Fall 2017 Mini-grant Award Recipients and 2018 Humanities Fellows Announced

Fall 2017 Mini-grant Award Recipients

Spencer Smith, “Muscle fatigue in young and older adults: how can we tell?”

Jennie Shen, “The Effectiveness of Audiovisual Training on Non-Native English Speech Perception and Production”

Tristan Mistkawi, “Electronic properties of indenofluorenes and their derivatives”

Jacqueline Huaman, “Japanese Gendered Language and the Ideal Female Romantic Partner”

Shawn Melendy, “Evaluation of the effectiveness of a Running Fatigue Protocol and Assessment of Fatigue Induced Running Mechanic Changes”

Alex Egdell, “Synthesis of alkyne substituted cycloparaphenylenes for conjugated polymers”

Meg Rodgers, “The Anti-Heroine: an Emergent Television Character Trope”

Sam Beeker, “Philosophy, Politics, and Paranoia: Pynchon and the Construction of the Postmodern Subject”

Haley Segelke, “Examining gait stability with a wearable accelerometer in female club lacrosse athletes”

Visit the Mini-grant recipient website for detailed information.

2018 Humanities Undergraduate Research Fellows

Becca Marshall, “Managing for Mushrooms? Commercial Wild Mushroom Harvesting in the Willamette National Forest”

Jacqueline Huaman, “Japanese Gendered Language and the Ideal Female Romantic Partner”

Meg Rodgers, “The Anti-Heroine: an Emergent Television Character Trope”

Matthew Stephens, “Examining Personhood and Environmental Policy: Determining the Benefits and Risks of Granting Legal Rights to Non-Human Entities”

Sam Beeker, “Philosophy, Politics, and Paranoia: Pynchon and the Construction of the Postmodern Subject”

Sarah Hovet, “Sense of Place in Contemporary Female American Poets: Indigenous and Immigrant Voices”

Visit the HURF recipient website for detailed information.