International mini-grants awarded
Spectrum Volume 21 Issue 11 - November 5, 1998
The 1998-99 round of competition for UOIP/CEUT international mini-grants has been completed and letters have been issued to the successful applicants.
This year's competition, which provides assistance to faculty members for developing, implementing, and infusing their courses with substantive international content, drew a significant number of applications. Recipients will receive awards of up to $1,500 each.
Patrick Carlton and Terry Wildman, who co-chaired the Selection Committee, commented that this year's pool of applicants was quite strong, and that "significant results are expected" as a result of the work to be undertaken. Joining Carlton and Wildman on the Selection Committee were Judy Shrum, Josiah Tlou, Eldridge Collins, Bob Sumichrast, and Max Stephenson.
This year's winners included the following professors: Kathleen Carico, Department of Teaching and Learning; E. Fred Carlisle, Department of English; John M. Carroll, Department of Computer Science; Michael P. Deisenroth, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering; Robert G. Dyck, Department of Urban Affairs and Planning; Stacey Floyd-Thomas, Religious Studies Program; Philip Huang, Department of Management Science; Eluned Jones, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics; Brian J. Love, Department of Materials Science and Engineering; Susan K. Murmann, Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management; Sharon Nickols-Richardson, Department of Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise; Jesse J. Richardson, Department of Urban Affairs and Planning; Donald J. Shoemaker, Department of Sociology; Jennifer Sughrue, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies; and Shepard M. Zedaker, Department of Forestry.