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Prof. Toni Damkoehler of Art and Design, this year’s chairperson of the Research Council, shares with us the names, award amounts and project titles of fall 2012 Grants in Aid of Research recipients. Twenty-six GIAR faculty grants were awarded for a total of $16,249.99. Those numbers are larger than in past years because of additional support from the offices of the academic deans on top of the baseline funding from the Provost’s Office.

This fall’s selections:


• Kimberly Baker, Human Biology, $800, The Effects of Polychlorinated Biphenyls on Breast Cancer Cells
Dallas Blaney, Public and Environmental Affairs, $400, Travel to ISA Convention to present paper
Marcelo Cruz, Urban and Regional Studies, $800, Presenting a Seminar at the Centre for Urban and Regional Development, University of Newcastle uponTyne, UK
Toni Damkoehler, Art and Design, $800, Fly Paper
Michael Draney, Natural and Applied Sciences, $800, Panama Expedition Five of Five: Implementing a Rapid Assessment Protocol (RAP) for spiders and millipedes in tropical rainforest
Carol Emmons, Art and Design, $800, Karyotype
Heidi Fencl, Natural and Applied Sciences, $615, Evaluation of Problem Solving Website Effectiveness via Think Alouds
Jennifer Ham, Humanistic Studies, $400, Nietzsche’s “Heroic Minds”
Jenell Holstead, Human Development, $400, National Afterschool Association Conference: Utilization of Data to Improve Program Quality
Yunsun Huh, Democracy and Justice Studies, $400, Do Tied Movers Matter?: The effect of home country gender status on the labor market success of immigrants. / Being Tied Matter?: The effect of home country gender status on the educational selectivity of tied and untied female immigrants
Minkyu Lee, Art and Design, $800, Exhibition at the Mindy Solomon Gallery in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Michael McIntire, Natural and Applied Sciences, $719, Panama Expedition Five of Five: Implementing a Rapid Assessment Protocol (RAP) for spiders and millipedes in tropical rainforest
Rebecca Meacham, Humanistic Studies, $590, Novel Experiences: Learning the Menominee Language
Nicole Meyer, Humanistic Studies, $400, Interdisciplinary Research: Sharing Discoveries, Travel to Conferences
Jennifer Mokren, Art and Design, $725, Cameo Necklace
Cristina Ortiz, Humanistic Studies, $800, Of Angles and Perspectives: Representation of Terrorism in Luisa Etxenike’s The Blind Spot
Deidre Radosevich, Human Development, $400, Social Anxiety and Technology Usage: A Survey Perspective
Heidi Sherman, Humanistic Studies, $800, Hedging on Heckles in Medieval Novgorod
Alison Stehlik, Art and Design, $800, Mean Girls Exhibition, at SPACE Gallery, Pittsburgh
Michael Zorn, Natural and Applied Sciences, $800, Strontium isotopes as a tracer in Brown County groundwater
James Doering, Business Administration, $800, Circuit Court Conflict: Is United Kingdom Windfall Tax Creditable?
Young Jin Lee, Business Administration, $400, Research Paper Presentation at INFORMS Annual Meeting 2012
William Lepley, Business Administration, $400, Impact of the 2008-2009 Recession on Minority-Owned U.S. Banks
Steven Muzatko, Business Administration, $400, The Moderating Effect of Website Seals on Reputation and Design as Determinants of Website Trust
Janet Reilly, Nursing, $800, Brown County Public Health Community Improvement Process and Plan (CHIPP)-Nutrition Focus: Quality and Safety in Food Pantry Donations
Gail Trimberger, Social Work, $400, An Exploration of Professional Social Work Boundaries
 

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