CLAS DSHB Faculty Scholar Award

The Developmental Sciences Hybridoma Bank (DSHB) Awards provide support to tenured CLAS faculty for an approved research project within the humanities. The award is expected to result in at least one project for publication, or a national/ international presentation.

Awards are valued at $2,500, and may be used for professional travel, equipment, or other research needs. Funds must be spent within two years of receipt of the award.

By October 15, 2020, eligible faculty should complete the application which can be found here and add a one-page narrative proposal. The complete application, along with a two-page CV, is sent to the DEO(s) for review and endorsement.

By November 1, 2020, if the DEO(s) endorses the proposal with a letter(s) of support, they sign the application and submit it along with the abbreviated CV as a single pdf to: Allison Bierman.

Applications are reviewed for approval by the CLAS Dean and Associate Deans. Please contact Allison Bierman (335-3994), CLAS Dean’s Office, with questions.

Recipients of the DSHB Faculty Scholar Award

2020-22

  • Christopher Harris, Cinematic Arts
  • Waltraud Maierhofer, German
  • Leslie Schwalm, Gender, Women's, and Sexuality Studies; History
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2019-21

  • Anny Curtius, French and Italian
  • Roxanna Curto, French and Italian
  • Paul Dilley, Religious Studies/Classics
  • Paul Kalina, Theatre Arts
  • Ana Rodríguez-Rodríguez, Spanish and Portuguese
  • Sujatha Sosale, Journalism and Mass Communication
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2018-20

  • Amber Brian, Department of Spanish & Portuguese
  • Mary Cohen, School of Music
  • Marie Kruger, Departments of English and Gender, Women's & Sexuality Studies
  • Brenda Longfellow, School of Art & Art History
  • Miriam Thaggert, Departments of English and Gender, Women's & Sexuality Studies
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2017-19

  • Maria José Barbosa, Department of Spanish & Portuguese 
  • James Giblin, Department of History
  • Jennifer Sessions, Department of History
  • Read the press release