Grant Awarded to Kenyon CIP

CIP was awarded $5000 by the The Five Colleges of Ohio Collaborative Grants Committee to support the second annual “What Works” Teaching and Learning Conference (June 2022) for sharing and celebrating good teaching practices. The funds will pay for keynote speakers and live captioning for the event. The CFP is intended to be announced inContinue reading “Grant Awarded to Kenyon CIP”

Faculty Award: NSF CSSI Grant

Madeline Wade, Associate Professor of Physics, has been awarded funding from NSF for her project “Framework: An A+ Framework for Multimessenger Astrophysics Discoveries through Real-Time Gravitational Wave Detection.” This $3,397,540 project is being led by the Pennsylvania State University with subawards to Kenyon College and Concordia University Wisconsin. This 5-year project is part of theContinue reading “Faculty Award: NSF CSSI Grant”

Faculty Award: GACA Fellowship

Congratulations to Benjamin Bachert, Adjunct Instructor of Music (guitar), who has been awarded an Artist Individual Fellowship from the Greater Columbus Arts Council. The $700 award will go towards promoting Professor Bachert’s music, including recordings of original music, website development, and publishing. The Arts Council established the GCAC/City of Columbus Grants Program in 1973 toContinue reading “Faculty Award: GACA Fellowship”

NIH Virtual Seminar on Program Funding & Grants Administration

SAVE THE DATE! NOVEMBER 1-4 This seminar is ideal for researchers, early stage investigators, or anyone new to working with the NIH grants process. Registration is free and open to the public. Visit their website for more information and to sign up to be notified when registration opens.

Faculty Award: Knox County Foundation Grant

Kerry Rouhier, Associate Professor of Chemistry, has been awarded a grant from the Knox County Foundation for her project ATHENAS, BLAST.   ATHENAS (Aiming to Heighten Her Experience Near and Around Science) and BLAST (Boys Learning About Science Together) are enrichment programs for middle schoolers from Knox County and surrounding areas. These “science saturday” programs bringContinue reading “Faculty Award: Knox County Foundation Grant”

Kenyon Faculty Awarded ACLS Fellowship

Congratulations to Joy Brennan, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, for receiving a Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation Research Fellowship in Buddhist Studies with support from ACLS. Abstract The proposed book offers a new account of central doctrines of the early Yogācāra school by situating them within a medical-therapeutic model analogous to that of the fourContinue reading “Kenyon Faculty Awarded ACLS Fellowship”

Kenyon Faculty Awarded Fellowship

Congratulations to Frankie Gourrier, Assistant Professor of American Studies and History, for receiving a Woodrow Wilson Foundation Career Enhancement Fellowship from the Institute for Citizens and Scholars. The Career Enhancement Fellowship seeks to increase the presence of underrepresented junior and other faculty members in the humanities, social sciences, and arts by creating career development opportunitiesContinue reading “Kenyon Faculty Awarded Fellowship”

Book Publishing Webinar

Williams College will be hosting a webinar panel discussion on academic book publishing and has invited Kenyon faculty to attend. It is scheduled for Thursday, May 20, 2021, 4-5 PM ET.  Please contact us by email (OSFP@kenyon.edu) for the Zoom link and password. Info: Sponsored by the Office of the Dean of the Faculty, theContinue reading “Book Publishing Webinar”

Planned Expansion for NSF

A recent article in Science  detailed the possible $50 billion budget increase for the National Science Foundation as part of President Biden’s $2.3 trillion proposal for improving our nation’s aging infrastructure.   This investment includes $35 billion towards combatting climate change, as well as to create an additional agency, the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Climate (ARPA-C) forContinue reading “Planned Expansion for NSF”

Fulbright Meet & Greet

On Monday, April 26th, from 10:30-11:30am, OSFP will host an informal “drop-in” session with several of Kenyon’s past Fulbright Scholars available to offer insight, tell stories, provide application pointers, and answer questions that you might have about the program and/or living abroad. You are welcome to stay for the entire hour, or simply pop inContinue reading “Fulbright Meet & Greet”