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Fall 2012 Grant Recipients

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Gabeba Baderoon

Gabeba Baderoon, Associate Professor of African Studies and Women’s Studies


“Public Privacies: Theorizing Self, Nation, Religion and Sexuality in African Autobiography”

William Blair

William Blair, Liberal Arts Professor of American History and Director of George and Ann Richards Civil War Era Center


“Assessing the William Dorsey African American Scrapbook Collection”

Donaldson Conserve

Donaldson Conserve, Ph.D. Candidate, Biobehavioral Health


“Examining the Impact of Psychosocial and Cultural Factors on the Sexual Health Beliefs and Practices of HIV-Positive Haitian-American Adults in New York City”

Christopher Hayashida-Knight

Christopher Hayashida-Knight, Ph.D. Candidate, History and Women's Studies


“‘We Are All Bound Up Together’: African American Women’s Nationalism and Citizenship in Philadelphia, 1865-1900”

Lawrence Houston

Lawrence Houston, Ph.D. Candidate, Psychology


“Keepin’ It Real: Race and Authenticity as Interactive Predictors of Service Performance Appraisals”

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Aramide Kazeem, Ph.D., Lecturer, African Studies


“Why Some Children Never Attend School: The Implications of Orphan Status in Nigeria”

John Lipski

John Lipski, Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Spanish and Linguistics


“Mixing But Not Mashing: Bilingual Speech in San Basilio de Palenque, Colombia”

Audrey Lumley-Sapanski

Audrey Lumley-Sapanski, Ph.D. Candidate, Geography


“Urban Agriculture and the Global South: A study of the Fresh Produce Commodity Chain Utilized by Urban Agriculturalists in Philippi Township”

Peter Mhando

Peter Mhando, Instructor in International Business in the Department of Risk Management


“Financing Bottom of the Pyramid (BOP) Entrepreneurs: CRDB's Supply Chain Lending Model vs NMB Quasi-Wholesale Lending Model in Tanzania”

Shirley Moody-Turner

Shirley Moody-Turner, Associate Professor of English and African American Studies


“‘Public/Private Activism in the Letters of Anna Julia Cooper’ in Writing from Within: Reading African American Letters”

Dana Naughton

Dana Naughton, Ph.D., Part Time Lecturer in Human Development and Family Studies


“Learning Through Adoption: The Intercountry Adoption Experiences of Canadian and Dutch Adopters of Children from the United States”

Leticia Oseguera

Leticia Oseguera, Assistant Professor, Department of Education Policy Studies


“Using Kenyan Institutional Data and Student Voice to Inform Undergraduate Students’ Time to Degree Completion”

Eric Plutzer

Eric Plutzer, Academic Director of Survey Research Center and Professor of Political Science and Sociology


“Race, Intersectionality, and Alienation from the Scientific Establishment”

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Daniel Pustay, Undergraduate Student, Science


“Understanding the Distribution of Public Health Funds to Treat Chronic Diseases in Kenya”

Vincent Ricciardi

Vincent Ricciardi, Graduate Student, Geography


“Participatory Approach to Sustainable Technologies for Orange and Purple Sweetpotatoes (STOPS) in Northern and Upper East regions of Ghana”

Kendra Taylor

Kendra Taylor, Graduate Student, Department of Education Policy Studies, Educational Leadership


“Peace Education as a Tool to Address Youth Violence and Delinquency in Morocco”

Anouar El Younssi

Anouar El Younssi, Ph.D. Candidate, Comparative Literature


“Revolutionary Breaths: Souffles/Anfas and the Moroccan Avant-Garde”