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Grants, Awards, and Publications
Angelo Ancheta (School of Law) received additional funding of $27,922 from County of Santa Clara to support the "Unmet Civil Legal Services Program".
David Hasen (School of Law) received a one year funding of $75,000 from the Internal Revenue Service, Low Income Taxpayer Clinic Program to support the "Santa Clara University Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic" to be run by Caroline Chien at the Katharine & George Alexander Community Law Center.
David Hess (Biology) received an additional $154,664 funding from the National Science Foundation to support "RUI: Utilization of Natural Variation in Domesticated Strains of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae to Elucidate Metabolic Specialization."
Nam Ling (Computer Engineering) has received $60,000 from the Huawei Technologies, Co., Ltd. to support "High Efficiency Video Coding - Next Step.”
David Hess (Biology) received a four year contract from the University of Washington on a NIH prime award that provides $71,712 to support "Genetic Basis of Stress Tolerance in Natural Populations of Yeast."
Ahmed Amer (Computer Engineering) received $109,986 from the National Science Foundation to support "SHF: AF: Small: Collaborative Research: RESAR: Robust, Efficient, Scalable, Autonomous Reliable Storage for the Cloud."
Shoba Krishnan (Electrical Engineering) received an additional $8,333 in subcontract funding from the University of Minnesota, Department of Energy Prime to support "A Nationwide Consortium of Universities to Revitalize Electric Power Engineering Education by State of the Art Laboratories."
Elizabeth Dahlhoff (Biology) has received an additional $66,862 from the National Science Foundation to support "Collaborative Research: RUI: Ecological and Evolutionary Responses to Environmental Change in Sierra Nevada Populations of a Montane Willow Beetle."
Betty Young (Physics) received year two funding of $39,015 from the National Science Foundation to support the "Cryogenic Detector Work for SuperCDMS and Beyond."
Yuling Yan (Electrical Engineering) has received an additional $44,031 from UC Berkeley/NIH Prime to support "High-Contrast Imaging of Single Molecules in Live Cells.”
Steve Suljak (Chemistry) and John Birmingham (Physics) have received additional funding from Research Corporation for Science Advancement that provides $38,219 to support "Investigating the Role of Neurohemal Biogenic Amines in Shaping Stomatogastric Motor Programs of the Crab Cancer Borealis." This is the final installment of an award that totaled $75,000.
Virginia Matzek (Environmental Studies) has received an award from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture/USDA to support "Riparian Forests as Ecological and Economic Buffers to Climate Vulnerability in Flood-Prone Agricultural Systems."
Chris Kitts (Mechanical Engineering) received additional funding from NASA Ames Research Center that provides $425,000 to support "Small Spacecraft Division Microsatellite-Nanosatellite Technology Research & Development Support."