," Southern California Air Conditioning Distributors
  • James Freericks, "A Microscopic Description of the Josephson-Junction Interface," Office of Naval Research
  • Joseph Serene, "Green's Function Monte Carlo Approaches to Atomic, Molecular, and Condensed Matter Physics," Office of Naval Research

Psychology

  • Darlene Howard, "Aging and the Implicit Learning of Sequential Patterns," National Institutes of Health

School for Summer and Continuing Education

  • Roy Godson, "Bradley Fellowship," The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation

School of Foreign Service

  • George Shambaugh, "Public Decisions to Manage Private Capital," Anonymous

FY 2000 3rd Quarter

Biology

  • Matthew Hamilton, "CRB - The Impacts of Tropical Forest Fragmentation on Population Structure, Seed and Pollen Gene Flow and Future Genetic Diversity in the Tropical Tree Corythophora alta," National Science Foundation
  • David Nishioka, "Biological Effects of Telomerase Inhibitors on Normal Cells:  Sea Urchin Embryo Model," CTRC Research Foundation
  • Diane Taylor, "Training of Cameroonian Scientists in Malaria Research," National Institutes of Health/University of North Carolina
  • Martha Weiss, "Ecological Significance of Frass Ejection Behavior in Lepidopteron Larvae," Department of Agriculture

Center for Latin American Studies

  • John Bailey, "Technical Development of the Political Database of the Americas," Organization of American States
  • John Bailey, "Teaching, Research and Outreach – Mexico Project," The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
  • Miguel Ceballos, "Structuring Technical Study Groups for Colombian Peace," United States Agency for International Development

Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching & Service

  • Sharon Morgenthaler, "Service for All Seasons/Community Preservation Day,"  Corporation for National Service
  • Shaka Thorne, "After School Kids (ASK) Program,"  DC Government

Chemistry

  • Paul Roepe, "The Physiology of Drug Resistant Malaria," National Institutes of Health
  • Paul Roepe, "Pilot Studies in Drug and Gene Delivery Platforms," Theramed, Inc.
  • David Yang, "Identification of Changes in Gene Expression," DARPA

Economics

  • Marius Schwartz, "IPA Agreement with the Department of Justice, Anti-Trust Division," US Department of Justice

Institute for the Study of International Migration

  • Susan Forbes-Martin, "World Migration Report," International Organization for Migration 
  • Susan Forbes-Martin, "Complex Forced Migration Emergencies:  Towards a New Humanitarian Regime," The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
  • Lindsay Lowell, "Assessing the H1-B Workforce," Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers, Inc. 

Linguistics

  • Deborah Tannen, "Balancing Work and Family:  Creating Parental Identities through Talk," The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

McCourt School of Public Policy

  • Judith Feder, "Continuation of the Project on Incremental Health Reform," The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
  • Janlori Goldman, "Ethical Issues Surrounding E-Health," California HealthCare Foundation
  • Virginia Hodgkinson, "Grantee Capacity Building," Jesse Ball duPont Fund
  • Virginia Hodgkinson, "Fostering Community Leadership:  Educational Partnerships to Build the Leadership Capability of the Nonprofit Sector in the National Capital Area," The W.K. Kellogg Foundation
  • Harriet Komisar, "Impact of the Balanced Act on Home Health," Laguna Research Associates
  • Jens Ludwig, "National Consortium on Violence Research," Carnegie Mellon University/NSF
  • James O'Hara, "Public Education Campaign for Public Health," The Pew Charitable Trusts
  • Karen Pollitz, "Issue Brief on State External Review Programs," The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
  • Alexandra Shields, "Racial Disparities in Quality of Asthma Care Received by Children in Medicaid Managed Care," The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 
  • Richard Sorian, "Advancing HIV/AIDS Policy Discussions on ,"The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Physics

  • John Currie, "Non-Exclusive Use of the Department of Physics GAEL Laboratory,"  Southern California Air Conditioning Distributors
  • Amy Liu, "Conference on Electronic Structure and Magnetism in Complex Materials,"  National Science Foundation
  • Amy Liu, "Anharmonic Interactions Between Novel Surfaces and Adsorbates,"  Naval Research Laboratory
  • Jeffrey Urbach, "Precisely Controlled Gradients for Axon Guidance," National Institutes of Health

School of Foreign Service

  • Charles Kupchan, "Rising and Fading Powers:  International Order in Transition,"  United Nations University 

Security Studies

  • Bernard Finel, "Conference – Regional Security Orders a Decade After the Cold War," United States Air Force

FY 2000 4th Quarter

Biology

  • Janet Mann, "REU Supplement," National Science Foundation
  • Joseph Neale, "NAAG Peptidase and Neuronal Function," National Institutes of Health
  • Ronda Rolfes, "Regulation of Purine Nucleotide Biosynthesis in Yeast," National Science Foundation
  • Anne Rosenwald, "Regulation of Membrane Traffic by the Arl Protein in Yeast," National Science Foundation
  • Diane Taylor, "Acquisition of Immunity to Malaria in Cameroon ," National Institutes of Health

Center for Contemporary Arab Studies

  • Judith Tucker, "National Resource Center and Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship," Education Department

Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies

  • Harley Balzer, "National Resource Center and Foreign Language Area Studies Fellowship Program," Education Department

Center for Latin American Studies

  • Miguel Ceballos, "Internal War and Democratic Governability,"  United States Agency for International Development
  • Robin King, "Trade and Integration in the Americas:  Training for Government Officials,"  Government of Jamaica
  • Miguel Ceballos, "IPA with the national Security Council,"  National Security Council

Chemistry

  • Angel de Dios, "CAREER: NMR Chemical Shifts in Peptides," National Science Foundation
  • Michael Pope, "Derivatized and Nanoscale Polyoxometalate Cluster Anions," National Science Foundation
  • Richard Weiss, "Macroscopic Perturbations and Microscopic Consequences to the Dynamics of Guest Molecules in a Set of Well-Characterized Polyethylene Films Characterization of Guest Sites," American Chemical Society/Petroleum Research Fund
  • Richard Weiss, "Molecular Approaches to the Design, Utilization and Transformation of Assemblies," National Science Foundation

Computer Science

  • Richard Squier, "Solitonic Gateless Computing," Department of the Army

Graduate School

  • Gerald Mara, "Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research," Department of Education
  • Gerald Mara, "Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad," Department of Education

History

  • Nancy Tucker, "Rethinking US-Taiwan Relations," Anonymous

Institute for the Study of International Migration

  • Patricia Fagen, "Phasing Out Phasing Down - Impacts on Peace Consolidation & Rebuilding," United States Institute of Peace
  • Susan Forbes-Martin, "Refugees and Humanitarian Emergencies," The Andrew Mellon Foundation 

McCourt School of Public Policy

  • Judith Feder, "Picker/Commonwealth Program on Fostering the Independence of Frail Elders," The Commonwealth Fund
  • Janlori Goldman, "Evaluation of Quotesmith Web Site," California HealthCare Foundation
  • Janlori Goldman, "Assessing the Privacy Policies of Health Insurance Sites," California HealthCare Foundation
  • Janlori Goldman, "General Operations Support for the Health Privacy Project," Trellis Fund
  • Virginia Hodgkinson, "World Values Survey," The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
  • Virginia Hodgkinson, "Comparative Research Project on Civil Society and its Relationship to Government," The Ford Foundation
  • Virginia Hodgkinson, "World Values Survey," The Ford Foundation
  • Jean Mitchell, "Disease Management in the Florida Medicaid Program for AIDS, Diabetes, and Hemophilia," Florida State University/HCFA
  • James O'Hara, "Public Education Campaign for Public Health," The Pew Charitable Trusts
  • Karen Pollitz, "Assess Individual Insurance Market in the Post-HIPAA Era: Lessons Learned," Department of Health and Human Services
  • Karen Pollitz, "Providing Information to Consumers on Access to Health Care Coverage," The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Karen Pollitz, "Consumer Training Program," W. K. Kellogg Foundation
  • Robert Schoeplein, "DC Children and Youth Investment Partnership," DC Agenda
  • Robert Schoeplein, "Preparation of Indexed Inventories," DC Agenda
  • Alexandra Shields, "Translating Science to Practice - Policy Component," The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Richard Sorian, "Policy Papers on Children's Health Issues," The Johns Hopkins University
  • Richard Sorian, "Translating Science to Practice: Building an Action Strategy - Communications," The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Performing Arts

  • Alison Hilton, "Meetings to Discuss Future Russian Folk Art Exhibit," Trust for Mutual Understanding

Physics

  • John Currie, "Bio-fluidic Chip Technology for Chemical/Biological Microsystems," Department of the Army
  • John Currie, "Non-Exclusive Use of the Department of Physics GAEL Laboratory," Southern California Air Conditioner Distributors
  • Amy Liu, "Workshop on Opportunities in Materials Theory (II)," National Science Foundation
  • Amy Liu, "Conference on Electronic Structure and Magnetism in Complex Materials," Office of Naval Research Laboratory
  • Jeffery Urbach, "PECASE: Non-Equilibrium Dynamics of Thin Fluidized Granular Media," National Science Foundation

Psychology

  • Darlene Howard, "Aging and the Implicit Learning of Sequential Patterns," National Institutes of Health

School of Business

  • Marlene Morris, "The Strong Start Program: A Faculty for the Future Initiative," Duke University/GE Fund
  • Stanley Nollen, "Business Decisions About Knowledge Transfer to Foreign Operations: The Effects of WTO in India ," Carnegie Bosch Institute

School for Summer and Continuing Education

  • Michael Collins, "Organization Development Certificate Program - Hague," American Management Systems
  • Emma Harrington, "Institute On The Constitution," The James Madison Fellowship Foundation

Science, Technology and International Affairs

  • Kai-Henrik Barth, "Scientists and the Making of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty," National Science Foundation