ND Research Awards Internal Grants

Brandi Klingerman | January 28, 2017

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Twenty-three faculty members were recently awarded grants through the Notre Dame Research Faculty Research Support Program. Recipients applied for either the initiation or regular grants and were from all seven colleges and schools. 

In discussing the awards, Hildegund Müller, associate vice president for research, said, “It is a privilege to be able to support these exceptional faculty members and their research programs. The recipients represent a variety of disciplines across campus and highlight some of the diverse areas of research, scholarship, and creative endeavor here at Notre Dame.”

For the 2017 Faculty Research Support Regular Grant Program, the recipients are:

  • Khachatur Manukyan, research assistant professor of physics, for his program entitled, “Uncovering Pre-federal American Monetary History through the Multiscale Scientific Analysis of Coins and Paper Currency.”
  • Thomas E. Burman, the Conway Director of Notre Dame’s Medieval Institute and professor of history, for his research entitled, “A Sustaining Polemic in the Medieval Mediterranean.”
  • James Collins, department chair and professor of film, television, and theatre, for his research called the “Digital Reanimation of a Legendary Stage and Film Performance: Phases II and III.”
  • William Collins Donahue, the John J. Cavanaugh, C.S.C. Professor of the Humanities, Carsten Dutt, associate professor of German, and Mark W. Roche, the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Professor of German, for their program entitled, “The Notre Dame Berlin Seminar: Toward a Global History of Literary Institutions.”
  • Robin M. Jensen, the Patrick O’Brien Professor of Theology, for her research entitled, “Baptisteries of the Early Christian World: Catalog and Digital Database.”
  • Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, professor of English, for her research called, “Recovering the Multidimensional Reading Practices of Medieval England and Ireland.”

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 by Daily Domer Staff

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