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AdvanceRIT Connect Grants Awarded

2016-17 AY Awardees

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Development of Categorical Perception in Sign and Speech: Preliminary Investigations
Emily Prud'hommeaux, College of Liberal Arts, English

Co-PI(s)-Joseph Bochner, Matt Huenerfauth, and Vince Samar


Mentorship for an Interdisciplinary Numerical and Experimental Investigation for Colloidal Transport within Evaporating Droplets under an Electric Field

Kara Maki, College of Science, School of Mathematical Sciences

Co-PI-Michael Schertzer


Mathematical Sciences Peer-to-Peer Mentoring Group on Advising Student Researchers

Laura Munoz, College of Science, School of Mathematical Sciences

Co-PI(s)-Manuela Campanelli and Nathan Cahill


WISe Distinguished Seminar Series

Leslie Kate Wright, College of Science, Thomas H Gosnell School of Life Sciences

Co-PI(s)-Lea Michel and Sukanya Chakrabarti


Development of a Women in Liberal Arts Group

M. Ann Howard, College of Liberal Arts, Department of Science, Technology, and Society

Co-PI(s)-Silvia Benso, Caroline Delong, Jessica Lieberman, and Corinna Schlombs


RIT Women’s Research Colloquium Series presented by CREW

Robin Cass, College of Imaging Arts & Sciences, Associate Dean and Professor

Co-PI(s)-Betsy Dell, Callie Babbitt, Dhireesha Kudithipudi, and Stephanie Ludi


Supporting Young Investigator’s Career Advancement through Mentoring and Collaboration

Anju Gupta, Kate Gleason College of Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering

Co-PI-Satish Kandlikar


International Collaboration: Understanding Trauma in Culturally Diverse Northern Nigeria

Conerly Casey, College of Liberal Arts, Sociology/Anthropology


Charting a Course Towards Full Professor

Adrienne Decker, College of Computing & Information Sciences, Interactive Games & Media


Health Information Technology Adoption and Usage in the Greater Rochester Area

Manlu Liu, Saunders College of Business

Co-PI(s)-Sean Hansen and Quang Bui


Salivary Testing Training: Extending RIT Faculty Expertise and Mentoring in Behavioral Science

Stephanie Godleski, College of Liberal Arts, Psychology

Co-PI-Joseph Baschnagel