Grants and Gifts

 
 2016 $250,000 from the National Science Foundation and the National Institute for Justice to support “Family Court Decisions About Child Custody in the Context of Intimate Partner Violence” from July 2016 – July 2019 (Co-Investigator)

2016 $250,000 from the National Science Foundation and the National Institute for Justice to support “Family Court Decisions About Child Custody in the Context of Intimate Partner Violence” from July 2016 – July 2019 (Co-Investigator)

 2018 $50,000 Directed Gift to support Finding Families: An Adoption Initiative  2017 $50,000 Directed Gift from First Amendment Partnership to support State Legislative Fairness for All efforts  2017 $48,000 Directed Gift from First Amendment Partnership to support TOLERANCE MEANS DIALOGUES in 2017-2018  2017 $4,500 Directed Gift from First Amendment Partnership to support a pilot of the TOLERANCE MEANS DIALOGUES  2016 $25,000 Directed Gift from the First Amendment Partnership to support YALE LAW SCHOOL CONFERENCE ON FAITH, SEXUALITY AND THE MEANING OF FREEDOM, cohosted with William N. Eskridge, Jr., Yale Law

2018 $50,000 Directed Gift to support Finding Families: An Adoption Initiative

2017 $50,000 Directed Gift from First Amendment Partnership to support State Legislative Fairness for All efforts

2017 $48,000 Directed Gift from First Amendment Partnership to support TOLERANCE MEANS DIALOGUES in 2017-2018

2017 $4,500 Directed Gift from First Amendment Partnership to support a pilot of the TOLERANCE MEANS DIALOGUES

2016 $25,000 Directed Gift from the First Amendment Partnership to support YALE LAW SCHOOL CONFERENCE ON FAITH, SEXUALITY AND THE MEANING OF FREEDOM, cohosted with William N. Eskridge, Jr., Yale Law

 2014 $10,000 Directed Gift from DePaul University for LAW REVIEW

2014 $10,000 Directed Gift from DePaul University for LAW REVIEW

 2017 $1,000 from the Institute for Genomic Biology to co-sponsor the MEDICALIZATION OF POVERTY SYMPOSIUM

2017 $1,000 from the Institute for Genomic Biology to co-sponsor the MEDICALIZATION OF POVERTY SYMPOSIUM

 2003 $4,500 Grant from the Office of the Interim Vice President for Research, University of South Carolina, to support a statistician for Students Assisting Seniors  2004-2006 $12,000 Subcontract with University of South Carolina to continue work on National Science Foundation Grant, “From Laboratory to Society: Developing an Informed Approach to Nanoscale Science and Technology”

2003 $4,500 Grant from the Office of the Interim Vice President for Research, University of South Carolina, to support a statistician for Students Assisting Seniors

2004-2006 $12,000 Subcontract with University of South Carolina to continue work on National Science Foundation Grant, “From Laboratory to Society: Developing an Informed Approach to Nanoscale Science and Technology”

 2017 $40,000 Directed Gift from Templeton Religion Trust to support the FAIRNESS FOR ALL INITIATIVE, on behalf of earlier commitment from John Templeton Foundation  2016 $193,778 from the Templeton Religion Trust to support the FAIRNESS FOR ALL INITIATIVE

2017 $40,000 Directed Gift from Templeton Religion Trust to support the FAIRNESS FOR ALL INITIATIVE, on behalf of earlier commitment from John Templeton Foundation

2016 $193,778 from the Templeton Religion Trust to support the FAIRNESS FOR ALL INITIATIVE

 2018, 2015 $19,500 from Professor Harry Krause (Emeritus) and family to support the Emerging Scholars Program

2018, 2015 $19,500 from Professor Harry Krause (Emeritus) and family to support the Emerging Scholars Program

 2017 $24,000 direct support from The Carle Foundation to support keynote and Scholars Workshop for the Medicalization of Poverty Symposium

2017 $24,000 direct support from The Carle Foundation to support keynote and Scholars Workshop for the Medicalization of Poverty Symposium

 Corporate Partner for inaugural   Conversation on the Family: Bringing Together the Judiciary, Legislators, Practicing Bar, and Family Law Scholars   on “When Economic Struggles Constrain Family Choices” (venue and travel support)

Corporate Partner for inaugural Conversation on the Family: Bringing Together the Judiciary, Legislators, Practicing Bar, and Family Law Scholars on “When Economic Struggles Constrain Family Choices” (venue and travel support)

 1999-2004 Approximately $30,000 Grant from Johnson & Johnson, Inc. to support the Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Law Lecture Series  2011 $4,000 Grant from Johnson & Johnson, Inc. to support the Johnson & Johnson Law and Medicine Colloquium Series Inaugural Colloquium  2009 $4,000 Grant from Johnson & Johnson, Inc. to support the 2011 Johnson & Johnson Law and Medicine Colloquium

1999-2004 Approximately $30,000 Grant from Johnson & Johnson, Inc. to support the Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Law Lecture Series

2011 $4,000 Grant from Johnson & Johnson, Inc. to support the Johnson & Johnson Law and Medicine Colloquium Series Inaugural Colloquium

2009 $4,000 Grant from Johnson & Johnson, Inc. to support the 2011 Johnson & Johnson Law and Medicine Colloquium

 2017 $1,000 direct support from MedAxiom to co-sponsor Medicalization of Poverty Symposium (financial support for travel)

2017 $1,000 direct support from MedAxiom to co-sponsor Medicalization of Poverty Symposium (financial support for travel)

 2017 $11,000 Directed Gift received from the University of Virginia to co-sponsor the MEDICALIZATION OF POVERTY

2017 $11,000 Directed Gift received from the University of Virginia to co-sponsor the MEDICALIZATION OF POVERTY

 2001 $175,000 planning grant from the National Science Foundation, “Philosophical and Social Dimensions of Nanoscale Research: Developing a Rational Approach to a Newly Emerging Science and Technology” (Co-investigator)  2003 $1,350,000 National Science Foundation Grant, “From Laboratory to Society: Developing an Informed Approach to Nanoscale Science and Technology” (Co-investigator)

2001 $175,000 planning grant from the National Science Foundation, “Philosophical and Social Dimensions of Nanoscale Research: Developing a Rational Approach to a Newly Emerging Science and Technology” (Co-investigator)

2003 $1,350,000 National Science Foundation Grant, “From Laboratory to Society: Developing an Informed Approach to Nanoscale Science and Technology” (Co-investigator)

 2017 $1,000 from the University of Illinois College of Business to co-sponsor the MEDICALIZATION OF POVERTY SYMPOSIUM  2014 $25,000 from University of Illinois Campus Research Board to support “Two more Waves of data, 'As the States Turn: Marriage in a Changing Legal Context' (ID#: RB15160) (Co-investigator)  2014 $45,828 Future Interdisciplinary Research Explorations (FIRE) Seed Grant from University of Illinois College of ACES Office of Research to support initial data collection for “The Impact of Access to Marriage on the Daily Lives of Same-Sex Couples” (Co-investigator)

2017 $1,000 from the University of Illinois College of Business to co-sponsor the MEDICALIZATION OF POVERTY SYMPOSIUM

2014 $25,000 from University of Illinois Campus Research Board to support “Two more Waves of data, 'As the States Turn: Marriage in a Changing Legal Context' (ID#: RB15160) (Co-investigator)

2014 $45,828 Future Interdisciplinary Research Explorations (FIRE) Seed Grant from University of Illinois College of ACES Office of Research to support initial data collection for “The Impact of Access to Marriage on the Daily Lives of Same-Sex Couples” (Co-investigator)

 2003 $10,000 Grant from The Lexington Medical Center to support Students Assisting Seniors

2003 $10,000 Grant from The Lexington Medical Center to support Students Assisting Seniors

 2018 $1350 Gift in support of Finding Families Adoption Initiative

2018 $1350 Gift in support of Finding Families Adoption Initiative

 2002 $15,000 from the Borchard Foundation Center on Law & Aging, to support a project entitled “Closing the Gaps in the Medicare Assistance Programs for the Low-Income Elderly” (Co-investigator)

2002 $15,000 from the Borchard Foundation Center on Law & Aging, to support a project entitled “Closing the Gaps in the Medicare Assistance Programs for the Low-Income Elderly” (Co-investigator)