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Current Research

This year, faculty will pursue research projects through sabbatical funding and internal faculty grants.

The Faculty Development Committee reviews sabbatical applications, Faculty Initiative Grant proposals and Summer Stipend Proposals. Below you can find a list of deadlines and links to the necessary forms and instructions.

Deadline: October 7, 2014

Application Information: 
General Information
Application Outline 2014-2015

Faculty Initiative Grants
Deadline: TBA


Provost's Summer Research Fellowships
Deadline: March 16, 2015


Supplemental IDP:
Applications will be reviewed by Sandra Doneski, Dean of Faculty—click on the link to go to the form!
Application >>

Sabbaticals – Fall 2014

Lauren Barthold—"If Enhancement is the Answer, What is the Question? A Hermeneutic Approach to Bio- and Genetic Enhancement"
Karl-Dieter Crisman—"The Mathematics of Voting and Choice"
Jonathan Gerber—"University of Connecticut Collaboration"
Roger Green—Untitled (multiple projects)
Judith Oleson—"Can Dialogue Impact the Deep Divide About Guns?"
Pilar Perez Serrano—"Emergent Spanish Theatre & 'El camino de Santiago' "
Kent Seibert—"Exploring Sabbath and Social Entrepreneurship"

Sabbaticals – Spring 2015

Sean Clark—Untitled (multiple projects)
Bert Hodges—Untitled (multiple projects)
Sharon Ketcham—"Formative Values: Fostering A Maturing Christian Faith"
Susan Kim—"Professional Development"
Ruth Melkonian-Hoover—"Better Late than Never: Evangelicals and the Immigration Debate"
Moises Park—"Children, Chinos and Canutos in Chile: Voices of the Other"
Mike Veatch—"Humanitarian Logistics: New Approaches to Coordination"

Sabbatical – Full–year

Dorothy BoorseEnvironmental Science 13th Edition (Book project)

Summer Stipends

Lauren Barthold—"Ritualized Interpretations: A Hermeneutic Account of Social Identities"
Toddy Burton—"Feature Film Writing and Pre-Production"
Kaye Cook—Two Projects: 1) Chapter on Teaching Integration and 2) Data Analysis for Emerging Adult Religiosity
Valerie Gin—The Lions of Claymont Falls, a novel by Valerie Gin and Jo Kadlecek
Greg Keller—"Impacts of habitat fragmentation on small-mammal carriers of Lyme Borreliosis, Babesiosis, and Anaplasmosis"
Mike Veatch—"Airport/Port Congestion During Relief Operations"

Initiative Grants

Greg Keller—"Impacts of habitat fragmentation on small-mammal carriers of Lyme Borreliosis, Babesiosis, and Anaplasmosis"
Moises Park—Publication of book Desire and generational conflict in Chilean Narrative and Cinema: Eltit, Fuguet, ‘Johnny cien pesos’ and ‘Machuca’
Myron Schirer-Suter—"Genealogy and the Institute for Public History and the History Department Concentration and Minor in Public History and Museum Studies"
Mark Stevick—"Production of Salem Maritime Play"
Jim Zingarelli—"1 / 3 / 5 : Chord, Structure, & Color"