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2012-13 Funded Projects

10 unique and innovative projects, which focus on diverse and important topics such as the built environment, "Big Data," and economic justice will receive funding from the 2012-13 E Fund

Funded Proposals

6/19/14
The proposal aims at developing scholarly and instructional activities concerning “human capital.”
6/19/14
This initiative will leverage UB’s existing strengths to create a new transdisciplinary research initiative across the disciplines of urban planning and public health.
6/19/14
This proposal describes a new center focusing on key current and emerging issues in the research and practice of organizational leadership and innovation with the dual objectives of research excellence and high research impact.
6/19/14
The core of this proposal is the development of a new “Masters + Ph.D.” program and supporting research center in computational and data-enabled sciences and engineering (CDSE), which will be substantially supported by several research and educational grants.
6/19/14
The Economic Justice Studies project would provide administrative staffing, faculty time, and expenses to allow SUNY Buffalo Law School to be identified as a leading resource base for scholars around the world interested in foregrounding inequality and critical theory in law and economics. 
6/19/14
The Institute of Bridge Engineering (IBE) will establish the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering (CSEE) and MCEER as the leader in bridge engineering research and education in the United States.
6/19/14
This proposal aims to establish the iSEED (Institute for Strategic Enhancement of Educational Diversity) at UB for the strategic enhancement of research and educational diversity in graduate and professional careers.
6/19/14
Transportation, logistics and supply-chain management represents a field of inquiry with tremendous impact on businesses and society, coupled with remarkable job opportunities.
6/19/14
Working together to improve veteran care
6/19/14
Home health and wellness is essential for reducing health care costs, creating lifestyle choices that improve individual health, and supporting independence for aging or functionally limited populations.