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Hampton Awards encourage international connection
A total of $32,820 has been awarded to faculty from the Philip and Elaina Hampton Fund for Faculty International Initiatives.
Competition awardees, their projects and the amount of their awards follow:
Ricardo Averbach (music), "W. Burle Marx: Symphonic Music (Bulgaria)," $4,500;
John M. Cinnamon (anthropology), "Religion, Culture and Oral Tradition in West and Central Africa," $6,200;
Susan Ewing (art), "Research and Lecturing Travel to Seoul, Republic of Korea," $3,000;
Thomas Klak (geography), "Is Jamaica Pursuing Post Colonial Development Policies?," $2,600;
Lisa M. McLaughlin (communication and women’s studies), "Feminist Nongovernmental Organization Advocacy in Preparation for the World Summit on the Information Society: The Case of Isis International-Manila," $5,000;
Martin D. Sikora (paper science and engineering), "Helsinki Initiative for Paper Science and Engineering: Planting Seeds for Tomorrow (Finland)," $4,000;
Steven L. Tuck (classics), "Greeks, Romans and Etruscans in Italy," $2,200;
Allan M. Winkler (history) and Richard D. Erlich (English), "Vietnam: War and Society," $5,320.
Support for the awards is provided through the office of international programs.
Date Published: 12/05/2002