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Muhammad Kehnemouyi, Ph.D., PE

Muhammad Kehnemouyi, Ph.D., PE



  • Obtained $406,720 in federal funding (Department of Education) to equip six set up of wireless mobile classrooms to serve the engineering and computer science programs both on and off campus. November 2004
  • The principle investigator for the FIPSE (Fund for Improvement of Post Secondary Education) grant. A $471,142 grant from U.S. Department of Education  to increase the number of underrepresented students in engineering. December 2006
  • Helped obtain two four-year $600,000 grant, as co-principle investigator, from the National Science Foundation (NSF) Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S-STEM) for “ACCESS Engineering and Computer Science” (Achieving Community College Excellence, Success, and Scholarship in Engineering and Computer Science).
  • Co principle investigator for the NSF CSEM grant.
  • Co principle investigator for the NSF TUES grant with UMD, Mechanical Engineering Department entitled” A Structured Course Series for Enhancing Student Interest in STEM Subjects and Inspiring Students to Succeed in STEM Careers” submitted to NSF, May 26th, 2010
  • Co principle investigator for NSF CCLI Phase 1 grant entitled: Title: “Feasibility of an Engineering Science Associate’s Degree for Migration from 2-Year to ABET 4-Year Engineering Programs. A model community college associate’s degree program”.  Submitted to NSF July 2009



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