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Rutgers Computer Scientists Receive Google Grant to Develop Personalized Data Search System
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University Support for Camden Faculty Research Projects (Jan. 6, 2012)
I am pleased to report that 18 members of the Rutgers–Camden faculty have earned funding support for their ongoing scholarship through the Rutgers Faculty Research Grants Program, which is administered by the Office for Research and Economic Development.
Collectively, these Rutgers–Camden researchers commanded $293,000 in support for the following 14 projects:
Dr. Kristin August (assistant professor, psychology) and Dr. Charlotte Markey (associate professor, psychology), “Romantic Relationships and Health”
Dr. Grace Brannigan (assistant professor, physics) and Dr. Joseph Martin (professor, biology and director, CCIB), “Development of Computational Approaches for Predicting Channel Function”
Dr. Maureen Donaghy (assistant professor, political science), “Confronting Dislocations: Civil Society Impact on Urban Policy”
Dr. Michael Fortner (assistant professor, political science), “The Carceral State and the Crucible of Black Politics”
Dr. Stacia Gilliard-Matthews (assistant professor, sociology) and Dr. Robin Stevens (assistant professor, childhood studies), “Navigating Risk”
Dr. Erica Harris (assistant professor, accounting), “The Implications of New Tax Form 990”
Dr. Ellen Ledoux (assistant professor, English),”Portrait of a Working Mother: Visualizing Romantic-Era Actresses”
Dr. Desmond Lun (associate professor, computer science), “Gas Chromatography System to Characterize Computer-Designed Microbes”
Dr. Susan Miller (assistant professor, childhood studies), “Century of the Child meets the American Century”
Prof. Patrick Rosal (assistant professor, English), “The Lovers of Paz y Pelea Bridge”
Dr. Lauren Silver (assistant professor, childhood studies), “Youth Pathways Across Camden: Counter-Narratives in Urban Schooling”
Dr. Yuliya Strizhakova (assistant professor, marketing), “Reclaiming the Future: Theoretical Inquiry into Consumer Forgiveness”
Dr. Nir Yakoby (assistant professor, biology) and Dr. Benedetto Piccoli (Lopez Chair in Mathematics), “EFGR Signaling Diversification: An Interdisciplinary Research Approach”
Dr. Mark Zaki (assistant professor, music), “No One Can Hear You Dream”
A full listing of award recipients for this University-wide program is available at http://vpr.rutgers.edu/frgp-awarded.php.
Please join me in congratulating these faculty researchers.
Wendell E. Pritchett, J.D., Ph.D.