Four UMN Morris Faculty Members Earn Research Awards
Four University of Minnesota Morris faculty members received Grant-in-Aid of Research, Artistry, and Scholarship program (GIA) awards in the fall round.
GIA promotes the research, scholarly, and artistic activities of faculty and supports academic excellence throughout the University of Minnesota.
Morris Campus Recipients
Adam Coon, assistant professor of Spanish
The Serpent's Feathers: Nahua Philosophies in Migration
Michael Lackey, professor of English
The Irish Biographical Novel
Angela Hume, assistant professor of English
Lyric Interiors: The Ecological Poetics of Women's Health Writing and Activism, 1970s-Present
Nadezhda Sotirova, assistant professor of communications, media, and rhetoric
Never come back: Identity negotiations and the context of post-socialism in discourses on migration in Bulgaria
Grant-in-Aid funds are used to support independent research, acting as seed money for developing projects to the point of attracting more complete, external funding. Learn more at research.umn.edu.