TWU Offers Little Chapel Wedding Package
Announces Third Set of Chancellor's Research Fellows
DENTON — Ten
Texas Woman's University faculty have been selected as Chancellor's
Research Fellows for 2003-2004.
The program, now in its
third year, pairs faculty with strong potential for gaining external
research funding with mentors who have been successful at obtaining
funds from federal agencies or other sources and at publishing their
This year’s protégés
and mentors are: Dr. Mark Britt, assistant professor of chemistry
and physics, who will be mentored by Dr. James Johnson, professor
of chemistry and physics; Dr. Ann Malecha, assistant professor of
nursing, who will be mentored by Dr. Judith McFarlane, professor
of nursing; Dr. Kyle Biggerstaff, assistant professor of kinesiology,
who will be mentored by Dr. Barney Sanborn, professor of kinesiology;
Dr. Anne Stiles, professor of nursing, who will be mentored by Dr.
Patti Hamilton, professor of nursing; and Dr. Junehee Kwon, assistant
professor of nutrition and food sciences, who will be mentored by
Dr. Carolyn Bednar, professor of nutrition and food sciences.
receive awards of $3,000 and mentors receive $1,500 to use for their
individual research needs. Funding was provided by the TWU Chancellor’s
Circle and the TWU Foundation.
Mentors assist their protégés in developing their
research agendas and grant applications.
are responsible for preparing at least one proposal for external
funding during the fellowship year or the following academic year.
Both mentors and protégés participate in research
roundtables where topics such as finding funding proposals and proposal
review and critique are discussed.
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