2017-2018 Arts and Sciences Annual Research Fellow2017-2018 Conference and Symposium Funding Grant2017-2018 Graduate Program Enhancement Grant2017-2018 Non-Tenure Track Enhancement Grant Recipients2017-2018 Part-Time Lecturer Teaching Grant Recipients

2017-2018 Arts and Sciences Annual Research Fellow

Dr. Mark Zaki, Department of Fine Arts
“Masks: Multimedia Composition”
Faculty Research Lecture is tentatively scheduled for Monday, April 9, 2018 during research week. More information to follow.

2017-2018 Conference and Symposium Funding Grant

Dr. Gloria Bonilla-Santiago
International Forum on Collaboration with Cuba on Sustainable Community Development and STEAM Fields

Dr. James Brown, Dr. Robert Emmons
2018 Rutgers-Camden Archive of Digital Ephemera Symposium

Dr. Gail Caputo, Dr. Lee Ann Westman
LGBTQ History Month 2017

Associate Professor Lauren Grodstein and Creative Writing Department
Audio Narratives and Digital Storytelling Symposium

2017-2018 Graduate Program Enhancement Grant

Dr. Grace Brannigan and the Center for Computational & Integrative Biology
Improving Recruitment by accentuating CCIB graduate student satisfaction and success

Dr. Anthony Irvin and the Department of Public Policy and Administration
Recruitment Plan for the MPA Educational Leadership Specialization Program

2017-2018 Non-Tenure Track Enhancement Grant 

Ms. Jill Capuzzo, Department of English
Amplifying Media Literacy in the Age of False News

Dr. Mauricio Castillo, Department of World Languages and Cultures
Exploring New Spaces Outside the Classroom

Dr. Jamie Dunaev, Department of Psychology
Conference Travel Funds to attend Association for Psychological Science and Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Conferences

Dr. Harry Rhea, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice
Queen Mary University of London Human Rights Summer Course

Dr. Chinghsin Wu, Department of Fine Arts
Travel to Japan to Study Cutting-Edge Digital Techniques and Acquire Digital Images

2017-2018 Part-Time Lecturer Teaching Grant Recipients

Dr. Laura Salerno, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice