Internal Grants

Faculty Research, Scholarship & Practice-Based Project Grants

Faculty Seed Grant 

The seed grant provides single-year finding to support faculty development with a focus on the research/scholarship and research/practice part of the academic role, as distinct from teaching and service.

Faculty Project Completion Grant       

Through the Thomas Jefferson University Project Completion Grant, the University provides funding to support faculty member’s research, scholarship, and/or practice endeavors that satisfy the two following goals:

  1. Has extremely scarce to no external funding opportunities.
  2. Results in a deliverable(s) that has significant and measurable value in building the external reputation of both the faculty member and the University.

Nexus Learning Grant

The priorities for Nexus Learning Grants are:

  1.   Document and disseminate current Nexus Learning practices at Jefferson to both on-campus and wider (external) audiences through workshops, publications, and/or faculty mentoring/development programs (e.g., developing communities of learners on campus) to increase awareness, understanding, and use of Nexus Learning methodologies and skills.
  2. Conduct classroom, lab, clinic or studio based pedagogical research projects centered on Nexus Learning practices, activities and/or assessment of outcomes.

Applications due: January 13

Faculty will be notified: February 28

Grant funds will be available:  May 29

Recipients:

  • Anne Bower, Professor of Biology, College of Life Sciences and Rebecca Flax, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Textile Design, Kanbar College of Design, Engineering and Commerce, School of Design and Engineering “Commercial Fibers and Dyes fron Invasive Plants for Biodiversity and Environmental Sustainability."
  • Kathryn Gindlesparger, Assistant Professor of Writing, College of Humanities and Sciences, “The Embodied Rhetorical Strategies of Academic Women's Leadership Styles."
  • Gulbin Ozcan-Deniz, Assistant Professor of Construction Management, College of Architecture and the Built Environment, "Interactive Daylighting Analysis in Virtual Reality"
  • Marie-Christine Potvin, Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy, College of Health Professions, Jeanne M. Coviello, Academic Clincal Education Coordinator of Occupational Therapy, School of Continuing and Professional Studies, LaRonda Lockhart-Keene, Program Director of Occupational Therapy Studies Program, School of Continuing and Professional Studies and Mary Beth Thomas, Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy, College of Health Professions "Occupational Therapy Assistant Students and Occupational Therapy Students' Perspectives of Clinical Reasoning Development during Level II Fieldwork."
  • Cathy Rusinko, Professor of Management, Kanbar College of Design, Engineering and Commerce, School of Business Administration, "Using the Sustainability Literature to Inform Education for Neodiversity in Higher Education."
  • Samuel Weeks, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, College of Humanities and Sciences, “From Periphery to Core: The Flight of Brazilian Capital Offshore."
  • Brian Yust, Assistant Professor of Physics, College of Humanities and Sciences and Brian George, Professor of Textile Engineering, Kanbar College of Design, Engineering and Commerce, College of Design and Engineering  “Persistent Luminescent Nanoparticle (PLNP) Treatment of Fabrics for nfared Identificaiton."

  • Ryan Cruz, Assistant Professor of Marketing Kanbar College, School of Business Administration, “The Liguistics of Brand Interactivity on Social Media."
  • Teishan Latner, Assistant Professor of History, College of Science, Health and the Liberal Arts, “Health as Human RIghts: American Medical Students in Havana and the Crisis of U.S. Health Inequality"
  • Christopher Pastore, Professor of Transdisciplinary Studies, Kanbar College, School of Design and Engineering, "Development of a Medical Adhesive with Thermal Release Properties."
  • Niny Rao, Associate Professor of Chemistry, College of Science, Health and the Liberal Arts, "Total Antioxidant Activities of Cold Brew Coffee."
  • Irina Stoyneva, Assistant Professor of Management, Kanbar College, School of Business Administration, "The Moderating Effect of Founder's Human Capital on the Relationship Between Industry Life Cycle and Name Choice of Entrepreneurial Firms."

  • Richard Hass, Assistant Professor of Psycology, College of Science, Health and the Liberal Arts, “Sharable online platform for collecting data across a number of related task contents used for creativity and problem solving research in psychology and cognitive science."
  • David Loranger, Assistant Professor of Fashion Merchandising and Management and Cathy Rusinko,Professor of Marketing, Kanbar College, School of Business Administration, “Modeling Millennials & Market Segments: The Role of Sustainability in Motivating Fiber & Apparel Consumption."
  • Raju Parakkal, Assistant Professor of International Relations, College of Science, Health and the Liberal Arts, “Fundng for Field Research in India during Summer 2017 for completeion of his book, The Globalization of Antitrust Laws: Developing Countries and Enthusiastic Acquiescence."
  • Stacey Van Dahm, Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, College of Science, Health and the Liberal Arts, “How does Latino/a and primarily Mexican-American mural art in Chicago and Tucson represent and respond to expriences of belonging and exclusion on the part of those in Latino/a communities?"

  • Edgar Stach, Professor of Architecture, College of Architecture and the Built Environment “Scholarly Book Project: Renzo Piano Building Workshop. ‘Space – Material – Light”.
  • Raju Parakkal, Associate Professor of International Relations, College of Humanities and Science “Dispute Settlement at the World Trade Organization: Exit or Escalate?”
  • Timothy Mooney, Assistant Professor of Finance, Kanbar College of Design, Engineering and Commerce, School of Business, “Informed Merger Trading by Investment Bank-Affiliated Mutual Funds”.
  • Kathryn Mickle, Assistant Professor of Biology, College of Life Sciences, ‘Basal Actinopterygii and Palaeoniscimorpha Volume of the Handbook of Paleoichthyology”.
  • Brian George, Associate Professor and Director of the Graduate Textile Program, Kanbar College of Design, Engineering and Commerce, School of Design and Engineering and Brian G. Yust, Assistant Professor of Physics, College of Humanities and Science, “Persistent Luminescent Nanoparticle Treated Fabrics for Infrared Identification”.
  • Grace Ong Yan, Assistant Professor, Interior Design Programs, College of Architecture and the Built Environment, “Building Brands: The Evolution to Corporate Modernism.

Student Travel Conference Grant