Faculty Publications
Burg, Jennifer, Jason Romney, & Eric Schwartz. (Computer Science). Digital Sound & Music: Concepts, Applications, and Science. Franklin, Beedle & Associ-
ates. October 2016.
Chapman, Gary, & Shannon Warden. (Counseling). Things I Wish I’d Known Before We Became Parents. Northfield Publishing. September 2016.
Escott, Paul David. (History). Paying Freedom’s Price: A History of African Americans in the Civil War (The African American History Series). Rowman & Little-
field. October 2016.
Goldschmidt, Tyron, & Scott Stapleford. (Philosophy). Berkeley’s Principles: Expanded and Explained. Routledge. September 2016.
Harlan, Susan. (English). Memories of War in Early Modern England: Armor and Militant Nostalgia in Marlowe, Sidney, and Shakespeare. Palgrave Macmil-
lan. September 2016.
Mitra, Ananda. (Communication). India on the Western Screen: Imaging a Country in Film, TV, and Digital Media. Sage. October 2016.
Pinder, Jonathan P. (Business). Introduction to Business Analytics Using Simulation. Academic Press. September 2016.
Salam, Akbar. (Chemistry). Non-Relativistic QED Theory of the van der Waals Dispersion Interaction (SpringerBriefs in Molecular Science).
Springer. October 2016.
Voss Roberts, Michelle, Ed. (Divinity). Comparing Faithfully: Insights for Systematic Theological Reflection. Fordham University Press. Sep-
tember 2016.
Yang, Sunggu. (Divinity). Evangelical Pilgrims from the East: Faith Fundamentals of Korean American Protestant Diasporas (Asian Chris-
tianity in the Diaspora series). Palgrave Macmillan. October 2016.
The Center for Bioethics, Health, and Society welcomes a wide variety of bioethics proposals from CBHS members. For membership information, please see
our website. Fundable projects include conceptual or empirical research, course development, community engagement, scholarly events and more. Funding
may also be sought for the bioethics component of a scientific project for which funding is being sought from another source, including other Centers and Insti-
tutes in the University and Medical Center. Faculty may collaborate with students or community members, and may request up to $8,000.00 for pilot research,
course development, and major events. Up to $5,000.00 per proposal may be budgeted for faculty salary support or stipends.
The due date is the second Monday in January (January 9, 2017). Projects may begin as early as March 1 of the same year and must be completed by the end of
that year’s summer term. The Center for Bioethics, Health & Society also accepts, on a rolling basis, applications for small grants (up to $1,000) to support Bio-
ethics activities.
For more information and the application form for both of these funding opportunities, please see the Center’s website here.
For information and the application form for both of these funding opportunities, please see the CBHS Funding Application on the Center’s website are available
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