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Fall 2021:
  • NSF Research Coordination Networks in Undergraduate Biology Education (RCN-UBE) Award: Suann Yang and Rachel Pigg (University of Louisville), $499,978 for Biologists and Graph Interpretation (BioGraphI): Professional development for an online curriculum to foster data literacy and value diverse identities
  • NSF Major Research Instrumentation Award: Kazushige Yokoyama, Dori Farthing, Jani Lewis, Nicholas Warner, James Aimers, $210,132 for Acquisition of a Three-Dimensional Raman Imaging System for the Integrated Science Center (ISC) of SUNY Geneseo
  • NEH American Rescue Plan: Humanities Organizations Award: Michael Oberg, $172,692 to support a Director for the Geneseo Center for Local and Municipal History for one year and 21 undergraduate student internships with local historians
  • Introducing Nicole Manapol, Community Development Specialist in the Center For Integrative Learning
  • Jack Miller Center Award: Carly Herold and Aaron Herold, $15,000 renewal award for the SUNY Geneseo Forum on Constitutionalism and Democracy
  • Student Spotlight: Brian Woodworth '22, Metabolic Activity of Deep-sea Fishes
  • Student Spotlight: Tyler Grasso, '22, Journalists’ Perceptions of Mass Shootings
Fall 2020:
  • NSF S-STEM AWARD: Jani Lewis, Eric Helms, Anne Pellerin, Amy Sheldon, and Melissa Sutherland, $1 Million for STEM Scholarships
  • NSF IUSE Award: Jeff Peterson, Rabeka Alam, and Eric Helms, 3 Faculty, 3 Years, $300,000
  • Student Spotlight: Christina Interlichia ’21, Using Children’s Literature to Develop Mindfulness and Improve Behavior
  • Student Spotlight: Abigale O’Connor, ’22, Creating of a Digital Archive of Soil Properties
  • Faculty Focus: Alla Myzelev, Art History, Art Historian and World Citizen
Spring 2020:
  • NSF ADVANCE: Organizational Change for Gender Equity in STEM Academic Professions Award: Wendy Pogozelski and Karleen West, $883,753 for ADVANCE Partnership: Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges Partnering and Liaising Across the Nation
  • Council on Library and Information Resources Recordings at Risk Award: James Kimball, $45,000 award for New York State Square Dance Tradition: Digitizing the Recordings of James W. Kimball Collection
  • NEA Foundation Award: Sharon Peck and Amy Shema (SUNY Brockport), $5,000 for Gaming to Learn: Incorporating games for maximizing interdisciplinary learning
  • Student Spotlight: Natalie Hayes ’20, A Cross-Section of the Restroom
  • Student Spotlight: Shreyya Malik ’20, Environmental Enrichment as a Treatment for Cocaine Relapse
Fall 2019:
  • Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Award: William Anyan, Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research at the College of Health Sciences in the University of Ghana
  • GROW STEM (Geneseo Reaching Out to Women and under-represented groups in STEM) and 2019 Inspiring Programs in STEM Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine: Anne Pellerin
  • SUNY Innovative Instruction Technology Grant (IITG) and Conversations in the Desciplines (CID) Awards: Paul Schacht, for A Laboratory-Based Introduction to Digital Scholarly Editing and Sustaining Digital Projects, Sustaining Careers, respectively
  • Student Spotlight: Christopher Lepore ’21, Olivia Smith ‘21, an Heather Wood '21, Effects of Meiotic Drive on Developing Eye-Stalks in Stalk-Eyed Flies
  • Student Spotlight: Maya Craig ’21, Stephanie Alvarez Merlos ’21, and Quendel Williams ’21, Genetic Analysis of Small-Eyed Mutant Zebrafish
Spring 2019:
  • Faculty Focus: Kevin Militello and Bob O'Donnell, Biology, Collaborating Through the Years
  • Faculty Focus: Annmarie Urso, Education, Launching and Sustaining Soaring Stars
  • Student Spotlight: Lydia Cort ’21, Catherine Curley ’20, Rachel Renders ’19, and Amanda Beechinor ’19, Project Feeder Watch
  • Student Spotlight: Hannah Fahy ’20, Madeline Reichler ’20, Sarah Lilley ’19, Steph Adams ’20, Jessica Bansbach ’20, and Vanessa Cepeda ’19, Making Safe Zone Intersectional at Seneca Falls Dialogues, Seneca Falls, NY
Fall 2018:
  • Faculty Focus: Jason Ozubko, Psychology; Nick Warner, Geological Sciences.
  • Student Spotlight:Greg Vinal '19, Mathematics; Molly Brady '19, Neuroscience
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