-    Faculty and administrative lead, gift for student scholarships in the Honors College; anonymous donor; $1,250,000; September 2019

-    Faculty and administrative lead, industry gift and partnership contract for the support of the Calhoun Honors Discovery Program; The Boeing Company; $3,000,000 cash plus significant in-kind support; August 2018 (https://vtnews.vt.edu/articles/2018/07/honors-boeing.html)

-    Faculty and administrative lead, gift from David and Barbara Calhoun for the development of the Calhoun Honors Discovery Program and Center for Higher Education Innovation; $20,000,000; March 2018 (https://vtnews.vt.edu/articles/2018/03/calhoun-gift.html)

-    Administrative lead, multi-donor gift for the development of the Intelligent Infrastructure facilities at Virginia Tech; $25,000,000; 2017 (https://vtnews.vt.edu/articles/2016/09/research-intel-infrastructure.html)

-    Faculty and administrative lead, program development contract with the Economic Development Council of NYC - Applied Sciences Initiative; for the development of the CMU Integrative Media Program in NYC; $3,200,000; 2013-2016 (https://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/21/nyregion/carnegie-mellon-bringing-sciences-programs-to-new-york-city.html)

-    Faculty and administrative lead, private gift for the development of the CMU Integrative Media Program in NYC; $5,000,000; 2013-2020 (https://www.cmu.edu/news/stories/archives/2013/november/nov20_steinerstudios.html

-    Faculty and administrative lead, Autodesk gift for the development of the Reality Computing Studio at CMU $220,000; 2014-2016

-    Faculty and administrative lead, Grable and Benedum Foundations gift for the development of the Learning Media Design Center at CMU; $300,000; 2014-2017

-    Faculty and administrative lead, Hillman Foundation gift for the development of the Integrative Design, Arts and Technology (IDeATe) curriculum; $270,000; 2014-2016

-    Faculty and administrative lead, Intel Education Program gift for the development of the Integrative Design, Arts and Technology (IDeATe) curriculum; part of the Intel Design Network program; $150,000; 2014

-    Administrative lead, For a Creative Technologies Industry Cluster, in partnership with the Pittsburgh Technology Council; Benedum Foundation; $250,000; 2012

-   Faculty lead, $20,000,000 private gift (anonymous donor) for the development and implementation of the Digital Culture Curriculum; gift secured through the Offices of the President of ASU and of the Dean of the Herberger Institute. Developed the concept, the funding proposal and the pitch material and participated in the pitch together with the President and Dean; Fall 2009 (https://asunow.asu.edu/content/asu-launches-new-bachelors-degree-digital-culture)

-    Faculty and Administrative lead, IT 301-State of Arizona grant; seed funds for the hiring of engineering faculty in the School of Arts, Media and Engineering; $300,000; May 2002-May 2005

-   Administrative lead,$500,000 total industry and government sponsorships (EU, Heineken, SGI, Wolfram, Ministry of Culture and more) for the realization of the 1997 International Computer Music Conference.

-    Administrative lead, $150,000 subsidy from the Greek Ministry of Culture (1993); seed funds for the Institute of Psychoacoustics at the Univ. of Thessaloniki.