Recent and Ongoing Faculty Awards
Professor of Biology William Hamilton: National Park Services award for the project "The Influence of Grazing in Soil System Dynamics Throughout Bison-Use Areas in Yellowstone National Park"
Associate Professor of English Holly Pickett: Huntington Library and Folger Shakespeare Library grants to complete work on the book Sensational Idolatry
Robert O. and Elizabeth M. Bentley Professor of Chemistry Erich Uffelman: Samuel H. Kress Foundation award for the project "Technical Art History at the 2016 and 2018 Gordon Research Seminars: Assembling an International Team of Experts to Build a Curriculum of the Latest Technical Art History" (with collaborators at Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library and Cornell University)
Assistant Professor of History Barton Myers: Filson Foundation fellowship to conduct research on guerrilla warfare during the Civil War.
Professor of Geology David Harbor: NASA subgrant for the research project "Distributed Strain in Southern Pakistan: How and Why Do Single Faults Slip in Multiple Directions?"
Associate Professor of Classics Rebecca Benefiel and Associate Professor of Computer Science Sara Sprenkle: National Endowment for the Humanities grant to create digital tools for studying ancient graffiti in the cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum
Visiting Assistant Professor of Geology Jill Leonard-Pingel: Keck Geology Consortium/National Science Foundation grant for the research project "Subfossil Assemblages as Indicators of Environmental Quality in Temperate Lakes in Wisconsin"
Visiting Assistant Professor Mathew Jungers: Keck Geology Consortium/National Science Foundation grant for the research project "The Role of Beavers in Sediment and Carbon Budgets of the Adirondack Mountains, New York"
Professor of Biology Paul Cabe: Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries grant for the project "Taxonomy, Ecological Modeling, and Conservation Status Determination of Orconectes (cf.) punctimanus [Spothanded Crayfish] in Virginia"
Assistant Clinical Professor of Law David Baluarte, director of the Immigration Rights Clinic: Fulbright U.S. Scholar grant to research Argentina's stateless population and teach at the University of Buenos Aires School of Law