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Research Development Fellows named

fellowsProgram1-300x97[1]Twenty-two pre-tenure UNL faculty members from 19 departments have been selected to participate in the 2014-2015 Research Development Fellows Program.

The Office of Research and Economic Development established the yearlong Research Development Fellows Program in 2009 to provide the practical information and experience early career faculty need to successfully pursue competitive grant funding.

Participants and their departments are:

  • Changbum Ahn, architectural engineering and construction
  • Christos Argyropoulos, electrical engineering
  • Simanti Banerjee, agricultural economics
  • Ozan Ciftci, food science and technology
  • Bai Cui, mechanical and materials engineering
  • Juan Cui, computer science and engineering
  • Sydney Everhart, plant pathology
  • Hernan Garcia-Ruiz, plant pathology
  • Patricio Grassini, agronomy and horticulture
  • Christopher Gustafson, agricultural economics
  • Ingrid Haas, political science
  • Katrina Jagodinsky, history
  • Dane Kiambi, advertising
  • Adam Larios, mathematics
  • Joe Louis, entomology
  • Colin Meiklejohn, biological sciences
  • Gota Morota, animal science
  • Sidy Ndao, mechanical and materials engineering
  • Maital Neta, psychology
  • Rebecca Roston, biochemistry
  • LaDonna Thornton, management
  • Philip Sapirstein, art history

“This program is an investment in the future of both UNL and our early career faculty,” said Prem S. Paul, vice chancellor for research and economic development. “We’re providing the focus, resources and expert advice to give our fellows a competitive advantage as they seek funding.”

The program’s primary components are learning activities and expert consultations. Formal and informal learning sessions help fellows plan and write effective grant proposals, build responsible project budgets and understand the proposal review process.

Individualized consultations with Office of Research and Economic Development staff provide developmental support and expertise as fellows conceptualize project plans and write grant proposals. The office also sponsors travel for fellows to visit federal program officers in Washington, D.C.



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