Grants Awarded Summer 2019

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Congratulations to all of the principal investigators and project directors and to the staff who provide support and assistance, for the following grants awarded this summer.

Recent Faculty Grants

Joe Chen, Mathematics

National Science Foundation

Stochastic dynamics on large-scale networks


Will Cipolli, Mathematics

Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada

How radicalization became the dominant framework for understanding terrorism, through King's University College at Western University


Robert Davis, Mathematics

National Science Foundation

AMPS: Collaborative Research: A convex geometry and homotopy approach for power-flow equations


Jessica Graybill, Geography

National Science Foundation

ASUS: Arctic SUStainability: A Synthesis of Knowledge; supplement to subaward from University of Northern Iowa


Joe Levy, Geology

National Science Foundation

CAREER: Antarctic Mud Hunters: Linking Cold Desert Groundwater to Thermokarst & Chemical Weathering in Partnership with the Geoscience UAV Academy (GUAVA)


Elizabeth Marlowe, Art and Art History

Samuel H. Kress Foundation

Symposium on "Orphaned" Antiquities


Rebecca Metzler, Physics and Astronomy

National Science Foundation

Collaborative Research: Exploring Barnacle Exoskeleton Development and Materials Properties as a Function of Growth Environment, in collaboration with The College of New Jersey


Jacqueline Villarubia, Sociology and Anthropology

National Science Foundation

Collaborative Research: Examining Community-based Recovery Initiatives Post-Disaster, in collaboration with SUNY New Paltz


Recent Institutional Grants

An anonymous foundation

Office of Undergraduate Studies Discretionary Fund

Suzanne Spring, Office of Undergraduate Studies


Central New York Humanities Corridor

Spring 2020 Small Press Reading Series & Workshop

Jesi Buell, Libraries


Central New York Humanities Corridor

Spring 2020 Seminar with Aimee Meredith Cox

Christian DuComb, Theater and Mary Simonson, Women’s Studies


Central New York Humanities Corridor

Fall 2019 Brainstorming Meeting: Apostolic Legends: Imagining Early Christianity from the Local to the Global

Georgia Frank, Religion


Central New York Humanities Corridor

Fall 2019 Symposium: Plato and Platonism

Jacob Klein, Philosophy


Institute of International Education

Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistants in Chinese and Russian

Jessica Graybill, Russian and Eurasian Studies and Jing Wang, East Asian Languages and Literature


Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)

The New York Data Carpentries Library Consortium (NYDCLC), through the University of Rochester

Josh Finnell and Jesi Buell, University Libraries


National Science Foundation

MRI: Acquisition of a Quadrupole ICP-MS for Multidisciplinary Research, Research Training, and Education at Colgate University

Karen Harpp and Alison Koleszar, Geology


NBT Bank

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program 2019-2022

Nicole Simpson, Economics, Julie Dudrick, Upstate Institute, and Casey Frazee, Upstate Institute


New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA)

Alternative Cinema Film Series 2020

Lakshmi Luthra, Art and Art History


Jephson Educational Trusts

Jephson Educational Trust Scholarship

Office of Financial Aid


Max Kade Foundation

Max Kade Teaching Fellowship 2019-20

Matthew Miller, German