Margaret Boyle (Romance Languages and Literatures) and her collaborator at Bates College were awarded a Summer Seminar & Institute grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for their project titled Identity and Multilingualism through Picture Books.
Christopher Chong (Mathematics) was awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation for his project titled RUI: Dispersive shock waves in nonlinear lattices: theory, simulation and application.
Danielle Dube (Chemistry) was awarded a renewal grant from the National Institutes of Health for her project titled R15: Deciphering Helicobacter pylori's glycocode: uncovering and harnessing drug targets.
Patty Jones (Biology) was awarded a grant from Canada's Department of the Environment ("Environment and Climate Change Canada") for her project titled, Climate change effects and implications for recovery planning of the Leach's Storm-petrel.
Jens Klenner (German) was awarded a grant from the German Embassy for Campus Weeks 2021 programming titled Time to Act.
Alex Marzano-Lesnevich (English) was awarded a Transatlantic Media Fellowship from the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Foundation in support of their writing project about transgender issues and the self-id movement in Germany.
Stephen Naculich (Physics) was awarded a renewal grant from the National Science Foundation for his project titled RUI: Amplitudes in Gauge Theory and Gravity.
Eric Ramos (Mathematics) was awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation for his project titled LEAPS-MPS: The representation theory of combinatorial categories.
Kana Takematsu (Chemistry/Biochemistry) was awarded a CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation for her project titled Bridging Photoacids and Photobases with Schiff base Platforms.