Research Awardees 2015-2016

Anna Blume, History of Art Part II - Continue field research as well as write a chapter in a book entitled, Climate Change Criticism, July 7, 2015
Brenda Cowan, Exhibition Design Explore museum studies and exhibition design at facilities located in North Carolina and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, with regard to object-based learning, July and August, 2015
Brenda Cowan, Exhibition Design Support for the second phase of research on Psychotherapeutic Object Dynamics and funds for two guest speakers-July 1-Aug. 25, 2016
Donna David, Communication Design Attend a three-day manuscript map workshop being held on the University of Southern Maine Portland campus - June 24-26, 2016
Justine DeYoung, History of Art Travel to France to expand on research related to PhD dissertation, and revising into a book manuscript, June, 2016
Mari Dumett, History of Art Tate Archive and Whitechapel Gallery Archive in London, September 21-29, 2015.
Sean Fader, Photography Twelve week residency at Bernis Center to create photographs and short videos - Omaha, Nebraska, January 13-April 9, 2016
Brian Fallon, Writing Studio Travel to Germany and Poland to observe and interview writing center directors, tutors, and students to research how tutors work with political migrant students-June 20-July 7, 2016
Michelle Handleman, Film Media & Performing Arts A project translating text written by French actress and director Jean Roques to provide material for a lecture performance-May-August 31, 2015
Philippa Lindenthal, Fashion Design Influence of music on the creative process. Main source of research is based on the international and interdisciplinary approach of Bauhaus artists.
Kam Mak, Illustration Exhibit at Brooklyn Public Library, August 2015- January 2016
Melanie Reim, Illustration Exhibit in Casa Quien Gallery-Dominican Republic, February - May, 2016
Meeta Roy, FBM To conduct interviews for upcoming book, "The Business of Luxury" - June-September, 2016
Theanne Schiros, Science & Math Research on permaculture, sustainable energy systems and zero waste living in Costa Rica, January 5-19, 2016
Amy Werbel, History of Art Work on a book chapter. Travel to Bloomington, Indiana, Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction, July 20-24, 2015
Amy Werbel, History of Art Travel to Worcester, Massachusetts to review and reproduce illustrated books and prints at the American Antiquarian Society - October 2015
Alexandra Wright, Science and Math Travel to Leipzig Germany June 18-August 1, 2016 to conduct research on "Long-term effects of flooding on legumes and consequent effects of flooding on ecosystem function."