In November 2022, we opened applications for the Whitham Family Collaborative Scholarship Award. I was thrilled to see how many faculty answered the call to action. Thanks to everyone who viewed the Guidelines, attended Office Hours, and submitted high-quality applications. And congratulations to the three cross-disciplinary research teams who received awards! Their names are listed below, and I invite you to view the project abstracts here.
I would also like to remind you that AYAL Professional Activity, Lecturer Professional Activity, University Research, Sustainability Research, and University Teaching Grant applications are now open. Please submit your applications by midnight on April 3. All guidelines and application links can be found on this Faculty Funding page.
As always, if you have any questions or would like to discuss any topics related to Research, please do not hesitate to reach out.
Associate Vice Provost for Research
Phone: 408-551-3078, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2023 Whitham Family Collaborative Scholarship Awardees
Track 1 Research Team: Takeshi Moro (Art & Art History) and Korin Wheeler (Chemistry & Biochemistry)
Project Title: Visualizing the Unseeable
Track 1 Research Team: Kai Lukoff (Computer Science & Engineering), Amy Lueck (English), and Lee Panich (Anthropology)
Project Title: The Ohlone Augmented Reality Campus Tour
Track 2 Research Team: Iris Stewart-Frey (Environmental Studies and Sciences), Ed Maurer (Civil, Environmental, and Sustainable Engineering), Allan Báez Morales (Frugal Innovation Hub), and Qiuwen Li (Art & Art History)
Project Title: Creating an app for climate change forecasts, information, and adaptation in Central America through science, technology, and the arts