- Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. “Using economic choice experiments to measure public preferences for hydrilla management in Florida and to test the importance of selecting the right messenger to engage the public.” $39,710. O.M. Savchenko (PI), C. Prince and J. Leary (co-PIs). 2020-2022.
- National Science Foundation—funding support from the Delaware EPSCoR program. “Reducing Household Nutrient Run-off: Power of Testimonials & Technology Persistence.” $59,979. L. H. Palm-Forster (PI), K.D. Messer and O. M. Savchenko (co-PIs). 2018.
- Graduate Student Travel Grants. $5,000. Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics, University of Illinois. 2014, 2015.
- Data Purchase Program Grant. $5,000. University of Illinois. O. M. Savchenko and J. B. Braden (co-PI). 2011.
- Graduate Student/Faculty Collaborative Research Grant. “Firm Derivatives Use in the Partial Hedging of
Currency Risk.” $10,000. University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. O. M. Savchenko and S. Makar (co-PIs). 2009.
SCHOLARSHIPS, HONORS, AND AWARDS
- Certificate of Completion of Teachers’ College, University of Florida, 2019
- Clean Energy Education Fellowship. University of Illinois, 2014-2016.
- List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent by Their Students (3 semesters), University of Illinois, 2014-2015.
- Best Graduate Research Paper Award. University of Illinois, 2013.
- Ralph Joseph Mutti Fellowship. University of Illinois, 2012.
- Outstanding Graduate Research Award. University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 2009.
- Beta Gamma Sigma, National Honor Society for AACSB-Accredited Business Schools, 2009.
- Outstanding Graduate Award “Rising Star”, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 2009.
- Project Management Institute Fellowship. University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 2009.
- Graduate Fellowship for Women. American Association of University Women, 2008.
- Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 2008.
- MBA Scholarship. University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 2008.
- Beta Gamma Sigma, National Honor Society for AACSB-Accredited Business Schools, 2008.