Faculty at the University of West Florida are active scholars and researchers. UWF values research because it enriches the learning environment of our students, provides solutions to problems in our region, and contributes to the wellbeing of our community. Whether its finding solutions to local environmental contamination, uncovering archaeological artifacts long hidden, developing better ways to offer quality online instruction, exploring new strategies to help young children learn, determining the economic benefit of a new industry, or finding out how to protect the habitat of endangered birds in the everglades, UWF researchers are committed to finding better ways to solve real problems. In fact, that is what is unique about UWF research – its applied focus and regional impact. Read More
How to Write a Competitive NSF CAREER Proposal (21313)
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02/05/2014 Mrs. Britt McGowan, Assistant Librarian of University Libraries, received $1,200 from the National Endowment for the Humanities for the new project Created Equal: America's Civil Rights Struggle.
02/07/2014 Dr. Bhuvaneswari Ramachandran, Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, received $92,169 from the University of Florida for the new project Introducing Specialization in Sustainable Energy Systems for Undergraduate Students in Engineering at UWF.
02/07/2014 Dr. Richard A. Snyder, Director of Center for Environmental Diagnostics and Bioremediation (CEDB), received $59,991 from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission for the new project Assessment of Escambia East Large Area Artificial Reef Site Refugia Reefs: Impacts of Invasive Lionfish.
02/13/2014 Mr. Michael Myhre, Director of Florida SBDC State Director's Office Network, received $99,990 from Enterprise Florida Inc. for the new project Export Marketing Plans.
02/25/2014 Dr. Maria Pilar Martin, Assistant Professor of School of Allied Health & Life Sciences, received $3,000 from the March of Dimes Florida Chapter for the new project Enhancing Preconception Health Education Among Hispanics in Escambia Count: Train of Trainers (Advocates).