Information Systems Grants Awarded

Amir Talaei-Khoei

  • 2019-2020 PI: James Wilson, Co-PI: Amir Talaei-Khoei An Online Antimicrobial Stewardship Toolkit for Nursing Homes Funding Body: Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services & Nevada Department of Health and Human Services $488,433 Received.
  • 2017-2018 PI: Donald Kerr, Co-PIs: Amir Talaei-Khoei, Farzad Safaei Collaborative Technologies: Social Engagement of Elderly people on the Sunshine Coast Funding Body: Perpetual, 2017 IMPACT Philanthropy, Australia A$128,833 Recommended for Funding.
  • 2014-2016 PI: Amir Talaei-Khoei Predictive Analytics of Patients at Risk of Diabetes Funding Body: Fairfield Hospital, Australia A$186,000 Received and Completed.
  • 2013 PI: Amir Talaei-Khoei Developing Curriculum for Health Informatics Stream of Online Executive MBA at USC Funding Body: Sunshine Coast Hospital, Australia A$32,000 Received and Completed.
  • 2013 PI: Hossein Siadat, Co-PI: Amir Talaei-Khoei Policy Deviation Management to Improve Practices in Disaster Situations Funding Body: Council for Korean Studies, Korea 27,000,000 KRW Received and Completed.
  • 2012 PI: Amir Talaei-Khoei, Co-PIs: Christian Jones, Margaret McAllister The Memory Keeper: A Digital Therapeutic Device for Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease Funding Body: ANZ Trustee, Australia A$50,000 Received and Completed.
  • 2012 PI: Amir Talaei-Khoei, Co-PIs: Christian Jones, Margaret McAllister, Amir Hossein Ghapanchi e-Nexus: Using Social Media for Nursing Education that Inspires, Informs, Connects and Disseminates Innovations Funding Body: Australian Domain Administration, Australia A$24,434 Received and Completed.

Mala Kaul

  • NSF grant CyberCorps - Collaborative Research: Capacity building in Cybersecurity literacy: an inter-disciplinary approach, (with Sengupta, Bebis, Dahir, LaTourette, Seltzer, Gunes, Li, and Munir), $260,000, November 2014 – November 2017 – Nominated for Showcase Project
  • G4S Secure Integration LLC. grant: Development of Risk Management Framework (with Baskerville, R., and Mathiassen, L., $30,000)

KD Joshi

  • RDE-BPR1 - Collaborative Research: Modeling IT Career Choices of Persons with Disabilities: The Case of Military Personnel and Veterans (WSU Principal Investigator; HRD –1245195 & HRD- 1245124, National Science Foundation, $576,176 (WSU - $ 298,382), 2012-2015 (extended until 2018).
  • GSE - Collaborative Research: Practical Logic of STEM Career Choice: A Critical Interpretive approach to Profiling IT Career Pathways of African American Males at HBCUs (Lead Principal Investigator; HRD-1232204 & HRD-1232344), National Science Foundation, $524,999 (WSU - $279,919), 2012-2015 (extended until 2018).
  • Exploration of the Effects of Race, Ethnicity and Socio-economic Class on Gender Stereotyping of STEM Disciplines (Co-Principal Investigator), National Science Foundation, $448,793 (HRD 0733747), 2007-2010 (extended until 2013).
  • Excellence in Science and Engineering (EXCELinSE) at WSU - ADVANCE - Institutional Transformation, (Co-Principal Investigator), National Science Foundation, $3,750,000, 2008-2012.
  • What Does It Take to Succeed in Information Technology? A Multi-Level Analysis of Stakeholders' Perceptions of Critical Attributes and the Effects of Stereotype Fit (Principal Investigator), National Science Foundation, $314,891, 2002 – 2005 (extended until 2007).
  • Women and Information Systems: Modeling the Impact of Work Values, Attitudes, and Attributes on Career Choices (Co-Principal Investigator), National Science Foundation, $65,512, 2000–2001 (extended until 2002).
  • Evaluating Impacts for STEM - Imagine Tomorrow Assessment (Principal Investigator), EcoWorks Foundation and Bank of America, $30,000, 2013, 2014.