|Senate Scholarly Activities Committee announces travel awards|
The Senate Scholarly Activities Committee received 49 requests for funds to travel to domestic or Canadian destinations (a total of $47,123.11 requested); and eight requests for funds to travel to Alaska, Hawaii, or foreign destinations (a total of $18,840 requested), in response to the September call for proposals. The following awards were made at the committee meeting Sept. 29:
Foreign, Alaska, Hawaii travel:
Mark Hoffmann (chemistry), $1,584.03; Ronald Marsh (computer science), $1,075.02; Jeremiah Neubert (mechanical engineering), $750.25; Matthew
Picklo (pharmacology, physiology and therapeutics), $656.47; Michelle Sauer (English), $591.06; Nabil Suleiman (civil engineering), $1,183.54; Xiaodong Zhang (Center for People and Environment), $998.19.
Domestic and Canada travel:
Fathollah Bagheri (economics), $353.85; Carenlee Barkdull (social work), $377.49; Nancy Beneda (finance), $648.59; Olaf Berwald (Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures), $485.46; Daniel Biederman (economics), $319.96; Elizabeth Bjerke (aviation), $122.55; Dane Crossley (biology), $346.75; Peri da Silva Jr. (economics), $385.37; Bruce DiCristina (criminal justice), $325.48; Van Doze (pharmacology, physiology and therapeutics), $385.37; Saleh Faruque (electrical engineering), $371.97; Angela Floden (pharmacology, physiology and therapeutics), $385.37; James Foster (biochemistry and molecular biology), $357.79; Lucy Ganje (art and design), $133.97; Cullen Goenner (economics), $319.96; Gregory Gordon (law), $319.96; Thomasine Heitkamp (social work), $377.49; James Higgins (aviation), $122.54; Mark Jendrysik (political science and public administration), $406.65; Arthur Jones (art and design), $424.77; Joel Jonientz (art and design), $133.97; Brenda Kallio (educational leadership), $345.57; Jared Keengwee (teaching and learning), $343.60; Adam Kitzes (English), $304.20; Andrew Knight (music), $325.48; Scott Korom (geology and geological engineering), $356.37; Assion Lawson-Body (information systems and business education), $424.95; Melinda Leach (anthropology), $345.97; Jun Liu (computer science), $400.34; Michael Loewy (counseling psychology and community service), $412.95; Iraj Mamaghani (civil engineering), $385.37; Steven Moser (management), $319.96; Sarah Mosher (Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures), $353.85; Seong-Hyun Nam (management), $357.79; Kimberly Porter (history), $200.17; Prakash Ranganathan (electrical engineering), $303.41; Mary Jo Schill (communication sciences and disorders), $353.83; Sandra Short (physical education, exercise science and wellness), $169.44; Pradosh Simlai (economics), $353.85; Rebecca Simmons (biology), $423.99; Jeffrey Sun (educational leadership), $345.57; Marcus Weaver-Hightower (educational foundations and research), $406.65; Rebecca Weaver-Hightower (English), $445.65; Deborah Worley (educational leadership), $402.71; Crystal Yang (art and design), $416.10.
-- Patrick A. Carr, Ph.D., Chair, Senate Scholarly Activities Committee, Anatomy and Cell Biology, email@example.com, 701/777-2576