NetSCI Lab

Funded External Research Grants

Yanovitzky, I. and Weber, M. S. (Co-PI) (2016-2018). Tracking Policymakers’ Acquisition and Use of Research Evidence Regarding Childhood Obesity in the News Media. William T. Grant Foundation. $457,862.

Bailey, J., Cramer, T., Taylor, N., Reich, V., Rosenthal, D. S. H., Weber, M. S., and Phillips, M., (Co-PI) (2016 – 2018). Systems Interoperability and Collaborative Development for Web Archiving. Institute of Museum and Library Services. $353,221.

Milligan, I., Lin, J., and Weber, M. S. (Co-PI) (2015-2016). Unlock your Web Archives Hackathon. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. $23,715.

Weber, M. S. (PI) (2012 – 2016) BCC-SBE Collaborative Research: Utilizing Archival Resources to Conduct Data-Intensive Internet Research (with David Lazer, Northeastern University and Kris Carpenter, Internet Archive). National Science Foundation. (#1244727). $251,405.

Weber, M. S. (2012), New Methods for Utilizing Archival Research to Explore Organizational Change. Annenberg Innovation Grant. $5,000.

Weber, M. S. (2009). Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council – United Kingdom. Web Science Research Grant. $5,500.

Funded Internal Research Grants

Rutgers Research Council Grant (2013), Content Management Systems and Production of News Media, $1,200

Rutgers School of Communication and Information Grants to Get Grants, (2013), Social Media in Organizations: Understanding Affordances, $1,800

i-Cubed Grant, (2012), Doctoral Student Training and Workshop. Co-PIs: Frank Bridges and Anne Gilbert. (NSF funding allocated via Rutgers). $3,000.

Rutgers Research Grant, (2012), Model Testing and Measure Development for Inter- Organizational Social Networks. Co-PIs: Marya Doerfel and Tina-Eliasi Rad (Computer Science). $82,400

Rutgers Summer Fellowship Award, (2012), Social Media Use in Large Multinational Organizations, $3,000