Heather Bleakley, assistant professor of biology, National Science Foundation CAREER (Faculty Early Career Development Program), Genetic Architecture and Proximate Mechanisms Underlying Indirect Genetic Effects on Cooperative Antipredator Behavior, $899,000.
Corey Dolgon, director of the Office of Community Based Learning and professor of sociology, Massachusetts Campus Compact, AmeriCorps*VISTA Assignment 2014-15, approximately $30,000.
Joseph Favazza and James Lies, C.S.C.
Joseph Favazza, provost and vice president of academic affairs and James Lies, vice president for mission, Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities, Catholic Intellectual Traditions Faculty Workshop, $2,500.
Stacy Grooters, director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, The Center for Contemplative Mind in Society, Invited Speaker Grant, $500.
Stacy Grooters, director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, POD Network, Diversity Committee Educational Development Internship Grant, $5,200.
Kathleen McNamara, Assistant Professor, Education Department Chair and Director of Licensure, Placement & Supervision, the National Inclusion Project, the Kevin and Kathleen Gould Family Foundation, the Pilgrim Foundation, the Mentor Network Charitable Foundation, and the Reebok Foundation, Camp Shriver at Stonehill College, $29,850.
Sean Mulholland, associate professor of economics, Charles Koch Foundation, Exploring Liberty Economics Seminar, $20,000.
Sean Mulholland, associate professor of economics, Charles Koch Foundation, Graduate Student Mentoring, $1,000.
Michael Mullen, assistant professor of finance, BlumShapiro, Wolf and Company, Ernst and Young, PwC, Beta Alpha Psi Accounting Society Corporate Sponsorship support, $4,000.
Erin O’Hea, associate professor of psychology, National Institutes of Health (NIH)/National Cancer Institute (NCI), Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR Phase 1), Polaris Oncology Survivorship Transition (POST) System, $300,001 (in affiliation with UMass Medical School and Polaris Health Directions).
Margaret Pierce, assistant professor of education, Children’s Hospital Neurology Foundation, Sponsored Services Agreement-Learning Disabilities Program, $10,400.
Debra Salvucci, associate professor and chair of business administration, Eastern Bank, Eastern Bank Student Research and Professional Development Opportunity Fund, $10,000.
Cheryl Schnitzer, associate professor of chemistry, and Louis Liotta, chair and professor of chemistry, American Chemical Society and the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, Project SEED Summer 2014, $12,500.
Kevin P. Spicer, C.S.C.
Kevin Spicer, James J. Kennelly Distinguished Professor of History, Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Catholics, Nazis, Jews: The Scourge of Christian Antisemitism in Germany, 1918-1945, $6,000.
Peter Ubertaccio, Associate Dean for Interdisciplinary Programs, Associate Professor of Political Science, and Director, Martin Institute for Law & Society, Trustees of the Home for Aged Men in the City of Brockton, Martin Institute Senior Enrichment Program, $25,000.