Faculty Achievements

Faculty Achievements 2010-2011
Grants

Ciara Ennis (Art)
Ciara Ennis received a grant from the Pasadena Art Alliance to support catalogue production for the upcoming exhibition, Synthetic Ritual. $4,000. Fall 2011.

Paul Faulstich (Environmental Analysis)
Professor Faulstich is the principal investigator and project coordinator for an Arthur Vining Davis Foundation Grant to develop an academic program on Sustainability and the Built Environment. $150,000. 2011–2014.

Azamat Junisbai (Sociology)
Professor Junisbai received an International Research & Exchanges Board (IREX) Short-Term Travel Grant to support a second wave of public opinion surveys about inequality and economic justice in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan. $7,500. August 2011.

Jesse Lerner (Media Studies)
Professor Lerner received a Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant for his in-progress book on violence and contemporary art. $45,000. January 2011.

Professor Lerner received post-production funding from the Instituto Mexicano de Cinematografía for his in-progress documentary, The Absent Stone. $118,000. 2011–2012.

John Milton (Biology)
Professor Milton received a National Science Foundation Research Grant for his project, Noise, Delays and Development of Expertise. $335,199. 2010–2013.

David Moore (Psychology)
Professor Moore received a National Science Foundation Grant for a three-day workshop on Exploring the Concept of Homology in Developmental Psychology, to be held at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. $32,292. August 2011.

Professor Moore, in collaboration with Alan Hartley, Michael Spezio and Stacey Wood from Scripps College and Catherine Reed from Claremont McKenna College, received a National Science Foundation Grant for the purchase of a high-density electrophysiology laboratory for intercollegiate research and training in cognitive neuroscience. $411,008. 2010–2013.