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Funding

 

  • 2017    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration COCA: Supporting Resilient Coastal Communities in a Changing Climate grant award. Project: Building Coastal Resilience to a Changing Climate: Linking Rural Decision-Makers with Local Churches. $300,000 for 2 years. (Primary Investigator: Michael Paolisso; Chanse is co-PI). This is one of the collaborations of the Deal Island Peninsula Project, Engaging Faith for Coastal Communities.

  • 2016    Washington, D.C. Department of Energy and Environment. RiverSmart Innovation Grant. RiverSmart Homes Rain Garden Maintenance Study. $19,990 (Chanse portion: $8,279). Collaboration with the Landscape Architecture Foundation and Urban Ecosystem Restorations, Inc. Primary Investigator of UMD team: Chanse.

  • 2016    University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science. MADE CLEAR Climate Change Education Summit. Coastal Resiliency Design Studio grant. Primary Investigator: Chanse ($5,000).

  • 2014    National Science Foundation-University of Maryland ADVANCE grant, Transdisciplinary Approaches to Civic Engagement Around Local Climate Change: Communicating Risk and Resiliency on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Primary Investigator: Chanse.

  • 2012    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Sustain the Chesapeake Grant Award. Sustainable Community Orientated Stormwater Management (S- COSM): A Sensible Strategy for the Chesapeake Bay, Total Award $615,174 to the University of Maryland. Primary Investigator: Paul Leisnham; Chanse is co-PI, allocation approximately: $68,500.

  • 2012    Landscape Architecture Foundation Case Study Investigation Research Grant, $6,000.  Primary Investigator: Chanse.

  • 2011    Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station Grant, Transdisciplinary Civic Engagement Around Visualizing Climate Change, Dorchester County, MD: A Pilot Project. Total grant award is for $29,650. Primary Investigator: Chanse.

  • 2010    Environmental Protection Agency and South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control joint grant. Sand River Headwaters Green Infrastructure Project Phase II: Monitoring, $126,35. PI is Gene Eidson, awarded to the City of Aiken (January 1, 2010 through June 30 2011). Chanse is co-PI, allocation: $28,108.

  • 2009    Environmental Protection Agency and South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control joint grant. Sand River Headwaters Green Infrastructure Project Phase I: Design & Construction, $293,185, Awarded to the City of Aiken (October 1, 2009 through December 31, 2010). Primary Investigator: Gene Eidson. Chanse Co-investigator allocation: $31,108.

  • 2009    The National Wildlife Federation for the Campus Ecology Fellowship program. 2009-2010. Primary Investigator: Chanse. $3,500.

  • 2008    Metanoia Community Development Corporation to Clemson University Dept. of Planning and Landscape Architecture program, funding for Masters of Landscape Architecture graduate student, Monica Ezell $3,500, (under supervision of V. Chanse). 

  • 2008    Santee Cooper (utility district), award to Clemson University Dept. of Planning and Landscape Architecture Alignments Studio, $20,000, to work with landscape architecture graduate and undergraduate students in the Spring 2009 Open Space Studio, under supervision of V. Chanse, to develop the Master Plan of Old Santee Canal Park (January 2008-August 2008).

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