Anson, C. M. "Standard: An Investigation of Text Recycling in Scientific Research Writing," 2017-2020. National Science Foundation. [$599,208; co-Principal Investigator, with Cary Moskovitz (PI), Michael Pemberton, Suzanne Hall, and Ian Anson; pending]
Anson, C. M. "The Role of Instructor and Peer Feedback in Improving the Cognitive, Interpersonal, and Intrapersonal Competencies of Student Writers in STEM Courses," 2015-2018. National Science Foundation. [880,000; Co-Principal Investigator, with Joseph Moxley (USF), Christiane Donahue (Dartmouth), Suzanne Lane (MIT, and Valerie Ross (Penn); assisted by Kendra Andrews, CRDM].*
Anson, C. M., Anson, I. G., Chen, Chen, & Reed, M. “Talking About Writing: Mining Key Concepts in Students’ Reflections on Their Drafts in Progress. Conference on College Composition and Communication Research Program, 2016-2018. [$6,785]*
Berube, David. UNC System. GRIP. CoPI. “Water Sustainability through Nanotechnology: Nanoscale Science and Engineering at the Solid-Water Interface.” $500,000 over 3 years. Funded.
Berube, David. NSF National Nanotechnology NSF NNCI Research Triangle Nanotechnology Network. CoPI. $5,500,000 over 5 years. Funded.
Kiwanuka-Tondo, J., Merritt, S., & DeMoya, M. (2017). Cross regional differences in HIV/AIDS prevalence in Tanzania: How socio-economic and cultural contexts affected perceived individual and group efficacy. The Scientific Pages of HIV and AIDS, 1(1). 1-9.
Kiwanuka-Tondo, J. & Pettiway, K. (2016). Localizing Complex Scientific Communication: ASWOT and Multi-sectoral Analysis of Communicating Climate Change. Communication Design Quarterly, 4(4), 74-85.*
Kiwanuka-Todno, J., Payton, F. C., & Pettiway, K. (2016). HIV/AIDS Stigma: Discussions from Black Female College students on the role of family, religious organizations and health institutions in promoting dialogue and dissipating shame. Journal of Black Sexuality and Behavior, 2(4), 67-91.*
N. Taylor & S. Evans. Building a feminist game dev community at NC State. $21,463.00. Administered by the ReFiguring Innovation in Games Partnership Grant, awarded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of Canada.*
Wolfram, Walt (with Jeffrey Reaser) Co-Principal Investigators Language Variety in the South (LAVIS IV) Conference: The New South. National Science Foundation. BCS 141103 1/01/15-12/31/15. $32,180.
Wolfram, Walt Principal Investigator. “Talking Black in America: A Documentary and Outreach Program. National Science Foundation. BCS 1247567 1/01/14-2/28/17. $296,621
N. M. Lee & M. S. VanDyke. The ethics of climate change communication: Understanding practitioner and layperson perceptions of message frames. $10,000. Administered by the Faculty-Practitioner Legacy Scholar Grant, awarded by the Arthur W. Page Center.
Moreno, T. A. (Co-PI, CRDM alum), and Wiley, S.B.C. (Consultant). Programa Psicoeducativo Transmedial (Trans-media Psychological Education Program). US $226,000. Grant awarded by the Fondo de Fomento al Desarrollo Científico y Tecnológico, FONDEF (Scientific and Technological Development Fund), Government of Chile, to develop mobile technologies for healthcare support among older adults in Chile. Wiley will serve as a methodological consultant.*
*Co-authored with CRDM Students