Past Summer Faculty Fellows

2021 Summer Faculty Fellowship Awardees

John Armstrong, Ph.D. (College of Arts & Sciences) City Adoption of Ambitious Climate Change Policies and the Role of Modest Actions as Steppingstones”  

Charisse Cowan Pitre, Ph.D. (College of Education) “Collectivized Teacher-Led Spaces to Empower and Support Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Educators 

Rob Efird, Ph.D. (College of Arts & Sciences) “Appreciation or Appropriation?: Indigenous Knowledge as a Resource for Environmental Education 

Christie Eppler, Ph.D., LMFT (School of Theology & Ministry) “Meaningful Experiences of Relational Teletherapists during the Coronavirus 

Carlyn Ferrari, Ph.D. (College of Arts & Sciences) “Black Environmental Imaginations 

Jen Fricas, Ph.D. (College of Nursing) "Pandemic, Protests, & Perseverance: Learning from the Experiences of BIPOC Nursing Students Through Participatory Photography."

Stephen Luckey, Ph.D. (College of Science & Engineering) “Impact of exercise on mitochondrial function in young and aged mice”  

Aditya Mishra, Ph.D. (College of Science & Engineering) “Does renewable and energy storage integration green the electric grid?”  

Alic Shook, Ph.D., RN (College of Nursing) “Stigma Power and Sickle Cell Disease” 

Erin Vernon, Ph.D. (The Albers School of Business & Economics) “Telehealth for Hospice Care: Implications for Racial/Ethnic and Rural Health Disparities 

 

 2020 Summer Faculty Fellowship Awardees

 

Kathryn Bollich-Ziegler, Ph.D. (College of Arts & Sciences) “Self-Knowledge and Other Knowledge of Moral Behaviors 

Brooke Coleman, J.D. (School of Law) “A Critical Guide to Civil Procedure 

Amelia Derr, MSW, Ph.D. (College of Arts & Sciences) “Welcoming Cities: A Collaborative & Participatory Response to Current Migration Trends”  

Rosa Joshi, MFA (College of Arts & Sciences) “New Identities in Classical Theatre: An All-Female and Non-Binary Production of Shakespeare’s Richard II 

Douglas Latch, Ph.D. (College of Science & Engineering) “Predicting Fates of Aquatic Pollutants: Development of Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships for Sunlight-Induced Degradation Reactions”  

Alfred Perez, Ph.D. (College of Arts & Sciences) A Comparative Analysis of Recipients and Eligible Non-Recipients of Independent Living Services 

Ro Kumhee, DNP, MN, RN, FNP-BC  (College of Nursing) “Desired and Received Support: Voices of Racial/Ethnic Minority Nursing Faculty 

Kristen Thompson, Ph.D. (College of Arts & Sciences) “Animated America: Animation and Advertising from Times Square to Walt Disney 

Phillip Thompson, Ph.D., P.E. (College of Science & Engineering) “Arsenic Removal from Drinking Water 

Ashli Tyre, Ed.D., 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” 

2019 Summer Faculty Fellowship Awardees

 

Eric Bahaud, Ph.D. (Science & Engineering) “Perturbative Methods in Differential Geometry” 

Steven Bender, J.D. (School of Law) “Social Impact Advocacy: Transforming Legal Education Toward Meaningful Social Change” 

Molly Clark-Hillard, Ph.D. (Arts& Sciences) “Literary Subjects: Re-Reading the Victorians”  

Serena Cosgrove, Ph.D. (Arts & Sciences) “Surviving the Americas: Resilience and Garifuna Culture in Nicaragua” 

Kristen Hultgren Ph.D. (Science & Engineering) “The Evolution of Specialized Host Associations in a Megadiverse Group of Tropical Snapping Shrimps (Family Alpheidae)” 

Matthew Isaac, Ph.D. (Albers School of Business) “Is Top 10 Better than Top 10%? How Different Rank Claim Formats Influence Preference”  

Brett Kaiser, Ph.D. (Science & Engineering) “Development of Computationally Designed Protein Scaffolds” 

 Lin Li, Ph.D.  (Science & Engineering) “Automated Detection of Retinal Lesions for Classification of Diabetic Retinopathy” 

Yitan Li, Ph.D. (Arts & Sciences) “Unification through Changing Discourse or by Force? Cross-strait Relations after China’s 19th Party Congress” 

Rick Malleus, Ph.D. (Arts & Sciences) “Communicating Xenophobia: Perceptions of China and the Chinese in Zimbabwean Culture” 

Patrick Murphy, Ph.D. (Nursing) “Chaperone-Mediated Baculoviral Expression of Eukaryotic Transcription Factors: Developing a Novel Biological Technique with Commercial Applications”  

 Jonathan Pierce, Ph.D.  (Arts & Sciences) “Emotion, Public Policy, and Environmental Sustainability”  

Claus Portner, Ph.D. (Albers School of Business) “Urban Fertility Transitions Across Regions”  

2018 Summer Faculty Fellowship Awardees

 

Eric Bahaud, Ph.D. (Science & Engineering) “Perturbative Methods in Differential Geometry” 

Steven Bender, J.D. (School of Law) “Social Impact Advocacy: Transforming Legal Education Toward Meaningful Social Change” 

Molly Clark-Hillard, Ph.D. (Arts& Sciences) “Literary Subjects: Re-Reading the Victorians”  

Serena Cosgrove, Ph.D. (Arts & Sciences) “Surviving the Americas: Resilience and Garifuna Culture in Nicaragua” 

Kristen Hultgren Ph.D. (Science & Engineering) “The Evolution of Specialized Host Associations in a Megadiverse Group of Tropical Snapping Shrimps (Family Alpheidae)” 

Matthew Isaac, Ph.D. (Albers School of Business) “Is Top 10 Better than Top 10%? How Different Rank Claim Formats Influence Preference”  

Brett Kaiser, Ph.D. (Science & Engineering) “Development of Computationally Designed Protein Scaffolds” 

 Lin Li, Ph.D.  (Science & Engineering) “Automated Detection of Retinal Lesions for Classification of Diabetic Retinopathy” 

Yitan Li, Ph.D. (Arts & Sciences) “Unification through Changing Discourse or by Force? Cross-strait Relations after China’s 19th Party Congress” 

Rick Malleus, Ph.D. (Arts & Sciences) “Communicating Xenophobia: Perceptions of China and the Chinese in Zimbabwean Culture” 

Patrick Murphy, Ph.D. (Nursing) “Chaperone-Mediated Baculoviral Expression of Eukaryotic Transcription Factors: Developing a Novel Biological Technique with Commercial Applications”  

 Jonathan Pierce, Ph.D.  (Arts & Sciences) “Emotion, Public Policy, and Environmental Sustainability”  

Claus Portner, Ph.D. (Albers School of Business) “Urban Fertility Transitions Across Regions”