Congratulations to Faculty Recipients of the 2017 Scholarship Grants

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Thank you to the Faculty Development Committee (Tim Pippert, Michael Burden, Jenny Kluznik, Darcey Engen, and Miles Ott) and Provost Kaivola for their hard work in determining this year’s CTL grant recipients. They reviewed an impressive collection of grant proposals and are pleased to announce the following awardees and their project titles:

– Nishesh Chalise, Social Work – Food security in Cedar Riverside: A community based participatory research approach
– Matthew Beckman, Biology – A model for manganese toxicity in Daphnia magna, the water flea
– Nancy Steblay, Psychology – Assessing Sources and Impact of Procedural Bias in Actual Police Lineups
– Lindsay Starck, English – Novel-in-Progress
– Adriane Brown, Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies – Gender and Race in Cosplay and DisneyBounding
– Nancy Rodenborg and Rebekah Dupont, Social Work and STEM – The AugSTEM Program: Informing Institutional Collaboration and Change to Prepare Juniors and Seniors for Careers in STEM
– William Green, History – The Children of Lincoln: Four Minnesotans During War and Reconstruction, 1860-1876
– Joseph Towle, Languages and Cross-Cultural Studies – Sunny Places for Shady People (II) / Getting to Know Your Neighbor: Contemporary Mexican Culture
– Laura Boisen, Bibiana Koh and Susan Conlin, Social Work – Evaluation of Intergroup Dialogue

Congratulations, faculty!

CTL Grants Recipients