Angelos Hannides (Marine Science) along with Danielle Viso and Susan Libes received an award for $59,479 from the South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium and NOAA for year one of their project on Coastal and Estuarine Acidification in Long Bay, SC.
Till Hanebuth (Marine Science) received a four-year grant award from the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources for $329,112 for his work on Late Holocene and Historic Sea-Level and Land-Elevation Changes along the northern coast of South Carolina.
He also received a $10,000 award from Horry County Rising to prepare a detailed and comprehensive slide show and outreach activities to address the urgent demands and issues that result from the rising water tables in Horry County's coastal lowlands.
|Diane Fribance (Marine Science) received a four-year grant award from the National Science Foundation for $420,533 for her collaborative research project on the Dynamics of Cross-Shelf Plumes under Upwelling Wind Conditions.|
|Anthony Setari (Education Policy, Research & Evaluation) and Pam Martin (Politics) received an award from the Coastal Community Foundation to create a dashboard to target data on poverty, hunger, health and well-being, education, work and economic growth, sustainability and climate action for ten SC counties for their project entitled Georgetown RISE SDG Dashboard and Sustainable Development Fellows Program.|
|Lanie Karstrom (Sustain Coastal) received an award from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control for $9,213 for the Collegiate Recycling Grant Program. Funding will be used to help move the university's waste diversion at home football games from a 70% diversion rate to closer to 90%.|
|Gary Schmidt (Languages and Intercultural Studies) received a $2,000 mini-grant from South Carolina Humanities to support Gullah Geechee Community Day scheduled for February 26, 2022 in downtown Conway.|
|Cheryl Morgan (LIFE Program) received a $60,000 award from the South Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation Department for the Pre-Employment Transition Serivces Program. The grant-funded Skills Trainer will provide Pre-Employment Transition Services to Vocational Rehabilitation stuents in the Coastal Carolina Project SEARCH site at Conway Medical Center.|
|Juli Harding (Marine Science) received a grant subaward for $114,543 from the University of South Carolina on their award from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Her project is entitled Integrating climate change effects into ecosystem-based fisheries management: Penaeid shrimp in the southeast US.|
|Gary Schmidt (Languages and Intercultural Studies) and Alli Crandell (Athenaeum Press) received a $2,500 mini-grant from the Frances P. Bunnelle Foundation for Gullah Geechee Community Day. This event is planned for February 26, 2022 in downtown Conway.|
|Rusell Fielding (HTC Honors College) received a three-year subaward from Harvard University in the amount of $229,841 for his project on the Environmental tipping points of cultural identity extinction in integrated human-ecological systems represented by small fishing nations, funded by the National Science Foundation.|