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Grants Awarded to
Communication Studies Faculty

Hughes, P. C.  (2009) (Pending). QSR International NVivo Teaching Grant: Incorporating NVivo 8 into The Qualitative Research Methods Course. QSR International: $10,000.00.

Hughes, P. C., Dwyer, J. Scholl, J. C., Williams, B., & Baker, M. (2009). (Pending). Project title: Incorporating a Virtual Classroom-Based Procedural Model of Small Group Communication Problem Solving into the Undergraduate Mathematics Curriculum. National Science Foundation (STEM Initiative): Course, Curriculum, and Laboratory Improvement: $199, 899.00.

Langford, C. (2009). Faculty Service-Learning Mentor, Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center, Texas Tech University: $500.00.

Mohammad , M., Gring, M., Peaslee, R., & Scholl, J. (2008). (Pending). NSCC/SA: Media, US Public Diplomacy, and Lived Religious/Secular Identity in Egypt and Turkey. National Science Foundation, Proposal ID: 0904620: $500,000.00.

Langford, C. (2008). Faculty Service-Learning Fellowship, Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center, Texas Tech University: $1,500.00.

Langford, C. (2007). Big XII Fellowship, Texas Tech University: $2,500.00.

Scholl, J. C., Hughes, P. C., Heuman, A. (2007). Project title: Improving the quality of end-of-life care within the West Texas Hispanic population. National Institutes of Health, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center EXPORT Grant: $15,000.00.

Adams, C., & Hughes, P. C. (2005). Development of Rural Tourism in West Texas. City of Post, Texas:$5,727.40.

Hughes, P. C., & Williams, D. E. (2004). Family communication patterns and competitor satisfaction: A national survey of collegiate forensics, AFA-NIET Scholar Series, Inaugural recipients: $2,500.00.

Scholl, J. C., Heuman, A., Williams, D. E. (2004). Communication and Attitudes among Romantic Couples after Conflict, College of Arts and Sciences Research Enhancement Fund: $360.

Hughes, P. C., & Williams, D. E. (2003). Family communication patterns and competitor satisfaction: A national survey of collegiate forensics, Texas Tech University Research Enhancement Fund: $800.00.

Scholl, J. C., Benson, J., Bourland, B., & McPherson, E. (2003). Collecting health-related data from Texas Tech University students for purposes of creating more effective alcohol awareness campaigns, College of Arts and Sciences Research Enhancement Fund: $840.00.

Hughes, P. C. (2002). Error Identification in Elementary and High School Social Science Textbooks, Texas Education Agency Grant: $72,891.35.

Hughes, P. C., & Gring, M. (2002). Strengthening Qualitative Social Research in Communication Studies, Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center Faculty Incentive Grant: $4,161.00.

Olaniran, B. A. (2002). International Travel Grant, Office of the President for Research and Technology: $3,100.00.

Hughes, P. C. (2001). Error Verification in Elementary and High School Communication and Speech Textbooks, Texas Education Agency Grant: $23,062.00.

Olaniran, B. A. (2001). Software Contribution for RPI Group Video-conference Research, Eyeball Chat: $4,000.00

Olaniran, B. A. (2001). Research Support for Video-conferencing Assessment by the US Department of Commerce: Bureau of Census: $14,000.00.

Olaniran, B. A. (2001). Travel Grant, Office of the President for Research and Technology: $750.00.

Olaniran, B. A. (2001). Travel Grant, Office of the President for Research and Technology: $750.00.



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