Research Office

2011-2012 Faculty Scholarship Initiative (FSI) - Award Recipients

Neda A. Zawahri

Department of Political Science

College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
$5,000


Building Institutional Adaptive Capacity to Respond to Climate Change in the Jordan Basin


Barbara Hoffman
Department of Anthropology
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
$5,000


Houses, kin, and traveling husbands: Correlations of cultural globalizaiton, urban settlement patterns and kinship practices in Bamako


Samantha Baskind

Department of Art
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
$5,000


Reimaging the Book: Jewish artists and the Bible in Twentieth-Century America


Michael Geither
Department of English
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
$5,000


The Hough Project: A Plan Based on Interviews Regarding the 1966 Racial Unrest


Justin Vaughn
Department of Political Science
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
$5,000


Drug Czar Rising: Institutional evolution, political dynamics, and the War on Drugs from Richard Nixon to Barak Obama


Patrick Wachira
Department of Teacher Education
College of Education and Human Services
$3,688


Impacts of social, economic, and political changes on the education of vulnerable children in Kenya, E. Africa


Vera Vogelsang-Coombs
Department of Urban Studies
Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs
$5,000


An Institutional Analysis of Ohio Governance & Politics


Andrew Rindfleisch
Department of Music
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
$5,000


American Scripture for Wind Ensemble


Andrew Gross
Department of Marketing

Monte Ahuja College of Business

$4,500


Analyzing business markets and industry sectors at the National Regional and Global Level


Peter Bubenik

Department of Mathematics
College of Sciences and Health Professions
$4,943


Topology and statistics for large data sets, with an application to brain imaging


Lolita B. Inniss
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
$4,362


The Princeton Fugitive Slave Case: Jimmy the College Apple Man and Memories of Slavery


Brian Ray
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
$3,500


South Africa, Socioeconomic Rights and the Second-Wave Cases