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Spring 2018 Faculty Development Awards and University Small Research Grants Awarded

Congratulations to the following awardees.

Faculty Development Awards
  • Gary Brase, psychological sciences, Human Behavior and Evolution Society annual meeting, Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 4-7, 2018, $3,113. 

  • Alyssa Morris, School of Music, Theatre, and Dance, “Collision Etudes” performance at 2018 International Double Reed Convention, Granada, Spain, August 25-September 2, 2018, $3,200.

  • Nora Bello, statistics, XXIX International Biometric Conference, “Hierarchical Bayesian Structural Equation Modeling of Heterogeneous Relationships between Performance Outcomes in Animal Production Systems,” Barcelona, Spain, July 8-13, 2018, $4,100. 

  • Wendy Matlock, English, 21st Bicentennial Congress of the New Chaucer Society, Toronto, Canada, July 10-15, 2018, $1,464. 

  • Jennifer Vellenga, School of Music, Theatre, and Dance, Arctic Congress 2018, Women of the UArctic Summit: Reflecting Gender Perspectives in the Arctic through Art, Directing Whale Song by Chantal Bilodeau, Helsinki, Finland, September 3-7, 2018, $2,740. 

  • Maria Teresa DePaoli, modern languages, 11th Screenwriting Research Network International Conference, Milan, Italy, September 13-15, 2018, $2,750. 

  • Jida Wang, geography, European Space Agency "25 Years of Progress in Radar Altimetry" Symposium, Azores Archipelago, Portugal, September 24-29, 2018, $3,317.

  • Melinda Cro, modern languages, Congrés NASSCFL 2018, Universita del Salentro, Lecee, Italy, June 27-30, 2018, $2,130.

  • Edward Nowlin, Marketing, AMS World Marketing Congress, “How Workplace Isolation Impacts Salesperson Performance,” Porto, Portugal, June 27-29, 2018, $1,845.

  • Michael Kanost, biochemistry and molecular biophysics, 10th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, "Biochemistry of Blue Blood: hemolymph plasma proteins in innate immune responses of Manduca sexta," Kolympari, Crete, Greece, August 19-25, 2018, $2,000. 

  • Jin Lee, psychological sciences, 13th European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology Conference, “Socio-Economic Factors of Safety Climate” and “Numbing Effect of Hazardous Works among Temporary Workers,” Lisbon, Portugal, September 5-7, 2018, $3,300.

  • DeAnn Presley, agronomy, 21st International Soil Tillage Research Organization International Conference, “Removing crop residue in continuous no-tillage systems: Soil and productivity effects are site-specific,” Paris, France, September 24-27, 2018, $2,959.

University Small Research Grants
  • James Johnson, School of Music, Theatre, and Dance, "New Music for Chamber Ensembles: Commissioning works for trumpet, horn and piano,” $6,465.

  • Shannon Skelton, School of Music, Theatre, and Dance, “Chicago Workers Theatre/ Chicago Repertory Group, 1933-1947,” $1,631.

  • Erin Wiersma, art, “Prairie Performance Drawings,” $4,410.

  • Sara Luly, modern languages, “Grauel des Krieges: Gothic Depictions of Wartime Suffering in German Literature 1813-1830,” $3,908.

  • Geraldine Craig, art, “The Earl Project,” $3,660.

  • Craig Parker, School of Music, Theatre, and Dance, research at the UCLA Department of Special Collections, "Igor Stravinsky at the Ojai Music Festival,” $3,515. 

  • Heather Woods, communication studies, “Smart Homes as Living Laboratories,” $3,393.

  • Emily Mailey, kinesiology, “Enhancing Exercise Communication: Do our messages matter?” $4,000.

  • Gregory Paul, communication studies, “Communicating Restorative Justice in the United States,” $4,988.

Faculty Development Awards reviewers were Ruth Gurgel, music; Briana Nelson-Goff, family studies & human services; Mary Kohn, English; Saeed Kahn, engineering technology; Sara Gragg, animal sciences & industry; Punit Prakash, electrical and computer engineering; Joel Anderson, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs; Paige Adams, K-State Olathe.

University Small Research Grants reviewers were Katie Heinrich, kinesiology; Wendy Matlock, English; Sherri Martinie, curriculum and instruction; Martin Talavera, food, nutrition, dietetics, and health; Mary Lou Marino, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs; Necia Chronister, modern languages; Sam Bell, political science; and Melinda Cro, modern languages. 

The next deadline for applications is October 1, 2018. Find out more about the program and submission procedures.