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Five UMN Morris Faculty Members Receive Grant-In-Aid Awards

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Author: 
Trina Vue
Publication date: 
May 23, 2018

Five University of Minnesota, Morris faculty members received awards in the spring 2018 grant round of the University of Minnesota Grant-in-Aid of Research, Artistry, and Scholarship program (GIA).

Based on the belief that faculty research, scholarly, and artistic efforts encourage academic excellence throughout the institution, the Office of the Vice President for Research administers the awards, which act as seed money for developing projects to the point of attracting more complete, external funding.

Spring 2018 Morris Campus Recipients and Projects:

  • Bradley Deane, professor of English, Division of Humanities, $19,466
    “A Companion to Charles Dickens’s David Copperfield"
  • Ann DuHamel, assistant professor of music, Division of Humanities, $26,462
    “Traditions and Transformations - Brahms Re-Imagined: Solo Piano Recital Tour & Recording  with Commissioned Piano Piece”
  • Bradley Miller, assistant professor of music, Division of Humanities, $26,736
    “Formation of Ensemble Intersection”
  • Jimmy Schryver, associate professor of art history, Division of Humanities, $35,904
    “The Lough Key Archaeological Project: Recovering Medieval Gaelic Ireland”
  • Kevin Whalen, assistant professor of history, Division of Social Sciences, $16,533
    “First Relocations: American Indian Labor in the United States, 1900-1940”

To learn more about the GIA program, visit research.umn.edu.