2019 Faculty Advancement Seed Grants Awardees

Building Community Among Faculty at Duke

Fostering a Sense of Community and Building Faculty Networks

 

Advancing Women in Leadership

Connecting Entities Within Duke’s Professional Schools That Focus on the Barriers and Biases Experienced by Female Faculty Seeking to Either Advance Their Careers or Attain Leader Positions
 
Ashleigh Shelby Rosette, Associate Professor of Management and Organization and Sociology
 
 

 

Bass Society of Fellows Luncheons and Workshops

Building Community Around Excellent Research and Teaching
 
Lisa A. Keister, Professor of Sociology and Public Policy, Director of Bass Society of Fellows, and Chair of APT Committee
 
 

 

The Black Think Tank (BTT)

Fostering Faculty Advancement and Inclusion Through Community Building, Mentorship, Networking, and Multidisciplinary Research
 
Gustavo Silva, Assistant Professor of Biology
Jarvis C. McInnis, Assistant Professor of English
Patrice D. Douglass, Assistant Professor of Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies
 
 

 

Building a Community at Duke to Engage in Constructive Dialogue on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Promoting Cross-Cultural and Cross-Ideological Understanding of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and Promote Civil Discourse and Emphasize the Need for Constructive Problem-Solving
 
David H. Schanzer, Professor of the Practice of Public Policy and Director of the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security
Abdullah T. "Imam" Antepli, Adjunct Faculty of Islamic Studies and Chief Representative of Muslim Affairs
 
 

 

Faculty Writing Retreat Project: Building Community Around Writing

Connecting Faculty to One Another and Their Work to Build Diverse and Inclusive Communities Around Writing
 
Jennifer Ahern-Dodson, Assistant Professor of the Practice in the Thompson Writing Program, Director of Outreach for the Thompson Writing Program, and Associate Director of Duke Language, Arts and Media Program
 
Contact: jahern@duke.edu
 

 

Fostering a Positive Community Among Duke Surgery Faculty

Promoting and Facilitating Face-To-Face Interactions Centered on Diversity and Inclusion as Rich and Positive Communal Elements to Foster a Sense of Belonging
 
Linda Carime Cendales, MD, Associate Professor of Surgery and Orthopedic Surgery, Chair of Diversity and Inclusion Committee, and Director of Duke Vascularized Composite Allotransplantation Program
 
 

 

Improving Faculty Response to Students Who Report Incidences Involving Discrimination and Harassment in the Classroom, Laboratory, and Clinical Setting

Assisting Faculty in Their Growth and Development as Educators, Specifically in Their Ability to Respond to Student Discriminatory and Harassment Type Behaviors
 
Brigit M. Carter, PhD, MSN, RN, CCRN, Associate Professor of Nursing and Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion
Jacquelyn M. “Jacqui” McMillian-Bohler, PhD, CNM, CNE, Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing
 
 

 

Navigating Power Dynamics in a Diverse and Inclusive Academic Community

Creating a Healthy, Vibrant, and Inclusive Community That Welcomes All People and Perspectives
 
Kathryn “Katie” Dickerson, Assistant Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Nicole Schramm-Sapyta, Assistant Professor of the Practice in the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences
 
 

 

Points of Contact: Building a STEM PoPs Community of Scholarship

Supporting Professors of the Practice in Their Scholarship in Teaching and Stem Education Research
 
Dorian A. “Dori” Canelas, Associate Professor of the Practice of Chemistry
 
 

 

Working Group for Junior Faculty in Applied Microeconomics

Convening a Working Group Comprised of Campus-Wide Pre-Tenured Faculty With Disciplinary Training in Economics Who Define Their Research Approach Within the Category of “Applied Microeconomics”
 
Sarah Komisarow, Assistant Professor of Public Policy
Matthew S. “Matt” Johnson, Assistant Professor of Public Policy
 
 

 

Writing and ReseArch Productivity (WRAP) Group for Underrepresented Faculty

Creating a Community-Based Writing Group and Providing Resources to Enhance Underrepresented Faculty Research and Inclusion Within the Duke Community
 
Tyson Brown, Associate Professor of Sociology
Sarah Elizabeth Gaither, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience