Robinson Cecil and Joshua Schwartz:
Early Career: Acquisition of New Excimer Laser Ablation System for a High Resolution ICPMS Facility—NSF Instrumentation and Facilities Program (2017)
"RUI/Collaborative Research: MSB-ECA: Mice-o-scapes: Using isotopes to understand the effect of climate and landscape change on small mammal ecology over the past 100 years.” Funded by the National Science Foundation
"CAREER: Investigating Controls on Arc Flare-Ups and the Growth of Lower Continental Crust.” Funded by the National Science Foundation
Doug Yule and Dick Heermance:
"Late Pleistocene slip rate of the western Pinto Mountain Fault, Morongo Valley, CA.” Funded by the Southern California Earthquake Center
“Collaborative Research: RUI: Plio-Quaternary History of Basin Evolution, Climate Change, and Fold Growth in the Qaidam Basin-Investigating Wind-enhanced Climate-Tectonic Feedback” Funded by the National Science Foundation
"CAREER: Geodynamic Study of Earth's Mantle Asthenosphere and Core Formation.” Funded by the National Science Foundation
Robinson Cecil and Kathleen Marsaglia:
“Collaborative Research: Elucidating the Geologic Record of Late Paleozoic Subduction Initiation Along the Southwestern Margin of Laurentia, Southern California and Sonora, Mexico.” Funded by the National Science Foundation
"Post Expedition Award for IODP Expedition 385: Post-Cruise Study of Guaymas Basin Sand Provenance", Funded by the National Science Foundation.
"Participation on International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) Expedition 385", Funded by the National Science Foundation.
"Composing a Modern Handbook for Shipboard Sedimentologists, the Linchpin of a Sedimentologist's Shipboard Toolbox", Funded by the National Science Foundation.
“San Fernando Valley Science Project.” Funded by California Subject Matter Projects/No Child Left Behind
“Revisions to the Framework for K-12 Science Education.” Funded by the California Department of Education
“Supporting Diverse K-6 Students’ Sense of Belonging and Science Achievement through a Network of STEM-Integrated Professional Learning Communities.” Funded by the California Department of Education