2011 Summer Faculty Fellowship Awards
May 25, 2011
Harry J. Richards, dean of the Graduate School, has announced the recipients of the 2011 Summer Faculty Fellowships, which support faculty scholarship that can significantly contribute to professional growth and achievement. Areas of summer study follow the recipient’s name.
David Bachrach, associate professor of history, “Wealth, social status, and political power in England’s sea ports.”
Rose Came, assistant professor of Earth science, “Variability in the intensity of the Indian monsoon over the past 100,000 years.”
Summer Cook, assistant professor of kinesiology, “Neuromuscular adaptations to occlusive resistance training.”
Cathy Frierson, professor of history, “Russia’s transitional justice and rule of law.”
Marion Girard, assistant professor, history, “A study of chemical warfare in World War II, focusing on British efforts to prevent and to avoid gas warfare through legal and extralegal means.”
Margaret Greenslade, assistant professor of chemistry, “Light interaction with aerosols at high relative humidity in relation to climate change.”
Joel Harter, assistant professor of geography, “Park, people, and climate change: assessing household vulnerability in Equatorial Africa.”
Mary Fran Malone, assistant professor of political science, “How has Nicaragua escaped the Central American crime epidemic? Examining the dog that did not bark.”
Svetlana Peshkova, assistant professor of anthropology, “Public life in private space: religion and change in the Ferghana Valley.”
Joanne Samuels, assistant professor of nursing, “A pilot study to analyze the effects of pharmacological modalities and practice patterns on postoperative pain severity.”
Jing Wang, assistant professor of decision sciences, “The face-off between user privacy and information exploitation in online social networking.