Division of University Engagement

Engaging Diversity Grants of Excellence (EDGE) - EDGE Faculty Grants

Grant Awards 2012, 2011-2010

The purpose of the EDGE program is to provide faculty with supplemental support for projects which advance institutional diversity at Cleveland State University. The Office of Institutional Diversity has awarded a total of $27,826 in support for eleven projects so far during FY 2010 and FY 2011. We extend our congratulations to the following CSU faculty members who have received EDGE grants during the past two years:

FY 2012

Recipient

Department

Project

Anne Galetta Curriculum and Foundations Participatory Action Research with CSU students and youth in the Cleveland area
Elizabeth Lehfeldt History Public lecture by Dr. Martin Summers which examines the intersection of race, social justice, and health care.
Antonio Medina-Rivera Modern Languages Crossing Over Symposium
Ron Reminick Anthropology Music is Medicine
Regennia Williams History Department Cleveland Chautauqa Series 2011
FY 2011

Recipient

Department

Project

Adrienne Gosselin English Department The CSU Vindicator: Forty Years of Diversity – Schwartz Library Exhibit
Amee Shah Speech and Hearing Improving Students' Cultural Sensitivity for and Adaption to Accented Speech
Regennia Williams History Department Cleveland Chautauqua Series 2010
FY 2010

Recipient

Department

Project

Anne Galletta Education and Human Services Now and Then: A Cross-Generational Conversation about Community and School Change
Guowei Jian School of Communication Cultural Identity and Leader-Member Relationship Development: A Case of Asian-Indian Immigrants in the U.S. Workplace
Antonio Medina-Rivera Modern Languages Cultural Crossings Symposium
Wendy Slone Urban Studies Welfare Reform Disparities: Is Economic Fairness and Productivity Possible?
Robert Thurmer Art Gallery Enchanted India Exhibit
Robert Thurmer Art Gallery Islamic Art Exhibit
Dinah Volk Education and Human Services Home and Community Literacies of Young English Language Learners
Regennia Williams History Department RASHAD Initiative Program