Richard A. Paselk

FUNDED GRANTS

  1. Principle Investigator, "Converting a Phase Contrast Microscope to a Fluorescence Microscope to Study Spatial and Temporal Concentration Gradients in Cells" HSUF Small Grant (Sp 1980, $1274 to match $1380 from HSU School of Science).
  2. Principle Investigator, "Temporal and Spatial Concentration Gradients of Key Metabolites in Living Cells" Sigma Xi Grant-in-Aid of Research (Sp 1980, $200).
  3. Principle Investigator, "Molecular Model Kits for Biochemistry" Humboldt Enrichment Award (Sp 1985, $201).
  4. Co-Principle Investigator, "Donation of 9th & 10th Collective Indexes of Chemical Abstracts to Library at HSU" Rohm and Haas Company (1985, $15,000).
  5. Principle Investigator, "Capillary GC with FID and Integrator" Hewlett-Packard Equipment Grant (Sp 1985, $10,850).
  6. Principle Investigator, "Page charges for article on Vulture Olfaction in the Auk" HSUF Small Grant (Sp 1986, $88 with match of $100 from HSU School of Science and $187 from the HSU Chemistry Department).
  7. Principle Investigator, "Computer Equipment to Access the Molecular Design Laboratory" California Discretionary Lottery Funds Grant (F 1986, $6,841).
  8. Principle Investigator, "Precision Electronic Ohaus Balance, model G4000D" Ohaus Gift-in-Kind promotion (Su1987, $1100)
  9. Principle Investigator/Director, "Interactive Animated Learning Modules in Chemistry" California State Lottery Projects (Instructional Innovation and Curriculum Development categories): (Fall 1988, $18.9 k)
  10. Principle Investigator/Director, "Computer Assisted Instructional Modules in Foreign Languages and in Chemistry" Apple Computer Higher Education Donation Program, Equipment Grant (Fall 1989, $17.2 k)
  11. Principle Investigator/Director, "Advanced Computer Graphics and Modeling in Undergraduate Chemical Education: Atomic Orbitals to Macromolecules" Sun Microsystems Equipment Grant (1989, $37.6 k).
  12. Principle Investigator/Director, "Computer Assisted Instructional Modules in Foreign Languages and Chemistry" California State Lottery Projects (Instructional Innovation and Curriculum Development categories), (1989-90, $21.4 k)
  13. Principle Investigator/Director, "Atomic Orbitals" Apple Computer Higher Education Donation Program, Finishing Fund Grant (March 1990, $6 k)
  14. Principle Investigator/Director, "Atomic Orbitals" Apple Computer Higher Education Donation Program, Equipment Grant (June 1990, $10.7 k)
  15. Principle Investigator, Display Cabinet for Periodic Table of the Elements. Seventh Annual Humboldt Enrichment Awards. (1990) [$600]
  16. Co- Principle Investigator, "FT-NMR for Improved Undergraduate Instruction and Research" National Science Foundation ILI Grant (1991-93, $88.5 k)
  17. Principle Investigator/Director "Visualization of the Abstract in General Chemistry" National Science Foundation DUE Grant (1992-95, $304.5 k)
  18. Principle Investigator, "Modular Instrument Workstation for Instrumental Analysis and Physical Chemistry" Hazardous Waste Reduction Grant (HSU Environmental Health and Safety Office) (1993, $8,800).
  19. Joint Study between International Business Machines (IBM) and Humboldt State University Chemistry Department on Infrared Spectroscopy. (Proposal developed jointly with William G. Golden, Adjunct Professor of Chemistry at HSU. Included the transfer of Dr. Golden's complete surface chemistry laboratory, including a hi-resolution IR spectrometer and Auger spectrometer sharing a high vacuum system, a Raman spectrometer, and all associated equipment and accessories.) (1993, est replacement value = $535,000).
  20. Principle Investigator/Director, "Molecular and Reactivity Modeling for Improved Undergraduate Education and Research in Chemistry" National Science Foundation DUE Grant (1993-96, $17.5 k)
  21. Co-investigator with W. Golden, HSUF Research And Creative Project Grant Small Grant: "Introducing Modern Surface Science at Humboldt State University: A Thermal Desorption Spectrometer for Undergraduate Courses in Physical and Analytical Chemistry" (1993) [$1,088],
  22. Co-investigator with M. Hanson, Eleventh Annual Humboldt Enrichment Awards. "Humboldt Enrichment Award to Complete the Installation of a Raman Spectrometer for Instruction and Research in Chemistry" (1994, $750).
  23. Principle Investigator, "Interactive Museums on the Internet." Humboldt State University Alumni Association Small Grant (1998; $750).
  24. Co-Principle Investigator, "Molecular Modeling and Computational Chemistry in the Undergraduate Curriculum" National Science Foundation-CCLI-A&I Grant (1999-2002, $93.8 k)
  25. Co-Principle Investigator, California State University Program for Education and Research in Biotechnology (CSUPERB) Grant: "Biomolecular Computational Modeling Software for Biochemistry Curricular Enhancement" (1999, $13 k).
  26. HSU Foundation Small Grant-Travel to the Museums and the Web 2002 conference in Boston MA. Presented a mini-workshop and a demonstration at the conference. (2002; $500)
  27. HSU Foundation Small Grant-Travel to the XXII Scientific Instrument Symposium of the International Union of the History and Philosophy of Science. The Mariner's Museum, Newport News VA. Presented a paper and a poster. (2003); $500).
  28. HSU Foundation Small Grant-Travel to Scientific Instrument Collections in the University (SICU) Conference at Dartmouth College. Presented an invited paper on the R. A. Paselk Scientific Instrument Museum at HSU. (2004; $500)
  29. Travel Grant and expenses, Chemical Heritage Foundation, Philadelphia PA. Information exchange and consulting on chemical instrumentation museum collection (2005; $500 + $1,500).
  30. Arranged the donation of $3,000 by Evergreen Pulp Co. (Samoa, CA) to the HSU Natural History Museum. (2005).
  31. HSU Foundation Small Grant-Travel to the 41st International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, MI. Session Organizer, The Art, Science, and Technology of Medieval Travel V: Medieval Navigational Instruments; presented a paper "Medieval Tools of Navigation;" co-taught a hands-on demonstration session on medieval navigation instruments. (2006; $500).
  32. HSU Foundation Small Grant-Travel to the XXV Scientific Instrument Symposium of the International Union of the History and Philosophy of Scienceat the Jagiellonian University Museum, Krakow, Poland. Presented paper, “Craft Knowledge in Understanding Scientific Instruments” and consulted with museum curator on their torquetum. (2006; $500).
  33. Private Donor-Funds for tools, supplies and travel for hands-on workshop for scholars and museum professionals at SIC XXVI, Cambridge Mass, "Tools and Techniques of Traditional Instrument Makers" (2007, $2,500).

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