Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, New York, NY

Getty Foundation, Los Angeles, CA

New Levant Initiative, Dover, DE

Rice University, Houston TX

  • Race and Anti-Racism Research Fund:  “Black Life in Houston: An Atlas of Racial Inequity, Displacement, and Integration," 2020 [Lead PI, w/ Jennifer Bratter, Jeffrey Fleisher, Fabiola Lopez-Duran, Molly Morgan, Brian Ridel, Elizabeth Roberto, Moshe Vardi, Fay Yarbrough, Nicole Waligora-Davis, Lora Wildenthal]
  • InterDisciplinary Excellence Award (IDEA): "Urban Graph Theory: Designing Methods to Study Road Networks, Residential Segregation, and Urban Change," 2019 [Co-PI, w/ Elizabeth Roberto, Santiago Segarra, James Elliott]
  • Houston Engagement and Recovery Effort (HERE): "Highways + Waterways: A Diachronic and Iconographic Map of Houston," 2017 [Lead PI, w/ David Alexander, Dominic Boyer, Anne Chao, James Elliot, Kathy Ensor, Stephen Fox, Cymene Howe, Melissa Kean, Jan Odegard, Albert Pope, Moshe Vardi, and Gordon Wittenberg]
  • Scientia Institute. Small Conference Grant: "Modeling and Mapping Historic Sites and Events," 2014 [PI]
  • Ken Kennedy Institute for Information Technology, Enriching Rice Through Information Technology Grant: "ImagineRio: Mapping Social, Urban, and Topographic Change in 2D and 3D (1502-2016)," 2013 [Lead PI w/ Alida Metcalf]
  • Faculty Initiatives Grant: "An Illustrated Historical GIS for Rio de Janeiro's Social and Urban Evolution (1502 to 2016)," 2011 [Lead PI, w/ Alida Metcalf]
  • Faculty Initiatives Grant: "The Digital Library and the Archives of Latin American Artists and Architects," 2008 [PI]
  • Graduate Level Teaching Grant: "arkheBrasil Digital Archive," 2008 [PI]
  • Shell Center for Sustainability. Research Grant: "The Petropolis of Tomorrow," 2011 [Co-PI, w/ Neeraj Bhatia]

American Council of Learned Societies, New York, NY

  • Postdoctoral Partnership Initiative, 2015 [Co-PI w/ Melissa Bailar]

Petrobras-USA, Houston, TX

  • Book Award: Oscar 102/Brasilia 50: Eight Cases in Brazil's Architectural Modernity, 2009 [PI]

The Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, Chicago, IL

  • Research Grant: Lucio Costa Monograph, 2002 [PI]