Faculty Research Grants Awarded

Ten NMU faculty members have received 2019 Faculty Research Grants to support scholarly activities. The recipients and their project titles are:

Maria Guadalupe Arenillas, Languages, Literatures and International Studies, “Indigenous People of Austral Patagonia: Images, Memory, Activism.”

Gabriel Brahm, English, “Anti-Anti-Zionism: In Defense of Jewish Nationalism.”

Yan Ciupak, Sociology and Anthropology, “A Longitudinal Study of Chinese Social Stratification and Class Identity Formation.”

Terry Delpier, School of Nursing, “Poverty Simulation: An Interprofessional Experience Qualitative Analysis.”

Christi Edge, School of Education, Leadership and Public Service: “Making Meaning with Teachers and from Teacher Education Practices.”

Hugo Eyzaguirre, Economics: “Human Choice: Rationality and Emotions.”

Jill Leonard, Biology: “Effects of winter variability on native age-0 brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) growth and survival.”

Russell Prather, English, “And the Heart is Pleased by One Thing After Another / Against Nature: Visual Art and Exhibitions.”

Marcus Robyns, Library Instructional Support/Archives: “Regional Digitization and Digital Curation Service: Data Gathering and Needs Assessment Project.”

Will Tireman, Physics: “Measuring the Neuron Electric Form Factor with a Novel Charge-Exchange Polarimeter.”


Prepared By

Kristi Evans
News Director

Categories: Around NMU, Research