Library awards $400 collections grants to faculty
Penfield Library awarded its Faculty Teaching and Research Collections Grants to 11 faculty members in April. The grants of $400 each support faculty members’ research interests or curriculum needs of the students in their courses.
This year’s Faculty Teaching and Research Collections Grants were awarded to Daria Bakina of the psychology department in the area of social cognition; Sandra Bargainnier of the health, promotion and wellness department in the areas of worksite health promotion and wellness, classroom assessment, and curriculum development and assessment; Charlotte Cartwright of the history department in the areas of medieval families, gender and political power; Ceylan Cizmeli of the psychology department in the areas of intimate partner violence and prenatal maternal stress on adverse birth outcomes; Fiona Coll of the English and creative writing department in the areas of 19th century literature, technology and culture; Craig Graci of the computer science department in the area of cognitive musicology; Christopher Harris of the computer science department in the area of human-computer interaction; Mark Kulikowski of the history department in the areas of Russian history, Cold War, Vietnam War and American foreign relations; David Lambie of the philosophy department in the areas of meta ethics, moral psychology and moral motivation; Tamara Sullivan of the counseling and psychological services department in the areas of professional practice in the schools and child and family mental health; and Georgina Whittingham of the modern languages and literatures department in the area of contemporary Spanish narrative.
The material purchased will enhance the Penfield collection in the chosen subject areas. Each title will receive a distinctive label with the faculty member’s name and department.
New books—Eight of the 2014 faculty recipients of Faculty Teaching and Research Collections Grants look over books their awards have brought to Penfield Library.
(Posted: Aug 25, 2014)