The recipients of this year’s 2020 Summer Faculty Fellowship Program includes five College of Arts and Sciences faculty members.
This program provides financial support for 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’s goal is to support faculty efforts to build on previous scholarly or creative endeavors (e.g., for the writing of grant proposals) or to move projects in a new direction (providing the basis for future external support or publications).
College of Arts and Sciences Summer Faculty Fellowships
- Kathryn Bollich-Ziegler, PhD, Psychology, “Self-Knowledge and Other Knowledge of Moral Behaviors”
- Amelia Derr, MSW, PhD, Social Work, “Welcoming Cities: A Collaborative & Participatory Response to Current Migration Trends”
- Rosa Joshi, MFA, Performing Arts and Arts Leadership, “New Identities in Classical Theatre: An All-Female and Non-Binary Production of Shakespeare’s Richard II”
- Alfred Perez, PhD, Social Work, “A Comparative Analysis of Recipients and Eligible Non-Recipients of Independent Living Services”
- Kirsten Thompson, PhD, Film, “Animated America: Animation and Advertising from Times Square to Walt Disney”
Congratulations to our colleagues across the university, including Brooke Coleman, JD (School of Law) “A Critical Guide to Civil Procedure;” Bridget Hiedemann, PhD (Albers School of Business & Economics): “Marriage Equality and Health Among Older Sexual Minorities;” Douglas Latch, PhD (College of Science & Engineering) “Predicting Fates of Aquatic Pollutants: Development of Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships for Sunlight-Induced Degradation Reactions;” Ro Kumhee, DNP, MN, RN, FNP-BC (College of Nursing) “Desired and Received Support: Voices of Racial/Ethnic Minority Nursing Faculty;” Phillip Thompson, PhD, PE (College of Science & Engineering) “Arsenic Removal from Drinking Water;” and Ashli Tyre, EdD, NCSP (College of Education) “The Student Perceptions of Behavior and Discipline Survey: A Tool for Engaging Student Voice in Positive and Equitable School-Based Discipline Practices”