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2017-2018 Awardees

2017-2018 Awardees

Technology Tools for the New Religion and Health Research Lab - $2,860

Vitaliy Voytenko, Psy. D | Psychology

The proposal will support the technology needs of the new Religion and Health Research Lab, which was launched in August 2017. This grant will fund the purchase of a wireless LCD projector and two tablet computers.

iPad Pros and Apple Pencils for Music Classes - $2,814

Dr. Shawn E. Okpebholo and Dr. David M. Gordon | Conservatory of Music

This award will fund the purchase of two iPad Pros and Apple Pencils. This purchase will encourage a flexible, effective, efficient, and diverse teaching environment in the Conservatory.

Data Analysis Software for Sociology Research Projects - $1,590

Dr. Henry Kim | Sociology

This award funds the purchase of quantitative and qualitative data analysis software that will be accessible to Sociology students and faculty participating in research initiatives.

Faith and Disability Think Tank at Wheaton College - $1,400

Dr. Thomas Boehm and Mrs. Theresa Ferguson | Education

This proposal will fund two hosted events that will serve to launch a new Faith and Disability Think Tank at Wheaton College. These gatherings will serve to fulfill an increased interest in the intersection of faith and disability.

Apple TV Sets for Physics Classrooms - $447

Dr. Heather M. Whitney, Dr. Rhiannon Blaauw, and Dr. AJ Poelarends | Physics; Dr. David Hsu | Physics and Engineering

This award will fund the purchase of three Apple TV sets for the main instructional rooms in the Physics Department (Meyer 335, 357, 371). This will improve the connectivity of Apple devices in classrooms for faculty, students, and guests.

Large Screen TVs for the New Digital Media Studio - $3,500

Joonhee Park | Art and Communication

This award will fund the purchase of two large screen TVs with stands for the newly renovated Digital Media Studio in Adams Hall. This will enhance the learning experience of students and promote the high production quality in the Digital Media Studio.

iPad for Leading Tours at the Art Institute of Chicago - $1,024.30

Dr. Matthew J. Milliner | Art

This award will fund the purchase of a 12.5" iPad Pro. The iPad will be used for showing comparative material alongside tours through the Art Institute of Chicago, as well as training Art History majors to lead their own tours.

iPad Pro and Apple Pencil for Biology Classes - $1,364

Dr. Nathaniel Thom | Biology

This award will fund the purchase of an iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. This purchase will promote an integrative classroom environment that will reach students with different learning styles.