Faculty Awards Summer Grants

2017 Summer Grants for Faculty Research & Creative Inquiry

The Office of the Provost and Academic Affairs is pleased to congratulate our Stetson teacher-scholar faculty on the submission of proposals for innovative scholarship, research and creative inquiry. The following Summer Grants Program projects were recommended by the Professional Development Committee to the Provost for their outstanding potential and dedication to Stetson’s mission of teaching, research, and artistic development:

Carol Azab, “So you have an accent, you must be…” – The Influence of Customers’ Accent on Service Provider Service Recovery

Cynthia Bennington, Pollinator dynamics in a human-modified landscape: a multi-year study

Pamela Cappas-Toro, Critical Approaches to Teaching Spanish and Lantin(a/o) American Studies in Prison

Dengke Chen, Preserving Miao Cultural Heritage: A Virtual Reconstruction and Retrofit of a typical Diao Jiao House

Randall Croom, Beggars Can’t Be Choosers: Effects of Mutual Attraction on Organizational and Individual Employment Choice and Other Organizational Outcomes

Roslyn Crowder, How Does the Plan-base Compound Genistein Kill Lung Cancer Cells?

Joel Davis, A Working Critical Text of the 1593 Arcadia

Michael Eskenazi, Intentional and Incidental Work Learning: The Importance of Context

Terence Farrell, The Effect of Supplemental Feeding on Pregnant Pigmy Rattlesnakes (Sistrurus miliarius)

Thomas Farrell, The Canterbury Tales Project, Phase II: Link 2, the Reeve’s Tale, Link 3, the Cook’s Tale

Song Gao, Evaluating Impact of Ship Emissions on Air Quality in Central Florida

Laura Gunn, Biostatistical Projects in Public Health Studies

Kelly Hall, Developing Leaders via Reflection: The Role of Feedback Format and Feedback Reactions

Melinda Hall, The Ethical Implications of Risk Communication in Public Health Contexts

Sharmaine Jackson, The Unmaking of a Gangbanger: The role of krump dancing in breaking cycles of violence

Grace Kaletski, The Value of Knowledge Practices in Student Learning: A Comparative Analysis of Faculty Perspectives on the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education

Holley Lynch, Mechanics of Collective Cell Migration across Systems

Stuart Michelson, Assessment of Financial Planning for University Faculty

Nicole Mottier, Blood 0n the Borderlands: A History of Ciudad Juárez Organized Crime, 1920s-2010s

Mary Ellen Oslick, Developing an instrument to accurately capture in-service and preservice teacher knowledge of children’s literature

Melissa Parks, Field Trip and Literature Guide

Joshua Rust and Steven Smallpage, Political Trust and the Fate of Liberalism

Sven Smith, An Organizational Analysis of Our State Courts

Peter Smucker, Expanding CUP-Space: Combinatorial Extensions of the Complement Union Property

Benjamin Tanner, Paleoenvironmental Record of Isolated Wetlands in the Ocala National Forest

John Tichenor, Benefit Corporations: A New Way of Doing Good Business?

Nancy Vosburg, Murder in Minorca: Detecting an Unusual Hybrid Series in Spanish Crime Fiction

Jamison Walker, Heldentenor training project in Germany and Austria

John York, Understanding the Binding of Gold Compounds to Sulfur: Applications to Pharmaceuticals and Pollution Reduction

Announcements Workshops & Institutes

Save-the-Date: FSEM Instructor Welcome Back Workshop

Save-the-date for the FSEM annual workshop. Lunch will be available. Agenda coming soon…

Date: Friday, August 18, 2017
Time: 12:00-3:00 pm
Location: Allen Hall