ORE’s Spring 2022 Internal Research Awards include 6 CAS projects

Posted on August 10, 2022

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Arts and Humanities 

Bender, Jill, “Assisted Emigrants: Irish Female Migration Projects and the British Empire,” Department of History*

Voelker, Emily, “Circulating Pictures/Contested Geographies: Photography, Native American Sovereignty & the French Atlantic Imaginary,” School of Art

Jashari, Denisa, “Cartographies of Conflict: Political Culture and Urban Space in Santiago, Chile, 1872-1994,” Department of History*

Lawrimore, Erin, “From “Hobby Project” to Economic Driver: Exploring the 40 Year History of Craft Brewing in North Carolina,” University Libraries

Social and Behavioral Sciences 

Epstein, Crystal, “Longitudinal Effects of Depression on Stress Physiology During Pregnancy,” Department of Family and Community Nursing

Levenson, Zachary, “The South African Tradition of Racial Capitalism,” Department of Sociology*

Tucker, Denise / Kaplan, Alicia, “Making Connections: Online Group Aural Rehabilitation for Late-Deafened Adults with Cochlear Implants,” Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Physical and Natural Sciences 

Josephs, Eric, “High-resolution, intra-host spatial mapping of viral mutations in an RNA virus,” Department of Nanoscience

Ahmed, Suzanne, “Investigation of the Mechanism of Emergence of Collective Behavior in Motile Cilia using Model Artificial Cilia,” Department of Nanoscience

Erovenko, Igor, “Novel models of social interactions in realistic populations,” Department of Mathematics and Statistics*

Creative and Performing Arts 

Skorski, Edwin, Location-Specific Sound-Sculpture,” Department of Interior Architecture*

Young, Clarice, “The Movement Style of Choreographer Ronald K. Brown,” School of Dance

Frierson, Michael, “Tighten and distribute a documentary on Fred Chappell,” Department of Media Studies*

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