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2013-2014 Emerging Scholar Projects


The CWW takes pleasure in sponsoring such innovative projects within an array of disciplines. The 2013-2014 partnership projects include: 

  • Kayla Walking, a Sociology student, is working with Psychology Professor Urmitapa Dutta on "Reframing Everyday Violence from the Perspectives of Youth: A Participatory Action Research Project. 
  • Todd Bowser, an American Studies major, is working with Political Science Professor Morgan Marietta on "Dueling Facts in American Democracy: One Nation and Two Realities.” 
  • Nicole Lynch, a double major in Psychology and Gender Studies, is working with English and Gender Studies Professor Marlowe Miller on “The Representation of Domestic Space in Novels by Women Authors.” 
  • Devon White, a Psychology student, is working with Psychology Professor Richard Serna on “Analysis of Online Training Methods in Behavioral Intervention for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.” 
  • Shajehan Khan, a Psychology major who is also enrolled in the BA/MA option for UMass Lowell’s Community Social Psychology Program, is working with Psychology Professor Jana Sladkova on “Coffee: Common Text about Social Justice/Conscious Consumption/Sustainability.” 
  • James Bauer, an Economics major, is working with Economics Professor Tommaso Tempesti on “The Impact of International Trade on the Labor Market.” 
  • Timothy Brunson, a Political Science major, is working with Political Science Professor John Wooding on “An in-depth Look at the Life of Noted Pacifist and Advocate of Non-Violence, Richard Gregg.” 
  • Hayley Wood, a Political Science student, is working with Theater/English Professor Dale Young on “Writing a Book or Play about Susan Adamek.”