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Faculty Research Lightning Talks and NSF EPSCoR Research Excellence Award

Faculty Research Lightning Talks

Changing Landscapes in Arts-Based Research

The office of Research Development presents virtual faculty research lightning talks around the theme, Changing Landscapes in Arts-Based Research. Join us on Friday, October 8th at 11:00 a.m. to watch faculty members present a summary of their findings and future directions. Please complete the registration to receive a calendar invite with a zoom link.

Don Winiecki, EdD, PhD, Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning

The ANA Project: The Inside of Artmaking

Chad Erpelding, MFA, Art, Design & Visual Studies

Becoming Better People: A Corporation is a Person is an Art Project

Karen Bubb, MPA, PhD Student, School of Public Service

Interdisciplinary Arts Research

Eric Alexander, DMA, Music Composition (co-presenter)

Applying the Rapid Prototyping Model in the Arts

Rulon Wood, PhD, Theatre, Film, and Creative Writing (co-presenter)

Applying the Rapid Prototyping Model in the Arts

Niharika Dinkar, PhD, Art History

The Animated Image: Animals, Visual Technologies and the British Empire

Lightning Talks – Changing Landscapes Flyer


Nominations will be Reviewed Beginning October 27, 2021

Inspired by University of Idaho Distinguished Professor Jean’ne M. Shreeve for her imaginative leadership of EPSCoR in Idaho for more than 20 years, Idaho EPSCoR established theĀ Jean’ne M. Shreeve NSF EPSCoR Research Excellence Award.

The Award recognizes the accomplishments of faculty members at Boise State University, Idaho State University, the University of Idaho or other state institutions of higher education who have previously been active participants in the NSF EPSCoR program. It highlights the substantial value of the NSF EPSCoR program to the State of Idaho, as well as the individual accomplishments of the recipient. The award may recognize a single significant contribution or an accumulation of significant contributions that have received national or international recognition.

The award includes a plaque, a monetary award of at least $5,000, and an additional amountĀ to support the cost of research or professional activities that contribute to the productivity of the award winner.

Link to more information.