• Badri Adhikari, Mathematics & Computer Science, awarded $5,415 for “Open source deep learning Python framework for protein contact prediction”

  • Adam Boessen, Criminology & Criminal Justice, awarded $4,000 for “Land Use and Neighborhood Crime Dynamics”

  • Benjamin Bythell, Chemistry & Biochemistry, awarded $8,367 for “Gas-phase Spectroscopy of Carbohydrate Ions”

  • Amber Candela, Teacher, Preparation, Innovation and Research, awarded $3,600 for “Working Together: Supporting Preservice and Inservice Teachers' Implementation of Mathematics Tasks”

  • Bettina Casad, Psychology, awarded $12,500 for “Antecedents and Consequences of Confronting Sexism”

  • Lon Chubiz, Biology, awarded $12,498 for “Identification of virulence repressing metabolites in Salmonella”

  • William Dunaway, Philosophy, awarded $1,000 for “The West and Islamic East: Theology, Science, and Knowledge”

  • Ravindra Girivaru, Mathematics & Computer Science, awarded $6,915 for “Quantum error correcting codes”

  • Barbara Harbach, Music, and Kathleen Nigro, Institute for Women & Gender Studies, awarded $1,250 for “The Sound the Stars Make Rushing Through the Sky”

  • Robert Marquis, Biology, awarded $12,500 for “Controlling an invasive forest pest, the Asiatic oak weevil, using prescribed fire”

  • Kara Moskowitz, History, awarded $1,140 for “The Government Is Us Now': Decolonization, Development and the Making of Kenya (1945-80)”

  • Nathan Muchhala, Biology, awarded $10,900 for “Interspecific pollen transfer and gene flow during the rapid diversification of bat-pollinated Bumeistera (Campanulaceae) bellflowers”

  • Eric Wiland, Philosophy, awarded $10,000 for “Political irrationality: Who may vote?”

  • Yuefeng Wu, Mathematics & Computer Science, awarded $9,915 for “Bayesian and Lasso Approaches to Multiple Comparisons in Model Organism Genetic Screening”

Total Awarded  $100,000