Pace’s NSF Researchers

National Science Foundation
Current Award List for Pace University (8/2/05)
Total of $1,170,468 to Pace Researchers

1. RUI: Effects of the Antimicrobial Agent Triclosan on the Emergence of Antibiotic Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus
NSF Award#:0355213
Cumulative Award :$124,005
Original Start Date: Sep 05, 2003
Principal Investigator: Professor Marcy Kelly
Department of Biological Sciences
Dyson College of Arts & Sciences

2. Enhancing the Mathematical Foundation of Students through Online Course Modules
NSF Award#:0311016
Current Cumulative Award Amount:$164,985
Original Start Date: Aug 15, 2003
Proposal Principal Investigator: Professor Patricia F. Giurgescu
Program Principal Investigator: Beth Klingner, Director of Instructional Technology, 
Co-Principal Investigator: Dean Nira Herrmann  
Department of Mathematics
Dyson College of Arts & Sciences

3. Real Time Monitoring of Rivers and Estuaries: Planning Workshops
NSF Award#:0223998
Cumulative Award Amount:$92,310
Original Start Date: Aug 01, 2002
Principal Investigator: Professor Michael Roberts, Co-PI: John Cronin
Director of the Pace Academy for the Environment (PAE).
Dyson College of Arts & Sciences

4. Integrating Formal Methods Tools into the Undergraduate Curriculum
NSF Award#:0126991
Cumulative Award Amount:$73,423
Original Start Date: Sep 01, 2002
Principal Investigator: Professor Sotirios Skevoulis
Co-PIs: Professor David P. Benjamin and Associate Dean Dennis Anderson
Department of Computer Science
School of Computer Science and Information Systems

5. High Performance Network Connections for Science and Engineering Research - HPNC: Internet 2 at Pace University
NSF Award#:0125043
Cumulative Award Amount:$200,000
Original Start Date: Sep 15, 2001
Principal Investigator: Dean Susan M. Merritt
Co-PIs: Associate Dean Dennis Anderson, Professor Francis Marchese, and Professor Jean Coppola
School of Computer Science and Information Systems

6. Scholarships for Computer Science and Computer Technology Students
NSF Award#:0123052
Cumulative Award Amount:$248,084
Original Start Date: Jan 01, 2002
Principal Investigator: Associate Dean Dennis Anderson
Department of Information Systems
School of Computer Science and Information Systems

7. The Functional Significance of Chorus-Mediated Changes in Signaling Behavior in the Gray Treefrog
NSF Award#:0342183
Cumulative Award Amount:$180,000
Original Start Date: Mar 22, 2004
Principal Investigator: Professor Josh Schwartz
Department of Biological Sciences
Dyson College of Arts & Sciences

8. Collaborative Research: Adapting and Extending WebWork for Use in the Computer Science Curriculum

NSF Award# 0511385

Cumulative Award Amount: $87,661

Original Start Date: July 15, 2005

Principal Investigator: Professor Christelle Scharff

Co-PI’s: Professor Olly Gotel and Professor Richard Kline

Department of Computer Science

School of Computer Science and Information Systems