The Crenshaw Research Fund was established by the friends and family of former Dean Mary Crenshaw, who served as dean from 1966 to 1984. The intent of these funds is to enhance research growth in the College.
To date, this fund has awarded more than $75,000 to support research efforts like purchasing new equipment or software, providing training to a faculty member, or collecting data for a research project.
RECENTLY FUnded PROJECTS
Dr. Haemi Kim (2020) - Strategies to Enhance Service Employees’ Quality of Work Life During the COVID-19 Pandemic Dr. Kimberly Watkins (2020) - Examining The Influence of Parenting Styles on Financial management Behaviors of Consumers Dr. Seung Eun Jung (2019) - Eating Whole-grains Equals Living Longer Dr. Virginia Wimberly (2019) - Don't Send Shoes: A Case Study of Commercial Ties in Louisiana Dr. Ryan Moran (2018) - Measurement of External Jugular Vein Compression Dr. Sherwood Burns-Nader (2018) - Examining the Use of Social Media in Adolescents with Cancer Dr. Joy Douglas (2018) - The Positive Approach to Care Trainer Certification Dr. Lingyan Kong (2018) - Development of Starch for Drug Delivery
Applying for Funds
Applications should be submitted via email to Ryan Moran by December 1st