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Other Grants Received

Grants: 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

2011

  1. “Funds for the Gut-Renovation of Cannon 7 (the auditorium in Cannon Hall)” received by Malcolm J. D’Souza, Ph.D. from the NSF-EPSCoR program
  2. “Contamination of Phthalates in the Indoor Environment and Their Correlation with Other Organic Contaminants,” NSF-EPSCoR Seed Grant, 01/01/2011 – 12/31/2011, received by  Dr. Qiquan (Josh) Wang, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Delaware State University; Dr. Samuel Besong, Associate Professor of Human Ecology; and Dr. Malcolm J. D’Souza, Professor of Chemistry, Wesley College.

2010

  1. “Transitioning Undergraduate Research in Science at Wesley to Meet the Challenges of the 21st Century,” National Science Foundation (NSF-ARI-R2) grant, 09/01/2010 – 08/31/2012, received by Malcolm J. D’Souza, Ph.D.  This grant provided funds to renovate two research labs, and to add a cold room and Wi-Fi to Cannon Hall.

2009

  1. BCBCG-2009 Conference Travel Grant – 2009, received by Malcolm J. D’Souza, Ph.D. from Bio-Rad Laboratories, PA
  1. KnowItAll® Software Acquisition, 2009, received by Malcolm J. D’Souza, Ph.D. from Bio-Rad Laboratories, PA

2008

  1. ACS Travel Grant – 2008, received by Malcolm J. D’Souza, Ph.D. from Bio-Rad Laboratories, PA
  1. NSF / EPSCoR – RI Supplement, received by Keka C. Biswas, Ph.D. from the National Science Foundation (NSF)
  1. NSF / EPSCoR – RII, received by Keka C. Biswas, Ph.D. from the National Science Foundation (NSF)

2007

  1. KnowItAll® Software Acquisition, 2007, received by Malcolm J. D’Souza, Ph.D. from Bio-Rad Laboratories, PA

2006

  1. PITTCON-2006 – Travel Grant, 2006 received by Malcolm J. D’Souza, Ph.D. from Bio-Rad Laboratories, PA

2005

  1. NSF-Major Research Instrumentation Grant received by Malcolm J. D’Souza, Ph.D. Co-PI (with DSU) from National Science Foundation (NSF), 2005-2008 Acquisition of a 300 MHz NMR Spectrometer