Dr. Valerie Shalin

    Department of PsychologyWright State University


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  1. Funded Research Awards & Grants
  2. Workshop Grants
  3. Equipment Grants


I. Funded Research Awards & Grants

  • 2015: Sheth, A. (PI), Shalin, V.L. (co-PI) & Thirunarayan, K. TWC SBE: Medium: Context-Aware Harassment Detection on Social Media. NSF-CNS 1513721 $925,000.
  • 2015: Parthasarthy, S., (PI), Liu, D. (co-PI), Kubatko, E. (co-PI), Shalin, V.L. (co-PI) & Sheth, A. (co-PI). Hazards SEES: Social and Physical Sensing Enabled Decision Support for Disaster Management and Response. NSF-EAR 1520870, $1,975,000.
  • 2013: Ignat, C. and Shalin, V.L. User studies on trustworthy collaborative systems. INRIA International Program Associate Team Proposal 2013-2015 (submitted September 2013, first year funding award January 2013, 15,000 €, second year funding award, 12,000 €, third year funded, amount pending).
  • 2012: Shalin, V.L. (PI), Steele-Johnson, D. (co-PI) & Flach, J.M. (co-PI). Observation of Emergency Air Medical Transport Training. $ 50,000 Subcontract from Wright State University National Center for Medical Readiness and University of Memphis School of Nursing, Robert Koch (PI). Army Research Institute.
  • 2011: Sheth, A. (PI), Flach, J., (co-PI) Shalin, V.L. (co-PI) & Parasathary, S. (co-PI) Collaborative Research: Social Media Enhanced Organizational Sensemaking in Emergency Response. NSF 1111182, $518,000 (WSU), 1111118 $270,000 (OSU).
  • 2006: Shalin, V.L. PI , Evaluating Integrated Control Approaches for Multi-Agent Behavior in Physical Environments, NASA Ames Research Center, Code IC, $12,750.
  • 2005: D. Steele-Johnson, D. (PI) & Shalin, V.L. (co-PI). A Socio-Technical Approach to Task Domain Analysis. WSU Research Challenge Grant, $20,000.
  • 2005: D. Steele-Johnson, (PI), Shalin, V.L. (co-PI) A Socio-Technical Approach to Examining Performance and Effectiveness in a Computer-Supported Cooperative Work Environment. Northrup Grummond (Amount requested: $128,000; $41,000 received for FY 05, remaining tasks cancelled.)
  • 2004-2005: Shalin, V.L. (PI), "Communication Processes in Organizational Risk Management" Code IH, NASA Ames Research Center, June 2004-October 2005, $148,769 funded; Second year cancelled, (total funding received $73,129).
  • 2001-2002: Shalin, V.L. (PI), "Human Centered Support for Telerobotic Planetary Exploration," NASA Ames Research Center, Program in Work Systems Design and Evaluation, Computer Sciences, October, 1, 2001 - November, 2003, $70,000.
  • 1998-2003: Shalin, V.L. PI, "Roles for Technology in the Facilitation of Distributed Work in Complex, Dynamic Domains", NASA Ames Research Center, Program in Work Systems Design and Evaluation, Computer Sciences, July 1998 - January 2003, $300,000.
  • 1997-2000: Co-Investigator "Cognitive workload in a complex synthetic task environment: The role of functional display and control representations," (R.H. Gilkey, PI, J.M. Flach, & C. Spenny Co-PIs), Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative Program, DoD).
  • 1991-1996: Subcontractor for "Job Knowledge Test Design: A Cognitive Science Approach," from Personnel Decisions Research Institutes for Manpower, Personnel & Training Program, Office of Naval Research (MPTP/ONR), October 1991- September 1995, $22,500 funded; Renewal from Psychological Systems Research, Inc/ (MPTP/ONR), October 1995 - October 1996, $28,160.
  • 1992-1996: Project Director for "NASA Graduate Student Researchers Program,"for K. Latorella, with Co-Director C. Drury, NASA Headquarters, July 1992-July 1996, $88,000.
  • 1991-1995: PI, "Methods and Principles for Determining Task Dependent Interface Content", with subcontract to N. Geddes, NASA Langley Research Center, Human Automation Integration Branch, September 1991-June, 1995, $336,839.


II. Workshop Grants

  • 1997-1998: Project Director for "NATO/ONR Cognitive Task Analysis Meeting," Office of Naval Research, Cognitive and Neural Science & Technology Division, May 1997-July 1998, $64,000, funded.
  • 1992-1993: Project Director for "Human Performance in the Complex Workplace: Implications for Basic Research in Cognitive Science," National Science Foundation Workshop, Program in Human Perception and Cognition, June 1992-May 1993, $36,076, funded.


III. Equipment Grants

  • 1994: Co-Principal Investigator for "Acquisition of High Performance Parallel Computer for the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences," (with nineteen assistant professors. PIs: Dr. Christina Bloebaum), $228,000, funded by the Office of the Provost, SUNY at Buffalo and Sun Microsystems.