Office of Research & Sponsored Programs


Internal Faculty Grants


Each year the University conducts an intramural grant competition, the Faculty Development Grants for full-time tenure-track and tenured faculty. These grants are intended to:
    • foster excellence in the scholarship of discovery (research), pedagogy, application (service), and creative works
    • be a source of seed money to enhance opportunities for extramural funding
    • advance the mission of the University.
As noted in the letter dated September 5, 2013, you must submit ten (10) copies of your proposal to the Office of Provost no later than Friday, October 25, 2013. Your proposal narrative should be no longer than three doubled-spaced pages, include a detailed budget and budget justification (not included in the three page limit), and conform to the specifications outlined in the call for proposals.

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Faculty Development Grant Awardees, Academic Year 2012-2013

College of Arts and Sciences

Sean Bentley, Physics, Physical Analysis of Bone Wounds from Ancient Greece

Peggy Cassidy, Communication, Printed Poison, Pernicious Stuff and Other Terrible Temptations: Historical Perspectives on Media in the Lives of American Children

Jessica Dutton, Environmental Studies, Metal Levels in Shark Fin Soup and the Risk to Human Health

Heather Liwanag, The effects of tagging methods on fur seal thermoregulation

Douglas London, Anthropology, Diet as a double-edged sword: The Pharmaceutical Properties of Food Among Waorani Hunter-gatherers of Amazonian Ecuador

Maya Muratov, Art & Art History, On the Edge of the Oikoumene: Ancient Pantikapion and the Key Questions of the Greek Colonization

Edward Reno, History, The Digital Decretals

Melissa VanAlstine, Chemistry, Synthesis of Fluorinated ATP derivatives for F NMR Experiments

Eugenia Villa-Cuesta, Biology, Rapamycin as potential treatment for SDH deficiency in Drosophila melanogaster

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Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

Monica Yang, Institutional Distance and Firm Performance in cross-border mergers and acquisition: How do emerging market firms overcome competitive disadvantages in developed markets

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Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies

Francine Conway, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Treatment in ADHD Children

Jairo Fuertes, Personality, adherence and well-being in dialysis patient treatment

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Ruth S. Ammon School of Education

Kadi Bliss, Health Educators and Health Care Policy Advocacy in a Changing Climate
 
Renee Fabus, The use of electropalatography in intervention with children diagnosed with speech sound disorders

Kevin Mercier, The Impact of Annual Personnel Performance Review (APPR) on Secondary Physical Education

Meredith Whitley, On the ground in Uganda: Exploring the role of sport and physical activity in promoting gender equality and female empowerment

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School of Nursing

Elizabeth Lee, The experience of Chinese Victims of Domestic Violence: A Qualitative Investigation

Thomas Virgona, EMT First Responders: An Information Technology Assessment

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School of Social Work

Roni Berger, The experience of young adults who leave an insular community: From Ultra-Orthodox Judaism to secular life

Carol Ann Daniel, Efficacy of a community health worker-delivered HIV/STI Prevention Intervention for Internally Displaced Women in Leogane Haiti: A 12 Month Follow-up of a N-of-1 Pilot Study. 


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Contact
For additional information, please contact:

Dr. Mary Cortina
Social Work Building, Room 119
p - 516.877.3259
f - 516.877.3297
e - cortina@adelphi.edu

Virginia Bruchhauser
Social Work Building, Room 116
p - 516.877.3161
f - 516.877.3297
e - bruchhau@adelphi.edu

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