Grants awarded to researchers in humanities, arts and design 

Oklahoma State University – News and Communications

Oklahoma State University faculty in the humanities, arts and design have been awarded research grants in a new funding program from the Office of the Vice President for Research. Grants of up to $10,000 were awarded to 15 tenured and tenure-track faculty to fund a research project in their areas of study. 
“Researchers in the humanities-, arts- and design-based disciplines are essential to the vibrancy and success of great research universities like OSU,” said Vice President for Research Dr. Kenneth Sewell. “Their research informs and enriches how we understand and experience the world. These grants will allow the recipients to extend the reach of their work even further.”
To be considered, faculty submitted research proposals describing the importance and impact of their projects and how they will advance their scholarship or creative artistry. 
The 2018 recipients: 

College of Arts and Sciences
Stacy Takacs – American Studies
Holly Karibo – History
Lawrence Pasternack – Philosophy
Phil Choo – Art, Graphic Design and Art History
Liz Roth – Art, Graphic Design and Art History
Louise Siddons – Art, Graphic Design and Art History
Andy Mattern – Art, Graphic Design and Art History
Allen Scott – Music
Meredith Blecha-Wells – Music
Virginia Broffitt Kunzer – Music 

College of Human Sciences
Alana Pulay – Design, Housing, and MerchandisingBel
Tilanka Chandrasekera – Design, Housing, & Merchandising 

Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
Qing Luo – Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
Bo Zhang – Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
Cheryl Mihalko – Horticulture and Landscape Architecture 

CUTLINE: Qing Luo, assistant professor of landscape architecture, is one of 15 Oklahoma State University faculty members awarded a Humanities, Arts and Design Grant presented by the OSU Office of the Vice President for Research. The grants are intended to advance the recipient’s scholarship or creative artistry. 

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