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FACULTY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE ANNUAL REPORT Membership, : John Brueggeman, Associate Dean, (Spring term) Alice Dean, Chair, Professor of Mathematics Sarah Goodwin, Associate Dean,
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FACULTY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE ANNUAL REPORT Membership, : John Brueggeman, Associate Dean, (Spring term) Alice Dean, Chair, Professor of Mathematics Sarah Goodwin, Associate Dean, (Fall term) Viviana Rangil, Associate Professor of Spanish Peter Stake, Associate Professor of Art Aldo Vacs, Professor of Government Membership, : John Brueggeman, Associate Dean Steven Frey, Assistant Professor of Chemistry Margaret Pearson, Associate Professor of History Viviana Rangil, Associate Professor of Spanish Peter Stake, Chair, Associate Professor of Art The committee met sixteen times during the academic year. The primary function of the FDC is solicitation, consideration, and awarding of applications for various faculty development opportunities that are offered throughout the academic year. A list of this year's awards is appended to this report. Other committee items of interest include the following: Faculty Major Project Completion awards were given for the first time this year. FDC designed a set of guidelines that will appear in the Faculty Development Handbook, and a mid-to-late fall application deadline will be implemented, to make it easier for faculty whose applications for this award are rejected to apply for the Faculty Research Initiative Grant at the beginning of the spring semester. Interaction with CFG: CFG added FDC to the membership of the Committee of Committees, and the chair of FDC was included in the membership of GAC. In addition, FDC proposed to CFG that the length of faculty terms be extended from two years to three, to improve the experience and institutional memory that can be brought to bear on award decisions. The proposal was approved by CFG, and it will be brought before the faculty in the fall. In the spirit of improving FDC's institutional memory, the committee developed a set of criteria (modified from a FDC document) for evaluating Moseley Faculty Lecturer nominations. The new guidelines will be passed on to the next FDC to use or not, as it sees fit. The committee members expressed concern that faculty members are not maximizing the opportunities to either obtain grant money for themselves, or to honor colleagues with outstanding records. The committee hopes that future FDC's will try to address this issue by increased advertising of both opportunities and faculty accomplishments, and by reminding faculty members that the process for applying themselves, or for recommending colleagues, is quite simple for most awards. On the other hand, one award that is sometimes over-requested is the Faculty Development Grant. Every effort is made to give as full as possible awards to all deserving applicants. The committee reminds faculty members applying for travel money to be sure to first exhaust their Travel to Read/Represent funds, before applying for a Faculty Development Grant to fund travel. At the suggestion of several award recipients, the letters announcing approval or rejection of applications will be redesigned to give that information more directly, at the beginning of the letter. Summer technology grants: After consultation and discussion, the committee agreed that the guidelines of these grants should be revised to fund not just equipment acquisition, but more general expenses. The change will be consistent with the policies for other awards. We also agreed that a future FDC should revisit the guidelines for approving web design proposals. Peter Stake will be Chair of the Faculty Development Committee for academic year Many thanks to the committee members for their hard work and good will, and especially to Chris McGill, who did so much for FDC at a time when she was (in addition to her 'day job' in the DOF office) also playing a major role in coordinating the selection of our new president. Respectfully submitted, Alice Dean, Chair APPENDIX: AWARDS ADMINISTERED BY FDC, THE RALPH A. CIANCIO AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING Gregory Pfitzer Professor of American Studies COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH PROGRAM SUMMER 2003 Team 1: Beau Breslin, Assistant Professor of Government Sarah Luckenbach '04 Matthew Sweet '04 Project: Transcending: Reflections by Crime Victims Team 2: David Karp, Assistant Professor of Sociology Miriam Popper '05 Project: An Evaluation of Saratoga County's Victim Impact Panel Program Team 3: James McLelland, Visiting Professor of Geoscience Davin Lyons '06 Project: Geological Field Mapping, Geochemistry, Dating, and Interpretation of the Southeastern Adirondacks Exposed Northwest of Saratoga Springs Team 4: Flip Phillips, Assistant Professor of Psychology Kevin DeSimone '03 Project: Viewpoint and Control Team 5: Robert C. Turner, Assistant Professor of Government Dave Thayer '04 Project: Prisons as a Rural Economic Development Strategy Team 6: Professor David Vella of Mathematics and Computer Science David Wiygul '04 Project: An Exploration of Lie Algebras: Structure, Representations, and Orbits COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER Sheldon Solomon, Professor of Psychology FACULTY DEVELOPMENT GRANT RECIPIENTS FOR THE PERIOD OF JANUARY - AUGUST 2003 Ann Alton, Lecturer in Music CD Recording of New Works for Flute, Guitar & Cello Joel Brown, Artist-in-Residence in Music CD Recording of New Works for Flute, Guitar & Cello Daniel Flores-Guri, Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics Determinants of Taxicab Activity in U. S. Cities Richard Linke, Associate Professor of Art Pre-Press Design for an Adirondack Monograph Margo Mensing, Assistant Professor of Art Joint Exhibition with John McQueen Barbara Norelli, Associate Librarian ACRL Immersion & Beyond Paul Sattler, Assistant Professor of Art Excavating Beauty FACULTY DEVELOPMENT GRANT RECIPIENTS JUNE - DECEMBER, 2003 John Anzalone, Professor of French World War One Graphics Michael Arnush, Associate Professor of Classics Participation in the Summer Seminar on Electronic Publication at Harvard-University's Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington, D.C. Erica Bastress-Dukehart, Assistant Professor of History Here is the Velvet Dress I Promised: Fathers, Daughters, and the Rhetoric of Inheritance in Early Modern Europe Susan Bender, Professor of Anthropology Radiometric Dating of an Archaeological Site in South Park, Colorado Donna Brent, Visiting Assistant Professor of Education Special Education: A comparison of identification, assessment and intervention practices in the United States and Italy Ngina Chiteji, Assistant Professor of Economics Intergenerational Connections and Wealth: Their Economic Importance and Social Significance Alice M. Dean, Professor of Mathematics Characterization and Representation of Unit Bar-visibility Graphs Tom Denny, Associate Professor of Music The Ending(s) of Don Giovanni: German Practice, German Sources Michael Ennis-McMillan, Assistant Professor of Anthropology Gender and Community-Based Water Management in the Valley of Mexico Pat Fidopiastis, Assistant Professor of Biology The Role of Zinc-Metalloprotease Activity in the Symbiotic Colonization of Squid by the Marine Luminous Bacterium Vibrio fischeri Deb Hall, Assistant Professor of Art Typography, Technology & Identity: The large-format printing & framing of a body of digital work Susan S. Lehr, Professor of Education Participant in the Children's Literature New England Summer Institute at Newnham College in Cambridge, England Elzbieta Lepkowska-White, Assistant Professor of Management & Business Transitional Economy: Longitudinal Analysis of Country of Origin Information in Print Advertising William Lewis, Assistant Professor of Philosophy The Purification of Theory for Practice: Althusser and the Traditions of French Marxism Birgit Linder, Visiting Assistant Professor in Foreign Languages & Literature Madness in China: A Cultural and Literary Pathology of Self and Reason Crystal Moore, Assistant Professor of Social Work Strategies to Promote Surrogate Involvement in effective Patient-Centered Care John L. Moore, Senior Artist-in-Residence in Art & Art History Development of Internet Publication on the State of Contemporary Painting in Paris Now Jerry Philogene, Lecturer in American Studies Imagining the Caribbean and its Diaspora: New Approaches in Anglophone Caribbean Art History and Visual Culture Viviana Rangil, Associate Professor of Spanish Contemporary Argentinean Women Filmmakers Roy Rotheim, Professor of Economics Research with the J.M. Keynes Papers at Kings College, University of Cambridge Mary Zeiss Stange, Associate Professor of Women's Studies & Religion Field Research at the Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum and the Annie Oakley Foundation FACULTY DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE GRANT David Domozych, Professor of Biology Complete Key Phase of Ongoing Research David Peterson, Professor of Art Stone Markers: Development of a Site-Specific Installation FACULTY AWARD FOR MAJOR PROJECT COMPLETION SUMMER 2003 Jordana Dym, Assistant Professor of History To complete and index the manuscript, From Pueblos to Pueblo: Creating National States in Central America Catherine J. Golden, Professor of English To complete a sourcebook on Charlotte Perkins Gilman's The Yellow Wall- Paper Holley S. Hodgins, Associate Professor of Psychology To complete two manuscripts for publication in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology Hedi Jaouad, Associate Professor of French To complete the book-length study, The Sword and the Pen: The Reception of the Figure of Emir Abdel-Kader in the Literature of Nineteenth-Century Europe and the United States Amelia Rauser, Assistant Professor of Art History To complete the manuscript, Caricature Unmasked: Irony, Authenticity, and Individualism in 18th-century British Prints Denise Smith, Associate Professor of Exercise Science To complete the data analysis and manuscript writing phase of Changes in Physiological and Psychological Profiles of Fire Fighters during a One-Week Intensive Training Course MOSELEY LECTURER Roy Rotheim, Professor of Economics SABBATICAL LEAVES RECOMMENDED FOR FOR ENTIRE YEAR R. Daniel Hurwitz, Professor of Mathematics Regina M. Janes, Professor of English Susan Kress, Professor of English; Class of 1948 Professor for Excellence in Teaching Mary C. Lynn, Professor of American Studies Monica Raveret Richter, Associate Professor of Biology Deborah Rohr, Associate Professor of Music FOR FALL 2003 Holley S. Hodgins, Associate Professor of Psychology Steven A. Hoffmann, Professor of Government Roy J. Rotheim, Professor of Economics Sheldon Solomon, Professor of Psychology David Domozych, Professor of Biology FOR SPRING 2004 Gerald M. Erchak, Professor of Anthropology Regis C. Brodie, Professor of Art Gautam Dasgupta, Professor of Theater Mary DiSanto-Rose, Associate Professor of Dance Patricia Fehling, Associate Professor of Exercise Science Jane S. Graves, Associate Professor, Visual Resources/Arts Librarian Tadahisa Kuroda, The David H. Porter Professor Bernard Possidente, Professor of Biology William J. Standish, Associate Professor of Physics Aldo C. Vacs, Joseph C. Palamountain Professor of Government Marc-Andre Wiesmann, Associate Professor of French UNTENURED SABBATICAL LEAVES RECOMMENDED FOR FOR ENTIRE YEAR **Susan Belden, Associate Professor of Management & Business **Ngina S. Chiteji, Assistant Professor of Economics FOR FALL 2003 **David D. Weis, Assistant Professor of Chemistry **Deborah R. Hall, Assistant Professor of Art FOR SPRING 2004 **Robert C. Turner, Assistant Professor of Government **Pending Reappointment SUMMER TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION GRANTS Deborah Hall, Assistant Professor of Art Introduction to Wide Format Printing David Weis, Assistant Professor of Chemistry Development of a Website for the Department of Chemistry TANG EXHIBITION GRANT RECIPIENTS Mary Crone, Assistant Professor of Physics & Margo Mensing, Assistant Professor of Art Supernova/Sense October-December, 2004
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