http://arc.la.psu.edu/research/research-grant-recipients-1 Penn StateCollege of the Liberal Arts Africana Research Center HOME HISTORY EVENTS NEWS SPECIAL INITIATIVES RESEARCH PHOTO GALLERY RESEARCH Call for Proposals Submission Guidelines FAQs Grant Award Acceptance Guidelines Research Grant Recipients Past Grant Recipients Research Grant Publications Travel Blog Books Blog Research Blog You are here: Home / Research / Research Grant Recipients 2017 Research Grant Recipients Fall 2017 Grant Recipients Pauli Badenhorst, Ph.D. Student, Curriculum & Instruction / Comparative & International Education Email: email@example.com “Rethinking the Meanings of 'Discussion': Mediating "Difficult Conversations" on Race, Class, and Gender in a University Classroom through the New Literacies of Hip Hop, Comedy, and New Media” Indira Bailey, Ph.D. Candidate, Art Education / Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Email: firstname.lastname@example.org “The Visibility of Ghanaian Women in Art Education and their Teaching and Artistic Practice” Briana Blackwell, Undergraduate Student, Political Science / African American Studies / Philosophy Email: email@example.com “Protecting Police Officers: Pennsylvania House Bill 27 and its Racial Implications” Zachary Goldberg, Graduate Student, Geography Email: firstname.lastname@example.org “Organic Certification of Fig Production in Ouezzane Province, Morocco: Assessing Social and Cultural Impact” Dominiqua Griffin, Ph.D. Student, Counselor Education and Supervision / Comparative and International Education Email: email@example.com “An Investigation of School Counseling Roles, Practices, Challenges, and Demands in Barbados: A Comparative Analysis of Barbados’ School Counseling” Sean Hixon, Ph.D Student, Environmental Archaeology Email: firstname.lastname@example.org “Archaeology and Paleoecology of Lamboharana, SW Madagascar” Christa Mahlobo, Graduate Student, Recreation, Parks and Tourism Management Email: email@example.com “Effects of a Cognitive, Physical Activity, and Nutrition Intervention on Self-Reported Health and Self-Efficacy in African American Women” Aurelie Matheron, Ph.D. Candidate, Educational Leadership, Comparative and International Education Email: firstname.lastname@example.org “Mystical Ecologies: Fabrice Monteiro’s The Prophecy and Environmental Crisis in Senegal” Kelly Nunez-Ocasio, Ph.D. Student, Atmospheric Science Email: email@example.com “Mesoscale Convective Systems-African Easterly Waves Couplets over West Africa and Tropical Atlantic” Ruth Pobee, Graduate Student, Health and Human Development Email: firstname.lastname@example.org “Iron Status and Psychosocial Wellbeing among Pregnant Women in Cape Coast-Ghana” Janet Purdy, Graduate Student, Art History Email: email@example.com “Carved Swahili Doors as Gateways of Status, Trade, and Transaction in East Africa” Benjamin Savonen, Graduate Student, Mechanical Engineering Email: firstname.lastname@example.org “Improving the Design of Medical Devices for Kenyan Health Professionals with 3D Printing”
"Christina and Material Memory: The 17th Century Foundations of the Swedish Royal Antiquities Collection," a talk will be given by Tess Kusz Christiansen in Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities at the Royal Palace, Stockholm. This talk is part of the annual Swedish Fulbright Program Nobel Prize Day Celebration on December 10th. Tess Kutasz Christensen received a Penn State Office of Global Programs Graduate Student Travel Grant to help support my travel to Sweden for these talks.