2018-19 Kurt Olsson Early Career Research Fellowships Awarded
May 08, 2018
The College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences is proud to announce that Shawn Copeland from the Lionel Hampton School of Music and Clarissa Richardson from the Department of Psychology and Communication Studies were awarded the Kurt O. Olsson Early Career Research Fellowship. This program aims to help recently hired faculty develop scholarly/creative programs that promote research and creative activities in the humanities, arts, and social sciences that will attract outside funding, and/or that will result in publications, patents or exhibitions/performances. Copeland will use the funds for his new recording titled "The Collected Works for Clarinet of Carlos Velez" and Richardson will work on her project titled, "Influence of Social Support Usage During Daily Stress on Psychological and Physiological Functioning of Older Adults."
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