EXTERNAL FUNDING:
RSEARCH/CONFERENCE GRANTS:
 "Representations of Affine and Quantum Affine Algebras", Simons Foundation,
Grant #307555, $35,000, September 01, 2014  August 31, 2019.

"Conference on Representation Theory and Related Topics", National Science Foundation,
Grant # DMS1401208 , $40,000, 06/01/2014  05/31/2015 (PI: K. Lee, coPI: K. Misra).

"Southeastern Lie Theory Workshop Series", National Science Foundation, DMS1206255,
$38,750, July 01, 2012  June 30, 2014 (CoPI: Cox, Nakano, Parshall, Yakimov).
 "Combinatorics Quantum Affine Algebra Representationsand Related Topics", National
Security Agency, H982301210248, $72,595, January 27, 2012 January 26, 2014.
 "Representations of Quantum Groups and Related Topics", Simons Foundation,
Grant #208092, $7,000, July 01, 2011  August 31, 2012.
 "CBMS Conference on: Deformation theory of algebras and modules", National Science Foundation,
DMS1040647, $30,742, January 01, 2011 December 31, 2011 (CoPI: Lada)
 "Algebraic and Combinatorial approches to Representation Theory" National Science Foundation,
DMS0963910, $49,829, May 01, 2010  August 31, 2012 (PI:V. Chari, coPI: K. Misra).
 "Conference on: Quantum groups, Algebraic groups and related topics", National Sience
Foundation, DMS0913405, $43,000, April 01, 2009  March 31, 2011 (coPI: Bakalov, Helminck, Jing).
 "Special meetings: Southeastern Lie Theory workshop series", National Science Foundation,
DMS0852373, $60,000, March 01, 2009  December 31, 2012 (coPI: Parshall and Nakano).
 "Combinatorics of the representations of affine and quantum affine Lie algebras and beyond",
National Security Agency, H982300810080, $65,542, April 25, 2008 April 23, 2010.
 "Representations of affine and
quantum
affine Lie algebras and combinatorial identities",
National Security Agency, H9823006010025, $64,667, Apr. 06,2006
 Apr. 05, 2008.
 "Lie algebras, Vertex operator
algebras and their applications", National Science Foundation,
DMS0453004, $19,996, Mar.1, 2005 Sept.
1,2007 (coPI: Huang).
 "Representations of infinite
dimensional Lie algebras and quantized universal enveloping
algebras",
National Security Agency, MDA9040210072 \$44,000, Feb. 25,2002 
Feb. 24, 2005.
 Conference on "Infinite Dimensional
Lie
Theory and Conformal Field Theory", National Science Foundation,
DMS0070599, $11,975, Mar.15, 2000 
Feb. 28,2001 (coPI: Berman, Fendley, Huang, Parshall).
 "Combinatorics of the
representations of KacMoody Lie algebras and associated quantum
groups",
National Security Agency, MDA9040010042, $20,000, Nov. 23,1999
 Oct. 22, 2001.
 "Representations of affine and
quantum affine algebras and their applications", National Security
Agency,
MDA904981004, $12,000, Feb. 17,1998  Feb.16, 1999 (coPI:
Jing).
 "Representations of affine and
quantum affine algebras and their applications", National Sience
Foundation,
DMS9802449, $10,770, Mar. 1,1998  Dec. 31, 1999 (coPI: Jing).
 "Representations of quantum
KacMoody Lie algebras", National Security Agency,
MDA9049610013, $45,000, Apr. 15,1996  May 31, 1999.
 "Representations of affine and
quantum affine Lie algebras", National Security Agency,
MDA90492H3076, $9,000, May 29, 1992 to May. 28, 1995.
 "Applications of
representation
theory of quantum affine Lie algebras to solvable lattice models",
National Science Foundation, DMS9215075, $23,005, January 1, 1993 to June 30, 1994.
 "Integrable highest weight
representations of affine Lie algebra", National Security Agency,
MDA90490H4039,
$47,049,
May 15, 1990 to May
14, 1992.
 "KacMoody Lie Algebras and
Physics
Conference", National Science Foundation, DMS8801289,
$10,000, July
1, 1988 to June 30, 1989, (coPI: R. Fulp, L. Norris, M.
Singer).
TRAVEL GRANTS:
 NSF/AMS travel grant for
$1,200 to
attend the International Congress of Mathematicians at Zurich,
Switzerland,
during August 311, 1994.
 NSF/AMS travel grant for $1,400 to
attend
the International Congress of Mathematicians at Berlin, Germany,
during
August 311, 1998.
 NSF/AMS travel grant for $1,900 to
attend
the International Congress of Mathematicians at Beijing, China,
during
August 2028, 2002.
 NSF/AMS travel grant for
$3,300 to
attend the International Congress of Mathematicians at Seoul,
South Korea,
during August 1321, 2014.