Alison Darrow

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Peggy Nelson awarded NSF funding for collaborative research

Peggy Nelson (Sociology-Anthropology) and a colleague at Wellesley College have been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation for a two-year project titled Social and Biogenetic Factors of New Forms of Families. The goal of this project is to … Continue reading

Peter Nelson receives NSF funding for international collaboration

Peter Nelson (Geography) and a colleague at Point Park University have received a three-year grant from the National Science Foundation for a project titled International Rural Gentrification; research teams from the United Kingdom and France are also funded through their … Continue reading

Catherine Combelles awarded an NIH R15 research grant

Catherine Combelles (Biology) has been awarded an R15 research grant through the National Institutes of Health’s AREA (Academic Research Enhancement Award) program. This grant will support work to determine the effects of endocrine-disrupting compounds on the oocyte and the ovarian … Continue reading

Susan Burch and Tara Affolter awarded AALAC funding

Susan Burch (American Studies) and Tara Affolter (Education Studies), with colleagues from Barnard, Haverford, Macalester, Oberlin, Vassar, and Scripps, have been awarded funding from the AALAC consortium (Alliance for the Advancement of Liberal Arts Colleges), the successor to the  Mellon … Continue reading

Leticia Arroyo Abad awarded AALAC consortium funding

Leticia Arroyo Abad (Economics) and colleagues from Dennison, Wellesley, Furman, and Williams have been awarded funding from the AALAC consortium (Alliance for the Advancement of Liberal Arts Colleges), the successor to the  Mellon 23 program, for a collaborative workshop that will be … Continue reading

Will Pyle receives funding from Russia’s National Research University

Will Pyle (Economics) has received funding from Russia’s National Research University Higher School of Economics’ (HSE) International Center for the Study of Institutions and Development, which will provide support for three years. He will be participating in a research project … Continue reading

Mark Spritzer awarded NIH AREA grant

Mark Spritzer (Biology) has been awarded an R15 research grant through the National Institutes of Health’s AREA (Academic Research Enhancement Award) program. This grant will support work to investigate the effect of testosterone replacement on the spatial working memory of … Continue reading

Sujata Moorti awarded residencies at Mt. Holyoke and McGill

Sujata Moorti (Gender, Sexuality, & Feminist Studies) has been awarded residencies at two institutions in support of her 2014-15 leave and her research titled Science and Gender in New Media. During the fall she will be a Research Associate at … Continue reading

Brett Millier awarded a grant to attend NEH Summer Institute

Brett Millier (English and American Literatures) has been awarded a grant to participate in a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute titled Mortality: Facing Death in Ancient Greece, which is  sponsored by the Institute for Humanities Research at the University of … Continue reading

Timothy Billings awarded an NEH Enduring Questions grant

Timothy Billings (English & American Literatures, Comparative Literature Program) has been awarded an Enduring Questions grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to support the development of a new course on the topic of “What is lost (& … Continue reading