Sponsored Research and Grants for Faculty 2012-13
Seven Evergreen faculty members received college Sponsored Research awards to support their scholarly and creative work:
- Jennifer Gerend and Ralph Murphy — for a study of municipal planning policies in the state of Washington
- James Neitzel — for the project, "Measure of Oxidative Damage to Essential Fatty Acids"
- Michael Vavrus — for the project, "Origins of How We Debate Diversity: The Impact on Education and the Future of Our Children"
- Sarah Williams— for the project, "When Beads Speak: Turkana Women's Ornament and Ethnographic Reason"
- Anthony Zaragoza — for a study on the economic impacts of automation and robotics on the Italian auto industry
- Julia Zay —for components of the project, "'Buildings to be held in your hand': Small Architecture of the Pacific NW Alternative Photographic Processes & Large Format Photography"
Grants for Faculty
Thirteen faculty members received a Faculty Foundation Grant, supported by The Evergreen Annual Fund:
- Abir Biswas — for the project, “Mercury Assessment in Pacific Northwest (Evergreen) Forest, Stream, and Intertidal Ecosystems”
- Jennifer Calkins — for the project, “Phylogenomic Analysis of Odontophoridae”
- Erin Ellis — for the project, “Assessing the age of plant-derived carbon exported by the Queets River: A glimpse into the carbon cycling dynamics of temperate rainforests”
- Miranda Mellis — for the project, “Encyclopedia Vol. 3, L-P: Editorial Work and Research”
- Greg Mullins — for the project, “The Banality of Good: Rights, Moralism, and the Growth of Amnesty International USA”
- James Neitzel — for the project, “A Method to Evaluate the Ability of Antioxidants to Prevent Oxidative Damage to Essential Fatty Acids”
- Shaw Osha — for the project, “The Insistence of Painting”
- Benjamin Simon— for the project, “Yersinia ruckeri as a Vaccine Delivery Vehicle to Immunize Rainbow Trout”
- Richard Weiss and Arun Chandra — for the project, “Integrating Music, Robotics and Cybernetics”
- Elizabeth Williamson — for the project, “Shakespeare's Political Martyrs”
- Julia Zay — for components of the project, “‘Buildings to be held in your hand’: Small Architecture of the Pacific Northwest Alternative Photographic Processes and Large Format Photography”