ARTS AND HUMANITIES
Peter J. Brand, Ph.D. (HIST), $6,000, “Imperial Egypt: A History of the New Kingdom"
Sarah Brown, M.F.A. (THEA), $4,500, “Playwriting"
Pleshette DeArmitt, Ph.D. (PHIL), $6,000, “Sarah Kofman's Life-writing"
Amy Eichhorn-Mulligan, D.Phil. (ENGL), $5,500, “Navigating Peripheralization at the
Edges of the World: Irish and Icelandic Literary Topographies"
Gene A. Plunka, Ph.D. (ENGL), $4,500, “Holocaust Drama: The Theater of Atrocity"
Sarah Potter, Ph.D. (HIST), $5,500, 'Family Matters' Book Project"
Todd M. Richardson, Ph.D. (ARTH), $3,000, “Pieter Bruegel the Elder: Art Discourse
in the Sixteenth-Century Netherlands"
SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS
Tomoko Fujiwara, Ph.D. (CHEM), $6,500, “Development of Temperature-responsive Hydrogels
for DNA Delivery"
Takuya Nakazato, Ph.D. (BIOL), $6,500, “Gene Discovery for Drought Tolerance in Wild
Tomatoes Using Ecotilling"
Abby L. Parrill, Ph.D. (CHEM), $6,500, “A Water-Soluble G Protein Coupled Receptor
Gang Qi, Ph.D. (MECH), $5,200, “Influence of Random Damage to Materials Addressed
by an Innovative Concept of Acoustic Information Entropy"
Lam H. Yu, Ph.D. (PHYS), $6,500, “Large-Scale Solution-Phase Production of Graphene"
SOCIAL SCIENCES, BUSINESS AND LAW
Katrina Meyer, Ph.D. (LEAD), $5,000, "The Relationship of Faculty Use of Online Learning
and Productivity from the Point of View of Experienced Online Instructors"
Christian Mueller, Ph.D. (CEPR), $5,500, “The Influence of Possible Selves on Academic
Achievement and Motivation in Inner-City Middle School Students"
Nicole R. Robinson, Ph.D. (MUSE), $4,600, “Conjoint Analysis: Attributes that may
contribute Music Teacher Mobility in Urban School Districts"
Helen J. K. Sable, Ph.D. (PSYC), $6,500, “The Effects of Developmental Exposure to
PCBs on Cocaine Self-Administration"
Junmin Wang, Ph.D. (SOCI), $6,500, “When Foreign Shareholders Act as One Type of Principal:
Ownership Mix and Corporate Governance in China's Publicly-Traded Firms"