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Examination and Refinement of a Novel Treatment for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Processing of Positive Memories Technique (PPMT)

Description: Data management plan for the grant, "Examination and Refinement of a Novel Treatment for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Processing of Positive Memories Technique (PPMT)." The study aims to examine effects of and targets underlying a novel technique for posttraumatic stress disorder focused on positive memories (Processing of Positive Memories Technique; PPMT). Specific aims include (1) examining PPMT’s effects; (2) examining mechanistic targets such as improved affect underlying PPMT’s effects; and (3) refining PPMT.
Date: 2022-09-20/2025-09-19
Creator: Contractor, Ateka A.
Partner: UNT College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
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Ultrawideband Near-Field Probe System for Antenna Research

Description: Data management plan for the grant, "Ultrawideband Near-Field Probe System for Antenna Research." The objective of this project is to acquire an ultrawideband near-field probe system to build a highly capable antenna measurement facility which will provide critical support for the research, development, and testing of new antenna designs and concepts at the University of North Texas (UNT). The requested near-field probe system will be integrated with existing hardware at UNT, including a vector network analyzer and an Albatross Projects shielded chamber, to complete the build for the measurement system that is capable of characterizing three-dimensional radiation patterns of antennas-under-test (AUT) over a wide frequency range of 0.65-18 GHz. The measurement facility will be used to not only support ongoing and future federally funded research of the principal investigators but also enhance undergraduate and graduate education and training in RF, microwave, and antenna engineering at UNT.
Date: 2022-09-01/2023-08-31
Creator: Luyen, Hung
Partner: UNT College of Engineering
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Project Communicate

Description: Data management plan for the grant, "Project Communicate." The purpose of Project Communicate is to professionally prepare 27 special education teachers and 10 speech-language pathologists, including scholars from ethnically and racially diverse backgrounds, to be highly-qualified to demonstrate skills in promoting high expectations to improve student outcomes, providing individualized evidence-based practices for students with autism spectrum disorder, and providing culturally and linguistically responsive instruction. Scholars will participate in a master’s degree program in Special Education (Autism Intervention) or Speech-Language Pathology designed to include coursework, integrated and embedded supervised field experiences, and other professional development opportunities for developing knowledge and skills for working with students with ASD in school-based settings.
Date: 2022-09-01/2027-08-31
Creator: Boesch, Miriam C.
Partner: UNT College of Education
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GenCyber Teachers Camp

Description: Data management plan for the grant, "GenCyber Teachers Camp." The goal of the UNT GenCyber Teacher Camp is to increase the cybersecurity expertise of middle and high school Computer Science teachers so that they can introduce cybersecurity curriculum into their classrooms. We will recruit 20 teachers who teach Computer Science and STEM-related middle/high school courses. We will create modules that teachers can use to create positive environments for students and thus to motivate them to gain interest in cybersecurity.
Date: 2022-08-05/2024-08-05
Creator: Do, Hyunsook & Bryce, Renee
Partner: UNT College of Engineering
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An Ethnic Spring in the Food Desert? How State Policy Affects Food Environments and Business Entrepreneurships

Description: Data management plan for the grant, "An Ethnic Spring in the Food Desert? How State Policy Affects Food Environments and Business Entrepreneurships." In food system research, the reduced quality of one's food environment (the combination of food security and food access) is a direct symptom of social, political, and economic disparities. Our research has three primary objectives: Aim 1: To determine the role of state policy in the food environment of immigrant communities and communities of color in the United States, Aim 2: To dissect how state and local policies affect the participation of these communities in the U.S. food system, local food environments, and food business ownership, and Aim 3: To explain the current role and the future role of local policy in the food environment of immigrant communities and communities of color in the United States.
Date: 2023-01-01/2025-12-31
Creator: Silva, Andrea
Partner: UNT College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
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In-Situ Monitoring for Quality Assurance and Machine Learning in Direct-Write Additive Manufacturing of 5G RF Electronic Ceramics

Description: Data management plan for the grant, "In-Situ Monitoring for Quality Assurance and Machine Learning in Direct-Write Additive Manufacturing of 5G RF Electronic Ceramics." The principal near-term objective of the PI is to use in-situ monitoring to define the processing rules that determine the microstructure, macrostructure, and high-frequency dielectric response of electronic ceramic materials for advanced RF “grown” by laser-assisted direct-write AM. In-situ measurements will be correlated and validated with ex-situ characterization, and these data will iteratively guide synthesis and processing optimization. In parallel, the experimental measurements will be used as inputs for the physics-based process modeling. Predictions from the experimentally validated models will in turn: 1) guide synthesis and processing optimization and, 2) train and constrain ML. Thus, quality assurance is achieved.
Date: 2022-09-01/2025-06-30
Creator: Shepherd, Nigel D.
Partner: UNT College of Engineering
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Low-Energy Atomic Processes Including Ones Involving a Positron

Description: Data management plan for the grant, "Low-Energy Atomic Processes Including Ones Involving a Positron." The proposed research in theoretical atomic physics involves few-body systems of charged particles, especially ones that involve the antiparticle of the electron, which is a positron. One of these systems is the positronium negative ion, which is comprised of two electrons and a positron. The exotic positronium atom is similar to the conventional hydrogen atom, but the positive charge in the atom is a positron rather than a proton. The proposed studies of these few-body charged systems will support international collaborations with scientists in the UK and Japan.
Date: 2022-09-01/2025-08-31
Creator: Quintanilla, Sandra J.
Partner: UNT College of Science
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Students Data Literacy Needs in Community Colleges: Perspectives of Libraries, Students and Faculty

Description: Data management plan for the grant, "Students Data Literacy Needs in Community Colleges: Perspectives of Libraries, Students and Faculty." The University of North Texas will conduct an 18-month planning project to examine the current perspectives of community college librarians, faculty, and students regarding data literacy; identify the data literacy competencies needed for community college students; and develop data literacy action plans for community college libraries to assist community college librarians in assessing their capability and creating a road map to incorporate data literacy into their existing literacy programs. The findings of this project will identify the role and position of community college libraries in facilitating and enhancing the development of the data literacy competencies of students.
Date: 2022-08-01/2024-01-31
Creator: Kim, Jeonghyun
Partner: UNT College of Information
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Developing a High-Quality Academic Environment for Broadening Participation of Hispanic Students in Computing

Description: Data management plan for the grant, "Developing a High-Quality Academic Environment for Broadening Participation of Hispanic Students in Computing." The objectives of the grant are to Enhance the education quality and broadening the participation of Hispanic undergraduate students in Computing through new pedagogy adoption, cultural transformation, and offering guided research opportunity for students. The project is also going to study the cultural asset-based education for Hispanic students and to understand which cultural asset would be the most important impact factors for Hispanic education in computing.
Date: 2022-11-01/2025-10-31
Creator: Ding, Junhua
Partner: UNT College of Information
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Connecting Communities with Libraries, Archives, and Historians Through Oral Histories

Description: Data management plan for the grant, "Connecting Communities with Libraries, Archives, and Historians Through Oral Histories." The University of North Texas (UNT) Department of Information Science, partnering with the UNT Oral History Program, will host a series of forums to identify best practices and strategies to respond to challenges around building, implementing, preserving, and accessing community oral history projects. The project team will convene librarians, archivists, oral history practitioners, public historians, community-based memory workers, and others working in oral history to identify good practices, share challenges and lessons learned, and prepare an actionable roadmap for building, implementing, preserving, and sustaining community oral history projects.
Date: 2022-08-01/2023-07-31
Creator: Kim, Jeonghyun; Moye, J. Todd & Roeschley, Ana
Partner: UNT College of Information
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Connecting Galaxies and Supermassive Black Holes: Meso-scale Simulations of Multiphase Accretion Flows

Description: Data management plan for the grant, "Connecting Galaxies and Supermassive Black Holes: Meso-scale Simulations of Multiphase Accretion Flows." It proposes to study how gas flows onto the supermassive black holes in massive galaxies and galaxy clusters. They will perform numerical simulations with a nested zoom-in technique, focusing on the mesoscale accretion flows from the Bondi radius to hundreds of Schwarzschild radii. They will predict the mass flux of different phases, as well as their angular momentum and magnetic flux.
Date: 2022-07-01/2025-06-30
Creator: Li, Yuan
Partner: UNT College of Science
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