Awarded External Grants & Contracts

App State faculty and staff routinely receive grant funding from state, regional and national organizations, as well as business and industry sponsors, in support of their research, creative and/or scholarly endeavors. These projects span a variety of disciplines — STEM, the arts and humanities, and business, to name a few — and have far-reaching impact.

In fiscal year 2023, App State’s external funding from grants and contracts totaled $22.3 million — the second highest amount in university history.

Browse externally awarded grants/contracts in the table below and use the search field to filter awarded grants/contracts by campus unit.

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2021-2022

Awardee Project Title College/School/Division Award Amount Sponsor Date Awarded
Dr. James
Beeler
Young Eisner Scholars (YES) Watauga
Division of Academic Affairs
College Access Partnerships
$18,135
Young Eisner Scholars
April 2022
Dr. Jeremy
Ferrell
Promoting Integrated On-Farm Bioenergy Technologies
College of Fine and Applied Arts
Department of Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment
$76,396
North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
April 2022
Dr. Michael
Reddish
LEAPS-MPS: Determining All the Contributions of Adrenodoxin to Cytochrome P450 Catalysis
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Chemistry and Fermentation Sciences
$249,840
National Science Foundation
April 2022
Dr. Katherine
Mawhinney
Math PATH Scholars
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Mathematical Sciences
$25,000
Ellucian Foundation
March 2022
Dr. Heather
Ondercin
Masculine and Feminine Attributes of Major Party Candidates: Understanding America's Changing Conceptualization of Candidates and Parties
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Government and Justice Studies
$20,700
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
March 2022
Dr. Julie
Shepherd-Powell
Arts Equity Project Grants
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Interdisciplinary Studies
$5,700
North Carolina Arts Council
March 2022
Dr. David
Nieman
Countermeasure Influence of 4-Weeks Cranberry Ingestion on Immune Dysfunction, Inflammation and Muscle Damage Induced by Intensive Running
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Biology
$326,120
Ocean Spray
March 2022
Dr. Julie
Hasson
Equity-Centered Pipeline Initiative Proposal - Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools
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Reich College of Education
Department of Leadership and Educational Studies
$470,000
Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools
March 2022
Dr. Betsy
Rosenbalm
ESSER II FUNDING
Reich College of Education
Public School Partnership
$299,239
East Carolina University
March 2022
Dr. David
Nieman
Influence of 2-Weeks Mango Ingestion on Inflammation Resolution After Vigorous Exercise
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Biology
$170,060
National Mango Board
March 2022