PSC-CUNY Award 6301300-41, A Generalized segment-based molecular energy
method, 7/2010 - 6/2011, $2,860.
NSF CRI Award 0551583, (with Virginia Teller and Mary Flanagan).
Planning SWAMI - A Model of Support for a Women and Minority PhD Pipeline, 3/06 -2/08, $49,932.
PSC-CUNY Award 66453, An Efficient and Effective Approach to
Computer-based, Adaptive Contrast Sensitivity Testing, 7/04 - 6/05, $3,495.
PSC-CUNY Award 667349, Advancing the cost-effectiveness of mutation analysis, 7/96 -6/98, $7,341.
(with C. Ward) Access to a competitive networked multimedia research environment for minorities,
NSF Planning Grant for Institutional Infrastructure for Minority Institutions, 7/94 - 6/95, $49,998.
PSC-CUNY Award 665311, An experimental comparison of the
effectiveness of the all-uses and mutation adequacy criteria, 7/94 - 6/95, $3,889.
Using multimedia techniques in the teaching of introductory
programming, Multimedia Courseware Development Program of CUNY, 1993, $2,070.
CDA-9222720, (with V. Teller and S. Epstein), Parallel processing for machine translation,
skill learning, and software testing,
NSF Research Instrumentation Program, matched by the Graduate
Research Initiative Program of the NYS Dormitory Authority, 2/93 - 8/95, $141,600.
CCR-9008394, Serializations: A framework for concurrent program based testing, NSF Research Initiation Award,
7/90 - 12/92, $64,303.
PSC-CUNY Award 661341, A formal theory for the comparison of test data adequacy criteria,
7/90 - 6/91, $9,000.
PSC-CUNY Award 669292, An extension and application of a concurrent program based testing theory,
7/89 - 6/90, $3,000.
PSC-CUNY Award 6-68286, A data flow based software testing environment, 7/88 -6/89, $5,250.
PSC-CUNY Award 667511, A data flow based software testing environment, 1/88 -12/88, $3,046.