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Heather Bleakley

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Margaret Pierce, assistant professor of education, Children’s Hospital Neurology Foundation, Sponsored Services Agreement-Learning Disabilities Program, $10,400.

Debra Salvucci

  • Debra Salvucci, associate professor and chair of business administration, Eastern Bank, Eastern Bank Student Research and Professional Development Opportunity Fund, $10,000.

Cheryl Schnitzer

  • 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

  • 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.

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