GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS
National Science Foundation grant (0705292): SGER: The October 2006 Federal Disaster in Buffalo, NY: An Investigation of First and Second Responder Operations (with R. Sharman, C.P. Cook-Catone, S. Upadhyaya) Jan 2007 – Dec 2007. ($30,000)
UB 2020 Interdisciplinary Research Development Fund (IRDF) "Analyzing Emergency Response Management Systems -- A First Responder Focus". (With R. Sharman, S. Upadhyaya and C. P. Cook-Catone) $22,000, January 1, 2006 – December 30, 2006.
National Science Foundation grant (0548917): SGER: Citizen Centric Analysis of Anti/Counter-Terrorism e-Government Services (with J.K. Lee) Sept 2005 – August 2006. ($50,000)
Security Agency: Renewal
of Center for Excellence in Information Assurance. (With
CISCO Equipment Grant (with Dave Murray and S. Upadhayay), $121,000 July 2005- June 2006.
Department of Defense grant: (with S. Upadhyaya) Sept 2004-Sept 2005, Intrusion Detection and Response, $54,367.
Science Foundation grant (0420448): ITWF (with S.
National Science Foundation grant (0452033): (with A. Rensel), Jan 2005- Dec 2005 $7250.
Science Foundation (UB grant collaboration with
Systems Security Curriculum Development) (with
Science Foundation grant (0417095): Cybersecurity (with
National Science Foundation grant (0423014): “Workshop on Secure Knowledge Management” (with S. Upadhyaya, CSE) February 2003 – 2004 $8,000.
Fulbright Fellow 2004.
Edtech Grant (with R.
Winkelstein, G. Byrd and
Studies Grant, from the
Teaching Innovation Award, SUNY
Finalist, Teaching Innovation Award, School of Management, SUNY Buffalo, 2003.
Department of Defense grant for the Information Assurance Program at SUNY Buffalo for the year 2002-2004. $230,000(with S. Upadhyaya, CSE).
National Science Foundation Research Grant (with R.Kishore) for a project on IT Sourcing, 1999-2002. Grant Value $299,000
Microsoft Instructional Lab Grant, 1996, for software products for SOM student use. Grant value - $71,900.
National Science Foundation Research Grant, for a project entitled, "An Information Theoretic Investigation
of Multi-Agent Resource Allocation", 1996-1997.
CACI Instructional Grant, 1995 for network simulation software for SOM student use. Grant value - $34,000.
Teaching Grant from the Instructional Technology Services Division, State University of New York, for a project entitled
"Information Technology, Business Data Communications and the World Wide Web", 1995-1996.
- Canadian Studies Research Grant from the Canadian Embassy,
Washington D. C. (with S. Rajagopalan and K. Nam), for a
project entitled, "Telecommunications Network Outsourcing: A
Canadian Perspective", 1994-1995.
National Science Foundation Research Initiation Grant, for a
project entitled "Resource Allocation among Multiple Agents:
A Decision Theoretic Perspective", 1990-1993.
University Lily Teaching Fellowship, State University of New
York, Buffalo, 1992.
School of Management Summer Research Fellowship SUNY
Buffalo, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994.
School of Management Summer Teaching Fellowship SUNY
Prentice Hall Grant for MIS curriculum development,
Department of Management Science and Systems, SUNY Buffalo,
IBM Doctoral Fellowship, Purdue University, 1983-84
Krannert Thesis Fellowship, Krannert School of Management, Purdue
David Ross Summer Fellowship, Purdue University, 1985
Ponder Fellowship, University of Iowa, 1982
- Distinguished Paper Award, Production and Operations Management Track
of the Midwest Business Administration Association, Chicago, 1988.
* Faculty Development Award, New York State/UUP Professional
Development Program, 1987/1988/1993/1994.
Experienced Faculty Travel Award, New York State/UUP Professional
Development Program 1990/1991.