External Funding of the Faculty

C.M. Sharpless, “Collaborative Research: Oxygenation of Hydrocarbons in the Ocean,” National Science Foundation, Division of Ocean Sciences, 2013-2016. (Co-PIs D. Valentine, U.C. Santa Barbara, C.M. Reddy, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

K.M. Slunt, D. Baker, B.O. Kisila, V. McCall, D. Hydorn, J. Hayob, “STEM Talent Expansion through Research, Engagement, Preparation, and Scholarship (STEREPS),”  National Science Foundation STEP Grant, 2011-2016.

C.M. Sharpless, “Collaborative Research: Role of Organic Matter Source in the Photodegradation of Pharmaceutical Compounds,” National Science Foundation, Division of Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental, and Transport Systems, 2011-2014. (Co-PIs A.A. MacKay, U. Conn., Y.-P. Chin, Ohio St. U.)

K.M. Slunt, V. McCall, E. Rhoades, “Science Inquiry in the Environment (SINE),” Virginia Department of Education Mathematics and Science Partnership (MSP) Grant, 2008-2010.

J.A. Asper “A New Solution Phase Protecting Group Strategy for Alkyl Guanidines,” Petroleum Research Fund Type GB Grant, 2008-2011.

C.M. Sharpless, “Probing the Mechanism of Singlet Oxygen Production by Natural Organic Matter “, Virginia Academy of Science Gwathmey Chemistry Award, 2009-2010.

C.M. Sharpless, “Probing the Origins of Natural Organic Matter Photochemistry Using Spectroscopic and Electrochemical Approaches,” Research Corporation, 2007-2009.

C.M. Sharpless, “Photochemistry of Natural Organic Matter in the Rappahannock River”, Virginia Academy of Science Small Project Research Funds, 2006-2007.

Loesser-Casey (PI), K.; Hayob, J. (Co-PI); Matts, S.(Co-PI); O’Dell, D. (Co-PI); Tibert, N. (Co-PI); Gallik, S. (Faculty Associate); and Giancarlo, L. (Faculty Associate) “Acquisition of a Variable-Presure Scanning Electron Microscope for Multidisciplinary Use at Mary Washington College,” NSF MRI Grant, 2004.

Giancarlo, L.C. (PI), Scott, Raymond (Co-PI), and Slunt, K.M. (Co-PI) “Acquisition of a Scanning Tunneling and Atomic Force Microscope,” NSF MRI Grant, 2001.