Mid-Career Faculty Grants

This small-grants program is designed to support Schools’ diversity plans, by advancing the career success of outstanding mid-career faculty who have received tenure for the first time in the previous seven years, have made a recent, significant contribution to their field, and who contribute to the diversity goals of the University by their research, teaching, and mentoring activities. Requests for proposals occur once a year and the maximum award is $37,500 total over three years. 

The next application deadline will be mid-March 2019. 

Spring 2018 Grantees

Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature
Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Cross-currents: Recontextualizing Race, Gender and Queer Studies in Early Medieval English Literature
This project recontexualizes the conceptualization of race, gender, and queer studies in early English medieval literature by putting the field in direct dialogue with contemporary scholarship in African-American studies, queer studies, ethnic studies, and the broader field of island studies. 

Professor of Chemistry
Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Elucidating the Structural Basis of Tissue Failure in Osteogenesis Imperfecta
This project proposes to delineate how structural defects in osteogenesis imperfecta (oi) collagen lead to altered mechanical response and, in particular, impaired strain stiffening in collagen networks that serve as model tissue.

Associate Professor of Professional Practice
School of the Arts

Proving Up: 3 Novellas

Associate Professor of Business
Graduate School of Business

What's on Your Mind? Where Minds Wander and How it Impacts Our Lives

Associate Professor of Psychology
Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Do Hiring Nudges Affect Racial and Gender Diversity? Case-by-Case Versus Group Hiring

Associate Professor of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

Women, Architecture, Writing: Research Seminar and Book

Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Seasonal Changes in Earthquake Activity in the Himalayas: Linking Climate Change, Sustainability and Earthquake Preparedness

Associate Professor of Physics
Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Extending the Coherence Time of Molecule Interactions with Light for Precision Measurements and Quantum Information