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. Thomas Pegelow
Kaplan
14th Southeast German Studies Consortium Workshop
College of Arts and Sciences
Center for Judaic, Holocaust and Peace Studies (former employee)
$500
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
February 2022
Dr. Andrea
Anderson
Child and Adult Care Food Program - Lucy Brock Child Development Food Program
Reich College of Education
Lucy Brock Child Development Laboratory Program
$853
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
February 2022
Dr. Amy Dellinger
Page
Support for Appalachian Senior Programs-Senior Companion Program
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Sociology
$8,820
United Way of Wilkes County
February 2022
Dr. Christine
Hendren
AccelNet Implementation: International Network For Researching, Advancing and Assessing Materials for Environmental Sustainability (INFRAMES)
Research Institute for Environment, Energy and Economics
$9,410
Duke University
February 2022
Dr. Colin
Kelley
Connecting West Africa Users to Cutting Edge Resources: Integrating Satellite Observations and Sub-Seasonal Climate Forecasts to Enhance Agricultural and Pastoral Water-Management Decision-Making Using 21st Century Agro-Pastoral Water Deficit Predictions
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Geography and Planning
$25,775
University of California at Santa Barbara
February 2022
Dr. Maggie
Sugg
A Causal Analysis of the Complex Mental Health Impacts of the Climate Crisis in Young People
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Geography and Planning
$413,598
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
February 2022
Denise
Ringler
Schaefer Center Loss of Revenue Sales
Office of Arts and Cultural Programs
$331,919
U.S. Small Business Administration
February 2022
Denise
Ringler
Schaefer Center Loss of Revenue Sales
Office of Arts and Cultural Programs
$165,959
U.S. Small Business Administration
February 2022
Dr. Brook
Harmon
Integrating Religious/Spiritual Identifiers within the Electronic Medical Records of an Inpatient Medical System in the Mid-South
Beaver College of Health Sciences
Department of Nutrition and Health Care Management
$40,592
Methodist Healthcare Foundation
February 2022
Dr. Jesse
Lutabingwa
2022 Mandela Washington Fellowship Leadership Institute
Office of International Education and Development
$156,005
USAID International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX)
February 2022