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Recent Awards

2018-2019

Loretta Aller, Ph.D. (c), R.N., C.N.S., Austin Bailey Health and Wellness Foundation, Challenge Grant, “Enhancing Stark County Nursing Education for Patient Safety Using a Mobile Medication Administration Simulation Cart,” ($10,000).

P. Dillon, Ph.D., SAMHSA, Targeted Capacity Expansion: Medication-Assisted Treatment – Prescription Drug and Opioid Addiction, “MAT – Opioid Buffalo Valley Evaluation Project,” ($15,000), as subaward with S. Kedia, Ph.D., University of Memphis.

P. Dillon, Ph.D., SAMHSA, Targeted Capacity Expansion: Medication-Assisted Treatment – Prescription Drug and Opioid Addiction, “MAT – Opioid Mending Hearts Evaluation Project,” ($15,000), as subaward with S. Kedia, Ph.D., University of Memphis.

K. Garchar, Ph.D. and M. Shew, Ph.D., American Philosophical Association, Diversity and Inclusiveness Donor Fund, “Philosophy for Girls: An Invitation to the Life of Thought,” ($1,000).
 
M. Gasper-Hulvat, Ph.D., Kent State University Research Council, Professional Conference Travel, “The Politics of Malevich’s Peasant Iconography,” International Symposium: Malevich’s Vision of Politics, Collège Universitaire de Sciences Po, Dijon (France) Campus, December 6-7, 2018, ($750).

K. Kalgreen, Kent State University, Seeds of Wellness Program, “Counseling Services Student Engagement and Outreach,” ($998).

K. Kalgreen, Ohio Counseling Association, AOCC Tim Luckhaupt Grant, OCA All Ohio Counselors Conference, November 7-9, 2018, Columbus, ($500).

A. Bathi Kasturiarachi, Ph.D., C. Kauth, Ph.D., R.N., and G. Smith, Ph.D., Ohio Department of Higher Education, Choose Ohio First STEMM Scholarships, AY 2020, ($100,737).

C. Kauth, Ph.D. and T. Motter, Ph.D., Ohio Department of Higher Education, Choose Ohio First STEMM Scholarships, AY2020, ($89,600).

Adam Larison, D.M.A., Ohio Arts Council, ArtSTART Program, Third Annual “Kent State Stark Guitar Weekend” ($2,720). 

D. Mukherjee, Ph.D., Kent State University Research Council, Professional Conference Travel, Keynote: “One Belt One Road: The Purpose, the Goals, and the Challenges,” 9th International Trade and Academic Research Conference (ITARC), London, United Kingdom, November 5-6, 2018, ($750).

E. Ribnik, Ohio Counseling Association, AOCC Tim Luckhaupt Grant, OCA All Ohio Counselors Conference, November 7-9, 2018, Columbus, ($500).

H. Zourrig, Ph.D., Association for Consumer Research, Transformative Consumer Research Grant, “The Effects of Adaptive and Maladaptive Consumption on Refugee Consumer’s Well-being: The Moderating Effects of Social Support,” ($1,810).


2017-2018

Brian Chopko, Ph.D., Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation, Mental Health Grant, “Tracking Posttrauma Adjustment in Police Officers,” through Summa Health with PI P. Palmieri, Ph.D.

Jennifer Cunningham, Ph.D., National Council of Teachers of English, Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), Emergent Researcher Award, “Cross-Institutional Study of Communities of Inquiry (CoI) in Blended and Online Composition Courses,” with Lyra Hilliard, M.F.A., University of Maryland; Mary K. Stewart, Ph.D., Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Natalie Stillman-Webb, Ph.D., University of Utah, ($10,000).

Jennifer Cunningham, Ph.D., Kent State University Research Council, Scholarly Activity Grant, “Cross-Institutional Study of Communities of Inquiry (CoI) in Blended and Online Courses” ($2,040).

Amy Damrow, Ph.D., Kent State University, College of Education, Health and Human Services, Seed Award, “Dialogue among Pre-Service Teachers across Distance and Difference,” ($4,663).

Amy Damrow, Ph.D., The Research Council of Kent State University, 2018 Summer Research/Creative Activity Appointment, “Dialogue Among Pre-Service Teachers Across Distance and Difference,” ($10,000).

Patrick Dillon, Ph.D., The Research Council of Kent State University, 2018 Summer Research Appointment, “African Americans and End-of-Life Care:  Assessing Young Adults’ Perceptions of Advance Care Planning and Hospice,” ($10,000).

Clarke Earley, Ph.D., Applied Separations, 2018 Supercritical Fluids (SCF) Educational Grant, “Spe-ed SFE Prime and the Prime Package” ($30,000+).

Clarke Earley, Ph.D., Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh, 2018 College Equipment Grants Program, “Education-Grade Polarimeters and Accessories to Enhance Teaching and Learning at Kent State University at Stark,” ($5,298).

Marie Gasper-Hulvat, Ph.D., The Research Council of Kent State University, 2018 Summer Research Appointment, “Constructing Myths of Malevich: Artistic Identity during Stalin’s Cultural Revolution,” ($10,000).

Marie Gasper-Hulvat, Ph.D., Kent State University Research Council, Conference Travel Grant, Association for Slavic, East European, & Eurasian Studies (ASEESS) Conference, Chicago, IL, November 9-12, 2017 ($750).

Marie Gasper-Hulvat, Ph.D., Kent State University Teaching Council, Conference Travel Grant, SECAC Conference, Columbus, OH, October 25-28, 2017 ($800).

Claudia Gomez, Ph.D., Deepraj Mukherjee, Ph.D., and Lucas Engelhardt, Ph.D., Portage Foundation, Grant Program, “The role of agglomeration economies and social capital in economic development through entrepreneurial activity: The case of the small downtown redevelopment,” ($2,000).

J. Jones with J. McWhorter, M.F.A., Knight Foundation, Knight Arts Challenge, “As A Community We Will Lift You: A Mural Project for Summit County Jobs and Family Services Building in Akron, Ohio,” ($11,000).

Adam Larison, D.M.A., Ohio Arts Council, ArtSTART Program, “2nd Annual Kent State Stark Guitar Weekend,” ($3,328).

Adam Larison, D.M.A., Arts Midwest Touring Fund, “Kent State Stark Guitar Weekend,” ($500).

Deepraj Mukherjee, Ph.D., Kent State University, College of Business Administration, Research Grant, “Location Strategies of Emerging Country Multinationals: Evidence from Indian Firms,” ($1,200).

Mark Nowakowski, D.M.A., The John Paul II Foundation for the Sacred Arts, Grants Program, Performance and recording of a new choral work, ‘tu autem Domine’,“ ($1,000).

Victor Pavona, Ohio Development Services Agency, Small Business Development Center Fiscal Year 2018, ($112,876).

Kelly Piero, Walmart Foundation Community Grant, “Kent State Stark Boo U Festival,” ($750).

Chris Post, Ph.D., Kent State University Teaching Council, Teaching Development Grant, 2018 Summer Special Topics Course: “Campus and Community Garden,” ($1,000).

Emily Ribnik, Kent State University, College of Education, Health and Human Services, Counselor Education and Supervision Professional Development Travel Award, “American College Counseling Association 2018 National Conference, Charlotte, NC, 2/22-2/25/2018; presenting at session titled, ‘Supervision after Major Unusual Incidents at College Campuses,’” ($418).

Emily Ribnik, Kent State University, Graduate Student Senate, Domestic Travel Award for Spring 2018, “American College Counseling Association 2018 National Conference, Charlotte, NC, 2/22-2/25/2018; presenting at session titled, ‘Supervision after Major Unusual Incidents at College Campuses,’” ($415).

Emily Ribnik, Ohio Counseling Association, OCA Tim Luckhaupt AOCC Grant, All Ohio Counselors Conference Registration and Travel, Hyatt Regency Columbus, November 8-10, 2017, ($1,000).

Carrie Schweitzer, Ph.D., Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation, Environmental Education and Stewardship Grant, “Kent State Stark Teaching and Learning Green Space Initiative: Plants through the Ages,” ($10,000).

Carrie Schweitzer, Ph.D. and R. Feldman, Ph.D., National Science Foundation, EAR, Sedimentary Geology and Paleobiology, “Travel support for student and amateur participation in the 9th International Crustacean Congress, Washington, D.C., May 22-25, 2018,” ($11,032).

Sarah Schmidt and Sara Koopman, Ph.D., 100,000 Strong in the Americas and U.S. State Department, Innovation Fund Grant in the Colombia-U.S. Rural Education for Peace Competition, “Peacebuilding in Colombia Collaborative,” ($25,000).

Anthony Sterns, Ph.D. and Joel Hughes, Ph.D, National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Mental Health, “Improving Outcomes with a Novel Tardive Dyskinesia Detection System,” ($260,928).

Amber Wallace, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, 2018-2019 Nursing Student Loan (NSL) Program, ($30,000).

Haithem Zourrig, Ph.D. and Deepraj Mukherjee, Ph.D., Kent State University Teaching Council, 2018 Summer Teaching Development Grant, “Simulation for Entrepreneurship and Business Students,” ($9,000).