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MSU awards Scholarship and Creativity Grants

April 11, 2005 -- from MSU News Service

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Fifteen faculty members at Montana State University received 2006 Scholarship and Creativity Grants for the Advancement of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. The program is funded through the MSU Office of the Vice President for Research, Creativity and Technology Transfer. Award winners, departments and projects are listed below:

James Allard, history and philosophy, "The Idealistic Transformation of Logic."

Robert Campbell, history and philosophy, "No Refuge: A Short History of the Western Arctic, 1500-2000."

Elizabeth Croy, music, "Art Song Scholarship and Performance."

Judith Frankzak, education, "Struggling Adolescent Readers: Exploring Policy in Context."

Linda Karell, English, "Rewriting the Author."

Glenn Kawabata. media and theater arts, "A Daguerrian Resurvey of Yellowstone."

Susan Kollin, English, "The Nature of Place/The Place of Nature: Critical Regional Studies and the American West."

Ilse-Mari Lee, music, "The Yellowstone Suite."

Theodore Lipfert, media and theater arts, "Mea Culpa: The Search for Apology."

Sara Mast, art, "From the Ancient East to the Modern West: The Universal Language of Pattern."

Scott Myers, sociology, "Parental Involvement and the Education of At-Risk Students: Moving Forward a Stalled Research Program."

Michael Neeley, sociology and anthropology, "The Origins and Development of Early Agricultural Communities in West-Central Jordan."

Michael Peed, art, "Can Serrat Residency."

Sara Pritchard, history and philosophy, "Technology, Environment and Development in Post-World War II France."

Leah Schmalzbauer, sociology and anthropology, "Youth Buying and Family Survival: Teen Consumption and the Implications for Honduran Transnational Family Well Being."

Jay Schmidt, art, "The Human Enterprise: An Artist's Perspective."

Brett Walker, history and philosophy, "Japan's Toxic Archipelago."

Franke Wilmer, political science, "States, Violence and Norms: Jus Cogens and International Law Regulating the Use of Force."

Yanna Yannakakis, history and philosophy, "Loyal Vassals and Seditious Subjects: Native Intermediaries and the Negotiation of Local Rule in Colonial Oaxaca, 1660-1810."

Contact Linda LaCrone 994-7355