Office of Research & Creative Scholarship

FAFG Recipients FY2016

The Faculty Development and Research Council makes recommendations for the Faculty Advancement Fund Grant [FAFG] to support the scholarly and creative activities of the fullā€time tenured and tenure track faculty members. The Office of Academic Affairs administers the FAFG.

The Faculty Development and Research Council (FDRC) Fall 2014

  • Claudia Castaneda, Institute for Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Elizabeth Demski (Co-Chair), Office of Research and Creative Scholarship
  • Rhiannon Luyster, Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • Christina Marin, Performing Arts
  • Kimberly McLarin, Writing, Literature & Publishing
  • Kathryn Ramey (Co-Chair), Visual and Media Arts
  • Keri Thompson, Communication Studies
  • Seounmi Han Youn, Marketing Communication

FY2016 FAFG Faculty Grants Awarded

The Office of Academic Affairs thanks the FDRC members for their contribution of time in service to their faculty colleagues to review the applications and develop their recommendations. Congratulations to the following faculty FAFG recipients.

Yu-Jin Chang, Writing, Literature & Publishing
Disaster and Hope

Catherine D'Ignazio, Journalism
Sensor Journalism Research

John Craig Freeman, Visual and Media Arts
Border Memorial: Frontera de los Muertos

Weiko Lin, Visual and Media Arts

Megan Marshall, Writing, Literature & Publishing
Elizabeth Bishop: A Miracle for Breakfast

Nejem Raheem, Marketing Communication
Irrigation Behavioral Experiment to Motivate Contribution to Maintenance Fees in the Embudo Basin, New Mexico

Shujen Wang, Visual and Media Arts
Cloud and Online Piracy

Scott Wheeler, Performing Arts
Portraits and Tributes - Piano Music by Scott Wheeler

Sarah Zaidan, Visual and Media Arts
The Adventures of Ms. Meta