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Research & Engagement Academy Welcomes 22 Faculty

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The Research and Engagement Academy inducted 22 faculty members into its second academy class for the spring of 2012.  The academy is a faculty development learning community designed to enhance faculty members’ scholarly careers by strengthening the quality and quantity of proposals submitted to external funders and increase the diversity of faculty who are awarded grant funding.   
This year’s class of the Research and Engagement Academy includes:

  • Kirk Broders, assistant professor, biological sciences, College of Life Sciences and Agriculture
  • Katie Edwards, assistant professor, psychology, College of Liberal Arts
  • Lou Ann Griswold, associate professor, occupational therapy, College of Health and Human Services
  • Nicholas Kirsch, assistant professor, electrical and computer engineering, College of Engineering and Physical Sciences
  • Jeffrey Klenotic, associate professor, communication arts, University of New Hampshire-Manchester     
  • Adrienne Kovach, research assistant professor, natural resources and the environment, College of Life Sciences and Agriculture
  • Josh Lauer, assistant professor, communication, College of Liberal Arts
  • Courtney Marshall, assistant professor, English and women’s studies,  College of Liberal Arts
  • David Mattingly, research assistant professor, physics, College of Engineering and Physical Sciences
  • Robert McGrath, associate professor, health management and policy, College of Health and Human Services
  • Melinda Negron-Gonzales, assistant professor, politics and society, UNH Manchester     
  • Rebecca Rowe, assistant professor, natural resources and the environment, College of Life Sciences and Agriculture
  • Thomas Safford, assistant professor, sociology, College of Liberal Arts
  • Richard Smith, assistant professor, natural resources and the environment,  College of Life Sciences and Agriculture
  • Erik Swartz, associate professor, kinesiology, College of Health and Human Services
  • Matthew Tarr, associate professor, wildlife, Cooperative Extension
  • Gerard Tobin, assistant professor, nursing, College of Health and Human Services
  • David Townson, associate professor, molecular, cellular and biomedical sciences, College of Life Sciences and Agriculture
  • Melissa Wells, associate professor, social work, College of Health and Human Services
  • Ruth Wharton-McDonald, associate professor, education, College of Liberal Arts
  • Fiona Wilson, assistant professor, management, Whittemore School of Business and Economics
  • Qiaoyan Yu, assistant professor, electrical and computer engineering, College of Engineering and Physical Sciences