Stonehill Faculty Focus 2009
Maryjean Viano Crowe, associate professor of fine arts, Arts Outreach: Mentoring Through Photography and Visual Arts, Brockton Police Activity League, $1,721, Massachusetts Service Alliance, $12,443.
Gregory Galer, curator of Industrial History Collections and Local History, Conservation Treatment of the Ames Shovel Collection Stonehill Industrial History Center, Institute of Museum and Library Services, $56,288, Stonehill Industrial History Collections, Nancy Ames, $7,500.
Joseph Favazza, associate vice president for academic affairs and dean of the faculty and Stacy Grooters, director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, Establishing the Office of Community-Based Learning in the Center for Teaching and Learning at Stonehill College, Davis Educational Foundation, $238,959.
André Goddu, professor of history and philosophy of science, Lukwik Antoni Birkenmajer's Copernicus, Marion and Jasper Whiting Foundation, $4,690.
Leslie Goldberg, assistant professor and director of the music program, Meet the Composer/Gwyneth Walker: Composer in Residence, New England Foundation for the Arts, $1,000.
Louis Liotta, professor and chair of chemistry; Marilena Hall, associate professor of chemistry; Magdalena James-Pederson, assistant professor of chemistry; and Rachel Hirst '98, Instructor of Biology at Massasoit Community College, Access to the Science Education of a Four-Year Liberal Arts College for Economically Disadvantaged Students, National Science Foundation/Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S-STEM), $600,000.
Shari Lowin, associate professor of religious studies and program director of Middle Eastern and Asian Studies, Sex and God: On Arabic and Hebrew Erotic Love Poetry in Medieval Andalusia, Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture, $5,000.
Diane Peabody, research professor of biology; Robert Peabody, professor of biology; Maura Tyrrell, professor of biology; and Magdalena James-Pederson, assistant professor of chemistry, The Potential for Dynamic Remodeling by Selection among Cell Lines within Armillaria gallica Individuals, National Science Foundation (RUI augmentation), $53,509.
Debra Salvucci, associate professor and chair of business administration, Enhancements to the Business Administration's Trading Room, Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation, $10,000.
Cheryl Schnitzer, assistant professor of chemistry, Marilena Hall, associate professor of chemistry, Louis Liotta, professor and chair of chemistry, Project SEED Summer 2008, American Chemistry Society and the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, $10,000.
Kevin Spicer, C.S.C., associate professor of history, Catholic-Jewish Dialogue Committee Speaker Series, Nehemias Gorin Foundation, $5,000.
Leon Tilley, associate professor of chemistry, Investigation of Silyl Eliminations of Cyclobutyl and Biclobutyl Systems as Potential New Routes to Tetrahedrance and Strained Hydrocarbon Fuels for Solid-Oxide Fuel Cells, Office of Naval Research, $33,590.