Addison County, Vt., funds by National Science Foundation
Note: For some programs where states do not report where money will be distributed across the state, we do not have the allocation for individual counties. Those programs include: Medicaid, unemployment benefits and food stamps. Those amounts are included in the totals for where the state agency receiving that money is located.
Amount refers to both the amount of stimulus funding going toward the project and the face value of the loan.
|PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS OF MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE||$299,797||Trans-NSF Recovery Act Reasearch Support Under this award, Dr. P. Frank Winkler (Middlebury College) will carry out a program of research with the overarching theme of increasing our understanding of how supernovae explode, how their prodigious energy release affects their host galaxies, and how||National Science Foundation||8/27/2009|
|PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS OF MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE||$299,584||Trans-NSF Recovery Act Reasearch Support This Major Research Instrumentation Recovery and Reinvestment (MRI-R2) Program grant supports acquisition of x-ray diffractometer (XRD) and a wavelength dispersive spectrometer (WDS) that will be mated to an existing scanning electron microscope at Middle||National Science Foundation||3/23/2010|
|PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS OF MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE||$249,677||
Trans-NSF Recovery Act Reasearch Support This project replaces the R/V Baldwin, a floating research laboratory used by Middlebury College in Vermont for hands-on, experiential, research training of students on Lake Champlain. The R/V Baldwin has reached the end of its useful life and will be rep
This spending item is part of a $1,731,377 allocation. See details
|National Science Foundation||7/26/2010|
|PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS OF MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE||$245,000||Trans-NSF Recovery Act Reasearch Support This project provides challenging test data and benchmarks designed to advance stereo vision methods to a level of practical relevance. It aims to bridge the gap between the sophisticated but brittle methods that perform best on current benchmarks and the||National Science Foundation||7/10/2009|
|PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS OF MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE||$162,492||Trans-NSF Recovery Act Reasearch Support Two groups of migrants, aging baby boomers and Latino immigrants, are converging on rural America. Together, these groups will significantly transform their destination communities in the coming decades. While these migration streams have each attracted s||National Science Foundation||8/02/2009|
|PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS OF MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE||$151,459||Trans-NSF Recovery Act Reasearch Support Recent developments in the understanding of Pleistocene glacial records in the western U.S. reveal spatial variability in the onset of the last glacial-interglacial transition (GIT; the time ~17-10 ka) among the northern, middle, southern Rocky Mountains,||National Science Foundation||9/12/2009|
|PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS OF MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE||$143,937||Trans-NSF Recovery Act Reasearch Support There is increasing evidence that ecological processes at high latitude are just as sensitive to the timing of events as to their magnitudes. In the boreal forest, moisture availability in summer affects both tree growth and the fire regime. Summers are b||National Science Foundation||6/25/2009|
|PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS OF MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE||$120,000||Trans-NSF Recovery Act Reasearch Support Field theories provide our best known description of the fundamental interactions of Nature. In many situations, one can make significant progress by considering the theory. Perturbatively, starting from a collection of waves propagating independently. Th||National Science Foundation||6/14/2009|