Grant Recipients

Recent Faculty Honors and Grants (since July 1, 2022)

Thomas Baumgarte (Physics and Astronomy) was a awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation for his project titled RUI: Studies in Numerical Relativity (NSF Award No. 2308821).

Katherine Dauge-Roth (Romance Languages and Literatures) was awarded a summer stipend from the National Endowment for the Humanities for her project titled Defining Blackness: Early Public Debates about Skin Color at Theophraste Renaudot's Bureau d'adresse et de rencontre (Paris 1640).

Manuel Diaz-Rios (Neuroscience/Biology) was awarded a grant from the Grass Foundation for his project titled Interactive Neurophysiology Workshop to Promote Neuroscience Research in Undergraduate Colleges in Puerto Rico.

Danielle Dube (Chemistry) was awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation for her project titled RUI: Sugar Probes to Track Utilization, Uptake, and Processing of Monosaccharides by Bacteria (NSF Award No. 2247752).

Laura Henry (Russian) and her colleagues in the Department of Russian were awarded a one-year Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) position through the Fulbright FLTA Program.

Fe McBride (Physics and Astronomy) was awarded a grant from NASA for her project titled XXM-Newton AO-21: X-ray sources and neutrinos: Investigating the most promising IceCube neutrinos.

Alison Riley Miller (Education) and her collaborator from the Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance were awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation for their project titled Bridging Preschool and Kindergarten Science: Exploring play-based engagement with scientific and engineering practices in early-learning environments (NSF Award No. 2201674).