Melissa Kerin, Assistant Professor of Art History: Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges Mednick Memorial Fellowship to study Tibetan Buddhist shrines in the Indian Himalaya.
Robert Strong, Interim Provost and William Lyne Wilson Professor of Politics: Fulbright U.S. Scholars Distinguished Chairs Program grant to serve as the Mary Ball Washington Professor of American History at University College Dublin.
Michelle Drumbl, Associate Clinical Professor of Law: Three-year U.S Internal Revenue Service grant for the School of Law Tax Clinic to assist low-income taxpayers.
Angela Smith, Associate Professor of Philosophy: Both the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University's Laurence S. Rockefeller Visiting Fellowship and a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend fellowship to complete work on the manuscript Attitude Matters: Responsibility, Respect, and Reconciliation.
David Marsh, Professor of Biology: National Science Foundation grant to research how habitat changes affect amphibians.
Joel Kuehner, Associate Professor of Physics and Engineering: National Science Foundation grant to study supersonic mixing of air and fuel.
Jill Fraley, Assistant Professor of Law: National Sea Grant Law Center funding for a symposium on property rights, land use and climate change.
Robin LeBlanc, Professor of Politics: Fulbright Fellowship to study how communities in Italy prepare themselves for decline.
Renee Pratt, Assistant Professor of Business Administration: Fulbright Fellowship to study health information systems in Germany.
Joshua Fairfield, Associate Professor of Law: Fulbright Fellowship to study internet governance in Germany.
Fiona Watson, Assistant Professor of Biology and Neuroscience: National Science Foundation and Jeffress Memorial Trust grants to purchase a laser scanning confocal microscope and to study optic nerves in frogs, respectively.
Robert Humston, Associate Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies: Jeffress Memorial Trust grant to study smallmouth bass and river ecology.
Jeffrey Rahl, Associate Professor of Geology: National Science Foundation grant to purchase a scanning electron microscope.
Richard Kuettner, Director of Tucker Multimedia Center: Virginia Department of Education grant to host the Governor's Foreign Language Academies.
Jasmin Darznik, Assistant Professor of English: Mednick Memorial Fellowship from the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges to compose Lustre: A Novel of Iran.
Eric Uffelman, Professor of Chemistry: National Science Foundation award for purchase of non-destructive sampling equipment to examine University collections.
Julie Woodzicka, Professor of Psychology: National Science Foundation award to study the effects of humor.