Recipients of the Provost’s Scholarship Development Awards for calendar year 2008 were announced recently.
The Provost’s Scholarship Development Awards program, previously known as the Provost’s Research Fellowships, offers eligible faculty an opportunity for release time from teaching for one semester to engage in a long-term research project.
This competitive program is designed to support and promote long-term research projects that cannot be funded via other, more traditional avenues.
The recipients for 2008 are:
Zeljko Boskovic, Professor,
“Non Phrase or Determiner Phrase,” Spring 2008
Michael P. Lynch, Associate
“Truth as One and Many,”Spring 2008
Thomas Recchio, Associate
“The Cultural Uses of Cranford,” Spring 2008
Altina Waller, Professor, History
“Sexual Politics in Andrew Jackson’s Washington,” Spring 2008