Office of Research

2013-2014 Faculty Scholarship Initiative (FSI) Award Announcement

Posted May 16, 2013 - Office of Research

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The Office of Research would like to thank members of the University
Research Council for their review of all 2013-2014 Faculty
Scholarship Initiative (FSI) proposals – and congratulate the following
faculty members on their successful FSI proposals:

Cheryl Bracken
School of Communication
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
$4,608.00


Examining the influence of age on attention, usability, enjoyment, and
sensations of telepresence in mobile media contexts


Kathy Curnow
Department of Art
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
$4,635.00


At Home in Africa: Pleasing Irregularity in Non-Industrial Design;
funding for research and existing photos for a 200-page exhibition
catalogue in print and interactive iBook formats


Heba El Attar
Department of Modern Languages
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
$4,635.00


The Rising Eye: The Christian Palestinian Diaspora in Latin America


Karla Hamlen
Department of Curriculum and Foundations
College of Education and Human Services
$4,635.00


Learning from Problem-Solving Styles in Video Games and in
Academics


Raymond Henry
Department of Computer and Information Science
Monte Ahuja College of Business
$4,250.00


The Role of Cognitive Effort in Technology Use


Jennifer Jeffers
Department of English
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
$4,537.40


Samuel Beckett and the Archival Event: Rewriting the Beckett Canon


Wendy Kellogg
Department of Urban Studies
Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs
$4,635.00


Transforming Sustainability: Social Ecology of a Blue-Collar City and
Its Region


James Marino
Department of English
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
$4,635.00


Hamlet Unzipped: Role-based Revision in Shakespeare’s Playhouse


Haifeng Qian
Department of Urban Studies
Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs
$4,635.00


Labor Market Knowledge, Entrepreneurship, and Public Policy


Stephanie Ryberg Webster
Department of Urban Studies
Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs
$4,635.00


Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits and Urban Development: A
Comparative Analysis of U.S. Cities


Robert Shelton
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
$4,622.70


Cotton, Fruit, and the Reconfiguration of Space and Citizenship In
Galveston, Texas, 1865-1900