Sabbatical and Other Leaves
This page lists those faculty who were most recently granted either a Sabbatical Leave or a Fulbright Scholar Leave.
The objective of a sabbatical leave is to increase the faculty member's value to the College and thereby improve and enrich its programs. Sabbatical leaves are for the purposes of planned travel, study, formal education, research, writing, or other experience of professional value; they are not regarded as a reward for service nor as a vacation or rest period occurring automatically at stated intervals.
The following faculty have been granted a sabbatical leave during the 2023-24 academic year.
Annual Year 2023-24
- Aaron Herold, Political Science & International Relations, Democracy: Populism, Imperialism, and Revolution. A Study in Modern Political Thought
- Anand Rao, Political Science & International Relations, Close the Door Because of China, Open the Door Because of China: Japan's Immigration Dilemma
- Beverly Evans, Global Languages & Cultures, French Women Musicians and Artists of the Interwar Period (1918-1939)
- Caroline Haddad, Mathematics, Retooling to Data Analytics to Refresh My Career and Aid Our Students
- Denise Scott, Sociology, Student Aspirations, Well-being and the Construction of Gender, Class, and Nation in Northern India
- Ian Alam, School of Business, Using Social Media for Customer Interaction During New Service Development Process in the Emerging Markets
- Jennifer Rogalsky, Geography & Sustainability Studies, Historic Redlining & Recruitment Redlining: The Geography of College Opportunity - Rochester City School District and SUNY Geneseo
- Kazushige Yokoyama, Chemistry, Investigation of protein folding (molecular Origami) over nano-gold surface and an establishment of Raman imaging system for chemical/biological/geological samples at SUNY Geneseo Integrated Science Center
- Alla Myzelev, Art History, Fashion of Dissent: Masculinity, Representation and Gender Identity in the Soviet and Post-Soviet Space
- Amy Sheldon, Geological Sciences, Focused Progress on NSF-funded Research to Support STEM Students
- Jennifer Guzman, Anthropology, Book Projects in Linguistic-Medical Anthropology and Intercultural Medicine
- Josephine Reinhardt, Biology, The Ecosystem of Genomic Conflicts in Stalk-eyed Flies
- Lisa Meyer, Sociology, The effects of women's artisanal trade cooperatives on bargaining power in the household and intra-household resource allocation: the case of Morocco
- Pouya Seifzadeh, School of Business, Effect of Perceived Home Country Susceptibility to Third-Country Political Pressure on International Alliance Structures
- Sarah Burch, Biology, Functional consequences of extreme limb reduction: modeling forelimb function in theropod dinosaurs
Information about the eligibility and criteria for sabbatical leaves may be found on the Provost Office's wiki (Geneseo log in required).
Fulbright Scholar Leave
The Fulbright Scholar Program is one of the most widely recognized and prestigious international exchange programs in the world and is open to faculty and professionals at all stages of their careers, including retirement. The program, which supports activities and projects that promote the relationship between educational exchange and international understanding, provides grants to support research or teaching in a participating country for a set duration of time (often the equivalent of one academic semester or a full academic year).
The following faculty received 2022-23 Fulbright U.S. Scholar awards:
- Scott Giorgis, Geological Sciences ~ Paleomagnetic Insights into Fault Movement in the Northern Andes, Barranquilla, Colombia
- D. Jeffrey Over, Geological Sciences ~ Collaborative Studies and Teaching in Geological Sciences: Event Stratigraphy, Cyclostratigraphy and Astrochronology, and Research Investigation of Environmental Changes During the Late Devonian Global Crisis, Brno, Czech Republic