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My team and I have been awarded $432,009 from the National Science Foundation, for a project called “Reduce Energy Consumption Through Integrated Design: How Do Engineers Translate and Teams Synthesize?” and I’ll be serving as Co-PI. (more…)
I’m proud to have been awarded $11,825 from the National Science Foundation to support the work of one of my graduate students Brittany Fiore-Silfvast. The award is “Doctoral Dissertation Research: The Informationalization of Healthcare: Shifting Subjectivities, Organizational Forms and Ways of Knowing in the U.S. and India” and while procedurally I’m named as PI the funds will support her excellent work.
My team and I have been awarded $218,082 from the National Science Foundation (SES-0823338) for a project called “Assessing Collaboration Across Organizational Boundaries in U.S. Green Construction: Does Working Together With New Information Technology Result In Better Buildings?” I will be serving as Principal Investigator. (more…)