Baylor University

Research Gazette July 2011

July 31, 2011

Dr. Benjamin S. Arbuckle, anthropology, forensic science and archaeology; $20,000; Horse Domestication in the Ancient Near East: Evaluating the Anatolian Origins Hypothesis; National Geographic Society

Dr. Walter L. Bradley, mechanical engineering; $19,397; Coconut Shell Reinforced Polypropylene: Part 2; Whole Tree Inc.

Dr. Walter L. Bradley, mechanical engineering; $18,999; Non-woven Fabric Composite with Coir Fiber; Whole Tree Inc., National Science Foundation

Dr. Tonya N. Davis, educational psychology; $24,816; Graduate Assistant Behavior Therapy Providers at The Heart of Texas Region Mental Health (MHMR); Heart of Texas Region Mental Health Mental Retardation Center

Dr. Jay R. Dittmann, physics; $160,000; Elementary Particle Physics at Baylor; Department of Energy, Office of High Energy Physics

Dr. Diana R. Garland, social work; $18,000 (additional funding); Global Mission Leadership Initiative; The Henry Luce Foundation

Dr. Paul A. Hagelstein, mathematics; $35,000; Harmonic Analysis: Geometric Maximal Operators and the Halo Conjecture, Simons Foundation

Dr. William C. Hockaday, geology; $40,000; Assessing the Impact of Developing World Land Use on Riverine Organic Carbon Delivery to the Ocean; Rice University, National Science Foundation

Dr. Mary P. Nichols, political science; $60,000; Post-doctoral Fellowship; Thomas W. Smith Foundation

Dr. Byeong-Mun (Ben) Song, electrical and computer engineering; $8,333 (additional funding); A Nationwide Consortium of Universities to Revitalize Electric Power Engineering Education by State-of-the-Art Laboratories

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