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Congratulations to our faculty, staff and graduate students as recent award recipients!


Bao, Shaowu‌‌‌

Shaowu Bao
Assistant Professor
Department of Coastal and Marine Systems Science

Project awarded $9,000 from the SC Sea Grant Consortium
Title: Impacts of Future Sea Level Rise on Flood Vulnerability of SC and the Function of Stormwater Mgt Ponds

The purpose of this project is to conduct a preliminary assessment of how the projected Sea Level Rise and more rainfall due to climate change might impact the state's 10,000 residential-based stormwater ponds.

Project awarded $103,534 from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Title: Use of Satellite Data to Evaluate the Connections Between the Radiation, Cumulus Convection, and Microphysics Parameterization Schemes and Their Scale Sensitivity for FV3-GFS

This project aims to test, evaluate and diagnose the connections between the atmospheric physics parameterization schemes. 


Angela Dembiczak

Angela Dembiczak
Academic Coaching Specialist
Provost's Office

Project awarded $10,000 from SC Humanities
Title: South Carolina History Day 2018-2019

Grant funding will be used to support South Carolina History Day events across the state. 


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Till Hanebuth
Associate Professor
Department of Coastal and Marine Systems Science

Project awarded $85,352 from the City of Georgetown and Georgetown County
Title: Feasibility Study- Developing a Strategy to Overcome Georgetown Harbor Silting

This feasibility study aims to produce a powerful simulation tool that allows for fully quantitative, highly localized projections of different technical solution scenarios to mobilize and export the silts along this particular stretch of the Sampit River.


 David Roper

David Roper
Director
Public Safety

Project awarded $74,412 from the SC Office of the Attorney General
Title: Law Enforcement Victim Advocate                                        

This funding through the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) helps to support the Victim Advocate Program on the CCU campus.


 Cheryl Morgan

Cheryl Morgan
Assistant Professor
Director, Life Program

Project awarded $8,000 from Arc of the Midlands
Title: Project SEARCH
                   

This grant provides partial funding for the licensing fees to support the implementation of a Project SEARCH program in our community in the 2019-2020 school year. 


 

  

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