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New York State Archives Accepting Entries for the 32nd Annual Student Research Awards

Submissions Accepted Through July 1, 2022

The New York State Archives and Archives Partnership Trust are now accepting entries for the 2022 New York State Student Research Awards program, State Education Commissioner Betty A. Rosa announced today. In its 32 nd year, the Student Research Awards program is a statewide historical research competition for students in grades four through twelve. This annual program provides an award to students whose projects are selected as winners in the elementary, middle school, and high school divisions.

The Student Research Awards program encourages students to explore the wealth of historical records held in repositories in New York State. The program also increases cooperation among schools and organizations with historical records useful for education.

“Our nation’s most prestigious historians were compelled to pursue research to learn from the past and address social problems,” said Board of Regents Chancellor Lester W. Young, Jr. “By providing opportunities for this type of engagement at a young age, we are empowering young people across the state to look for solutions and drive change in our communities and beyond.”

“Students who have the opportunity to grow and excel outside the classroom are more engaged in the classroom,” said Commissioner Rosa. “Through this competition, young New Yorkers will immerse themselves in our state’s history, get excited about learning, and create projects that inspire their peers and fellow citizens.”

All projects must be based on original historical research that uses historical records, contains an annotated bibliography, and be nominated by a mentor. Mentors can be educators, parents, or another adult community member. Projects can be submitted on any topic and in any format, including video, research paper, or exhibits. The deadline for submissions is July 1, 2022.

These awards are funded by generous contributions from the Chodos Family Fund and other donors to the Archives Partnership Trust, a 501(c)3 organization. The Trust builds education, preservation, and outreach programs not funded by the state, making accessible over 350 years of New York’s colonial and state government records housed in the State Archives. The State Archives is a program of the New York State Education Department.

Please visit the New York State Archives website for detailed guidelines, application materials on the Student Research Awards, or to learn more about the 2021 winners and their projects.

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The New York State Archives announces its thirty-fourth annual Student Research Awards competition to promote and recognize excellence in student research. The main purpose of the awards program is to encourage students to explore the wealth of historical records held in historical records repositories in New York State. The program also serves to increase cooperation between schools and organizations that administer historical records useful for education.

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1st place: crystal pang jericho middle school, 2nd place: armaan dewal and dylan rateshwar, 3rd place: chloe hu and ara woo.

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Graduate Student Research Award 2022

The Society of Systematic Biologists (SSB) Graduate Student Research Awards assist graduate students conducting research in systematics.

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These grants are for collection of preliminary data or to enhance dissertation research (e.g., by visiting additional field collection sites or museums). Applicants may be from any country, but must be members of SSB, and are advised to join the Society as soon as possible to enable their applications. Previous awardees may not re-apply, but previous applicants who were not selected for funding are encouraged to re-apply. Awards will range between $1000 - $3000 and can be used up to the end of the awardee's graduate studies. The rubric with which submissions will be evaluated is posted here .

We are collecting voluntary demographic data to keep a track record of who is applying for and receiving SSB awards. We are doing this so that the society can make data driven decisions on how to improve DEI as a whole. The collected data will not be used in evaluation of applications and will be anonymized for our long term DEI records.

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2022 Call for Student Research Awards

Call for nominations for University Achievement awards for two student research awards – to be presented at the University Achievement Awards & Celebration of Instruction, Research, Creative Activity and Service in mid-April (TBD).

Deadline for Submissions : Upload documents to the College of Education's InfoReady site   by February 14th, 2022 .

STUDENT AWARDS:

  Outstanding Research, Scholarly and Creative Activity Student - Undergraduate Division

  Outstanding Research, Scholarly and Creative Activity Student - Graduate Division

Student application packets should include:

•  Nomination letter (Faculty):  Not to exceed two pages in length. The nature of the student’s research, scholarly or creative activity should be described indicating the unique nature of their accomplishment.

*** Nomination letter must be submitted on official CSULB letterhead and signed by the faculty member ***

•  Letter of application (Student):  not to exceed two pages in length. The impact of the research, scholarly or creative accomplishment should be described, as well as the significance of the accomplishment within their educational experience.

•  Exemplar:  One sample of the accomplishment (i.e. submitted/published paper or poster, picture of artifact, video of recital or performance) accompanied by a description (not to exceed 250 words) suitable for a general audience identifying the student’s role in the project, and its significance within their discipline.

•  Student CV

•  Unofficial transcript

For further information and question please contact  Mae DeBruin  at the Office of Research and Economic Development.

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The Research Achievement Awards  recognize University of Virginia faculty every year for their excellence in research and scholarship.  We  believe we are what we celebrate, so every year we recognize the accomplishments of our faculty. We also run a news story to highlight the 100 top  research ers as the best and brightest of the year based on sponsored funding, publications, and  awards .  The awardees from the below categories will be invited to dinner with the President, Provost, and Vice President for Research at the Boar’s Head along with the top 100 researchers for 2023.

Eligibility : 

  • All current University of Virginia faculty are eligible for nomination by their colleagues under one of the nomination categories.
  • Emeritus faculty are not eligible for the awards. 
  • The awards honor the accomplishments of faculty over the course of their career, not just their research over the past 12 months. 
  • Please note that 2022 winners are not eligible for 2023 awards.

Faculty Research Awards:  provide $3,000* internal funds for professional development or to enable research for selected winners.

Submission Due: Email to Sara Chiles   by 5:00 pm, D ecember 4, 2023

Award Ceremony: Thursday,  February 1, 2024

Award Categories and Criteria:

This award recognizes faculty members who have generated sufficient volume of scholarship of high quality and are emerging in their fields as leaders and acknowledged as such by their peers. A candidate must not be more than 10 years beyond receipt of the Ph.D. or M.D. degree, by December 31 st  of the year in which they are nominated. 

Number of Awards:   Up to three awards $3,000 each to support research related activities.

This award recognizes a faculty member for their excellence in research through significant discoveries and scholarship. It is intended for scholars who are making an impact in their field and on society, and are acknowledged as a leader in their field.

This award recognizes a team of faculty researchers (3 or more individual scholars) who have collectively made unique and significant contributions through their research collaboration. The award also recognizes innovative approaches to the process of research collaborations by a team of researchers.

Number of Awards:   One $5,000 award to support their collective research related activities.

This award recognizes a faculty member for their outstanding contributions to arts and humanities. It is intended for faculty who are creating new knowledge and creative works in their discipline that are acknowledged by their peers as meeting the highest standards in their fields. Often the work and its impact on society will have the potential of becoming a gold standard in the field.

Number of Awards:   Up to three awards $3,000 each to support activities in their field.

Nominated by faculty mentee(s), this award recognizes faculty members for their dedicated and extraordinary efforts to help others succeed in their research careers. This award is intended to recognize mentoring of faculty members, not students or others. 

Number of Awards:   One $3,000 award to support their research related activities.

This award recognizes contributions by faculty from all academic disciplines who help to improve lives and serve society through their work. The award includes individuals who demonstrate public impact either through public outreach or dissemination of their work, or through direct public partnership and engagement with a particular community. The former includes proactively sharing research or viewpoints on research and policy issues with the public via traditional or new media channels, while the latter means working with a particular community on a community research project designed for positive impact. Methods and approaches should be demonstrated within the planning phase of the research. This award acknowledges that both efforts serve the larger mission of creating and disseminating knowledge across all disciplines for the benefit of the community, the region and the world.  For Additional information on Public Impact Research see this  report from the APLU.

Notable characteristics of Public Impact Focused Research include the following:

  • Broad participation and engagement, which includes external stakeholders, experts, university  researchers, students, and diverse members of the community—potentially including global  partners. 
  • Creation or synthesis of new knowledge or understanding, with benefit to the public the central  purpose of any public impact project —and often responding to the needs of a particular community.
  • Involvement of researchers from multiple disciplines. 
  • Outcomes of such research may be transitioned to commercial or non-profit organizations or to  communities for actual deployment in the “real world.”

Number of Awards:   One to three awards of $3,000 each to support their research related activities.

The Bhakta Rath Research Award, established in 2022 by a gift from Dr. Bhakta B. Rath and his wife, Sushama Rath, offers an opportunity to promote and reward excellence in Public Impact Research (PIR).

Recipients of this award will be a graduate student or postdoc and their collaborating UVA faculty member. The award recognizes those who conduct exceptional research in anticipation of the future needs of the nation while supporting potential advances in PIR, and will continue to apply this knowledge upon establishing a career within the U.S. or its territories. Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.

Research accomplishments for this award will be judged on the following criteria:

  • Does the work have a Public Impact?
  • Does the work have a major scientific or technological impact?
  • Has it created new knowledge with the potential for transformational capabilities?
  • Has it fundamentally improved the scientific and technological knowledge base?
  • Does it have the potential for transitioning the findings to an industrial sector?

More information a vailable on this page.

Nomination Process:

All nomination packages for the research awards should include the following:

  • Nomination Form:  Download template .  
  • Optional one External Letter of Support*  (up to 2 pages)                                                                                     * This letter is optional for all categories except for the Distinguished Researcher Award for which it is required.
  • Nominee’s abbreviated curriculum vitae  (2 pages for each CV): For a team nomination a max of three CVs.

Email  completed nomination ideally as a PDF to Sara Chiles  by 5:00 pm, December 4, 2023

Please note:

A committee will review the nominations for all the research awards and will make the final decisions on the winners.

Winners will be announced in January 2024, and the award ceremony will be held on Thursday, February 1, 2024  at The Boar's Head Pavilion.

*All funds will be provided as internal funds for faculty use in their department. These funds will be available for a max of 24 months.

Can you self-nominate for the awards?

Are the nominations limited submissions (by school/department)?

What do you mean by external letter of recommendation?

The letter of recommendation should come from someone outside of the University of Virginia. It is only required for the Distinguished Researcher Award.

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BOTANICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA'S BILL DAHL GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARDS including the J. S. KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD .

The purpose of these awards is to promote graduate student research in the botanical sciences. The award provides $1500 to support each recipient’s research proposal. Applicants must be current members of the Botanical Society of America. Click here for more information and to see past winners.

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This award group (including the John S. Karling Award ) is designed to promote graduate student research in the botanical sciences . To be eligible, one must be a member of the Botanical Society of America (BSA), a registered full-time graduate student, have a faculty research advisor who is also a member of the BSA, and not have won the award previously.

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Sigma Xi Awards Student Research Grants for Fall 2022 Cycle

January 10, 2023

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This year’s Committee on Grants in Aid of Research, along with a panel of guest reviewers, evaluated 431 applications across most research disciplines. Chaired by Drew Coleman of the University of North Carolina, the committee awarded grants to undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral students. Grant amounts ranged from $200–$5000 and a total of $87,570  was awarded.

  • Visit the  GIAR Recipients  page to view the names and research projects of the Fall 2022 awardees.
  • Visit the  Faces of GIAR  page to read follow-up stories of past recipients.
  • Learn more about the program, including how to apply for the Spring 2023 cycle, by visiting  sigmaxi.org/giar .

Celebrating its 100th anniversary throughout 2022, the GIAR program is made possible thanks to designated funds from Sigma Xi members, the National Academy of Sciences, and the San Antonio Lighthouse for the Blind and Vision Impaired. Sigma Xi thanks the following committee members and volunteers who took part in the Spring 2022 grant application review process:

Asem Abdulahad, Xavier University of Louisiana Joseph Akkara, National Science Foundation (Retired) Heather Arnett, University of Charleston Mayur Choudhary, Duke University Drew Coleman (Chair), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Jose Crespo, Salt Lake Community College Kelly Crowe, Xavier University Shawn Ellerbroek, Wartburg College Meredith Frazier, College of Charleston Eman Ghanem, Duke University Shelby Gull Laird, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences Peter Harries, North Carolina State University David Holler, North Carolina State University Michael Just, US Army ERDC-CERL Michael Lares, University of Mary Cecil McManus, PROBE Consulting Company John Millhauser, North Carolina State University Timothy Ng, University of Maryland, College Park Emma Perry, University of Maine Megan Perry, East Carolina University Vivek Samu, North Carolina State University Joanne Tillotson, State University of New York at Purchase (Retired) Peter Zani, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Ann Yezerski, King’s College Ruda Zhang, North Carolina State University Brenna Zimmer, North Carolina State University

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This year we are recognizing 10 Outstanding Student Researchers. They were all selected to represent HSU at the 36th Annual California State University Student Research Competition, which was held remotely through San Francisco State on April 29th and 30th, 2022. This annual state-wide competition brings together outstanding student researchers from all 23 CSU campuses to compete for research awards in discipline-based categories.

These students serve as exemplars of how student research is produced, supported, and promoted at HSU and compete based on their written summaries and oral presentations of their research.

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2022 ASN Student Research Award

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Congratulations to the Recipients of the ASN Student Research Awards

  • Nick Dorian, Tufts University
  • Julia Harencár, UC Santa Cruz
  • Anastasia Madsen, University of Nebraska Lincoln
  • Cheyenne Payne, Stanford University
  • Nitin Ravikanthachari, University of South Carolina
  • Courtney Reed, Brown University
  • Kelly Robinson, University of Nevada Reno
  • Matthew Kustra, UC Santa Cruz
  • Matthew Schumm, Florida State University
  • Mackenzie Urquhart-Cronish, University of British Columbia
  • Taylor Zallek, University of Pittsburgh

The ASN Student Research Awards support research by student members that advances the goals of the society: the conceptual unification of ecology, evolution, or behavior. Each award consists of a $2,000 check to the candidate. An applicant must be a member of the ASN (membership is international), must hold a bachelor’s degree or equivalent, must have passed to candidacy in a PhD program or equivalent, and must be at least one year from completing the PhD.

Projects in all types of research (i.e., laboratory, field, theory) are encouraged. Proposals are judged on originality, strength, and significance of the questions being addressed, prospects for significant results, and the match between the proposed research and the ASN mission.

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The application portal will open September 5, 2023.

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  • $450k/3-year award ($150k/year)
  • 50% protected time and career development
  • Provides support for junior investigators working toward independent careers in clinical research related to gastroenterology or hepatology
  • Requirements:
  • ACG Member at the time of application
  • U.S. or Canadian physicians (MD, MBBS, or DO)
  • Junior Faculty: < 7 years out of fellowship training
  • Full-time faculty positions in the GI or hepatology department at a university, medical school or health care institution at the time of funding
  • NOT for established investigators
  • $300k/2-year award ($150k/year)
  • 30% protected time
  • Provides support for established investigators with bridge funding for clinical research related to gastroenterology or hepatology
  • Complete Pre-qualification application
  • ACG Member at time of application
  • U.S. or Canadian physicians or equivalent (e.g., MD, DO, MBBS)
  • Full-time faculty at the time of application
  • > 8 years out of fellowship or terminal training program
  • Evidence of recently (within 3 years) concluded federal grant in clinical or translational GI or hepatology.
  • Must demonstrate one of the following: 1) Evidence of ongoing application to renew federal funding OR 2) Evidence of new federal application to be re-submitted.
  • NOT for early career investigators or fellows-in-training

Leonidas Berry Health Equity Research Award

  • $75k/2-year award (50k year-one, 25k year-two based on progress)
  • Research to produce actionable science that will translate to reducing health and/or healthcare disparities thereby promoting health equity
  • ACG Membership at time of application
  • U.S. or Canadian physicians (MD or DO)
  • Full-time faculty position at university, med school or other healthcare institution at time of application OR practicing gastroenterologist/ hepatologist in a community practice
  • Pilot data required
  • NOT for fellows-in-training
  • $50k/ 1- or 2-year award
  • Research using the GIQuIC registry
  • ACG or ASGE Member at time of application
  • Letter of support from GIQuIC and any registries being utilized ( submit request by November 6 to: [email protected] )
  • Include cost of data extraction, cleaning and analysis in the proposal
  • U.S. or Canadian physicians or clinical researchers (MD, DO, PhD)
  • Research mentor
  • Division Chief confirming trainee’s ongoing appointment and position for the duration of the grant. (If not guaranteed, a contingency plan is required)

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  • $50k/1 year award
  • Preliminary data required
  • Research to support innovative patient-oriented research with direct applicability to clinical care
  • U.S., Canadian, and International Members eligible
  • Open to Nurse Practitioners or Physician Assistants
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  • GI or hepatology fellows (with a mentor)
  • NOT for residents or medical students

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  • $15k/1 year award
  • Research to support innovative patient-oriented research and encourage clinical research among trainees and junior faculty
  • No Pilot Data Required (if pilot data is available, choose a different grant category: Clinical Research Award)
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  • Mentor must be an ACG Member in good standing at time of application
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September 26, 2022

The heca student research awards (hsra) 2022.

The call for the HECA Research Student Awards (HSRA) is now open.

The HECA Student Research Committee is inviting students at HECA member higher education institutions to submit digital posters that relate directly to their research study. 

The HSRAs was established in 2020 by the HECA Research Committee with the aim of showcasing the current student research to the wider academic community. Last year’s HSRA was very successful and due to demand, the HSRA have extended categories to both static and dynamic eposters. The posters will be assessed by a panel of research experts, and the academic posters will be displayed on the HECA website in November and the winners will be announced at the HECA Research Conference in November 2022 (final date to be confirmed).

Call Opens: 30 th  of June 2022.   Deadline: 10 th  of October 2022.

To submit your poster, click here

What is the purpose of the HECA Student Research Awards?

  • The HECA Student Research Awards (HSRA) is an opportunity for students to showcase their research to a wider academic community.
  • The aim is to promote the research studies that are currently being undertaken in our colleges, and to support and encourage further study in these areas.
  • A panel of research experts from a number of academic institutions will assess the posters and decide on a winner.
  • The best static / dynamic e-poster entries will be awarded the 2022 HSRA Prize. 
  • The winner and runners-up will be announced at the HECA Research event in November 2022 and will also be announced on the HECA website.

How do I participate in the HECA Student Research Awards?

Design a concise visual representation of your scholarly research.

  • Static poster (one slide)
  • Dynamic poster (students can decide on their media but are limited to two slides with 10 hyperlinks). 
  • Contact your college supervisor, lecturer, or programme director if you need any digital assistance, or academic support, with this project.
  • Poster submissions to the HECA website will be accepted from the 30th   of June – 10th of October 2022 via a submission form.

How do I submit my poster to the HECA website?

  • All entries need to be submitted by  Monday 10 th  of October 2022.
  • Entries should be made through the online submission which opens on Thursday June 30th, 2022.

What are the characteristics of a good poster? 

  • Begin by summarizing the central message of your poster in one or two sentences.  
  • Headings should be used to guide your viewer to important features in your research.
  • The language used should be clear and concise.
  • Use only two types of fonts. Font types like Arial or Verdana are used extensively in posters. 
  • Use bullets and numbering lists to identify important points.
  • Use images in a manner that respects copyright provisions. 
  • Use graphics that are self-explanatory and appealing. 
  • References and works cited can be displayed in smaller text, but not so small as to require the viewer to focus closely to read them.
  • Proofread the poster for spelling, grammar, readability, etc. Ask friends and family for feedback on your poster.
  • A template for a static research e-poster is available to download  here  but applicants do not have to follow this template and can be as creative as they like.
  • Further information on research posters is available at the following  https://libguides.dbs.ie/pp/introduction .

The HECA Research Committee look forward to receiving your posters anytime between 30 th  of June 2022 and 10 th  of October 2022. If you have any further queries regarding the HECA Student Research Awards (HSRA), please contact any member of the research committee:

[email protected] , [email protected] , [email protected]

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Award of excellence.

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Nature’s Song - An Interactive Outdoor Music and Sound Museum

Chicago, illinois, united states travis johnson; faculty advisors: christopher marlow, asla; craig farnsworth, asla; ball state university.

Nature's Song is the proposal of an outdoor music and sound museum at Northerly Island Park in Chicago, Illinois. Utilizing three pillars for exemplar exhibit design, tactile, visual, and entertainment, each of the interactive and immersive exhibits is designed to highlight music, sound, and the vibrations they make. The museum is divided into three overarching exhibit themes, each spotlighting one of the soundscape typologies. The first exhibit is Chicago Style – a discovery of the anthrophonic and cultural music phenomena of the early 20th century, Chicago style jazz. The second is The Natural Symphony, a showcase of the music our Earth provides us daily, as well as how the natural processes of the Earth can be harnessed into more traditional music using sound sculptures. Lastly is the largest exhibit, The Soundscape, a collection of four microhabitat environments each highlighting an Illinois native species and the unique tonal composition of their environments. Gain a new appreciation for the world we live in by discovering the confluence of environment and culture: Nature and Song.

Honor Awards

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Arboretum Within Wetland

Washington d.c., district of columbia, united states wenqi yang, student asla; faculty advisors: karen m'closkey; university of pennsylvania.

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Boston Anthro-zoo Park: Redefining Zoos as Biophilic Public Spaces

Boston, massachusetts, united states andrew carrano, student asla; faculty advisors: carolina aragón, asla; theodore eisenman, asla; university of massachusetts amherst (bsla).

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Cell Growth Dish – Brownfield Landscape Ecological Restoration Design

Tianjin dongjiang free trade port area, tanggu development zone, binhai new district, tianjin, china zhuoran chen, student international asla; ke dong, student international asla; faculty advisors: yan wang; tianjin university, residential design category.

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A New Central District and Balanced Community

Toa baja, puerto rico, united states yihan huang; zhimin ma; linda ge; ruoxin jia; faculty advisors: david gouverneur; judy venonsky, asla; university of pennsylvania, urban design category.

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The Bottom Rises: Sustainable Infrastructure Anchors a Reviving Neighborhood

Dallas, texas, united states avery deering-frank, student asla; cooper begis, student asla; amanda buss; violet lam, student asla; jessie hitchcock, student asla; ann thuruthy; dasom mun, student asla; oren mandelbaum, student asla; faculty advisors: joowon im, asla; university of texas at arlington.

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A Vision for Reparations: Reimagining the Eco Industrial Park for South LA

Los angeles, california, united states alyssa leal- moffitt, student asla; faculty advisors: pamela brief, asla; meg coffee; jim pickel, asla; university of california los angeles extension, analysis and planning category.

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Street Trees of New Orleans - Rethinking Tree Practices for a Fluctuating City

New orleans, louisiana, united states kerry shui-kay leung; faculty advisors: kristi cheramie, asla; paula meijerink, asla; forbes lipschitz, asla; ohio state university.

Despite the importance of street trees as ecological infrastructure, their effectiveness is hampered by a patchwork system for implementation and care. This problem is particularly acute in New Orleans, where an ad hoc network of nursery practices, local planting practices, different governmental departments, and private developers combines to produce inequitable, reactive, and ineffective provision of tree infrastructure. The care of street trees needs to expand from individual trees, or even the scale of streets and neighborhoods, to robust city-wide systems. The well-established system of medians in New Orleans offers great opportunities for redesigning a new tree care system that is city-wide, but still has the capacity to be highly nuanced and engaging for local needs. In a city that is already facing intense impacts from climate change due to sea level rise, subsidence, and hurricanes, a systematic and geodata-based approach to street trees is proposed to allow urban tree planning to become responsive to nuanced and complex situations of the city, as well as anticipatory towards future projections of the city and environment.

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Dredge Ecologies: Climate-Adaptive Strategies for a Changing Island in a Changing Climate

Wilmington, north carolina, united states marybeth campeau, student asla; faculty advisors: andrew fox, fasla; madalyn baldwin, associate asla; nc state university department of landscape architecture and environmental planning.

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Learning from Animal Adaptations to Wildfire

Monrovia, california, united states andrea binz, student asla; diana nightingale, student asla; faculty advisors: greg kochanowski; aja justine bulla-richards; university of southern california.

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Living with Water: Landscape as the Potential to Envision an Anti-Fragile System for Yuba River Watershed and Yuba City, California

Yuba city, california, america jiahong song, student international asla; jiaying wu; faculty advisors: jie liang; southeast university delft university of technology, research category.

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Thermalscape Tactics – Solutions in Response to Ubiquitous Heat Threat in El Paso

El paso, texas, united states xiaoyu li, student asla; jingxi peng; faculty advisors: robert brown, fasla; dongying li, fasla; kirk hamilton; texas a&m university.

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TOXIC/Tonic: Mapping Point Source Dementogens and Testing the Ability of Environmental Tonics to Mitigate Public Health Concerns

Mecklenburg, union, and york counties, north carolina + south carolina, united states britt davis, student asla; faculty advisors: celen pasalar; north carolina state university, communications category.

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Landscape Travels

Manhattan, kansas, united states chloe gillespie, student asla; faculty advisors: stephanie rolley, fasla; kirby barrett; kansas state university.

This project began as an opportunity to travel the country to learn more about the landscape architecture profession and became a journey of bringing awareness to the importance of landscape architecture. Through vertical short-form videos specifically curated for social media, Landscape Travels brings viewers along on my journey across the country, introducing them to 22 people engaged in the profession highlighting projects in ten different cities. As of May 27th, 2022, after four months of posting, @landscapetravels_22 has a following of 580 users, with a reach of over 120,000 through Instagram and TikTok. @landscapetravels_22 continues to reach new people every day, through tri-weekly posts, highlighting unique aspects of landscape architecture. Each video is under 60 seconds giving viewers a quick glimpse into projects in cities they live in or visit. Every video highlights a different aspect of landscape architecture, while following a similar story pattern, broadening the public’s understanding of the breadth of landscape architecture.

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Overlook Field School: Wildfire Recovery

Eugene, oregon, united states abigail pierce, student asla; audrey rycewicz; celia hensey; hannah chapin; ian vierck, student asla; kennedy rauh; masayo simon; rosie yerke; william bonner, student asla; faculty advisors: michael geffel, asla; david buckley borden, asla; university of oregon, student collaboration category.

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Carbon in the Tidewater

Hampton, virginia, united states leigh muldrow, student asla; ryan mccune; dj bromely, student asla; christophe fettke von koeckritz, student asla; delaney pilotte, student asla; kevin ganjon; faculty advisors: jules bruck, asla; university of delaware.

The City of Hampton, Virginia is on the front line of climate change with low elevation, high rate of land subsidence, and intense storm surge risk from direct exposure to the Atlantic Ocean. This project uses the Global Carbon Market to catalyze nature-based coastal infrastructure that is self-regenerating and captures carbon from the atmosphere while offering structural protection for both at-risk coastal wetlands, human life, and property.

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Fixed In Flux: A World Class Park Embracing Rising Waters

Wilmington, north carolina, united states brian vaughn, student asla; lauren joca, student asla; makayla esposito, student asla; davis turner, student asla; hassan shata, student asla; faculty advisors: andrew fox, fasla; david hill; madalyn baldwin, associate asla; nc state university department of landscape architecture and environmental planning, student community service category.

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Seeding Resilience: Celebrating Community, Education, and the Environment at Princeville Elementary School

Princeville, north carolina, united states spencer stone, associate asla; madison sweitzer; william stanton; rebecca asser, associate asla; sarah hassan; martha tack, student asla; anna edwards; tianyu shen; ruixin mao; sara fetty; faculty advisors: andy fox, fasla; carla delcambre, asla; nc state university department of landscape architecture and environmental planning.

Founded in 1865 as Freedom Hill and later chartered in 1885 as the Town of Princeville (NC), “The Oldest Town Chartered by Blacks in America'' has demonstrated a legacy of resilience by recovering and rebuilding after multiple devastating floods. One example of resilience and a symbol of hope is Princeville Elementary School. After significant flooding from Hurricane Matthew (2016) damaged the school, students living in Princeville were forced to relocate to schools in nearby towns. After renovations and floodproofing, Princeville Elementary School reopened in January 2020. Through an ongoing partnership with the town, landscape architecture students designed and implemented numerous on-site educational features, including rain gardens, multifunctional outdoor furnishings, artwork scrims featuring school artwork, educational and interpretive signage, and an integrated outdoor learning curriculum guide. These components sustainably manage stormwater, support the teachers’ and students’ curricular needs, and beautify this long-serving communal hub. Project outcomes are shaping a sustainable vision for the school, and the town more broadly, by investing in and connecting local youth to the community’s rich environmental and cultural context.

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15 Weeks to Transform Colorado's Unique Ecosystem into a Learning Landscape

Wheat ridge, colorado, united states finley sutton, student asla; charlotte francisco, student asla; claire bulik, student asla; anna varella; sylvia pasquariello; ari solomon, student asla; alex bullock, associate asla; eion donelan, associate asla; miriam hernandez arroyo; victoria hancock; faculty advisors: lois brink; louise bordelon, asla; university of colorado denver.

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Student research awards.

Sponsored by Merck & Co.

EAS continues to actively support a Student Research Awards program to recognize students involved in research in the broad field of analytical chemistry. We have expanded the Student Research Awards to include both graduate and undergraduate students. In the spring of each year, we encourage professors to identify undergraduate Juniors in college and graduate students who demonstrate special talent in research. Nomination criteria include excellent grades, appraisals of how the students handle their investigations, their approach and how they resolve problems and publicly disseminate their work. For more information on nominating a student for 2023, click here .

In 2022, four undergraduate and four graduate students have been selected based on these criteria to receive EAS Student Research Awards. The following outstanding students have been chosen from a very worthy field of candidates:

2022 UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARDEES

2022 GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARDEES

  The Governing Board of the 2022 EAS congratulates these awardees for their outstanding achievements.

  The Student Awardees’ posters will be presented on Tuesday, November 15; 11:30am-12:15pm

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Graduate Student Research Awards (SCGSR)

The Office of Science Graduate Student Research Awards (SCGSR) program provides supplemental awards to outstanding U.S. graduate students to pursue part of their graduate thesis research at participating DOE laboratories and facilities in areas that address scientific challenges central to the U. S. Department of Energy Office of Science mission. The research opportunity is expected to advance the graduate students’ overall doctoral thesis while providing access to the expertise, resources, and capabilities available at the U. S. Department of Energy laboratories and facilities.

The SCGSR program is sponsored and managed by the DOE Office of Science’s Office of Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists (WDTS), in collaboration with the 6 Office of Science research programs and the DOE national laboratories/facilities. Online application and awards administration support is provided by Oak Ridge Institute of Science and Education (ORISE) under Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU).

Open SCGSR calls are listed on the Funding Opportunities page .

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External Awards and Honors

  • Sam Turley: Outstanding Teaching Assistant
  • Alex Korsunsky: Public Outreach Award
  • James Zimmer-Dauphinee: Research Excellence Award
  • Barbara Navaza: Engaged Anthropology Award
  • Sylvia Cheever: Excellence in Transdisciplinary Research Award
  • Katie McCormak : Outstanding Teaching Assistant
  • Miguel Cuj: Public Outreach Award
  • Alex Korsunksy : Research Excellence Award
  • Allie Reichert : Engaged Anthropology Award
  • Taiye Winful : Excellence in Transdisciplinary Research Award
  • Phyllis Johnson : Teaching Award

Harold Stirling Vanderbilt Funds

Harold Stirling Vanderbilt Funds are awarded to graduate students by invitation-only and are used to extend a PGF/UGF for up to an additional two years. These important awards recognize the continued success of our PGF/UGF recipients and reward new recipients for their excellent scholarly accomplishments.

  • Catherine McCormack
  • Samantha Turley

Tarkington Family Scholarship

The $5,000 Tarkington Family Scholarship provides financial support based on need or merit for deserving students at the Graduate School. Preference in awarding will be for a doctoral candidate or graduate student studying for a degree in archaeology or bioarchaeology.

  • Silvia Cheever
  • Maria Corado
  • James Zimmer-Dauphinee
  • Rebecca Estrada Aguila

Sidney P. Colowick Graduate Student Scholarship

The Sidney P. Colowick Graduate Student Scholarship was established to provide financial support for a deserving student at the Graduate School. The awardee will bear the title: Sidney P. Colowick Graduate Scholar and be recorded in the Bulletin of the Graduate School and Commencement and Investiture programs.

  • Gabriela Oré Menéndez : NSF-DDIG, Legacies of Colonial Dislocation and Resettlement in Peru . Inaugural Rising Scholar, Seminars for the Society for American Archaeology.
  • Gloria Perez : Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada Post-Doctoral Award. Dissertation Fellowship, Centre for Ethnography, University of Toronto.
  • Kathryn Peters : Fulbright IIE for research in Paraguay.
  • Maya Krause : Fulbright IIE for research in Peru.
  • Sylvia Cheever : NSF-GRFP three-year Fellowship.

College of Arts and Science Awards and Honors

  • Taiye Winful : College of Arts and Science Summer Research Award
  • Terren Proctor : College of Arts and Science Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher Award

Departmental Awards and Honors

  • EU Zavaleta : Engaged Anthropology Award.
  • Gabriela Oré Menéndez : Public Outreach Award.
  • Maya Krause : Teaching Assistant Award.
  • Miguel Cuj : Research Excellence Award.
  • Terren Proctor : Transdisciplinary Award.

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The purpose of this award is to support undergraduate student research and creativity at the State University of New York at Fredonia. The student(s) receiving awards from the fund must be enrolled as full-time students at Fredonia and must be incoming Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors. Awardees are required to present their work at the annual OSCAR Student Research and Creativity Exposition. If selected, students will receive their award in the Fall 2021 semester and must be able to fulfill their objectives by the following Spring in order to share their work at the OSCAR Exposition.

Evaluation Criteria

1. Potential of the proposed project to advance applicant knowledge in his/her field through research or creation of new work.

2. Clarity and completeness of the project description.

3.  Appropriateness of outcome and activities as related to the duration of the project and the requested funds.

Congratulations to our Fredonia students who won!

Below you will find a detailed description of the project each Awardee submitted.

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Colm Roster

Tenodera sinensis, commonly known as the Chinese mantis is an insect that experiences sexual cannibalism where the female consumes the male before, during, or after copulation. In some breeding seasons, males make up a large part of the female diet. Although the female seemingly benefits from this sexual relationship, the evolutionary maintenance is poorly understood. It is unclear whether this relationship is an example of sexual conflict or if the male is complicit in his cannibalization. We are attempting to identify and use polymorphic microsatellite loci to experimentally measure the male mating frequency. This will allow us to track the changes in male mating frequency through breeding seasons and therefore further understand this unique sexual relationship. 

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Esmeiry Ventura

"Inflammation is the normal immune response to fight infection, however chronic inflammation is detrimental and associated with various diseases such as autoimmune diseases, cancer and COVID-19. Small molecule compounds that can inhibit inflammation are of significant scientific interest. Food-derived peptides can exhibit anti-inflammatory properties with limited side effects. Previous reports have shown that the potato-derived peptide DIKTNKPVIF has anti-inflammatory properties. In this work, we investigated the ability of the potato derived DIKTNKPVIF (P1) to inhibit lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-induced inflammatory response. "

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This project considers how do-it-yourself publishing impacts a culture. Spending time with the mimeograph, punk rock zines, and localizedart communities, the research views artmaking in an interdisciplinary way, correlating a community's media representations with its overall ethos. What similarities does a Beat-era chapbook have with a D.C. punk fanzine? Exploration across literary movements and musical subcultures will influence the design of an original publication, which will draw from our own time and place, to conclude the project.

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Alexander Mathewson

Involvement of Barentsz in gurken mRNA Translation in D. melanogaster

Gurken is a signal molecule responsible for dorsal/ventral patterning of the Drosophila melanogaster oocyte. During oogenisis, gurken ( grk ) mRNA must be localized to the dorsal-anterior corner of the oocyte before undergoing translation; a lack of translation results in ventralized eggshells. The Ferguson Lab recently identified Barentsz (Btz) as a suppressor of the ventralized phenotype. Btz is a core component of the Exon Junction Complex, but little else is known about the protein’s role in translation. To characterize this novel interaction between Btz and grk mRNA, we are currently working to optimize the immunoprecipitation of a Btz-GFP chimera. Once the immunoprecipitation assay is functional, qRT-PCR will be performed on the resulting precipitate to quantify the amount of grk mRNA associated with Barentsz.

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Caitlin Snyder

Inhibition of Neutrophil Extracellular Traps to prevent vascular inflammation

Neutrophils are the most abundant white blood cells in circulation. As part of their innate defense mechanisms to protect the host from microbes, neutrophils release extensions of their cellular structure called neutrophil extracellular traps (NETs). However, NETs formation has been described as a double-edged sword and NET products increase adhesion of white blood cells to the vasculature and thereby cause blockade of the vasculature. Hence, NET formation can exacerbate the inflammatory response and contribute to the pathology of several diseases including sepsis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, cancer and COVID-19. In this project, we will investigate the role of NETs in increasing adhesion of white blood cells in the vasculature using static and flow cell culture methods. Our goal is to use small molecule inhibitors of NET formation to prevent damage to the vasculature caused by the formation of NETs.

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Jason J. Jones   has received a fellowship for the Fall 2023 semester at the Center for Advanced Internet Studies (CAIS) in Bochum, Germany

Sohee Shin   has been awarded a summer fellowship to study immigrant integration research & policy at the Rockefeller Institute of Government (2023).

Sophia Boutilier   has received the ASA 2023 Sociology of Development Section Graduate Award for her paper "What do you mean by that? Meanings of Solidarity for Canadian International Development Workers (2023).

Wyatt "Raf" Thompson   has received a position at the  Medici School in Economic Sociology at the MIT Sloan School of Management in Summer 2023.

Nicholas Wilson , has received a $20,000 Stony Brook Foundation Trustees Faculty Award to pursue research, scholarship and creative art.  Recipients are chosen with an emphasis on the quality of research and publications and scholarship, the institutional impact of achievements and potential for continued professional growth, and the clarity, quality and significance of long-term reseach, scholarship and creative activity and their probable impact upon SBU and the scholarly impact within the discipline.

Dana McIntyre  received a Fulbright-Hayes Group Study Abroad Fellowship (2022).

Katie Gordon   has received the   Robert Dentler Award for Outstanding Student Achievement   from the Sociological Practice and Public Sociology (SPPS) Section of the American Sociological Association (2022).

Katie Gordon   led a team at th Sonoma County Commission on the Status of Women that received a $25,000 competitive grant from the state of California to support women's economic recovery in the community to produce the Report on the Status of Women and Girls in Sonoma County in partnership with the Center for the Advancement of Women at Mount Saint Mary's University (2022) .

Natalia Navas   has been selected by the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education as a graduate fellow for the 2022 AAHHE Graduate Student Fellowship Program.

Oyeronke Oyewumi   has received the Distinguished Africanist Award of the African Studies Association of the United States.  Established in the 1980s, the award recognizes and honors "scholars who have contributed a lifetime record of outstanding scholarship in their respective field of African Studies and service to thr Africanist community."

Danielle Lucksted   has been selected as a 2021 Edmonds Summer Fellow with Human Rights Educators USA to create a "train the trainers" module for their educators throughout the country.

Dana McIntyre  received the 2021 International Graduate Research Fellowship Award from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.

Breanna Brock   received an honorable mention for the Ford Pre-Doctoral Fellowship, 2021

Jennifer Heerwig , has received a Piper Foundation Research Grant for her work on democracy vouchers, "Comparing Small Donor Public Financing Systems: The Effects of Matching Funds and Democracy Vouchers on Donor Diversity.

Yongjun Zhang , with his co-author Jeremy E. Fiel, is the co-winner of the 2020 James Coleman Best Article Award in the ASA Sociology of Education Section for his article, "With All Deliberate Speed:  The Reversal of Court-Ordered School Desegregation, 1970-2013." AJS 124(6): 1685-1719

Crystal Fleming , has received a Stony Brook Mid-Career Diversity Award, recognizing a faculty member at the mid-career stage who has a strong record of research and service while also advancing Stony Brook's goals of a diverse and inclusive campus.

Michael Schwartz , Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus, has received the American Sociological Association's 2020 Award for Distinguished Contributions to Teaching.

Jessica Kim  has received an NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant to complete her doctoral dissertation entitled, "The Diffusion of Democratic Norms: Examining How Democracy INGO Strategies Contribute to Hybrid Regimes" (2020)

José Guevara Fino   was awarded a Fulbright Award. Minciencias, Fulbright Columbia (2020).

Fatoumata Ceesay   received a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship which carries three years of full funding to support her research (2020).

Jessica Kim    has received an NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant to complete her doctoral dissertation entitled, "The Diffusion of Democratic Norms: Examining How Democracy INGO Strategies Contribute to Hybrid Regimes" (2020).

Ivan Chase , Professor Emeritus, and his co-authors Raphael Duoady and Diana K. Padilla were featured in a 12/13/19 New York Times article " Even Hermit Crabs Have Wealth Inequality " which discusses their study, " A comparison of wealth inequality in humans and non-humans ", being published in the journal Physica A in January 2020

Ivan Chase , Professor Emeritus, has received the best paper award in the 2019 Visualization in Data Science section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers conference for his paper entitled, "PeckVis: A Visual Analytics Tool to Analyze Dominance Hierarchies in Small Groups."  The authors are Darius Coelho, Ivan Chase, and Klaus Mueller.

Carrie Shandra has been elected Chair of the Disability and Society Section of the American Sociological Association for 2019-2020.

Catherine Marrone has received the 2019 College of Arts & Sciences Godfrey Excellence in Teaching Award.

Catherine Marrone has received the 2019 College of Arts & Sciences Godfrey Excellence in Teaching Award.Jason Jones -- with colleagues from Ohio State, Michigan, and Cornell Universities is part of a team that was selected to receive data and funding from the Social Science Research Council to study information sharing on Facebook.  For more information see: "Understanding Problematic Sharing Behavior on Facebook"

Sophia Boutilier has been awarded the P.E.O. Scholar award, a merit-based award recognizingacademic excellence and achievement by women in doctoral-level programs (2019).

Sophia Boutilier, Doctoral Award, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (2019).

Andrew Hargrove, 5th Annual Duck Family Graduate Workshop in environmental Politics and Governance, scholarship to attend and invitations to present, University of Washington Seattle (2019).

Robert Cserni, Solidarity Fund for the 14th ESA Conference, European Sociological Association (2019).

Jamie Puglin and Helana Darwin are recipients of the 2019 SAGE Teaching Innovations & Professional Development Award.

Helana Darwin has received the SAGE Publishing Keith Roberts Teaching Innovations Award (2019).

Aarushi Bhandari has received an NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant to complete her doctoral dissertation entitled, "Mobile Phone Distribution and Global Food Security" (2019).

Michael Lenmark received funding from the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) to present his paper, "Immigration, Xenophobia, and the Redistribution of Wealth: A Study of Public Opinion" at the annual conference in Toronto (2019).

Carrie Shandra   -- Russell Sage Foundation, Visiting Scholar Program. "Market, Employer, and Student Trends in Internship Vacancies, Hiring, and Participation." 2018-2019, $46,000. -- $20,000

Jennifer Heerwig -- Russell Sage Foundation, Visiting Scholar Program. "Bringing Elites back In: Investigating the Long-Term Political Behavior of the American Corporate Elite."  2018-2019 Carrie Shandra   -- Pathways Through College Research Network, Wisconsin Center for Education Research, 2018-2019, $8,000

Helana Darwin received the Robert J. McNamara Award for the most outstanding article by a graduate student, Association for the Sociology of Religion (2018).

Helana Darwin won the ASA Consumer and Consumption Graduate Student Paper Award (2018).

Helana Darwin, 2018 Gallagher Travel Grant, Association for the Sociology of Religion (2018).

Jamie Puglin, American Sociological Association Student Forum Travel Award (2018).

Deniz Ilhan, Ralph A. Gallagher Travel Grant, Association for the Sociology of Religion (2018).

Jamie Sommer has been awarded a United Nations Constitutional Research Fellowship, 3-month Spronsored Fellowship in Global governance, Brussels, Belgium (2018).

Jessica Kim received the Clogg Scholarship to participate in the 2018 ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research (2018).

Kevin McElrath was awarded the 2018 Education Problems Division of the Society for the Study of Social Problems Graduate Student Paper Competition Award (2018).

Jamie Sommer, 4tn Annual Duck Family Graduate Workshop in Environmental Politics and Governance, scholarship to attend and invitation to present, University of Washington, Seattle (2018).

Suzan Walters, 2018 Research Fellow, Interdisciplinary Research Training Institute on Hispanic Drug Abuse, University of Southern California.

Jennifer Heerwig -- Massiver Data Institute Seed Grant, Georgetown University.  Project title: "The Seattle Voucher Experiment: Using Big Data to Enhance Local Democracy." July 2017 ($38,000)

Nick Rogers, Travel Fellowship to the 2017 Political Networks Annual Conference, Columbus, OH (2017).

Idil Akin has received an Austrian Government Award Ernst Mach Worldwide Fellowship (2017).

Suzan Walters has received the Howard B. Kaplan Memorial Award in Medical Sociology (2017).

Jamie Sommer has been named a 2017 Horowitz Foundation Award Recipient (2017).

Suzan Walters received the Beth Hess Memorial Award from the Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS) (2017).

Cliff Leek has been elected President of the American Men's Studies Association (2017).

Carrie Shandra   -- Russell Sage Foundation -- $20,000 Aarushi Bhandari, Ph.D. student -- P.E.O. International Peace Scholarship Tiffany Joseph   -- Named one of five Nancy Weiss Malkiel Junior Faculty Fellows for 2016, Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation Tiffany Joseph   -- American Sociological Association Fund to Advance the Discipline Grant Rebekah Burroway   -- SAGE Teaching Innovations and Professional Development Award Andrew Hargrove, Ph.D. Student -- National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Jennifer Heerwig   and   Josh Murray   (Asst. Professor, Vanderbilt and SBU Sociology Alumni) -- Russel Sage Foundation Grant -- $33,000

Jason Jones   (Co-PI with   Jie Gao , Department of Computer Science) -- NSF AitF -- $720,000

Oyeronke Oyewumi   -- South African National University Fellowship -- $30,000

Tiffany Joseph   and Ph.D. Student Clayton Fordahl -- Graduate Fellowship and Faculty Research Program in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences -- $20,000

Suzan Walters, Ph.D. student -- American Sociological Association 2015 Outstanding Student Paper Award, Disability and Society Section

Oyeronke Oyewumi   --  Fulbright Scholar Grant

Rebekah Burroway ,   Cathy Marrone , and   Carrie Shandra   -- Dean's Funds for Excellence awards

Sasha Rodriguez, Ph.D. student -- American Sociological Association Minority Fellowship

Bethany Coston, Ph.D. student -- Madeline Fusco Fellowship Award

Sasha Rodriguez, Ph.D. student -- Faculty-Staff Dissertation Fellowship

Amanda Kennedy, PhD. student -- President's Award for Excellence in Teaching

Sociology Major Neha Kinariwalla --   Gates Cambridge University Fellowship

Tarun Banerjee, Ph.D. student -- Judith Tanur Dissertation Research Award

Crystal Fleming   -- Career Enhancement Fellowship from the   Woodrow Wilson Foundation

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Arnout van de Rijt  --   Research grant   --  NSF   -- $274,769

Tarun Banerjee   and   Michael Schwartz   -- Dissertation Improvement Grant --  NSF   -- $12,000

Michael Restivo   and   Arnout van de Rijt   -- Dissertation Improvement Grant --  NSF   -- $12,000

Michael Kimmel  --   John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation   grant for a Center for the Study of Men & Masculinities -- $300,000

Carrie Shandra   -- Emerging Investigator Award -- DRC & SSA -- $30,000

Arnout van de Rijt   and Robert J. Harrison -- Research Initiatives Seed Grant -- SBU & BNL -- $38,260

Rebekah Burroway   --   TALENT grant   -- Stony Brook University   Teaching, Learning & Technology   -- $6,000

Tarun Banerjee ,   Rebekah Burroway   and   Michael Schwartz   --   FAD award   --   ASA   /   NSF   -- $7,000

Crystal Fleming   -- 2012  Georges Lavau Dissertation Award   --   APSA French Politics Group

Lori Scarlatos, Alexander Orlov,   Arnout van de Rijt   and David Tonjes --   Innovative Instruction Technology Grant   -- SUNY -- $60,000

Michael Schwartz   -- 2012   Carla B. Howery Award for Developing Teacher Scholars   --   ASA

Arnout van de Rijt   and Steven Skiena --   Seed Grant for Survey Research   --   SBU Center for Survey Research   -- $10,000

Carrie Shandra  --   Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship   --   National Academy of Education   -- $55,000

Carrie Shandra   --   FAD award   --   ASA   /   NSF   -- $7,000

Joshua Murray and  Michael Schwartz   --   Dissertation Improvement Grant   --   NSF   -- $3,635

Joshua Murray,  Arnout van de Rijt   and   John Shandra   --   FAD award   --   ASA   /   NSF   -- $7,000

Arnout van de Rijt   --   Freeman Award for Distinguished Young Scholar   --   INSNA

Vincent Buskens and   Arnout van de Rijt   --   Prize for Best Article   --   European Academy of Sociology   -- €500

Arnout van de Rijt   (with Jie Gao & Steven Skiena) --   Interdisciplinary Initiatives Fund   (2x) --   FAHSS   -- $10,000

Tomothy Moran , Javier Auyero and   Michael Schwartz   -- Research Grant --   NSF   -- $245,235

Ken Feldman   --   Howard R. Bowen Distinguished Career Award   --   Association for the Study of Higher Education

Eran Shor and  Michael Schwartz   --   Dissertation Improvement Grant   --   NSF   -- $12,000

Judith Tanur   --   Innovators Award   --   American Association for Public Opinion Research

Judith Tanur  --   Dean’s Award for Graduate Student Mentoring   --   SBU

Judith Tanur  --   Geoffrey Marshall Mentoring Award   --   Northeastern Association of Graduate Schools

Record number of ASU students selected for prestigious DAAD-RISE program

34 will participate in summer research internships in germany.

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Thirty-four Arizona State University students (pictured above) have received the 2024 DAAD-RISE award. Photo courtesy the Office of National Scholarships Advisement

The Lorraine Frank Office of National Scholarships Advisement has announced that a record-high 34 Arizona State University students have been selected for the prestigious DAAD-RISE award in 2024, significantly exceeding the university’s 18 winners in 2023 and 13 in 2022.

The 2024 ASU awardees represent a wide range of STEM majors, including aerospace engineering, biochemistry, bioscience, biomedical engineering, computer science, mechanical engineering and neuroscience.

Twenty-six of the winners are in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, eight are in The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and one is in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts. Twenty-one are in Barrett, The Honors College.

Sponsored by the German Academic Exchange Service , the DAAD-RISE program offers summer research internships in Germany for undergraduate students from North America, Great Britain and Ireland. In their internships, students assist doctoral students and researchers on projects that match their skills and interests. About 300 scholarships are available each year. This year’s ASU cohort will begin their internships in mid-May.

“This cycle, ASU broke records for both the number of applications submitted and the number of applications awarded. Through partnerships with the School of International Letters and Cultures, Fulton Schools of Engineering and (The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences), we’ve built a culture of applying that extends throughout STEM disciplines across campus,” said Catherine Salgado, program manager in the Office of National Scholarships Advisement (ONSA).

Salgado explained that ASU’s success in producing DAAD-RISE awardees is due to its progressive cohort advising model, which allows students to work on their applications in small group settings and attend writing workshops where DAAD-RISE alumni and ONSA advisors provide guidance and feedback.

ONSA also provides support for students who are put on the DAAD-RISE waitlist or who are not selected.

“We host a ‘What’s Next Webinar’ that allows students to reflect on their application as a whole and learn about future fellowship opportunities. Regardless of the result, we want anyone who applies to DAAD-RISE through ASU to feel supported and excited for the next chapter of their journey. Many DAAD-RISE applicants also go on to apply to prestigious upper-division fellowship opportunities, such as the  National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program and Goldwater Scholarship,” Salgado said.  

Over the last four cycles, a DAAD-RISE awardee has been selected for the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship, the nation’s top honor for undergraduate STEM majors:  Isabella Huckabee  (2021),  Jasmin Falconer  (2022), Chloe Leff  (2023), Timothy Chase (2024) and Leslie Bustamante Hernandez (2024).

The 2024 DAAD-RISE recipients from ASU, their majors and where in Germany they’ll study are:

  • Arshia Agarwal, junior, computer software, Karlsruhe.
  • Saanvi Agrawal, junior, computer science, Aachen.
  • Brianna Ashcroft, junior, mechanical engineering, Aachen.
  • Leslie Bustamante Hernandez, junior, biochemistry, Berlin.
  • Liam Caldwell, junior, mechanical engineering, Braunschweig.
  • Jared Chiaramonte, junior, computer science, Dortmund.
  • Meaghan D’arcy, junior, biomedical engineering, Heidelberg.
  • Kathryn Dick, junior, bioscience, Freising.
  • Megan Duncan, junior, materials science and engineering, Chemntiz.
  • Kai Goldsmith, junior, applied bioscience, Gottingen.
  • Soham Goel, sophomore, aerospace engineering, Wilhelmshaven.
  • Manas Srinivas Gowda, junior, computer science, Kaiserslautern.
  • Malea Grabow, junior, bioscience, Dortmund.
  • Lily Guerrero, junior, biomedical engineering, Wuppertal.
  • Kanav Gupta, sophomore, computer science, Gütersloh.
  • Matalin Hansen, junior, mechanical engineering, Chemnitz.
  • Ben Hanson, junior, computer science, Konstanz.
  • Ethan Hurt, junior, biomedical engineering, Marburg.
  • Casey Isabelle, junior, biomedical engineering, Kaiserslautern.
  • Diya Jim, junior, computer science, Wuppertal.
  • Lauren Kim, junior, neuroscience, Rostock.
  • Owen Kruger, junior, computer science, Illmenau.
  • Kiersten Lagerhausen, junior, biochemistry, Braunschweig.
  • Frans Emil Malapo, junior, computer science, Zweibrücken.
  • Anistynn Mendez, junior, molecular bioscience, Tuebingen.
  • Elizabeth Nandana Shibu, sophomore, computer science, Zweibrücken.
  • Toller Phipps, junior, electrical engineering, Kaiserslautern.
  • Suraj Puvvadi, junior, biomedical informatics, Juelich.
  • Angie Scanlan, junior, computer science, Aachen.
  • Noah Severinghaus, junior, mechanical engineering, Frankfurt.
  • Joshua Tint, junior, computer science, Munich.
  • Thinh Tran, junior, computer science, Juelich.
  • Albert Vo, junior, computer science, Wuppertal.
  • Arya Yadav, sophomore, computer science, Freiberg.

“I feel very proud that I can represent ASU globally, and I am very excited about all the further research and cultural experiences this opportunity has opened up,” said Owen Kruger, whose research will focus on uncertainty quantification for deep learning.

Kruger said he hopes to gain extensive hands-on research experience and bring what he learns in Germany back to his research at ASU.

“Exploring this new area will grow me as a researcher and help me better identify what area of deep learning research I may want to pursue in the future. I am also hoping that taking home these new skills can provide valuable perspectives to my ongoing research here at ASU, where I work on deep learning applications. Outside of research though, I’m hoping to absorb as much culture as I can while in Germany,” he said.

Lauren Kim will research the extent to which harbor seals are able to differentiate between time intervals and gain hands-on experience in zoological research, sharpening skills she will use in future career endeavors.

“My goals after graduating are to attend veterinary school and then become a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine who perhaps does research as well. So I believe working on a research project with harbor seals is ideally suited for these goals. ... In the port city of Rostock, Germany, I will have a unique opportunity to be right by the ocean, learning about the animals that thrive there,” she said.

“Caring for marine mammals in a research setting will add to my knowledge of different animal species, which I can apply in veterinary school and as veterinarian, treating my diverse array of animal patients."

Leslie Bustamante Hernandez said she is “excited, grateful and nervous” about the chance to conduct research abroad. Her project will focus on understanding the interactions between the immune system and the intestinal environment, particularly innate lymphoid cells (ILCs) and their roles in maintaining intestinal health.

“Coming from a family who has never traveled abroad, I am incredibly grateful that I get the opportunity to explore the world for them. Even better with a program that will place me one step ahead of my future goals. It is an honor to be selected and a validation to my commitment in research,” said Bustamante, who hopes in the future to obtain a PhD in immunology and conduct interdisciplinary research.

“Also, participating in international experiences like the DAAD-RISE program will provide me with insights into successful strategies for fostering diversity and inclusion in academia. I will engage with scholars who grew up in different cultures, and network with other scientists with similar interests,” she added.

Salgado encourages students to attend an information session in October and meet with her as soon as possible after the application opens to discuss how DAAD-RISE fits in with their goals and strategize a feasible application timeline.

The next six-week application cycle for the DAAD-RISE will open in November and close in December. Students who are interested in applying can reach out to ONSA at  [email protected]  for further information.

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“Neurofest 2024” took place on April 11 to celebrate current and former neuroscience students and their accomplishments. This event was organized by Dr. Wilson Chung, Director of the Undergraduate Neuroscience Program and Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, and was held in the BHRI lobby, located in the lower-level of ISB. The event was attended by undergraduate and graduate students, as well as faculty members.

Dr. Chung first shared an update about the neuroscience major, followed by talks by recent alumni of the neuroscience major who shared their experiences and advice to the attending undergraduate and graduate students and faculty. The major event of Neurofest 2024 was the announcement of the winners of the Excellence in Neuroscience Research Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to neuroscience majors who are juniors or seniors and have or are currently engaging in neuroscience research. Each awardee received a $250 scholarship and gave a 10-minute presentation on their undergraduate research.

Congratulations to the Excellence in Neuroscience Research Scholarship awardees 2024:

Autumn Redd , Junior, Neuroscience/Premedicine (2022 BHRI Fellow). Mentor: Lique Coolen (Biological Sciences)

Kendra Dillon , Senior, Neuroscience (2022 BHRI Fellow). Mentor: Aleisha Moore (Biological Sciences)

Aidan Wade , Senior, Neuroscience (2022 BHRI Fellow). Mentor: Jeff Mellott (Neomed)

Autumn Redd:

"My name is Autumn Redd, and I am a third-year neuroscience/pre-medicine major. I am currently working at the Brain Health Research Institute under Dr. Lique Coolen, and we are studying the effects of a chronic spinal cord injury on neuropeptide expression in the spinal ejaculation generator of male rats. I have worked on this study for upwards of two years, having presented at the 3MT, neuroscience symposium, and the Undergraduate symposium. In the upcoming future, I would like to attend medical school while also continuing to indulge in the world of research!"

Kendra Dillon:

"I have the privilege of working in the laboratory of Dr. Aleisha Moore where I study the neuroendocrine basis of infertility. Throughout my time there, I have had the opportunity to become skilled at a multitude of laboratory techniques, present my research, and collaborate with different individuals. After graduation, I plan to pursue a career in embryology where I will work in an in-vitro fertilization (IVF) laboratory."

Aidan Wade:

"In Dr. Jeffrey Mellott's lab at NEOMED, I have investigated age-related changes to the synaptic ultrastructure of the rat inferior colliculus. Last summer, I was selected to be an Amgen Scholar at Stanford University where I created a spatial map of receptor expression across the mouse hippocampus in Dr. Longzhi Tan's lab. I was recently awarded the NIH Undergraduate Scholarship, so upon graduation I will join the Noninvasive Neuromodulation Unit at the NIMH where I will study non-invasive neuromodulation techniques for psychiatric treatment in clinical populations. I hope to enter a PhD program next year to study clinical neuroscience."

We would also like to congratulate the following BHRI Undergraduate Fellows for winning awards at the 2024 Annual Undergraduate Symposium on Research, Scholarship, and Creative Endeavors:

First place winners:

Anna Anello - Senior, Computer Science (2021 BHRI Fellow). Mentor: Kwantaek Kim.

Clarice Farley - Senior, Biology/Premedicine (2023 BHRI Fellow). Mentor: Angela Ridgel.

Second place winners:

Autumn Redd - Junior, Neuroscience/Premedicine (2022 BHRI Fellow). Mentor: Lique Coolen.

Elli Marhefka - Senior, Biology/Premedicine (2023 BHRI Fellow). Mentor: Lique Coolen.

For the full list of 2024 Annual Undergraduate Symposium award winners, please visit: 2024 Award Winners and Mentors for Undergraduate Symposium on Research, Scholarship and Creative Endeavors | Kent State University    

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    The New York State Archives and Archives Partnership Trust are now accepting entries for the 2022 New York State Student Research Awards program, State Education Commissioner Betty A. Rosa announced today. In its 32nd year, the Student Research Awards program is a statewide historical research competition for students in grades four through twelve.

  3. Student Research Awards :: Consider The Source Online

    The New York State Archives announces its thirty-second annual Student Research Awards program to promote and recognize excellence in student research. The main purpose of the awards program is to encourage students to explore the wealth of historical records held in historical records repositories in New York State. The program also serves to increase cooperation between schools and ...

  4. Graduate Student Research Award 2022

    The Society of Systematic Biologists (SSB) Graduate Student Research Awards assist graduate students conducting research in systematics. Eligibility. ... Oct 3, 2022, 00:00 AM America/New_York Application close date Nov 29, 2022, 09:45 AM America/New_York. Evaluation Evaluation open date

  5. 2022 Call for Student Research Awards

    Call for nominations for University Achievement awards for two student research awards - to be presented at the University Achievement Awards & Celebration of Instruction, Research, Creative Activity and Service in mid-April (TBD). Deadline for Submissions: Upload documents to the College of Education's InfoReady site by February 14th, 2022.

  6. Research Achievement Awards

    The Bhakta Rath Research Award, established in 2022 by a gift from Dr. Bhakta B. Rath and his wife, Sushama Rath, offers an opportunity to promote and reward excellence in Public Impact Research (PIR). Recipients of this award will be a graduate student or postdoc and their collaborating UVA faculty member.

  7. NESS Student Research Awards 2022

    2022. Siyu Heng. University of Pennsylvania. A Model-Free and Finite-Population-Exact Framework for Randomized Experiments Subject to Outcome Misclassification via Integer Programming. Dylan Small. 2022. Kuanhao Jiang. Harvard University. A New Central Limit Theorem for the Augmented IPW Estimator: Variance Inflation, Cross-Fit Covariance and ...

  8. 2022

    This award group (including the John S. Karling Award) is designed to promote graduate student research in the botanical sciences. To be eligible, one must be a member of the Botanical Society of America (BSA), a registered full-time graduate student, have a faculty research advisor who is also a member of the BSA, and not have won the award ...

  9. Fall 2022 Student Faculty Research Awards

    The Student Faculty Research Awards are used to advance the scholarship of graduate students and faculty working in partnership. Grants up to $5,000 are awarded to the selected student/faculty pairs and are intended to help support student research/scholarship/creative activity; give students experience writing grants; and foster the mentoring relationship between faculty and graduate students.

  10. Sigma Xi Awards Student Research Grants for Fall 2022 Cycle

    January 10, 2023 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NORTH CAROLINA - Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society is pleased to announce the awarding of 82 student research grants for the Fall 2022 cycle of its Grants in Aid of Research (GIAR) program. Since 1922, the Society's GIAR program has been funding research for undergraduate and graduate students, and currently ...

  11. Student Research Award

    The NSCA recognizes outstanding research efforts by students through the NSCA Student Research Awards. Five awards are given each year, two for the outstanding podium abstract presentation awarded to one Doctoral student and one Master's student and three awards for the poster presentations given to one Doctoral student, one Master's student and one Undergraduate student at the NSCA ...

  12. Outstanding Student Research

    Outstanding Student Research. This year we are recognizing 10 Outstanding Student Researchers. They were all selected to represent HSU at the 36th Annual California State University Student Research Competition, which was held remotely through San Francisco State on April 29th and 30th, 2022. This annual state-wide competition brings together ...

  13. Auburn Research Student Symposium

    2022 Award Winners, Criteria, and Categories Award Winners. 2022 Poster Presentation Winners; 2022 Oral Presentation Winners; Award Criteria The Auburn Research: Student Symposium is envisioned as an opportunity to share student research and creative scholarship with a broad audience consisting of faculty, staff, graduate and undergraduate students, and the public.

  14. 2022 SCB Graduate Student Research Award Winners

    2022 SCB Graduate Student Research Award Winners. The Society is awarding ten graduate students with $1,000 fellowships this month to carry out field research on their topic area in conservation. This year's winners were selected from an applicant pool of 36 students, from all SCB sections, whose projects ranged from improving our knowledge ...

  15. Student Research Award

    The ASN Student Research Awards support research by student members that advances the goals of the society: the conceptual unification of ecology, evolution, and behavior. ... 2022 ASN Student Research Award. Posted on May 16, 2022. Congratulations to the Recipients of the ASN Student Research Awards. Nick Dorian, Tufts University;

  16. ACG Institute Research Grants & Awards

    ACG Member at time of application. U.S. or Canadian physicians or equivalent (e.g., MD, DO, MBBS) Full-time faculty at the time of application. > 8 years out of fellowship or terminal training program. Evidence of recently (within 3 years) concluded federal grant in clinical or translational GI or hepatology.

  17. The HECA Student Research Awards (HSRA) 2022

    The HECA Research Committee look forward to receiving your posters anytime between 30 th of June 2022 and 10 th of October 2022. If you have any further queries regarding the HECA Student Research Awards (HSRA), please contact any member of the research committee: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected].

  18. 2022 ASLA STUDENT AWARDS

    ASLA Student Awards. General Design Category Award of Excellence. Nature's Song - An Interactive Outdoor Music and Sound Museum ... Research Category. Honor Awards. Thermalscape Tactics - Solutions in Response to Ubiquitous Heat Threat in El Paso ... As of May 27th, 2022, after four months of posting, @landscapetravels_22 has a following of ...

  19. Student Research Awards

    For more information on nominating a student for 2023, click here. In 2022, four undergraduate and four graduate students have been selected based on these criteria to receive EAS Student Research Awards. The following outstanding students have been chosen from a very worthy field of candidates: 2022 UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARDEES

  20. PDF 2021 Student Research Awards Guidelines

    The Student Research Awards program is a statewide competition open to all New York State students in grades 4-12. A total of three (3) awards will be given; one each for ... 2022. Please include your name and grade in the subject line. Mailed entries must be postmarked no later than July 1, 2022. Award winners will be notified by mid-September.

  21. Graduate Student Research Awards (SCGSR)

    The Office of Science Graduate Student Research Awards (SCGSR) program provides supplemental awards to outstanding U.S. graduate students to pursue part of their graduate thesis research at participating DOE laboratories and facilities in areas that address scientific challenges central to the U. S. Department of Energy Office of Science mission. The research opportunity is expected to advance ...

  22. Awards

    Awards External Awards and Honors 2023. Sam Turley: Outstanding Teaching Assistant Alex Korsunsky: Public Outreach Award James Zimmer-Dauphinee: Research Excellence Award Barbara Navaza: Engaged Anthropology Award Sylvia Cheever: Excellence in Transdisciplinary Research Award 2022. Katie McCormak: Outstanding Teaching Assistant; Miguel Cuj: Public Outreach Award

  23. NASCA Award Winners 2022

    NASCA Award Winners 2022. The purpose of this award is to support undergraduate student research and creativity at the State University of New York at Fredonia. The student (s) receiving awards from the fund must be enrolled as full-time students at Fredonia and must be incoming Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors.

  24. Singapore Psychological Society

    Mission: To Advance the Research and Practice of Psychology in Singapore Email Us Login. Home About Us Join SPS Our Membership Directory Resources Contact Us. Login. Singapore Psychologist Issue #17 Out Now! ... 22/01/2022 - 22/03/2022 [Ad] CBT Australia presents Online Training Workshops in 2022! 07/02/2022 - 08/03/2022

  25. NASA Awards Expand Research Capabilities at Institutions Nationwide

    NASA is awarding approximately $45 million to 21 higher-education institutions to help build capacity for research. The awards were made possible through the Minority University Research and Education Project Institutional Research Opportunity (MIRO) and Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) grants, which are funded by the agency's Office of Science, Technology ...

  26. Recent Grants and Awards

    2022. Nicholas Wilson, has received a $20,000 Stony Brook Foundation Trustees Faculty Award to pursue research, scholarship and creative art. Recipients are chosen with an emphasis on the quality of research and publications and scholarship, the institutional impact of achievements and potential for continued professional growth, and the ...

  27. Record number of ASU students selected for prestigious DAAD-RISE

    The Lorraine Frank Office of National Scholarships Advisement has announced that a record-high 34 Arizona State University students have been selected for the prestigious DAAD-RISE award in 2024, significantly exceeding the university's 18 winners in 2023 and 13 in 2022. The 2024 ASU awardees represent a wide range of STEM majors, including aerospace engineering, biochemistry, bioscience ...

  28. In pursuit of gold: UC Davis undergraduates strike again in research

    Three UC Davis students have won the highly prestigious and competitive Barry Goldwater Scholarship. UC Davis 2024 Goldwater Scholars Avantika Gokulnatha, Madeleine Rose, and Shih-Na Liu submitted research spanning multiple STEM fields and topics. Read the full article.

  29. "Neurofest 2024"

    "Neurofest 2024" - a celebration of neuroscience at Kent State and the recipients of Excellence in Neuroscience Research Scholarship awards | Brain Health Research Institute | "Neurofest 2024" took place on April 11 to celebrate current and former neuroscience students and their accomplishments. This event was organized by Dr. Wilson Chung, Director of the Undergraduate Neuroscience ...

  30. #whyLKCMedicine2024: Offerees understand why ...

    Students who have been awarded a place to study at LKCMedicine were specially invited today to the Novena Campus to learn more about the School's refreshed MBBS programme, faculty, facilities, and student life. ... LKCMedicine Celebrates its Community with Dean's Awards and Appreciation Day 2023 Published on 14 Nov 2023. LKCMedicine's ...