Featured Awards

December 2016

Please join us in congratulating the following MSU faculty and staff who received awards this month.

Ndidiamaka Amutah • Public Health, CEHS
2016 Cyber Mentors Award
American Psychological Association
$13,970

This grant was made in support of Dr. Amutah, who will produce manuscripts based on her pilot study Project DASH for submission to journals. 

 

 

‌‌Renata Blumberg • Nutrition and Food Studies, CEHS
Pankaj Lal
• Earth and Environmental Studies, CSAM
Bridging the Gap Between New Jersey Farmers and Consumers Through Research, Education and Outreach
US Department of Agriculture
$150,000

This USDA-funded project will analyze how farmers markets in urban communities could play a role in improving both farmer livelihoods and the nutrition of low-income consumers with limited access to fresh fruits and vegetables, in addition to strengthening food and agricultural research, education, and outreach through community engagement and Service-Learning at Montclair State University.‌


‌Teresa Fiore • Spanish and Italian
Marisa Trubiano • Spanish and Italian
Audiovisual translation in Italian
Italy's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
$15,000

The Italian Program in the Department of Spanish and Italian will use this award to create a capstone course in audiovisual translation to prepare students to embark on careers in translation for the creative and cultural industries through professional projects developed with partners from the private and public sectors, with a focus on the internationalization of Italian culture.

 

Krystal Woolston • Center for Community Engagement
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service
NJ Commission on National and Community Service
$2,500

This grant was awarded in support of MSU volunteers who participated in the national Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. This marks third year that the Center for Community Engagement and the Volunteer Center collaborated to organize the event.

 

 

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