Corey Dolgon, director of the Office of Community- Based Learning and professor of sociology, Massachusetts Campus Compact, AmeriCorps*VISTA Assignment 2013-14, approximately $42,000.

Cheryl McGrath, director of the MacPháidín Library, George Alden Trust, Capital Support for Library Technology Classroom, $140,000.

Kathleen McNamara, director of licensure, placement and supervision, and chair of education, Camp Shriver 2014, Pilgrim Foundation, $500; National Inclusion Project, $30,000.

Sean Mulholland, associate professor of economics, Institute for Human Studies Friedman Faculty Fund, Planting the Seeds for Undergraduate Research, $4,000.

Michael Mullen, assistant professor of business administration, Corporate Support for Beta Alpha Psi, the Accounting Honor Society, G.T. Reilly & Company, $1,000; PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, $1,000.

Margaret Pierce, assistant professor of education, Children’s Hospital Neurology Foundation, Sponsored Services Agreement – Learning Disabilities Program, $7,000.

George Piggford, C.S.C., associate professor of English, Reconsidering Flannery O’Connor, Summer Institute Scholar, National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), $3,300.

Shane Savage-Rumbaugh, associate professor of visual and performing arts, Massachusetts Cultural Council, Artist Fellowship, $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 2013, $6,000.

Candice Smith Corby, Secured and Fortified, Awesome Foundation, $1,000 and Blanket Fort Series/Paintings, Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation/Artist’s Resource Fund (A.R.T.).

Kevin Spicer, C.S.C., professor of history, and James J. Kenneally, distinguished professor of history, American Philosophical Society, Franklin Travel Grant, $6,000.

Peter Ubertaccio, director of the Martin Institute, chair and associate professor of political science and international studies, Howard Home, Martin Institute Senior Enrichment Program, $20,000.