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Grants, Awards, and Publications

 

Rose Marie Beebe (Modern Languages and Literatures) received the President’s Special Recognition Award.
 
Jerry Burger (Psychology) received the Dr. David E. Logothetti Teaching Award at the College of Arts and Sciences Convocation.
 
Elsa Chen (Political Sciene) received the President’s Special Recognition Award.
 
Ruth Cook (Education) has received $195,994 from the U.S. Department of Education to support “Preparing Special Educators to be Leaders in the Implementation of Effective Techniques for Supporting Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders.”
 
Kari Craighead (Modern Languages and Literatures) received the Nancy Keil Service Excellence Award at the College of Arts and Sciences Convocation.
 
Jane Curry (Political Science) received the President’s Special Recognition Award.
 
Andre Delbecq (Management) received the University Award for Sustained Excellence in Scholarship.
 
Andre Delbecq (Management) received the President’s Special Recognition Award.
 
Kelly Detweiler (Art and Art History) received the Professor Joseph Bayma, S.J., Scholarship Award at the College of Arts and Sciences Convocation.
 
Laura Ellingson (Communication) won a $4,432 Hackworth Research Grant from the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics for a project called "Voices of Survivorship: Using Photovoice to Explore the Experiences of Long-Term Survivors of Cancer."
 
Amelia Fuller (Chemistry) has received additional funding from Research Corporation that provides $17,500 to support "Efficient Identification of Protein Mimics."
 
Jonathan Fung (Communication) received a Faculty-Student Research Assistance Program Grant.
 
Sara Garcia (Education) has been selected for a Fulbright Specialist grant in Education at Cundinamarca Higher School University, Colombia.
 
Jim Grainger (Biology) received the Dr. John B. Drahmann Advising Award at the College of Arts and Sciences Convocation.
 
Leslie Gray (Environmental Studies) received the Bernard Hubbard, S.J., Creative Collaboration Award at the College of Arts and Sciences Convocation.
 
Tim Hight (Mechanical Engineering) has received $15,000 subcontract funding from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory/Dept. of Energy to support "Reduction of Energy Use in Electric Clothes Dryers."
 
Thane Kreiner (Center for Science, Technology, and Society) has received $340,000 from the Skoll Foundation to support "Skoll Foundation - GSBI Partnership."   This is the first year funding of a three-year grant.
 
Hohyun Lee (Mechanical Engineering) has received $14,995 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to support "Enhanced Solar Thermal Energy Harvest for Power Generation from Brayton Cycle."
 
Hohyun Lee (Mechanical Engineering) has received $20,000 subcontract funding from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory/Dept. of Energy to support "Max Tech and Beyond: Ultra - Low Energy Use Appliance Design Competition."
 
Dan Lewis (Computer Engineering) has received $851,779 from the National Science Foundation to support “New GK-12: A Symbiotic Exploration of Computer Science in High School Classrooms.”
 
Fabio Lopez-Lazaro (History) received the University Award for Recent Achievement in Scholarship
 
Virginia Matzek (Environmental Studies) has received $21,035.20 from The Nature Conservancy to support "Do Sustainability Certifications and Green Labels Deliver Conservation Benefits?"
 
Leilani Miller (Biology) received the President’s Special Recognition Award.
 
Susan Parker (Accounting) received the President’s Special Recognition Award.
 
Chuck Powers (Sociology) received the Louis and Dorina Brutocao Award for Teaching Excellence.
 
Rebecca Schapp (de Saisset Museum) has received $10,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts to support "California History Community Education and Family Day Workshops."
 
Brett Solomon (Liberal Studies) has received an additional $24,808 UCLA subcontract from the National Institute of Health. Funding will support "Psychosocial Benefits of Ethnic Diversity in Urban Middle School."
 
Craig Stephens (Biology) received the Louis and Dorina Brutocao Award for Curriculum Innovation.
 
Beth Van Schaack (Law) received the President’s Special Recognition Award.
 
Mike Whalen (Communication) received a $3000 Bannan Visitors Grant from the Ignatian Center to bring three documentary filmmakers to campus this fall.  Mike also won a Technology Innovation Grant for $17,500 that helped the department upgrade to high-definition, tapeless cameras.
 
Gordon Young (Communication) won a $3,000 Hackworth Research Grant from the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics for his forthcoming book, Teardown: Memoir of a Shrinking City.
 
These announcements are from September. October announcements will be published in the next issue on Nov. 15. If you have any announcements you would like to submit, e-mail scufyi@scu.edu by Nov. 8.

 

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