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Spring 2011 Grant Recipients

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Who We Are

Tutaleni Asino

Tutaleni Asino, Ph.D. Candidate, Dual-Title Degree Candidate: Instructional Systems program, Department of Learning and Performance Systems & Comparative and International Education Program in the Department of Education Policy Studies

College of Education


“mLearning in Namibia”

Lee Ann Banaszak

Lee Ann Banaszak, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, Departments of Political Science and Women’s Studies

"An Intersectional Analysis of Women’s Movement Activists in the Federal Bureaucracy"

Shruthi Baskaran

Shruthi Baskaran, Undergraduate Student, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

"The Global Jugaad Commons: Cross-Pollinating Concepts Across Cultures"

Linda Caldwell

Linda Caldwell, Professor, Department/Organization Recreation, Park and Tourism Management and Human Development and Family Studies; Director, Health and Human Development Global Leadership Initiative

"Evaluating Two Programs at the Children and Youth Empowerment Centre in Nyeri, Kenya"

Jenna Christian

Jenna Christian, Graduate Student, Department of Geography


"Transformation of the Women’s Peace Movement in Post-war Liberia"

Donaldson Conserve

Donaldson Conserve, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of 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"

Emily Smith-Greenaway

Emily Smith-Greenaway, Ph.D. Candidate, Sociology & Demography.


"Parental Education and Child Health in Malawi: Examining the Role of Literacy & Communication Skills"

Kimberly Griffin

Kimberly Griffin, Assistant Professor, Department of Education Policy Studies, Center for the Study of Higher Education

"Exploring the Educational Experiences of Black Immigrants (EEEBI) Project"

Jessica Heckert

Jessica Heckert, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Demography Dual-Degree Program


"Youth Transitions and Youth Migration: The Haitian Experience"

Elizabeth Lee

Elizabeth Lee, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Psychology


"Bitter Reproach or Sweet Revenge: Cultural Norms for Responding to Racism"

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Michael New, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of English

"Instrumental Voices: Experimental Black Writing and Jazz Intertextuality"

Jamie Shinn

Jamie Shinn, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Geography


"The Political Ecology of Resource Access and Livelihoods in the Okavango Delta, Botswana"

Patricia Jabbeh Wesley

Patricia Jabbeh Wesley, Assistant Professor of English, Department of English (Arts & Humanities Division)

"Engaging Contemporary Africa through Teaching, Research and Outreach"