Grants and Other Sponsored Research

Grants Received

Louisiana Board of Regents: Implementing an Artifact and Theorizing E-Democracy and Citizen Participation in Sub-Saharan Africa ~ $10,000 (Seed Grant). 2013

Fulbright. Scholar-In-Residence Grant. ~$35,000

Louisiana Board of Regents: Moving from Oral Traditions to Digitize Africa’s Complementary and Alternative Mediciines (eACAM)~ $10,000 (Seed Grant). 2012

National Science Foundation (NSF). Research Experience for Teachers. ~ $15,000 2011

Louisiana Board of Regents: A Theoretical Investigation of “Low-Tech” Information Technology Use for Healthcare Delivery in Resource-Poor Settings of Rural Louisiana and Sub-Saharan Africa ~ $10,000 (Seed Grant). 2011

Fulbright. The Transatlantic Cybercrime Menace. ~ $35,000 2010

National Science Foundation (NSF). A Multi-Media Case Study Pedagogical Approach on Electronic Health Records for STEM Students. ~ $588,731 2010

National Science Foundation (NSF). Research Experience for Undergraduates. ~ $12,000 2010

Workshop Grant: US-Cameroon Collaborative Research and Education on E-medicine at University of Buea, Cameroon. ~$41,000 2009

IRES: National Science Foundation (NSF). A US-Cameroon Collaboration for Information Technology in Healthcare (E-Medicine) Research in Resource-Poor Contexts. ~$150,000 2009

Fulbright. Scholar-In-Residence Grant. ~$35,000 2009

National Science Foundation (NSF). Research Experience for Undergraduates. ~ $16,000 2009

National Science Foundation (NSF). A Multi-Metric Approach to Assess the Impact of STEM Instructional Multimedia on Undergraduate Teaching & Learning Outcomes. ~$500,000 2008

National Science Foundation (NSF). Research Experience for Undergraduates. ~ $12,000. 2008.

Louisiana Board of Regents.: A Theoretical Model for Electronic Medical Records Adoption in Resource-Poor Settings: The Case of Rural Louisiana ~ $10,000 (Seed Grant). 2008.

National Science Foundation (NSF). Research Experience for Undergraduates. ~ $12,000. 2007.

National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Grant. Information technology transfer to developing countries: an e-medicine model for Sub-Saharan Africa ~ $520,000. 2007.

NASA/UNCFSP. Using Louisiana’s supercomputer optical network (LONI) to optimize development, delivery and assessment of multimedia instructional technologies: implications for improving higher-order decision-making skills~ $120,000. 2007.

LONI. Optimizing development, delivery and assessment of multimedia instructional technologies for e-business training: a multi-institutional study; Center for Information Technology and Innovations. $ 40,000 2007

Microsoft. Determinants of social networks: ICT inhibitor and facilitator factors for youth groups in developing economies. ~$6,000. 2007.

National Science Foundation (NSF). Adapting multimedia instructional materials to communicate engineering and information technology issues to business students.~ $100,000. 2003.

Louisiana Board of Regents.: A multi-metric approach to investigate the impact of multimedia technology on student learning~ $10,000 (Seed Grant). 2006

Travel Grant from Louisiana Board of Regents, $1,000. 2005.

National Science Foundation (NSF). Establishing and sustaining faculty networks to bring real-world issues into engineering classrooms, $200,000. 2005.

Other Grants Related Activities