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Archuleta, R.J. (Earth Science), Earth Research Institute, $359,859, National Science Foundation, “Improving Resolution of Finite Fault Inversions with Increasing Bandwidth.”

Bazan, G.C. (Materials Research Laboratory), Chemistry & Biochemistry, $240,246, Office of Naval Research, “Acquisition of a MALDI TOF Mass Spectrometer for Research and Education on Organic Solar Cells.”

Bowers, M.T. (Chemistry & Biochemistry), Institute for Terahertz Science & Technology, $269,309, Asian Office of Aerospace Research and Development, “Metal and Ligated Metal Clusters: A New Instrument.”

Brenner, M.E. (Education), Ograin, C.M. (Mathematics), Gevirtz Research Institute, $43,000, UC Los Angeles, “UCSB Stir Project.”

Bueno Cachadina, M.I., Ograin, C.M., Mathematics, $3,000, Mathematical Association of America, Inc., “The Discovering Mathematics Program.”

Buratto, S.K. (Chemistry & Biochemistry), Institute for Terahertz Science & Technology, $283,864, National Science Foundation, “Connectivity and ION Conductance in Fuel Cell Membranes Probed by Tunneling Atomic Force Microscopy.”

Cheng, K., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $80,000, Semiconductor Research Corporation, “Coverage Discounting - A Methodology for Exposing Functional Coverage Holes and Insufficient Checking.”

Clark, J.F. (Earth Science), Earth Research Institute, $21,109, City of Avalon, “Linking Coastal Contamination to the Local Sewage System Using a Sulfer Hexaflouride as Deliberate Tracer.”

Cosden, M. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Gevirtz Research Institute, $26,660, Santa Barbara County, “Evaluation of Santa Barbara County Alcohol and Drug Programs.”

Cosden, M. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Sharkey, J. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Gevirtz Research Institute, $45,000, Santa Barbara County, “Bridges to Recovery (B2R).”

Cosden, M. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Gevirtz Research Institute, $50,000, Santa Barbara County, “Children Affected by Methamphetamine: Family Treatment Drug Court.”

Cosden, M. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Gevirtz Research Institute, $45,000, Santa Barbara County, “Clean and Sober Drug Court.”

Daugherty, P.S. (Chemical Engineering), Center for Bioengineering, $226,015, Lilly Research Laboratories, “Protease Substrate Discovery Using Bacterial Display Technology (CLiPS) to Enable Targeted Drug Delivery to Hepatocytes.”

Dawson, D.R. (Natural Reserve System), Swarbrick, S. (Natural Reserve System), Marine Science Institute, $1,412,000, California Department of Fish and Game, “Infrastructure and Facility Improvements at the Sierra Nevada Aquatic Research Laboratory (SNARL).”

Dewar, T.J. (Graduate School of Education), Gevirtz Research Institute, $20,000, National Writing Project Corporation, “NWP Teacher Leadership Development Grant 2012-13.”

Ferris, M., Student Health Service, $45,000, Santa Barbara County, “Education and Outreach to Students, Property Managers and Other Isla Vista Community Stakeholders on Binge Drinking Prevention.”

Garcia, M. (Chicana and Chicano Studies), Chicano Studies Institute, $1,500, UC Mexus, “Latino Physicians: A Collective Testimonio.”

Ghosh, B., English, $45,000, Cornell University, “Risky Business:  Pirates, Intellectual Property, Security.”

Giddings, S.B., Physics, $11,500, Foundational Questions in Physics and Cosmology Institute, “Workshop on Quantum Gravity.”

Gwinn, E.G. (Physics), Fygenson, D.K. (Physics), California Nanosystems Institute, $555,000, National Science Foundation, “Silver Nanocluster Emitters in Nucleic Acid Assemblies.”

Hayton, T.W., Chemistry & Biochemistry, $450,000, Department of Energy Chicago Field Office, “Exploring the Reactivity of the Uranyl Ion and its Chalcogen Analogues:  Expanding our Understanding of Uranyl Reactivity and Behavior.”

Knapp, R.A., Marine Science Institute, $116,146, National Park Service, “Preventing the Extirpation of Mountain Yellow-legged Frog Populations in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Following Disease-caused Mass-mortality Events.”

Legrady, G.T. (Art Studio), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $211,121, National Science Foundation, “EAGER:  James Bay Cree Visual Ethnographic Resource:  Digitization of a Collection of a Photographic Archive from 1973.”

Martin, C.L., Physics, $52,193, Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, “Testing Feedback with z=1 Star-forming Galaxies.”

Mazer, S.J. (Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology), Marine Science Institute, $77,674, University of St. Thomas, “Collaborative RUI: The Evolution of Life History, Physiological, and Floral Traits in Clarkia: Do Genetic Correlations Affect Mating System Evolution?”

Meiring, W., Statistics & Applied Probability, $51,917, San Francisco State University Foundation, Inc., “Developing a Statistical Model of Delta Smelt & Other Fish Species.”

Melack, J.M. (Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology), Earth Research Institute, $167,056, National Science Foundation, “LTREB Renewal-Collaborative Research: Responses of High Elevation, Aquatic Ecosystems to Interannual Climate Variability and Trends in Atmospheric Inputs.”

Mishra, U.K., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $600,000, Office Of Naval Research, “W Band Power Transistors with High Power Added Efficiency Using N-polar InAlN/GaN HEMTs.”

Pettus, T.R., Chemistry & Biochemistry, $55,000, UC Cancer Research Coordinating Committee, “Novel Small Molecules and New Strategies for Probing Inhibition of Telomerase.”

Plaxco, K.W., Chemistry & Biochemistry, $91,961, UC Irvine, “An Integrated Multiplex Antibody Sensor for Rapid, Point-of-Care Serodiagnosis.”

Quirk, M. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Felix, E. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Gevirtz Research Institute, $63,842, Santa Barbara Foundation, “Evaluation of THRIVE Santa Barbara County K-3 Services.”

Roberts, L.S. (History), Shmagin, V.E. (History), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $14,447, UC Pacific Rim Research Program, “Russo-Japanese Contacts From the Early 18th to the Late 19th Centuries.”

Rodwell, M.J., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $106,473, Georgia Institute of Technology, “RET Site: National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN) RET.”

Romo, L. (Education), Bianchini, J. (Education), Chicano Studies Institute, $1,200,724, National Institutes of Health, “Integrating Health and Biology in a Science Curriculum for Latino Preschoolers.”

Sarkar, B., Film Studies, $45,000, Cornell University, “Risky Business:  Pirates, Intellectual Property, Security.”

Sharkey, J. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Cosden, M. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Gevirtz Research Institute, $67,328, Santa Barbara County, “Criminal Justice Realignment (AB 109).”

Sharkey, J. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Cosden, M. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Gevirtz Research Institute, $53,204, Santa Barbara County, “Reduction of Parolee Recidivism with Local Probation Practices (SB 678).”

Wilkinson, R.C., Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, $67,000, California State Water Control Board, “Advising the California State Water Resources Control Board on the Technical Aspects of Predicted Climate Change.”

ARRA-Smith, W.C. (Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology), Manjunath, B. (Electrical & Computer Engineering), Neuroscience Research Institute, $1,597,499, National Institutes of Health, “Morphomic Analysis of a Simple Chordate.”

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