2017 Successful Summer Research Grants

College of Business and Economics

Decision Sciences
Xiaofeng Chen: The Impact of Security Training and Awareness Programs on Employee Security Policy Compliance Behavior
Economics
Anca-Ioana Sirbu: The Post-Communist Transitions in CEE Countries as Great Depressions
Finance and Marketing
Eric Wehrly: Environmental violations, optimal deterrence and reputational costs
Management
Kristi Lewis Tyran: Gender, Crisis Leadership, and Emotional Expression

College of Fine and Performing Arts

Art
Garth Amundson: Immigration / Emigration Investigations
Pierre Gour: Immigration / Emigration Investigations
Barbara Miller: Expanded Research Project: Land Art and Naked-Eye Observatories
Lisa Turner: The Franken-Product Project

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Communication Sciences and Disorders
Kimberly Peters: Theory of mind in children who are deaf or hard of hearing: effect of early identification, degree of hearing loss and language input
English
Kristin Mahoney: Transnational Aestheticism, Sri Lankan Modernism, and the Queer Kinship of the '43 Group
Lysa Rivera: La Raza Cosmíca: Chicano Science Fiction in the 1990s
 
History
Jennifer Seltz: African Clawed Frogs and the Nature of Pregnancy: Circulating Animals and Knowledge, 1939-1969
Political Science
Bidisha Biswas: Alternative Politics and the Middle Class: A Study of Protest Mobilization in India
 

College of Science and Engineering

Biology
Daniel Pollard: What causes the abundance of proteins to differ between individuals?
Mathematics
Kimihiro Noguchi: Simultaneous Visual Representations of the Effect Sizes and Measures of Statistical Significance

Woodring College of Education

Elementary Education / Early Childhood Education
Anna Lees: Successful Frameworks for Tribal Education Partnerships
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