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Rowan University Research, Scholarly and Creative Activities Awards
The Research Office is pleased to announce the 2014 call for nominations for three awards for excellence in research, scholarly and/or creative activities by faculty and students. All nominations will be judged by a faculty panel appointed by the Vice President for Research.
2013-2014 Research Awards
The Research Office is pleased to announce that Q. Edward Wang, Professor of History, has been selected to receive the 2013 Rowan University Research Achievement Award, for “his outstanding record of research and the international recognition that he has obtained in the field of global historiography.”
Joseph Calogero (Senior, Mechanical Engineering) and Ryan Bandura (Senior, Mechanical Engineering) have been selected to receive the 2013 Rowan University Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research, for their project entitled “Plug-In Rechargeable Electric Vehicle Systems.” The students were nominated by Dr. Gautam Pillay (Professor of Chemical Engineering). The award includes a certificate and a check for $500.
Charles Cunliffe (Graduate Student, Civil & Environmental Engineering) has been selected to receive the 2013 Rowan University Award for Excellence in Graduate Research, for his project entitled “Evaluation of Load Transfer Efficiency of Concrete Slabs.” The student was nominated by Yusuf Mehta (Associate Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering). The award includes a certificate and a check for $500.
The Research Office congratulates Dr. Wang, Joseph Calogero, Ryan Bandura, Charles Cunliffe, and thanks all the nominators for their efforts in preparing the nominations for this year. The Research Awards Committee, which evaluated all the nominations, consisted of Deb Martin (Director of the Faculty Center), Carol Thompson (Coordinator for the Honors Concentration) and Rory McElwee (Assistant Vice President for Student Retention).
Rowan University Seed Funding program
The Office of Research provides competitively awarded funding to Glassboro-campus full-time faculty investigators with the aim of supporting preliminary efforts towards establishing new and innovative research. The Seed Funding Grant Program is primarily intended to support Rowan faculty who are beginning investigators in their respective area of research or creative activity.
RU Internal Grant Funding Opportunity: Health Care Delivery