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2015-2016 Emerging Scholars Projects

2015-2016

The CWW takes pleasure in sponsoring such innovative projects within an array of disciplines. The 2015-2016 partnership projects include:

  • Project title: “The Fabled Fourth Estate: Media Freedom, New Media, Democracy and Human Rights” with Jenifer Whitten-Woodring, Assistant Professor of Political Science and Celin Carlo-Gonzalez, History 
  • Project title: “Domestic Objects in Modernist Women’s Writing” with Marlowe Miller, Professor of English and Kelsey McDonough, English 
  • Project title: “The Merry Go-Story: What Horse Racing Tells Us about America” with Jonathan Silverman, Associate Professor of English and Jack Croughwell, English 
  • Project title: “The Dark Side of Mentoring” with Michelle Haynes, Associate Professor of Psychology and Brittny Tobey, Psychology 
  • Project title: “Examining Sexual Violence at UML” with Christopher Allen, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Brittny Maravelias, Psychology and Criminal Justice 
  • Project title: “Analyzing Atypical Attention in Autism Spectrum Disorder” with Richard Serna, Associate Professor of Psychology and Selena Tran, Psychology 
  • Project title: “Students with Disabilities and the School-to-Prison Pipeline” with Doreen Arcus, Associate Professor of Psychology and Stephanie Bizeur, History and Psychology 
  • Project title: Analyzing indicators of disorder, community structure, and crime in Lowell, MA with Kelly Socia, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Melissa Morabito, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice along with Sarah Herrick, Criminal Justice and Anthony Omobono, Political Science