Funded Grants and Contracts

  • Moore, J. L., III, Zepeda, Y., & Lewis, T. (2018). Ohio State CCAMPIS ProgramA program grant ($1,416, 328; 4-year project) from the U. S. Department of Education. Role: Principal investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III,  & Commodore, L. (2018). The Ohio State University’s Upward Bound. A supplemental grant ($40,000; 1-year project) from the U. S. Department of Education. Role: Principal investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III., &  (2018). The Ohio State University’s ATI Upward Bound. A supplemental grant ($37,554.00; 1-year project) from the U. S. Department of Education. Role: Principal investigator.
  • McPheron, B. A., Moore, J. L., III, & Fink, B. A. (2018). The Ohio LSAMP Alliance. A program grant ($4,5000,000; 5-year project) from the National Science Foundation. Role: Co-Principal investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III. (2017). The Ohio State University’s Upward Bound. A program grant ($1,292,435; 5-year project) from the U. S. Department of Education. Role: Principal investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III. (2017). The Ohio State University’s ATI Upward Bound. A program grant ($1,526,120; 5-year project) from the U. S. Department of Education. Role: Principal investigator.
  • Wilkinson, D. L., & Moore, J. L., III. (2016). Urban GEMS (Gardening Entrepreneurs Motivating Sustainability). A program grant ($100,000; 2-year grant) from Aetna Foundation. Role: Co-Principal investigator.
  • Dollarhide, C., & Moore, J. L., III. (2013-2014). OSU Student Support Center. Funded by Reynoldsburg City Schools (1-year project; $40,000). Role: Co-Investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III, & Dollarhide, C. (2013-2014). OSU Student Support Center at Independence High School. Funded by Columbus City Schools (1-year project; $28,000). Role: Principal investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III, & Dollarhide, C. (2013-2014). OSU Student Support Center at Metro High School. Funded by Metro High School (1-year project; $28,000). Role: Principal investigator.
  • Thompson, D., & Moore, J. L., III. (2013). Closing the Participation Gap for African American Men in Higher Education. Funded by Ohio Education Research Center (1-year project; $10,000). Role: Co-Investigator.
  • Mayes, R. D., & Moore, J. L., III. (2013). Investigating Twice Exceptionality: Voices of African American Students and Parents. Funded by the Association for Counselors and Supervisors (1-year project; $1,000). Role: Co-Investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III., & Dollarhide, C. (2012-2013). OSU Student Support Center at Metro High School. Funded by Educational Council (1-year project; $20,000). Role: Principal investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III., & Dollarhide, C. (2012-2013). OSU Student Support Center at Independence High School. Funded by Columbus City Schools (1-year project; $33,000). Role: Principal investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III., & Stewart, R. (2012). The Ohio State University’s Upward Bound. A program grant ($1,312,250; 5-year project) from the U. S. Department of Education. Role: Principal investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III, & Miller, G. (2012). The Ohio State University’s ATI Upward Bound. A program grant ($1,481,670; 5-year project) from the U. S. Department of Education. Role: Principal investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III. (2012). OSU summer youth work and college readiness program. A program grant ($43,373; 1-year project) from Central Ohio Workforce Investment Corp. Role: Principal investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III., & Dollarhide, C. (2011-2012). OSU Student Support Center at Metro High School. Funded by Educational Council.(1-year contract; $20,000). Role: Principal investigator.
  • Wilkinson, D., Moore, J. L., III, Slutkin, G., Arthur, J., & Webster, D. (2011). Effectively mediating potential shootings: A study of behavioral and norm change. A seed grant ($10,000; 1-year project) from OSU’s International Poverty Solutions Collaborative. Role: Co-Investigator.
  • Franco, S., Patel, N., Lindsey, J., Stewart, M. Moore, J. L., III, & Post, P. (2011). College ready STEM demonstration grants program. A research grant ($378,000; 6-month project) from the Ohio Board of Regents. Role: Co-Investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III., & Dollarhide, C. (2010-2011). OSU Student Support Center at Metro High School. Funded by Educational Council.(1-year contract; $20,000). Role: Principal investigator.
  • Wilkinson, D., & Moore, J. L., III. (2010). The Columbus Violence Prevention Collaborative (CVPC) Smart Prevention and Research Network. An impact grant ($50,000; 1-year project) from OSU’s Office of University Outreach and Engagement. Role: Co-Investigator.
  • Wilkinson, D., Moore, J. L., III, & Andrews, D. (2010). Identifying violent hot spots: Phase II of the Columbus Violence Prevention Collaborative. A seed grant ($24,995; 1-year project) from OSU’s College of Education and Human Ecology. Role: Co-Investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III., & Dollarhide, C. (2009-2010). OSU Student Support Center at Metro High School. Funded by Educational Council.(1-year contract; $20,000). Role: Principal investigator.
  • Clarke, M., Moore, J. L., III, & Flowers, L. A. (2009). Mixed methods study of the factors influencing recruitment, retention, and academic achievement of undergraduate females and males in STEM disciplines at HBCUs. A grant ($499,980; 3-year project) from the National Science Foundation’s HBCU-Up Competition. Role: Co-Investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III., & Dollarhide, C. (2008-2009). OSU Student Support Center at Metro High School. Funded by Educational Council.(1-year contract; $20,000). Role: Principal investigator.
  • Flowers, L. O., Moore, J. L., III, & Flowers, L. A. (2008). Examining the effects of onlne distance education on student learning and student engagement in STEM disciplines at a Historically Black College and University. A grant ($499,981; 3-year project) from the National Science Foundation’s HBCU-UP Competition. Role: Co-Investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III, & Dollarhide, C. (2008). Student Success Centers. A High School Special Grants Program ($380,678; 4-year project) from AT&T Foundation, Inc. Role: Principal Investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III, & Gallant, D. (2008). A Closing the Achievement Gap Program. An Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Evaluation Contract ($403,557; 15-month project). Role: Principal Investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III., & Dollarhide, C. (2007-2008). OSU Student Support Center at Metro High School. Funded by Educational Council.(1-year contract; $10,000). Role: Principal investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III., & Dollarhide, C. (2007-2008). OSU Student Support Center at South High School. Funded by Columbus City Schools. Funded by Columbus City Schools ($25,000; 1-year contract). Role: Principal investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III., & Dollarhide, C. (2007-2008). OSU Student Support Center at Linden-McKinley High School. Funded by Columbus  City Schools ($20,000; 1-year contract). Role: Principal investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III, & Hendry, K. (2007). Student support directors’ perceptions and expectations of school counselors: Implications for training, practice, and policy. A NCACES Research Grant ($1,000; 1-year project). Role: Principal investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III, & Reid, M. J. (2007). First-Generation urban college students speaking out about their secondary preparation for postsecondary education. A Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race & Ethnicity Research Grant ($1,950; 1-year project). Role: Principal investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III. (2007). The Ohio State University’s Upward Bound. A program grant ($1,249,755; 5-year project) from the U. S. Department of Education. Role: Principal investigator.
  • Hinkelman, L., Wood, C., & Moore, J. L., III. (2006-2007). OSU Student Support Center at Linden-McKinley High School. Funded by Columbus City Schools ($20,000; 1-year contract). Role: Co-Principal investigator.
  • Hinkelman, L., Wood, C., & Moore, J. L., III. (2006-2007). OSU Student Support Center at South High School. Funded by Columbus City Schools ($35,000; 1-year contract). Role: Co-Principal investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III. (2004). African-American males in special education: Their perceptions and attitudes toward school counselors and school counseling services. Research Grant Proposal for the LASER (Linking Academic Scholars to Educational Resources) Program in the CAROUSEL (Center for Action Research on Urban Schools and Effective Leadership) Center at the University of South Florida ($10,000; 1-year project). Role: Principal Investigator.
  • Gilbert, J., Flowers, L. A., Moore, J. L., III, & Watford, B. (2004). Scholars of the Future Program: An implementation model for Increasing diversity in Information Technology. Grant proposal for the National Science Foundation’s Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering Division of Experimental and Integrative Activities ($754,983; 4-year project). Role: Co-Investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III. (2003). African American students majoring in math, science, and engineering: Identifying the factors related to academic persistence and lack of persistence. A Charles H. Houston Center Research Grant ($1,000; 1-year project). Role: Principal Investigator.
  • Watford, B. A., & Moore, J. L., III. (2000). The Academic Enrichment-Outreach Project. A Higher Education, Public Schools, and Community Partnership Grant ($19,000; 1-year project) funded by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia. Role: Co-Investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III. (2000). Going Home: A qualitative study of the Black funeral director. A travel fund grant ($258) funded by Virginia Tech’s Graduate Student Assembly.
  • Moore, J. L. III, & Watford, B. A. (1999). Minority engineering programs’ and National Society of Black Engineers’ Pre-College Initiative. An Affirmative Action Incentive Grant ($2,500; 1-year project) funded by Virginia Tech’s Office of Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action. Role: Project Director and Principal Investigator.
  • Moore, J. L., III, Amenkhienan, C. A., & Watford, B. A. (1998). Using focus groups to evaluate academic activities, resources, and services that impact students’ success. A Student Success Research Grant ($5,000; 1-year project) funded by Virginia Tech’s Vice-Provost for Academic Affairs. Role: Project Director and Principal Investigator.
  • Watford, B. A., & Moore, J. L., III. (1997). College of Engineering’s Student Assistance Center. A Grant ($30,000; 1-year project) funded by Virginia Tech’s Student Engineers’ Council. Role: Project Director and Co-Investigator.