Arts & Sciences

Deborah Lawrence, Professor of Environmental Science, will include an undergraduate student in an ongoing research project between UVa and the Center for International Forestry Res

Fall 2016 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Matthew Burtner (Music) The Global Ecoacoustics Project is a collaborative global initiative between the University of Virginia, and i

Spring 2016 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Corinne Field (Women, Gender, and Sexuality)

Spring 2021 GPOD Grant Recipient

Aswin Punathambekar (Media Studies) and Eli Carter (Spanish, Italian & Portuguese)

Spring 2018 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Anne GarlandMahler (Spanish, Italian, & Portuguese) TheSymposium and Workshop will bring together an interdisciplinary and multi

Fall 2015 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Tony Tian-Ren Lin (Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture) The Global Thriving Cities Project is an extension of the

Fall 2015 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Mehr Afshan Farooqi(Middle Eastern & South Asian Languages & Cultures) Beginning in 2006, with the Jaipur Li

Fall 2020 GPOD Grant Recipient

Sheetal Sekhri (Economics), Amalia Miller (Economics), Sarah Ratcliffe (Medicine), and David Evans (Engineering)

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Nomi Dave (Music) This project is a year-long Improvisation Workshop, exploring social / aesthetic improvisation through a focus on

Spring 2016 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Samuel Henry Plapinger (Politics) My dissertation investigates the topic of insurgent organizational effectiveness in civil

Spring 2016 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Alison Posey (Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese) This summer, I will partake in a competitive foreign service internship at

Spring 2014 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Lise Dobrin (Anthropology) Jacob Sonin, a native speaker elder from an Arapesh village in Papua New Guinea, came to UVa for a ten-we

Spring 2018 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Michelle Walsh (Religious Studies) This project analyzes the influences shaping the transnational flow of Buddhist meditati

Spring 2016 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Whitney Bevill (French) Urgent questions on migrancy have brought mass movement, the Mediterranean, and North Africa togeth

This project will examine Christianity in the kingdom of Kongo in the early modern period. This question has resonance not only for African historians but also for scholars of the Atlantic world.

Fall 2016 Grant Recipient

Graduate Students

Christopher Maternowski (History) This dissertation traces the genesis and evolution of the idea that the Tristan da Cunha i

Spring 2018 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Yingyao Wang (Sociology) Corruption in many governments of the developing world is considered pervasive and intractable.

Spring 2015 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Giancarlo Rolando(Anthropology) This research project will contribute to a better understanding of political identity and b

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Nenette Arroyo (Art) My dissertation investigates the visual and material culture of the California missions in order to un

Nicole Bonino, PhD Candidate (Spanish, Italian and Portuguese)

Spring 2016 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Nicole Bonino (Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese) The project I am currently working on, concerning migration and artistic f

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Johnathan Favini (Anthropology) My research centers on a nascent collaboration between conservationists and Jamaican Maroon

Spring 2015 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Matthew Shi(Economics) China has one of the largest media markets in the world.

Sarah Milov (History)