Faculty Grant Award History

2013-2014

Saladin Ambar, Department of Political Science, went to Paris to study international dimension of the struggle for racial justice and political rights for racial and ethnic minorities. Read the proposal (PDF).

Kiri Lee, Associate Professor, MLL/Director, Asian Studies Program, went to Japan to develop an official exchange with Kanazawa University. Read the proposal (PDF).

Anne Meltzer, Professor and Trembley Chair, Earth and Environmental Sciences traveled to Indonesia to explore joint research opportunities in subduction zone dynamics (earthquakes and faulting) and associated hazards, graduate student exchanges, and joint undergraduate international field experiences. Read the proposal (PDF).

Natasha Vermaak, PhD, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering & Mechanics visited France to enhance and develop collaborations with the University of Grenoble and partners in the area of computational materials design.  Read the proposal (PDF).

David A. Vicic, Department of Chemistry, went to United Kingdom to develop new collaborative ideas for research and teaching between my labs and the labs at the University of Oxford. Read the proposal (PDF).

Zach G. Zacharia, Associate Professor, Management Department, CBE traveled to India to develop research collaborations with faculty at Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore and Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. Read the proposal (PDF).

 

2012-2013

John Fox, from the civil and environmental engineering department, went to Germany to study pollution prevention technologies for foundries. Read the proposal (PDF) and report (PDF).

Corinne Post, from the management department, went to Switzerland to study how perceptions shape behavior on boards of directors. Read the proposal (PDF) and report (PDF).

Arup SenGupta, from the civil and environmental engineering department, went to Israel to develop collaboration with Technion University in membrane desalination research. Read the proposal (PDF) and report (PDF).

Dimitrios Vavylonis, from the physics department, went to Switzerland to study mating partner selection by fission. Read the proposal (PDF).

Cameron Wesson, from the sociology and anthropology department, went to England to propose collaboration with the University of York on the archaeologies of poverty. Read the proposal (PDF) and report (PDF).

Chao Zhou, from the electrical and computer engineering department, went to China to study optical biopsy using optical coherence technology. Read the proposal (PDF) and report (PDF).

2011-2012

Robert Flowers, from the chemistry department, went to Israel to study the design and development of sustainable chemical processes. Read the proposal (PDF).

Nitzan Lebovic, from the history department, went to Germany to study presentations of prophecy. Read the proposal (PDF).

Muhannad Suleiman, from the civil and environmental engineering department, went to Qatar to study the heat transfer and soil-structure interaction of pipelines. Read the proposal (PDF) and report (PDF).

Linda Lowe-Krentz, from the biological sciences department, went to Ireland to evaluate microbiology programs and biochemistry research collaboration at the National University of Ireland, Galway. Read the proposal (PDF) and report (PDF).

Clay Naito, from the civil and environmental engineering department, went to Italy to study blast resistance and structural integrity of structures. Read the proposal (PDF) and report (PDF).

Linghai Zhang, from the mathematics department, went to China to study the explicit bounded traveling wave solutions of the Fitzhugh-Nagumo Equations. Read the proposal (PDF) and report (PDF).

2010-2011

Gordon Bearn, from the philosophy department, went to Peru to connect with the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Peru. Read the proposal (PDF) and report (PDF).

Michael Burger, from the biological sciences department, went to Germany to study simultaneous pre- and postsynaptic activity. Read the proposal (PDF) and report (PDF).

Nandini Deo, from the political science department, went to India to establish an annual internship for Lehigh students at Gateway House. Read the proposal (PDF) and report (PDF).

Catherine Ridings, from the management department, went to Ireland to study online behavior and social networking in virtual communities and the use of information technology in local food systems. Read the proposal (PDF).

Masashi Watanabe, from the materials science and engineering department, went to Japan to study gum metal. Read the proposal (PDF) and report (PDF).

Zicheng Yu, from the earth and environmental sciences department, went to Germany to develop international modeling collaborations on peatlands and the global carbon cycle. Read the proposal (PDF) and report (PDF).

2009-2010

A. Peet Hickman, from the physics department, went to France to learn about methods of modeling chemical reactions. Read the proposal (PDF) and report (PDF).

Nik Nikolov, from the art, architecture and design department, went to Germany to study geometry, building units and methods of construction in masonry veneer wall systems. Read the proposal (PDF) and proposal (PDF).

Matthew Sanderson, from the sociology and anthropology department, went to Switzerland to present research and a colloquium talk at the Swiss Forum for Migration and Population Studies. Read the proposal (PDF).

Tanya Saunders, from the sociology and anthropology department, went to Brazil to develop research with the Laboratory for Ethnography and Studies on Communication, Culture and Cognition at the Universidade Federal Fluminense. Read the proposal (PDF) and report (PDF).