Author Archive

Neil Waters Fellowship in Japan

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Neil Waters (Professor Emeritus of History) has been awarded a fellowship from the Associated Kyoto Program to teach and conduct research in Japan during Fall 2012. He will teach a course titled The History of… Read More

Matt Kimble Earns NIH AREA Award

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Matt Kimble (Psychology)  has been awarded a grant from the National Institute of Mental Health through NIH’s R15 AREA program. The grant provides three years of funding to support a project titled ERP… Read More

Michael Katz: Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Emeritus Fellowship

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Middlebury College has received a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support an emeritus fellowship for Michael Katz, professor emeritus of Russian and East European studies. The grant will allow Professor… Read More

Andrea Lloyd’s Research Receives NSF Funding

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Andrea Lloyd (Biology) and colleagues involved in the Bonanza Creek Long Term Ecological Research site in Alaska have received funding from the National Science Foundation for a project titled Regional Consequences of Changing… Read More

Tom Moran: Fulbright Scholar Grant

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Tom Moran (Chinese) has been awarded a Research grant from the Fulbright Scholar Program to spend four months in China during Spring 2012. He will be based at Capital Normal University in Beijing,… Read More

Anne Knowles (Geography) Receives Two Grants

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Anne Knowles (Geography) has received a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend to support her work on a book titled Holocaust Geographies. This book is the culmination of an international, multi-disciplinary collaboration… Read More

Leticia Arroyo Abad: Summer Fellowship

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Leticia Arroyo Abad (Economics & IPE) was awarded the Department of Education Summer Library Research Fellowship in Latin American Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. This grant will allow her to continue her… Read More

James Fitzsimmons – Summer Fellowship

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James Fitzsimmons (Sociology-Anthropology) has been awarded a summer fellowship at the Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collections in Washington, DC for work leading to completion of his second book manuscript, The Archaeology of… Read More

Jon Isham – Faculty Development Funding

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Jon Isham (Economics) has been selected to participate this summer in a faculty seminar at Transylvania University in Kentucky, funded by the University’s Bingham Program for Excellence in Teaching. The seminar, titled Twenty-first… Read More

John Maluccio – NSF Funding

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John Maluccio (Economics) and colleagues from the University of Colorado and the Paris School of Economics have been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation for a research project titled Effects of… Read More

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