Research

2012 Cahill Award Winners

  • Amrita Das, Foreign Languages, "Reception of Transnational US Latino Authors in Latin America."
  • Eman Ghoneim, Geography and Geology, "Using Spatial Analysis Technology to Asses Coastline Change and Impact of Sea Level Rise on the Nile Delta Rosetta Promontory."
  • Cameron Gordon, Psychology, "Stress and Romantic Relationships Across the Lifespan."
  • Eric Henry, Geology and Geology, "Sources and Impacts of Stormwater Inputs to an Urbanized Tidal Creek: Bradley Creek, New Hanover County, NC."
  • Heidi Higgins, Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle, Literacy and Special Education (Watson College of Education), "Pre-service Teachers' Mathematical and Pedagocial Authority."
  • Angela Housand, Instruction Technology, Foundations and Secondary Education, Department, "Sensory Sensitivity and Anxiety in Gifted Children and Young Adults."
  • Nicholas Hudson, Art and Art History, "Excavations and Research in Petra, Jordan, and Thmuis Egypt, Summer 2011, Ned Irvine, Art and Art History, "Researching the GramLee Collection of Early American Commercial Wood Engravings at West Virginia Univeristy."
  • Ned Irvin, Art and Art History, "Researching the GramLee Collection of Early American Commercial Wood Engravings at West Virginia Univeristy."
  • Courtney Johnson, Art and Art History, "Underwater Pinhole Photographs of North Carolina Piers."
  • Todd LaMaskin, Geography and Geology, "Investigating the Timing of Crustal Gorwth in Western North America During Jurassic Time: A Pilot Project."
  • Stacy Mitchell, Information Systems and Operations Management, "Electronic Health Records: A Time Series Analysis of Texas Acute care Hospitals."
  • Keith Newlin, English, "Hamlin Garland's Iowa."
  • Colleen Reilly, English, "Interrogating Cyberspace: Using Digital Methods to Develop Electronic Research Practices and Improve Instruction in Information Literacy."
  • Eric Schuettpelz, Biology and Marine Biology, "Total Body Water and Water Turnover Rates in the Esturaine Diamondback Terrapin."
  • Scott Simmons, Received $13,000 for two years.