Faculty Development Grant Awardees

Academic Year 2021-2022

College of Arts and Sciences


Natalia Prado, Characterizing prolactin proteoforms in hyperprolactinemic African elephants



Daniel Silverio, Synthesis of ~-Aryl Nitriles Starting From Metalated Nitriles,


Environmental Studies and Sciences

Susan Kilgore, Characterizing Paleolake Shorelines in Grand Portage, Minnesota


Willumstad School of Business

Zahra Sedighi Maman, A Two-stage Modeling for Lung Cancer Survivability Prediction,

Eunji Lim, Predicting Shortages in a Supply Chain Using Simulation


College of Education and Health Sciences

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Yula Serpanos and Suzy Lederer, Preschool Healthy Hearing Education Program


Ming-Hsuan Wu, Taiwan as a proxy for the imagined return: A follow-up study with transnational Chinese Adoptees

Health and Health Sciences

Rachel Tainey, Using Community-based Participatory Research to Understand Students’ Experiences with a Campus Based Food Pantry: Mixed-methods Evaluation Study


College of Nursing and Public Health


Ednah Madu, African Immigrant Health Study New York- Pilot study

Edmund J. Y. Pajarillo, Equitable, Targeted and Structured [ETS] Onboarding of Graduate Nursing Students,

Hasan Sapci, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Laboratory for Elderly Care

Wei Liu, Development of clinical judgement and decision-making among undergraduate nursing students: the effect of unfolding case study teaching and learning,

General Studies

Nathan Ross, Translation of Philosophy of Jazz


David Ranzan, Biography of Timothy Lester Woodruff

Social Justice Studies

Elizabeth Counselman Carpenter, (SW) Developing a research instrument to measure multiple marginalized identities and  experiences of oppression

Interdisciplinary Studies

Johanna deLeyer (Derner), Steven Cox, Video Self-Modeling as Gender Affirming Vocal Training for Transgender Women

Wahiba Abu-Ras, Deborah Ambrosio Mawhither, Reem Khamis-Dakwar, The Effectiveness of an Interprofessional Practice Course Focusing on Serving Diverse Populations in Healthcare Settings

Interdisciplinary Collaborative Grant Awardees


Lee Stemkoski, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science; Cindy Maguire, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Art and Art History; Ann Holt, Ph.D., Interim Curator of Exhibitions; John Drew, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Communications, Virtual Reality:  Experiences and Education

Melissa Randazzo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Communication Sciences and Disorders; Damian A. Stanley, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Gordon F. Derner School of Psychology, Neurophysiological Correlates of Autism Spectrum Disorder-related impairment of Theory-of-Mind

Alexander Heyl, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Biology Department; Brian Stockman, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Chair of Chemistry Department, Characterization of the ligand binding CHASE domain of PpCHK4_

Laura E. Brumariu, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Gordon F. Derner School of Psychology; Dominic Fareri, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Gordon F. Derner School of Psychology, Close relationships and positive dispositional traits in preadolescence:  Forgiveness and gratitude

Terrence Ross, MFA, Professor, Communications Department; Margaret R. Lally, MFA, Associate Professor, Theatre Department, El Padrino

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