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International Seed Grants Awarded

Seven faculty members will receive funds through the Internationalization Seed Grant program to initiate research and other scholarly professional activities that address international topics and enhance the internationalization of the university in the coming year. The grantees were selected by the University Standing Committee on International Programs.

  • Anthony Blikslager, College of Veterinary Medicine
    “Factors Associated with Colic in Horses in the United States and South Africa”
  • Slavko Komarnysky, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
    “Unlocking Chemical Biodiversity of Malaysia and its Potential to Improve Human Health”
  • John Millhauser, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
    “Investigation of Potential Archeological Field Sites in Mexico”
  • Francis de los Reyes III, College of Engineering
    “Building Collaboarations for Action-Oriented Research for Transforming Poor Communities”
  • Ashely Simons-Rudolph, Women’s Center
    “It Takes a ViLa: Developing a Virtual Research Consortium on Gender Between NCSU and American University Cairo”
  • M.J. Vepraskas, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
    “Soils, Landscapes, and Land Use Issues in the Netherlands: How North Carolina’s Land Managers Can Respond to Climate Change”
  • Wayne Yuan, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
    “Exploring Joint Research and Student Exchange Opportunities in Thailand”

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