Smieja

Funded Proposals

“Advancing the Careers of Women in STEM at Predominately Undergraduate Institutions through Professional Networks” National Science Foundation Advance Program with Graciela Lacueva, Janice Voltzow, Roberta E. Sabin, Xiaohui Zhong.  September 1, 2011- August 31, 2016, $598,611, funded. 

 

“MRI-R2: Acquisition of an Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer for Multi-Department Research Projects at Gonzaga University” National Science Foundation Major Research Instrumentation Program with Eric Ross (PI), Patrick Ferro, Mara London, Joanne Smieja, and Brook Swanson. January 1, 2010-December 31, 2011, $185,352, funded.

 

 “RUI:  Purchase of a Liquid Chromatograph Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer” National Science Foundation Chemical Instrumentation with Jennifer Shepherd, Jeff Cronk, Stephen Warren, and Jeffrey Watson, February 1, 2008-January 31, 2011, $286,753, funded.

 

 “Start-up Research Package for New Position in Chemistry,”  M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust, November 2005, $25,000, funded.

 

 “Study of Arsenate Reduction by Organic Compounds”, National Research Council Senior Associateship Program,  September 2001- July 2002, $100,000, funded.

 

“Program Funding for the 2002 Northwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society”, American Chemical Society, January, 2002, $2,500, funded.

 

“RUI:  Acquisition of a 300 MHz Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer” with D. Cleary (PI), K. Nakamaye, J. Shepherd, National Science Foundation – Chemistry Research Instrumentation and Facilities, 2000-2001, $143,795, funded. 

 

“Electronic Tunneling in Phthalocyanine Based Devices” with U.  Mazur from Washington State University, American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund, 1999-2000, $6,500, funded. 

 

“Organoimido Complexes of Group 8 Metalloporphyrins”, American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund, March 1999-August 2001, $30,000, funded.

 

“Synthesis and Characterization of Nitric Oxide Complexes of  Di-Iron Clusters” Gonzaga Research Council, April  1998, $600.

 

“Acquisition of a Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectrometer” with David Cleary (PI) and Kay Nakamaye. National Science Foundation, Research in Undergraduate Institutions Instrumentation Program, December 1996-November 1997, $64,651, funded.

 

Acquisition of Inert Atmosphere Chamber” with David Cleary (PI) and William Van Der Sluys. National Science Foundation, Research in Undergraduate Institutions Instrumentation Program, November 1994-October 1995, $25,000, funded.

  

“Associated Western Universities Northwest Division Faculty Sabbatical Fellowship.”  U. S. Department of Energy, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, June 1994-June 1995, $25,796.     

 

 “Transition Metal Organoimido Porphyrinato Complexes:  Possible Aziridination Reagents.”  American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund, September 1994-August 1996, $25,000, funded.

 

“Electrochemical and Thermal Analysis in the Curriculum” with D. Cleary.  National Science Foundation Instrumentation and Laboratory Improvement Grant, July 1993-June 1995, $63,949, funded.

 

“Study of Transition Metal Hydroxylamine Porphyrins.”  M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust High School-College Research Partnership Program, June 1992-January 1994, $13,000, funded.

 

Participated in the development of the “Murdock College Science Research Program” grant from the M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust, September 1991-September 1994, $401,825, funded.

 

One of seven Gonzaga faculty mentors involved in the “Young Chemistry and Biology Scholars at Gonzaga University” funded by the National Science Foundation Young Scholars Program, February 1991-February 1993.

 

 “Study of Transition Metal Organoimido Porphyrins.”  National Institutes of Health Academic Research Enhancement Award, August 1990-July 1992, $84,549, funded.

  

“Instrumentation for Computer Integration Curriculum.”  National Science Foundation Instrumentation and Laboratory Improvement Grant, April 1989-September 1991, $44,552, funded.