FY 2004 New Funds

FY 2004 1st Quarter

Biology

  • Janet Mann, "LTREB:  Long-term Study of Bottlenose Dolphin Life History and Social Ecology," National Science Foundation

  • Joseph  Neale, "NAAG Peptidase Inhibitors and Neuronal Function," National Institute of Neurological Disorders

  • Ronda Rolfes, "Transcriptional Activation by Bas1 and Bas2 in Yeast," National Science Foundation

  • Steven Singer, "Student Research Fellowship Award:  Regulation of Defensin Expression in Intestinal Epithelial Cells," Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America

  • Martha Weiss, "Learning in Multiple Behavior Contexts," University of Arizona

Center for Contemporary Arab Studies

  • Judith Tucker, "National Resource Centers on the Middle East and North Africa," Department of Education

  • Judith Tucker, "National Resource Centers on the Middle East and North Africa - Library Acquisition," Department of Education

Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies

  • Angela Stent, "National Resource Center on Eurasian, Russian, and East European Studies," Department of Education

Center for Latin American Studies

  • Miguel Ceballos, "Colombia Program:  Internal Conflict and Democratic Governability," United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

  • Arturo Valenzuela, "Political Database of the Americas," Organization of American States

Center for Population and Health

  • Maxine Weinstein, "Infrastructure for Aging and Health Research,"  National Institute on Aging

Chemistry 

  • Sarah Stoll, "NER:  Nanostructures from Magnetic Centers and Liquid Crystal Linkers," National Science Foundation

  • Jennifer Swift, "Crystal Growth:  A Research Module for the Undergraduate Organic Laboratory," National Science Foundation   

  • Richard Weiss, "Molecular Approaches to Investigating and Developing Polymers, Organogels, and Ionic Liquids through Photochemistry, Photophysics, and Structure," National Science Foundation

  • David Yang, "Novel Recombinant Protein Therapeutics of Botulism," National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

Computer Science

  • Richard Squier, "Solitonic Gateless Computing," University of Central Florida

Economics

  • Philip Cross, "Intergovernmental Personnel Act (IPA) with the Department of Defense," Department of Defense

Graduate School

  • James Schaefer, "Graduate Research Fellowships,"  National Science Foundation

Institute for the Study of Diplomacy

  • Casimir Yost, "US Power:  International Perceptions and Implications for Multilateral Cooperation and US Interests," Carnegie Corporation of New York

Institute for the Study of International Migration

  • Elzbieta Gozdziak, "Poultry, Apples, and New Immigrants in the Rural Communities of the Shenandoah Valley:  An Ethnographic Case Study," Department of Agriculture

  • Charles Keely, "Editor - International Migration Quarterly Review," International Organization for Migration   

  • Lindsay Lowell, "US Labor Markets and Immigration," University of California, Irvine

  • Susan Martin, "Impact and Implementation of Immigration and Refugee Policies," The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation 

Kennedy Institute of Ethics

  • Leroy Walters, "National Reference Center for Bioethics Literature," National Library of Medicine

  • Leroy Walters, "National Information Resource on Ethics and Human Genetics," National Human Genome Research Institute

  • Leroy Walters, "DNA Patent Policies at Academic Institutions," National Human Genome Research Institute

  • Leroy Walters, "Development and Deploying the DNA Patent Database," Department of Energy

Linguistics

  • James Alatis, "Teachers and Personnel Grants,"  Department of Education

  • James Alatis, "Language Resource Centers," Department of Education

  • Alison Mackey, "English Learning by Immigrant Children in Singapore," The Spencer Foundation

Mathematics

  • Matthias Eller, "Carleman Estimates for Systems of Partial Differential Equations with Application to the Control of Coupled Systems," National Science Foundation

McCourt School of Public Policy

  • Doreen Cavanaugh, "Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) TA for Youth Treatment," Northrop Grumman - IT 

  • Barbara Cooper, "Program Direction Grant for the Commonwealth Fund's Program on Medicare's Future," Commonwealth Fund

  • Jeffrey Crowley, "Continuing Analysis of Disability Issues," The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

  • Elizabeth Dahl, "Generating Operating Support," Anonymous

  • John Hoadley, "Structured Interviews on Drug Distribution Channels for Physician-Administered Drugs," University of Chicago

  • John Hoadley, "Analysis of the Effect on Medicare Part B of Pharmaceuticals in the Pipeline," University of Chicago

  • Jens Ludwig, "The Effects of Concentrated Urban Poverty on Low-Income Families: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Chicago," Harvard University

  • Cynthia Mann, "Information - Analysis to Kaiser Commission on Medicaid," The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

  • Ellen O'Brien, "Maintaining the Gains Report," Southern Institute on Children and Families

  • Karen Pollitz, "Studying the Experiences of Vulnerable Populations in Private Health Insurance," The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

  • Joy Pritts, "Analyzing the Impact of the Federal Health Privacy Rule on Covering Kids and Families Grantees and Local Project Participants," The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

  • Joy Pritts, "Veterans' Views of HIPAA, Privacy Protection and Health Services Research," Department of Veterans' Affairs Medical Center - Ann Arbor

  • Laura Summer, "Preparation of Two Issue Briefs and a Data Book,"  National Governors' Association

Physics

  • Barbara Paola, "Localized Doping of Carbon Nanotubes for Novel Devices and Sensor Applications," The Petroleum Research Fund

  • Jeffrey Urbach, "Spatio-temporal Control of Actin Polymerization," University of Maryland, College Park

Psychology

  • Chandan Vaidya, "Integrating Brain Imaging and Genetic Analysis of ADHD," National Institute of Mental Health

  • Helen Yankovich, "Aging and Implicit Learning of Dynamic Systems," National Institutes of Health  

School of Business

  • Robin Dillon, "The Development of a Probabilistic Risk Analysis Model to Support the INTEGRITY Program's Goal of Reducing the Risk of Human Space Mission," National Aeronautics and Space Administration - Ames Research Center

School of Foreign Service

  • Robert Sutter, "China and Asia:  Dynamics and Implications,"  Anonymous

Security Studies

  • Valerie Gilpin, "Highlighting European Perspectives on Security Issues," Robert Bosch Stiftung Foundation

  • Valerie Gilpin, "Fostering a New Generation of Women Leaders," Carnegie Corporation of New York  

FY 2004 2nd Quarter

Biology

  • Edward Barrows, "Dyke Marsh Wildlife Preserve - An Arthropod Survey," National Park Service
  • Heidi Elmendorf, "Transcriptional Regulation in Giardia lamblia," National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
  • Joseph Neale, "Developing NAAG Peptidase Inhibitors," National Institute of Neurological Disorders
  • Joseph Neale, "Undergraduate Biological Sciences Initiative," Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Center for Latin American Studies

  • Miguel Ceballos, "Assessment on Violence Prevention and Security Policies in Bogotá City," Bogotá Mayor's Office
  • Arturo Valenzuela, "Columbia-Georgetown FLAS Consortium," Columbia University

Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship

  • Randall Bass, "Undergraduate Biological Sciences Initiative,"  Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service

  • Anita Bonds, "Tutorial and Self-Esteem Services for Youth on Probation,"  DC-Superior Court
  • Samuel Marullo, "The Columbia Heights Action Research Project,"  The Sociological Initiatives Foundation
  • Samuel Marullo, "Community Research and Learning (CoRAL) Network Startup," The Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation
  • Samuel Marullo, "Building Democracy in the Nation's Capital," Corporation for National and Community Service

Chemistry

  • Toshiko Ichiye, "Computer Simulations of Electron Transfer Proteins," National Institutes of Health
  • Miklos Kertesz, "Electronic Structures of Conducting Polymers and Organic Materials," National Science Foundation   
  • Timothy Warren, "CAREER:  Metal-Ligand Multiple Bonding in Later, First Row Complexes," National Science Foundation

Institute for the Study of International Migration

  • Elzbieta Gozdziak, "Meetings Addressing the Welfare of Children," US Conference of Catholic Bishops, Inc. 
  • Charles B. Keely, "Editor - International Migration Quarterly Review," International Organization for Migration   
  • Susan Martin, "Remittances within the Americas:  Costa Rica and Nicaragua / Dominican Republic and Haiti," Inter-American Development Bank 
  • Susan Martin, "Remittances within the Americas:  Argentina and Bolivia," Inter-American Development Bank 
  • Susan Martin, "Disaster Responses:  Capacity Building for Developing Country Institutions," Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Lauinger Library

  • Artemis Kirk, "The CIRLA Fellows Program," Institute of Museum and Library Studies

McCourt School of Public Policy

  • Joan Alker, "Medicaid Changes in Connecticut," Connecticut Health Foundation
  • Doreen Cavanaugh, "CSAT HIV/AIDS Program Technical Assistance," Northrop Grumman - IT 
  • Doreen Cavanaugh, "Adolescents with Substance Abuse Disorders," Substance Abuse and Mental Health
  • Jeffrey Crowley, "Analysis of Medicaid Reform on People with HIV/AIDS," The George Gund Foundation
  • Jeffrey Crowley, "Research and HIV/AIDS Related Stigma Reduction," The National Minority AIDS Council
  • Judith Feder, "Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life," The Pew Charitable Trusts
  • John Hoadley, "Prescription Drug Issues for Dually Eligible Beneficiaries," University of Chicago
  • John Hoadley, "Structured Interviews with Physicians in Market Areas without Long-Term Care Hospitals," University of Chicago
  • John Hoadley, "Transitions Among PBMS and Health Plans," University of Chicago
  • Virginia Hodgkinson, "Center for Democracy and the Third Sector - Democratic Audit," Atlantic Philanthropies
  • Katrina Holt, "Bright Futures in Practice:  Oral Health Quick Reference," Maternal and Child Health Bureau
  • Katrina Holt, "National Maternal and Child Oral Health Resource Center," Maternal and Child Health Bureau
  • Kathy Kretman, "Nonprofit Case Study I," Jessie Ball duPont Fund
  • Kathy Kretman, "Nonprofit Case Study II," Jessie Ball duPont Fund
  • Cynthia Mann, "Medicaid and SCHIP Policies," Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
  • Cynthia Mann, "Assessing Medicaid Restructuring Options," The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
  • Cynthia Schneider, "Ethics Meets the Marketplace:  Towards a Model Framework Harnessing the Potential of Life Sciences to Improve Agriculture and Animal Agriculture in the Developing World," The Rockefeller Foundation
  • Laura Summer, "State Solutions:  An Enrollment Initiative," Rutgers University

Minority Student Affairs

  • Thomas Bullock, "Undergraduate Biological Sciences Initiative,"  Howard Hughes Medical Institute

National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health

  • Rochelle Mayer, "Maternal and Child Health Library Services," Maternal and Child Health Bureau

Office of the President

  • Stewart McLaurin, "Conference on Faith-Based Initiatives and the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief," Social and Scientific Systems

Physics

  • Paola Barbara, "CAREER:  Superconductor / Carbon-Nanotube Junctions and Interfaces," National Science Foundation
  • James Freericks, "A Microscopic Description of the Josephson Junction Interface," Department of the Navy
  • Jeffrey Urbach, "CRCNS:  Mechanisms of Axonal Gradient Detection," National Institute of Neurological Disorders

Psychology

  • Benjamin Walker, "Vagus Nerve Stimulation and the Control of Social and Exploratory Behavioral Deficits in a Rodent Model of Autism," Cure Autism Now Foundation
  • Jennifer Woolard, "Adolescent Development and Juvenile Justice:  Culpability Study," Temple University

School for Summer and Continuing Education

  • Emma Harrington, "Institute on the Constitution," Federal-Other  

School of Foreign Service

  • Robert Gallucci, "Exploratory Research of Establishing SFS in Qatar," Qatar Foundation
  • John Ikenberry, "Strategic Reactions to American Global Predominance," Anonymous

FY 2004 3rd Quarter

Biology

  • Ronda Rolfes Dever, “Regulation of Purine Nucleotide Biosynthesis in Yeast,” National Science Foundation
  • Matthew Hamilton, “Modeling Evolution of Quantitative Traits with Finite Locus Effects,” National Science Foundation
  • Janet Mann, “LTREB:  Long-term Study of Bottlenose Dolphin Life History and Social Ecology,” National Science Foundation
  • Steven Singer, “Immune Responses to Giardia lamblia,” National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding

  • Zahid Bukhari, “The Muslim Community in the American Public Square,” The Pew Charitable Trusts

Center for Minority Educational Affairs

  • Thomas Bullock, “Undergraduate Biological Sciences Initiative,” Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship

  • Randall Bass, “The Crossroads Online Institute,” Department of Education

Center for Population and Health

  • Maxine Weinstein, “Infrastructure for Aging and Health Research at Georgetown University,” National Institute on Aging

Chemistry

  • Kevin Holman, “CAREER:  Functional Materials Derived from Molecular Containers,” National Science Foundation
  • Toshiko Ichiye, “Computer Simulations of Electron Transfer Proteins,” National Institute of General Medical Sciences
  • Richard Weiss, “Development, Investigation, and Application of Polymers, Organogels, and Ionic Liquid Crystals through Thermal and Photochemical Reactions, Photophysics, and Structural Studies,” National Science Foundation
  • Christian Wolf, “CAREER:  Development of a New Class of Static and Dynamic Stereoselective Sensors,” National Science Foundation

Government

  • Michael Bailey, “Collaborative Research:  Creating Cross-Institutional Preference Measures:  Methodological Improvements for Studying Constraints on the Supreme Court.,” National Science Foundation
  • Angela Stent, “IPA for Angela Stent,” Anonymous

History

  • Meredith McKittrick, “NEH Fellowships 2004-2005,” National Endowment for the Humanities

Institute for the Study of International Migration

  • Elzbieta Gozdziak, “Refugees Resettled in Hawaii:  A Descriptive Overview of the Population and Their Needs,” Department of Health and Human Services
  • Lindsay Lowell, “US Labor Markets and Immigration,” University of California, Irvine
  • Susan Martin, “Transnationalism and Development:  Central America and the Caribbean in Perspective,” The Rockefeller Foundation
  • Susan Martin, “Impact and Implementation of Immigration and Refugee Policies,” The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
  • Susan Martin, “World Survey on the Role of Women in Development 2004,” Anonymous

Mathematics

  • Judith Miller, “Modeling Evolution of Quantitative Traits with Finite Locus Effects,” National Science Foundation

McCourt School of Public Policy

  • Joan Alker, “The Cost-Effectiveness of Medicaid/SCHIP Premium Assistance,” The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
  • Spencer Boyer, “Judicial Independence Initiative,” Deer Creek Foundation
  • Spencer Boyer, “Support of the Liberty and Security Initiative,” The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region
  • Jeffrey Crowley, “Analyzing Issues in the Medicare Drug Bill for Dual-Eligibles with Disabilities,” The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
  • Jeffrey Crowley, “Consumer Guide to Federal Privacy Regulations for People Living with HIV,” Betah Associates, Inc.
  • Pablo Eisenberg, “Senior Fellowship Support,” Open Society Institute
  • Carol Emig, “The Pew Commission on Children in Foster Care,” The Pew Chartable Trusts
  • Steven Heydemann, “The Center for Democracy and the Third Sector:  The Democratic Audit Projects,” Atlantic Philanthropies
  • Steven Heydemann, “The Center for Democracy and the Third Sector,” Atlantic Philanthropies
  • John Hoadley, “State Experience with Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs,” The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • John Hoadley, “Private and Public Sector Health Care Purchasing Strategies,” University of Chicago
  • John Hoadley, “Medicare and Prescription Drugs:  An Evaluation and Synthesis of Research Relevant to Current National Policy,” AcademyHealth
  • Katrina Holt, “Improving Maternal Oral Health and Perinatal Outcomes,” American Dental Association Foundation
  • Mila Kofman, “Case Study:  Private Health Insurance in New York State,” Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development
  • Cynthia Mann, “Medicaid and SCHIP Policies,” Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
  • Geri Palast, “Justice at Stake Campaign,” Open Society Institute
  • Karen Pollitz, “Monitoring Early Experiences with Federal Health Insurance Tax Credits,” The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Karen Pollitz, “Consumer Guide to Getting and Keeping Health Insurance in New York State,” The New York Community Trust
  • Cynthia Schneider, “Ethics Meets the Marketplace,” The Rockefeller Foundation

Physics

  • Jeffrey Urbach, “Granular Dynamics Without Gravitational Barrier,” National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  • Edward Van Keuren, “CAREER:  Organic Nanoparticles,” National Science Foundation
  • Edward Van Keuren, “Georgetown University Physics Industrial Internship Program,” Seagate Technology, LLC

School for Summer and Continuing Education

  • Emma Harrington, “Institute on the Constitution,” The James Madison Foundation

School of Foreign Service

  • Roger Chickering, “NEH Fellowships 2004-2005,” National Endowment for the Humanities
  • Herbert Howe, “Democratization and Military Professionalism:  Dilemmas of Military Reform in Democratizing States,” United States Institute of Peace

Sociology

  • Samuel Marullo, “A Curricular Framework for International Innovation,” Loyola University Chicago

Student Health Education Services

  • Shannon Hunnicutt, “Campus Training and Service Grant,” Department of Justice

FY 2004 4th Quarter

Biology

  • Janet Mann, “LTREB:  Long-term Study of Bottlenose Dolphin Life History and Social Ecology,” National Science Foundation
  • Steven Singer, “Immune Responses to Giardia lamblia,” National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

Center for Contemporary Arab Studies

  • Judith Tucker, “FLAS on the Middle East and North Africa,” Department of Education

Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies

  • Jennifer Long, “FLAS in Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies,” Department of Education

Center for Latin American Studies

  • Robin King, “Multilateral and Regional Trade Issues for the Americas:  An Advanced Training Course for Government Officials,” Organization of American States
  • Arturo Valenzuela, “Columbia-Georgetown FLAS Consortium,” Columbia University

Center for Minority Educational Affairs

  • Thomas Bullock, “DC Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs,” DC – Government

Center for Social Justice

  • Anita Bonds, “Tutorial and Self-Esteem Services for Youth on Probation Program,” DC – Superior Court

Chemistry

  • Jennifer Swift, “Surface Chemistry Approaches to Understanding and Directing Molecular Crystal Growth Processes,” The Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, Inc.
  • Richard Weiss “Approaches to Gelation for Enhanced Oil Recovery.  New Materials and Better Understanding,” Other Business and Industry
  • Christian Wolf, “Development of Axially Chiral 1,8-Diacrydilnaphthalene N,N’-Dioxides for Enantioselective Sensing,” The Petroleum Research Fund

Computer Science

  • Richard Squier, “Solitonic Gateless Computing,” University of Central Florida

Government

  • Joshua Mitchell, “Bradley Fellowship Program,” Bradley Foundation

Graduate School

  • Gerald Mara, “Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad,” Department of Education
  • Gerald Mara, “Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad,” Department of Education

Institute for the Study of International Migration

  • Elzbieta Gozdziak, “Meetings Addressing the Welfare of Children,” US Conference of Catholic Bishops, Inc.
  • Elzbieta Gozdziak, “Legal Review on Trafficking in Women and Children in the Caribbean,” International Organization for Migration
  • Lindsay Lowell, “Technical Paper on Immigration and Oral Presentation of Paper,” DTI Associates, Inc.
  • Susan Martin, “Immigration and Integration Policy:  Transatlantic Lessons and Exchanges,” German Marshall of the United States

International Student & Scholar Services

  • Michael Vande Berg, “Test Materials for Overseas Sites,” Dickinson College

Linguistics

  • Jeffrey Connor-Linton, “English Language Acquisition:  National Professional Development Program,” Department of Education
  • Inderjeet Mani, “Constructing Proteins Ontologies Using Text Mining,” National Science Foundation

McCourt School of Public Policy

  • Spencer Boyer, “Death Penalty Initiative,” Criminal Justice Reform Education Fund
  • Spencer Boyer, “Ending the Juvenile Death Penalty,” National Juvenile Defender Center
  • Spencer Boyer, “Liberty and Security Initiative,” Public Welfare Foundation
  • Jeffrey Crowley, “2004 Update of the Medicaid Prescription Drug Survey,” The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
  • Jeffrey Crowley, “Development of Fact Sheets and Policy Reports Examining Medicaid’s Role for Persons with Disabilities,” The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
  • William Gormley, “An Evaluation of Tulsa’s Pre-K Program (Year 2) ,”Rutgers University
  • John Hoadley, “Cost Estimates for NAPH Safety Net Policy Options,” The National Opinion Research Center
  • John Hoadley, “Using Evidence-Based Medicine to Control Pharmaceutical Program Costs,” National Academy for State Health Policy
  • Mila Kofman, “Issue Brief Examining Health Saving Accounts,” Anonymous
  • Kathy Kretman, “The Policy in Action Project,” Jessie Ball duPont Fund
  • Jens Ludwig, “The Effects of Concentrated Urban Poverty on Low-Income Families:  Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Chicago,” Harvard University
  • Cynthia Mann, “Churning in Public Programs,” The Commonwealth Fund
  • Jean Mitchell, “Effect of Physician-Owned Specialty Hospitals on Full Service Community Hospitals,” Sioux Valley Hospitals 
  • Geri Palast, “Justice at Stake Campaign,” Open Society Institute
  • Geri Palast, “Communication and Outreach for the New Politics of Judicial Elections 2002 Report,” Carnegie Corporation of New York
  • Karen Pollitz, “Small Business Health Insurance Consumer Guides,” The National Opinion Research Center
  • Karen Pollitz, “Small Business Health Insurance Consumer Guides,” The National Opinion Research Center
  • Joy Pritts, “State Guides to Patients’ Access to Medical Records,” National Library of Medicine
  • John Richards, “State Medicaid and the MCH (Title V) Programs,” Health Resources and Services Administration
  • Virginia Sloan, “Support for Communications Efforts Around the Simmons Amicus Brief,” Criminal Justice Reform Education Fund

Physics

  • John Currie, “IPA with the ARP,” American Registry of Pathology
  • David Egolf, “CAREER:  Computational Science Far-from-Equilibrium and in the Classroom,” National Science Foundation
  • James Freericks, “NIRT:  Computational Design and Optimization of Nanoscale Spintronic and Thermoelectric Devices,” National Science Foundation
  • Makarand Paranjape, “Cell Insertion and Manipulation Using MEMS,” National Science Foundation
  •  Makarand Paranjape, “Georgetown University Physics Industrial Internship Program,” Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
  • Makarand Paranjape, “Georgetown University Physics Industrial Internship Program,” Infinite Biomedical Technologies

Psychology

  • Rachel Barr, “Trends in Young Children’s Use of Computers,” The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
  • David Crystal, “Social Reasoning About Exclusion and Rights,” University of Maryland, College Park
  • Darlene Howard, “Aging and the Implicit Learning of Sequential Patterns,” National Institute on Aging
  • Deborah Phillips, “Child Care and Children’s Temperaments,” Department of Health and Human Services
  • Deborah Phillips, “Child Care in Fragile Families,” Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Vaidya Chandan, “Integrating Brain Imaging and Genetic Analysis of ADHD,” National Institute on Mental Health

Spanish and Portuguese

  • Harriet Wood Bowden, “Experience in Late-Acquired Language Neurocognition,” National Institute of Mental Health
  • Kara Short, “Second Language Learning:  An Artificial Language Study,” National Institute of Mental Health

Theology

  • John Haught, “Is Nature Enough?  Science and the Quest for Ultimate Reality,” The John Templeton Foundation