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Travel Enrichment Funds

In the spring of 2004, Mr. Philip Donovan initiated The Donovan Travel Enrichment Fund for student and faculty travel. The fund helps support faculty and students who are traveling to research centers, and to conferences.

With additional financial support from numerous sponsors, this award has been renamed the College of Arts & Sciences Travel Enrichment Fund. Each year's recipients will be brought together at an annual luncheon with the sponsors to report on what they learned during their travels.

Spring 2013

  • William Alexander, Chemistry - Conference, New Orleans, LA

  • Darryl Domingo, English - Conference, Oxford, England

  • Denis Grele, Foreign Languages & Literatures - Research, Hampton, VA

  • William Thompson, Foreign Langues & Literatures - Research, Old Mines, MO

  • Karen Connolly, Graduate MA, Anthropology - Conference, Denver, CO

  • Katianne Howard, Graduate PhD, Psychology - Conference, Seattle, WA

  • Lindsay Plunk, Graduate MS, Earth Sciences - Conference, Honolulu, HI

  • Karin Scott, Gradute MA, Public & Nonprofit Administration - Conference, Los Angeles, CA

  • Christian Vlautin, Graduate PhD, Biological Sciences - Conference, San Francisco, CA

  • Elizabeth Warkentin, Gradute PhD, History - Rsearch, Luxor, Egypt

Summer 2013

  • Pleshette DeArmitt, Philosophy - Conference, London, England

  • Michael Duke, Anthropology - Research, Springdale, AR

  • Cosetta Gaudenzi, Foreign Languages & Literatures - Conference & Research, France & Italy

  • Firouzeh Sabri, Physics - Conference, Nashville, TN

  • Megan Benson, Junior - Conference, Tucson, AZ

  • Jiba Dahal, Graduate MS, Physics - Conference, Boston, MA

  • Caroline Havrilla, Senior, Biological Sciences - Conference, New Orleans, LA

  • Robert Jordan, Graduate PhD, English - Research, Pilsen, Czech, Republic

  • Brittany Lott, Graduate PhD, Chemistry - Conference, Albany, NY

  • Desiree Ramacus-Bushnell, Graduate PhD, Philosophy - Conference, Oxford, England

  • Andrew Shilling, Graduate PhD, History - Research, Luxor, Egypt

Fall 2013

  • Luvell Anderson, Philosophy - Conference, San Diego, CA

  • Elena Delavega, Social Work - Conference, Montreal, Canada

  • Ronald Fuentes, English - Conference & Research, Spain

  • Yuki Matsuda, Foreign Languages & Literatures - Research, Tokyo, Japan

  • Xuan Zhao, Chemistry - Conference, Indianapolis, IN

  • Elizabeth Baddour, Graduate PhD, English - Conference, Jacksonville, FL

  • Harkeerat Bedi, Graduate PhD, Computer Science - Conference, Atlanta, GA

  • Anna Gattuso, Graduate MA, Anthropology - Research, Yarvicoya, Bolivia

  • Xiangyu Lin, Graduate PhD, Computer Science - Conference, Lyon, France

  • Justin Paul, Graduate MS, Earth Sciences - Conference, Denver, CO

  • Amanda Rach, Graduate PhD, Psychology - Conference, San Diego, CA

  • Tong Shu, Graduate PhD, Computer Science - Conference, Sydney, Australia
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Robert Kozma
Advances in Neuromorphic Memristor Science and Applications, Mathematical Sciences
This book takes readers from a general introduction, fundamental mathematical and physical concepts involved, through specialized analysis of computational modeling, hardware, and applications. The latter include the ground-breaking potential of memristors in facilitating hybrid wetware-hardware technologies for in-vitro experiments. The book evidences the socially transformative potential of memristors, which is expected as pervasive as the invention of the silicon chip decades ago.

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