Office of Research and Sponsored Programs

 

Internal Grant Awardees

Faculty Development Grant Awardees, Academic Year 2017-2018

College of Arts and Sciences

Giovani Burgos, Department of Sociology, Investigating Latino Health Disparities: The Role of Residential Segregation.

Carson Fox, Department of Art and Art History, American Dreams, solo exhibition at Linda Warren Projects, April-May 2018.

Lawrence Hobbie, Department of Biology, Characterizing a possible new component of the signaling pathway for the plant hormone cytokinin.

Ivan Dempsey Hyatt, Department of Chemistry, Synthesis of CHT Fluorophores.

Kathryn Krasinski, Department of Anthropology, Interdisciplinary Investigations of Woolly Mammoth Extinction.

Cornelis J. Leune, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Cybersecurity of Smart Homes based on the Internet-of-Things.

John McDermott, Department of Theatre, Production of Liz at The Flea Theatre.

Daniel Silverio, Department of Chemistry, Cyanoalklcopper Complexes for Use In Organic Synthesis and a Cross-Coupling Approach for the Synthesis of Malondialdehydes.

Brian Stockman and Eugenia Villa-Cuesta, Department of Chemistry and Biology, Toxicity Analysis of Treatments for Trichomoniasis Using Drosophila Melanogaster.


The Gordon F. Derner School of Psychology

Laura Brumariu, Role-confusion: Intergenerational Transmission and impact on preadolescents.


Robert B. Willumstad School of Business and Derner School of Psychology

Zachary Johnson and M. Joy McClure, School of Business and Derner School of Psychology, Attachment and Brand Engagement: Warmth and Competence Speak to Different Insecurities.


Robert B. Willumstad School of Business 

Fan Liu, Marketing, Is my trash your treasure?

Jason (Hyunjun) Na, Customer Concentration and the Cost of Public Debt.  


Ruth S. Ammon School of Education 

Steven R. Cox, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, The Effect of Noise on the Speech Intelligibility of Electrolaryngeal Speakers.

Ryan Lee James, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Executive Function in Low-Income African American First Graders.

Ashwini Namasivayam-MacDonald, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Swallow Function and Perception of Swallowing Difficulties in Patients after Strokes, Brain Injuries and with Parkinson’s Disease.

Melissa Randazzo, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Neural Correlates of Changes to Audiovisual Integration Following Aural Rehabilitation.

Meredith Whitley, Department of Exercise Science, Health Studies, Physical Education and Sport Management, Understanding the longitudinal Impact of the Homeless World Cup on the lives of its participants.


School of Social Work 

Chrisann Newransky, Using social network analysis to Identify opportunities to build socio-economic capacity in resource-constrained environments: The case of widows in South India.

Geoffrey L. Ream, What’s unique about sexual- and Gender-minority youth suicides?  Findings from the National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS).


University Libraries

Brian J. McDonald, The Franklin Library Signed 60 and the Evolution of Subscription Publishing.

 

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