PURC Center

Grant Recipients

Spring 2017

  

Student Scholarship Support

Coming Soon!

 

Student Travel Funds

  • Kiana Perez-Jimenez
    • Mentor: Dr. Ashley Allen
    • Presented: "Self-Compassionate and Social Preferences: Do Self-Compassionate People Favor Motivated Individual" at Society of Personality and Social Psychology Conference
  • Lea Tardanico
    • Mentor: Dr. Ashley Allen
    • Presented: "Self-Compassion and Motivated Others" at the Society of Personality and Social Psychology Conference
  • Kimberly Taylor
    • Mentor: Dr. Ashley Allen
    • "I'm Poor! Can Self-compassion Protect Me? How Socioeconomic Status and Self-compassion Influence Academic Outcome and Affect" at the Society of Personality and Social Psychology Conference
  • Sharon Ayioka
    • Mentor: Dr. John Parnell
    • Presented "Technology and Business Development in Sub-Saharan Africa" at the NAMS Conference

  

Fall 2016

 

Student Scholarship Support

  • Courtney Hockett
    • Mentor: Prof. Brandon Sanderson, Dept of Art
    • Project: "Experimenting with Pip Pens and Curating the results"
  •  Anisha McDowell
    • Mentor: Prof. Joseph Begnaud, Dept of Art
    • Project: "Manipulation of Self via Digital Media"
  • Carli Thompson
    • Mentor: Dr. Catherine Parisian
    • Project: "Transcribing and Encoding the Letters of Mary Russell Mitford from 1811 for Web Publication"
  • Courtney Hockett
    • Mentor: Prof. Brandon Sanderson, Dept of Art
    • Project: "Experimenting with the Art of Aquascaping and Creating a Living Educational Biorama"
  • Robbie Juel
    • Mentor: Dr. Lisa Kelly, Dept of Biology
    • Project: "An Analysis of the Vascular Flora of Sampson’s Landing, Robeson County, North Carolina"
  • Vivienne-Sarai Leaven
    • Mentor: Dr. John Labadie, Dept of Art
    • Project: "Teaching the Foundations of Animation: From Concept to Completion"

 

Student Travel Funds

  • Dr. Serina Cinnamon
    • Laura Spillman, Mark Czechowski, Alta Davis, Zachary Freeman and Jared Kaiser
    • National Council for Social Studies Conference, Washington D.C.

 

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