Research Grants

Kenneth S. Sajwan

2007-2012. Hazardous Waste Management and Enhancing the Environmental Science Program at Savannah State University, Department of Energy/Environmental Protection Agency. ($1,477,500). Principal Investigator.

2008-2009. Interdisciplinary Marine Science Field Studies. “No Child Left Behind” Title Part A. Teacher Quality Higher Education Program, Department of Education. ($53,801). Grant monitored through Armstrong Atlantic State University. Principal Investigator.

2008-2009. Coastal Issues, Ecology and Habitats. “No Child Left Behind” Title Part A. Teacher Quality Higher Education Program, Department of Education. ($21,612). Grant monitored through Armstrong Atlantic State University. Principal Investigator.

2006-2007. Coastal Issues, Ecology and Habitats. “No Child Left Behind” Title Part A. Teacher Quality Higher Education Program, Department of Education. ($19,000). Grant monitored through Armstrong Atlantic State University. Principal Investigator.

2004-2006. Extramural Associate Research Development Award. National Institute of Health. ($100,000). Co-Principal Investigator.

2004-2005. Improve Research and Instructional Quality through Acquiring Cutting Edge Instrumentation for Environmental Science Program, Department of Education. ($99,420). Principle Investigator.

2004-2005. Coastal Issues, Ecology and Habitats. “No Child Left Behind” Title Part A. Teacher Quality Higher Education Program, Department of Education. ($18,000). Grant monitored through Armstrong Atlantic State University. Principal Investigator.

2003-2004. Coastal Issues, Ecology and Habitats. “No Child left Behind” Title Part A. Teacher Quality Higher Education Program, Department of Education. ($27,000). Grant monitored through Armstrong Atlantic State University. Principal Investigator.

2002-2007 Environmental Justice, Community Education and Advisory Project. U.S. Department of Energy/Environmental Protection Agency ($1,400,000). Principal Investigator.

2002-2003. Coastal Issues, Ecology and Habitats. Eisenhower Higher Education Program: Improving Mathematics and Science Instruction in Georgia. ($18,000). Grant monitored through Armstrong Atlantic State University. Principal Investigator

2001-2002. Establishment of a computer laboratory at the Center for Marine, Environmental science and Biotechnology Research: Title III, U.S. Department of Education ($39,000). Co-Principal Investigator.

2000-2002. Baseline Monitoring and Analysis of Health of the Salt Marsh Ecosystem of Fort Pulaski National Monument, Using Sediment, Oysters and Water samples: National Park Service ($25,000). Principal Investigator.

1998-2003. Establishment of a Center for Marine Environmental Science and Biotechnology: Title III, Department of Education ($690,000). Sub-Activity Director.

1998-2002 Environmental Waste Management Education and Community Involvement. U.S. Department of Energy/Environmental Protection Agency ($1,258,840). Principal Investigator. 

1998-2001. NASA “Project High School/High Tech-Educational Enrichment Program for High School Students with disabilities: NASA ($299,999). Principal Investigator.

1998-1999. Coastal Issues, Habitats, Ecology and Analysis Summer Training Workshop. Eisenhower Higher Education Act: Improving Mathematics and Science Instruction in Georgia. ($19,194). Grant monitored through Armstrong Atlantic State University. Co-Principal Investigator.

1997-1998. Coastal Issues, Habitats, Ecology and Analysis Summer Training Workshop. Eisenhower Higher Education Act: Improving Mathematics and Science Instruction in Georgia, ($19,346). Grant monitored through Armstrong Atlantic State University. Co-Principal Investigator.

1996-1998. Environmental Waste Management and Community Education. DOE, Aiken, SC. ($700,000). Co-Principal Investigator. 

Teaching, Research and Service Excellence
Awards for Kenneth S. Sajwan

Matte Beverley Payne Distinguished Service Award. ($1,000). Savannah State University, 2007;

Outstanding Science Teacher Award. ($1,000). National Society for College Science Teacher’s Association, 2006;

Distinguished Science Teacher Award. ($500). National Science Teachers Association, 2004;

2003. Ernest L, Boyer International Award for Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Technology. ($5,000). 14th International Conference on College Teaching and Learning. Jacksonville, FL.

2002. University System of Georgia Regent’s Teaching Excellence Award for State University Category. ($5,000). The Board of Regents’ of the University System of Georgia

2002-2003. White House Millennium Award for Teaching and Research Excellence. ($10,000). U.S. Department of Education.

1998. Savannah State University Regent’s Distinguished Professor Award. ($50,000). The Board of Regents’ of the University system of Georgia.