These funds will be used to fund travel related to pilot research in support of Professor Corthals' NSF and NIJ submissions on "Developing New Field and Educational Tools for Forensic/Biological Anthropology."
Professors Koetzle, Adamczyk and Mandery will be using the funds on behalf of the Criminal Justice PhD program, as well as the Sociology and Criminal Justice departments to support catering and related costs for the reception at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting.
These funds will be used to offset travel costs related to Professor Baumrin's participation in the Symposium with Performances "neo-Estradas or the Journalistic Stage for Today: Grotowski's 20th Century roots in Lower Silesia in context of 21st Century global displacement."
Professor Baumrin will use the funds to fund transportation for Ukrainian performers to the Symposium with Performances "neo-Estradas or the Journalistic Stage for Today: Grotowski's 20th Century roots in Lower Silesia in context of 21st Century global displacement" in support of the resulting performances and planned journal articles.
The funds will be used to support travel and labor costs arising from the event, "EagleCandorSwap Program or - the Abya Yala Cultural Exchange - A Celebration of the 2016 National Commemoration of Indigenous Peoples Day in New York City.