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The Academic Information Technology Committee (ACITC) selected 10 projects for funding from a record 37 submissions to its mini-grant competition, according to co-chairs Marcus Hohlmann and Joel Olson from the College of Science.

For travel grant, the winner is Julie Moore (Aero), ERAU Unmanned Aircraft Workshop.

For educational grants, the winners are: Dan J. Zaffran (Math), Hub of Math Online Resources; Robert J. Weaver (DMES), Surf Engineering at FIT; Prasanta Sahoo (DMES), Development of Propulsion Software for Propeller Design of Marine Vehicles; Stephen C. Rice (Aero), Tablet for Human Factors Courses; Joan K. Wiggenhorn (Business), Electronic Applications for Performing Corporate Financial Analysis; and David Beavers (University Lab), Electronic Support Lab Project 7.

Research grant winners were Debasis Mitra (Computer Science), Efficient Medical Image Reconstruction for Translational Purpose; Nezamoddin Nezamoddini-Kachouie (Math), Avatar Learners: Online Students in a Virtual Classroom; and Nasri Nesnas (Chemistry), Computational and Experimental Evaluation of Drug Interactions with Hosts.

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