Diversity and Inclusion Research Grant
Purpose: To facilitate scholarly productivity in the area of diversity and inclusion. Two $4,000 awards will be given to full-time faculty members who are developing or continuing research in the area of diversity and inclusion.
Outcome: To enhance the presence of diversity and inclusion on UNF’s campus, consistent with the mission of the Commission on Diversity and Inclusion.
members eligible for such grant must hold a full time faculty position at
of North Florida.
will be accepted from those beginning research in diversity and inclusion
and those with previous achievements in the area.
more than two research grants will be given in any one year.
2015 Diversity and Inclusion Research Grant Recipients
Dr. Christopher K. Johnson, Associate Professor and Chair, Economics and Geography, and Dr. Chiradip Chatterjee, Visiting Assistant Professor, Economics and Geography, "Gender, Racial and Ethnic Barriers to Building Trust: Experiments on Large Group Trust Games" Joint Award
Dr. Curtis Phills, Assistant Professor, Psychology, "Are the eyes the window to the soul...and a job? Investigating the Relationship Between Racial Eye Gaze Disparity and Hiring Decisions"
2014 Diversity and Inclusion Research Grant Recipients
Dr. Sophie Maxis, Assistant Professor, School Counseling, “A Behind the Scenes Look at First-Generation
Support at UNF: Why it Matters for All Ospreys”
Dr. Suzie S. Weng, Assistant Professor, Social Work, “Asset Mapping of Resources in the
Jacksonville for the Asian-American Community”
2013 Diversity and Inclusion Research Grant Recipients
Dr. Lynne Carroll, Professor, Psychology, “LGBT Elders in Northeast Florida”
Dr. Judith C. Rodriguez, Chair/Professor,
Brooks College of Health/Nutrition and Dietetics, and Dr. Delores D. Truesdell,
Assistant Professor, Nutrition and Dietetics, “Increasing the Number of Dietitians from Underrepresented and
Disadvantaged Groups,” Joint Award
2012 Diversity and Inclusion Research Grant Recipients
Wilder, Assistant Professor, Sociology, “Diversifying the Professoriate in
the State of Florida : Implications for Policy and Practice”
Dr. Richmond Wynn,
Assistant Professor, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, “Intersectionality
of Identity, Culture Centered Counseling and Research,” and Dr. Sharon Tamargo
Wilburn, Professor, Public Health, “Cross-cultural and Intergenerational
Communication and Counseling,” Joint Award