Summer Faculty Fellowship recipients announced for 2013
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2013 Summer Faculty Fellowship. Following are the faculty awardees and the research they will be working on with support from their summer fellowships.
Alexandra Adame (Psychology) - "Psychosis: First Person Perspectives on the Psychotherapeutic Process"
P.J. Alaimo (Chemistry) - "Photochemical Oxidation of amino acid-based biomolecules in surface waters"
Ken Allan (Fine Arts) - "Object Lessons: Experiencing Pop Art in 1960s Los Angeles"
Rob Efird (Anthropology) - "Learning the Land Beneath Our Feet: Place-based Environmental Education in the Southwest China"
Rose Ernst (Political Science) - "Creating Racial Subjects: Welfare State Development in Washington State, 1935-1953"
Holly Slay Ferraro (Management) - "Career Decision making after 55: Exploring the Determination of Work Paths near/after Retirement Age"
Allison Heinrich (Mathematics) - "Knot Theories and Multibiracks"
Burt Hopkins (Philosophy) - "Boëthius on Number in De Trinitate (On the Holy Trinity)"
Collette Hoption (Management) - "Investigating Active Followership in Organizations"
Doug Latch (Chemistry) - "Solar Light and the Breakdown of Aquatic Pollutants"
Rick Malleus (Communications) - "Talk, Text and More: Student Cell Phone Use on One Zimbabwean Campus"
Susan Meyers (English) - "Story as Connection, Story as Community: New Global Creative Writing Pedagogies for the Protection and Promotion of Vulnerable Migrant Groups."
Agniezska Miguel (Electrical and Computer Engineering) - "Digital Image Processing Applied to Snow Leopard Identification"
Teodora Shuman (Mechanical Engineering) - "Energy Efficient and Rapid Dewatering of Microalgae"
The Summer Faculty Fellowship Program is for individual tenure-track or tenured faculty and full-time librarians who are involved in an active program of scholarship, including the scholarship of discovery, integration, application, and teaching. The program aims to provide salary support for efforts to build on previous scholarly or creative endeavors (e.g., for the writing of scholarly products or grant proposals) or to move projects in a new direction (research that could provide the basis for future proposals). The fellowship amount is $7,100 total, paid in two installments in July and August of 2012. For more information, visit SFFP.
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