Proposals funded: Gross, Rejeski, Curtis, Mewhinney

Congratulations to Michael Gross, associate professor of engineering, whose proposal entitled “CAREER: Processing High Surface Area, Nanostructured Ceramic Scaffolds at High Temperatures via In-Situ Carbon Templating of Hybrid Materials” has been funded by the National Science Foundation.

Congratulations to Professor of Health and Exercise Science Jack Rejeski, whose proposal entitled “Molecular transducers of physical activity consortium coordinating center (CCC)” has been funded by the National Institutes of Health and by (subaward/subcontract) the University of Florida.

Congratulations to Mark Curtis, assistant professor of economics, whose proposal entitled “Policy and Entrepreneurship” has been funded by the Ewing M. Kauffman Foundation.

Congratulations to Kate Mewhinney, managing attorney for The Elder Law Clinic, whose proposal entitled “Client Needs Fund” was funded by the N.C. Bar Foundation.