2007 Past Summer Research Fellowship and Research Support Grants Recipients

The Office of Research and Graduate Programs is pleased to celebrate these Summer Research Fellowships and Research Support Grants recipients:

Summer Research Fellowship and Research Support Grant Recipients

  • Dr. Patricia Bradley, Nursing, Preparing Study Instruments for Symptom Relief for African American Breast Cancer Survivors
  • Dr. Rebecca Brand, Psychology, How Do Mothers’ Behaviors Affect Child Learning?
  • Dr. Alice Dailey, English, From Acts to Monuments: Martyrdom and the English Reformation
  • Dr. David Dinehart, Engineering, Development of an Advanced Connection System for Resisting Forces from Hurricanes
  • Dr. Metin Duran, Engineering, Detection and Qualification of Viable but non-Culturalable Pathogens in Disinfected WastewaterEffluents and Biosolids Through Gene Expression Monitoring
  • Dr. Jeremy Kees, VSB Consideration of Future Consequences as a Moderator of Temporal Framing and Regulatory Focus in a Health Domain
  • Dr. Deborah Schussler, Education and Human Services, Using Case Studies to Develop Awareness of Dispositions

Summer Research Fellowships

  • Dr. Vikram Iyengar, Biology, Chemical Signaling and Paternity: Sexual Selection in a Polygamous Moth
  • Dr. John Kozup, VSB, Information Provision in the Mutual Fund Industry: The Effects of a Summary Prospectus on Consumer Product Evaluations
  • Dr. Paul Livingston, Philosophy, Book Manuscript: Reading Logos and Language in Husserl and Heidegger
  • Dr. Wenhong Luo, VSB, Search Advertising Optimization: Where Should We Put Advertisements in Search Engines?
  • Dr. Sergey Nersesov, Engineering, Finite-Time Stabliziation of Nonlinear Dynamical Systems
  • Dr. Allison Payne, Sociology, Making Research-Based Prevention Programs Work in “Real World” Schools
  • Dr. Narda Quigley, VSB, The Nature of Team Personality and Its Relationship with Team Processes and Outcomes: And Empirical Investigation
  • Dr. Peter Spitaler, Theology, Paul’s Anthropological Reasonings in the First Three Chapters to the Romans
  • Dr. Michael Tomko, Humanities, The Spirits of the Age: The Catholic Question, national Memory, and Religious Difference
  • Dr. Dennis Wykoff, Biology, Identification of the Phosphate Responsive Signal Transduction Pathway in Schizosaccharomyces Pombe

Research Support Grants

  • Dr. Patricia Mynaugh, Nursing, Determining Pregnant Women’s Reasons for Delaying or not Obtaining Prenatal Care
  • Dr. Jennifer Palechar, Chemistry, Trypansome Gene Expression: A Novel Protein Likely Involved in RNA Polymerase II Recruitment