Senator Murkowski Announces Federal Grants Heading to Alaska

08.17.22

Grant Roundup: Senator Murkowski Announces Federal Grants Heading to Alaska

Washington, D.C – US Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), a senior member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, announced the following grants to organizations, Tribal entities, and communities in Alaska:

  • Alaska—Statewide: $9.7 million to Alaska Primary Care Association (APCA) from US Department of Commerce for Healthcare Workforce Training.
  • Alaska-Statewide: $50.6 million to the State of Alaska from Doyon Limited for Broadband Infrastructure Deployment.
  • Alaska-Statewide: $9 million to the Department of Natural Resources from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is an agency of the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for fire suppression.
  • Alaska-Statewide: $123,768 to Alaska Health and Social Services from US Department of Health and Human Services for Health Services.
  • Alaska-Statewide: $2.6 million to Alaska Health and Social Services from US Department of Health and Human Services for Overdose Research.
  • Aleutian East Borough: $2 million to Aleutians East Borough for Community Project Funding/Construction from US Department of Health and Human Services.
  • Anchorage: $136,313 to University of Alaska Anchorage from the National Science Foundation for Collaborative Research: Unearthing the Young Stars in Aquila.
  • Anchorage: $280,000 to University of Alaska Anchorage from Department of Health and Human Services for addressing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.
  • Anchorage: $6,213 to Museum of the Aleutians Association from National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) for the support of small and mid-sized institutions to care for significant humanities collections.
  • Anchorage: $865,500 to University of Alaska Anchorage from Department of Health and Human Services for Area Health Education Centers.
  • Anchorage: $1.1 million to Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium from Department of Health and Human Services for Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH).
  • Anchorage: $1.1 million to Alaska Department of Services from Department of Health and Human Services for Hospital Preparedness Program.
  • Anchorage: $226,235 to the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development from National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) for preserving Americas historic newspapers.
  • Anchorage: $499,312 to the University of Alaska Anchorage from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for Alaska Undergraduate Research Experience: Partnering for Alaska Students by Growing Recruitment and Retention through Undergraduate Research.
  • Anchorage: $261,885 to University of Alaska Anchorage from United States Department of Education for TRIO grant for the Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement program.
  • Anchorage: $750,627 to Southcentral Foundation from National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for Allergy, Immunology and Transplantation Research.
  • Anchorage: $957,057 to University of Anchorage Alaska from National Science Foundation for Foundations for Improving Resilience in the Energy Sector against Wildfires on Alaskan Lands (FIREWALL).
  • Anchorage: $916,096 to Alaska Pacific University from National Science Foundation (NSF) for NNA Research: Collaborative Research: Meq unguvatkarput (water is our livelihood) – building community resilience for the future.
  • Anchorage: $149,736 to Calista Education and Culture, Inc. from NSF for Illness and Wellness in Yup’ik Oral Tradition.
  • Anchorage: $5 million to Cook Inlet Housing Authority from Partners in Health (PIH or Indian Housing Block Grant) to increase the number of housing units.
  • Anchorage: $358,453 to University of Alaska Anchorage from National Science Foundation for Collaborative Research: Cumacean – Omics to Measure Mode of Adaptation to Antarctica (COMMAA).
  • Ekuk: $13.2 million to Bristol Bay Native Association from RAISE for Clarks Point – Ekuk Road Project.
  • Eklutna: $257.183 to Eklutna Native Village from National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) for editions or translations of pre-existing text of value to the humanities.
  • Fairbanks: $3 million to University of Alaska Fairbanks from National Science Foundation for Reducing Fuel Oil Consumption in Rural Arctic Communities.
  • Fairbanks: $2.9 million to University of Alaska Fairbanks from National Science Foundation for Developing a Place-based Science Technology Engineering Mathematical (STEM) Education Model for Cultural Connections to Alaska Science.
  • Fairbanks: $300,000 to University of Alaska Fairbanks from National Science Foundation for Transforming Arctic Geosciences for Alaska Native Sovereignty and Science.
  • Fairbanks: $147,080 to University of Alaska Fairbanks from Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) for Miner Trainer Programs.
  • Fairbanks: $447,533 to University of Alaska Fairbanks from NSF for Collaborative Research: MOSAiC Sea Ice Samples for Stratigraphy, Microstructure, and Inherent Optical Property Studies.
  • Fairbanks: $900,000 to University of Alaska Fairbanks from National Science Foundation for NNA Research: Collaborative Research: Meq unguvatkarput (water is our livelihood) – building community resilience for the future.
  • Fairbanks: $620,346 to University of Alaska Fairbanks from National Science Foundation for Foundations for Improving Resilience in the Energy Sector against Wildfires on Alaskan Lands (FIREWALL).
  • Fairbanks: $229,955 to University of Alaska Fairbanks from Natural Science Foundation (NSF) for database and Map of Marine and Terrestrial Glacial Features Related to Mid- to Late-Pleistocene Arctic Ocean Glaciation.
  • Fairbanks: $1.5 million to University of Alaska Fairbanks from US Department of Transportation for FHWA’s Tribal Technical Assistance Program (TTAP).
  • Fairbanks: $335,949 to University of Alaska Fairbanks from National Science Foundation for Collaborative Research: Zooplankton restarts in a high-latitude marine ecosystem: species-specific recruitment and development in early spring.
  • Fairbanks: $2.4 million to Fairbanks North Star Borough from Federal Transit Administration for Compressed Natural Gas Buses and Compressed Natural Grass Paratransit Vans.
  • Gulkana: $4.2 million to Gulkana Village Council from Federal Transit Administration for Soaring Eagle Transit (SET) Multi-purpose Operations and Maintenance Facility.
  • Homer: $50,000 to Homer Society of Natural History from the Institute of Museum and Library Services for Reigniting Learning and Discovery.
  • Iliulikk Bay: $22.3 million to Qawalangin Tribe of Unalaska from RAISE for Qawalangin Tribe Port Infrastructure Improvement Project.
  • Juneau: $199,879 to University of Alaska Southeast Juneau from National Science Foundation for Riverine Biogeochemical Export from High-Latitude Catchments: The Role of Glaciers and Extreme Hydrologic Events.
  • Juneau: $1 million to Department of Environmental Conservation from Environmental Protection Agency for Solid Waste Disposal.
  • Juneau: $485,806 to Department of Environment Conservation from the US EPA for Safe Drinking Water.
  • Juneau: $2.2 million to Borough of Juneau from Federal Transit Administration for Maintenance Facility Rehabilitation and Security Modernization.
  • Ketchikan: $4.2 million to Ketchikan Gateway Borough from Federal Transit Administration for Community Use of Hydropower and Transitioning to Electric Buses and Charging Infrastructure.
  • Kodiak: $48,279 to Kodiak Historical Society from the Institute of Museum and Library Services for Photography Projects.
  • Metlakatla: $402,257 to Metlakatla Indian Community from Federal Transit Administration for Annette Islands Ferry Terminal Battery Electric Bus Service.
  • Sitka: $7.8 million to City and Borough of Sitka from Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability & Equity (RAISE) for design and construction of Marine Service Center (MSC).
  • Sitka: $24,685 to Sitka Science Center from NSF for Collaborative Research: The Origin of the Large Brains of Cetaceans.
  • Takotna: $1 million to Southcentral Foundation from United States Department of Agriculture for construct a health care clinic and provide medical equipment and supplies to deliver primary medical services in Takotna.


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