D.S. Karpovich (P.I.), J. Pagano, C. Schilling, T. Sivy, and R. Williams,“MRI-R2: Acquisition of Raman and thermal analysis instrumentation for materials studies” Submitted to the National Science Foundation in July 2009. $308,954. February 2010 – January 2013.
David S. Karpovich (PI), Amanda Ross, Martin Arford, and Edward Meisel III. “Great Lakes Innovative Stewardship Through Education Network (GLISTEN) Collaborative Cluster Planning Grant.” National Center for Science and Civic Engagement. $10,000. November 2010 – May 2011.
David S. Karpovich, Kenneth Kearns, and Edward Meisel III. “Greenhouse Service Learning.” Midwest Campus Compact. $25,000. December 2010 – December 2011.
David S. Karpovich (PI), Amanda Ross, Martin Arford, Arthur Martin, Tami Sivy, Kristopher Nitz, and Jacob Vanhouten. “Great Lakes Innovative Stewardship Through Education Network (GLISTEN) Collaborative Cluster Implementation Grant.” National Center for Science and Civic Engagement. $31,675. May 2011 – May 2012.
David S. Karpovich and Bernadette Harkness. ACS Project SEED. $10,000. May 2011 through October 2011.
David S. Karpovich (coordinator), Tami Sivy (PI), David Stanton, and Bruce Hart. Collaboration with BCHD on Rapid bacteria testing method development and analysis. Funding from Bay County Health Department. $63,000. July 2011 to December 2012.
David S. Karpovich , Kawkawlin River Watershed Property Owners Association. Summer 2011, $1000.
David S. Karpovich and Bernadette Harkness (Delta College). ACS Project SEED. Funds for one SEED I student and two SEED II students. Grantee was Midland Local Section. May 2012 – September 2012. $8,500 total ($4,250 from ACS + $4,250 from Midland Section).
David S. Karpovich and Bruce Hart, Cass River Greenways monitoring project funded by MDEQ-CMI. Contract through SVSU-ITL for water quality laboratory measurements during Summer 2012 and 2013. $14,784.
David S. Karpovich, S.C. Johnson. Kawkawlin River study supplies. Funded for Summer 2012. $2500.
David S. Karpovich, Tami Sivy and Jacob VanHouten (Delta College), “Determining the causation of low D.O. on the North Branch of the Kawkawlin River.” Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, Clean Michigan Initiative. $35,265. January 2013 – December 2014.
David Stanton, “DNA Fingerprinting of Great Lakes Zebra Mussels.” Braun Fellowship Recipient, $37,500 2012-2014
David Stanton, “DNA Fingerprinting of Great Lakes Zebra Mussels.” SVSU Faculty Development Grant Recipient, $5004, 2012
David Stanton, Grant to Obtain Automated DNA Analysis Instrumentation, Beckman-Coulter, $50,000, 2006
David Stanton, Richard Trdan, Jennifer Watson, Population Genetics- Mussels, SRCI, $9923, 2006
David Stanton, Adeline R. Bauer, “Population Genetics of Great Lakes Region Invasive Mussels,” SRCI, $5,600, 2009
Arthur Martin, “SCUBA Training and Equipment to Engage SVSU Students in Unique Field Based Research Opportunities,” SVSU Foundation, $7810, 2011
Arthur Martin, Lucinda Wenzlick, "The Effects of the Neuromodulator Serotonin on Muscle Activity", SRCI, $4,619, 2009
Arthur Martin, Matthew Wolf, “Crayfish Urine as the Signal of Dominance,” SRCI, $4168, 2012
Amanda Ross, “DNA Fingerprinting of the Common Reed, Phragmites australis,” SVSU Faculty Development Grant, $6742, (2012)
Tami Sivy, “Application of source tracking to determine cause of bacterial contamination in local waterways,” Allen Foundation research grant, $5000, (2012)