Jim Erickson | Sept. 11, 2013 | Notre Dame News
The University of Michigan Water Center on Wednesday (Sept. 11) awarded eight research grants, totaling nearly $2.9 million, to support Great Lakes restoration and protection efforts. One grant, totaling $155,358, went to Sheila Christopher, a research assistant professor at the University of Notre Dame Environmental Change Initiative.
The latest two-year grants, which range in size from $155,358 to $458,290, were awarded to multidisciplinary teams led by researchers at universities in Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota and New York. The eight winners were selected from 90 proposals submitted for the second round of U-M Water Center grants.