Grants & Funding
National Science Foundation EPSCoR. "Adaptive and Resilient Infrastructures Driven by Social Equity." $24,000,000. June, 2022 - June, 2027.
National Science Foundation Decision, Risk and Management Sciences. “Dealing with Disruption: Investigating the Micro-level Underpinnings of City Response to the Climate Crisis.” KU PI: $203,884. Collaborative grant total: $524,294. April, 2021 - March, 2024.
National Science Foundation Science of Organizations. “Assessing the impact of lead agency cross-functional authority on city sustainability outcomes.” KU PI: $245,218. Collaborative grant total: $366,616. August, 2020 - July, 2022.
National Science Foundation Science of Organizations. “Integrated City Sustainability: Administrative Apparatus for Overcoming Collective Dilemmas of Agency Fragmentation” KU PI: $96,128. Collaborative grant total: $271,784. May, 2015 - May, 2018.
University of Kansas, Social Sciences General Research Fund. “Integrated City Sustainability: How administrative form shapes local sustainability governance and outcomes.” $7000. Summer, 2017.
University of Kansas Commons Starter Grant. “Localized Energy and Climate Adaptation: Advancing Community-Scale Social Justice Goals” $10,000. May, 2015 - May, 2016.
CH2M Hill. “Linking Efforts to Outcomes: The Development of Weights for Local Sustainability Actions” $18,000. October, 2013.