Women's Studies Scholarships & Awards
Consideration for this grant shall be given to Indiana State University Women tenure track faculty who meet the following criteria:
faculty member(s) shall be women
Assistant Professor rank, who have successfully completed their first-year review
who will benefit from travel and research money that will enable them to develop a research project which is related to their professional field and which can lead to promotion and tenure at Indiana State University
Selection Procedure: recipients of the Zietlow Women Faculty Research Grant shall be selected based on the criteria and on the recommendations of a grants committee appointed by the Provost, which is chaired by a representative from Women's Studies and which includes a majority of tenured women faculty from throughout the University. APPLICATION
The committee will consider applications from pre-tenure women faculty who have completed their first year review successfully, with primary consideration given to the quality of the application narrative itself, and the strength of the project described (potential scholarly contribution, contribution to the tenure decision, the actual work to be undertaken). criteria generally consist of a narrative (include a reearch plan, immediate and future goals for the project, indicate contribution of the project to scholarship in the field as well as importance related to tenure decision) and C.V. accompanied by a letter of support from the Department Chair.
Statement from Charlotte Zietlow:
This endowment is intended as a stipend to support non-tenured women faculty at Indiana State University as they pursue research and personal development in their professional field which will assist them towards promotion and tenure at Indiana State University. It is my perception that financial assistance for faculty at this stage of their careers is not widely available and can be of significant importance as they develop their portfolios. No doubt the same is true for male faculty, but my experience is that women have historically had a harder row to hoe in academia, and frequently have to balance home and career to a greater extent than their male counterparts. I would hope this would give them one additional tool to help them move forward in their teaching, research and service to Indiana State University, and to the learning community in general.
Shana Kopaczewski, Charlotte Zietlow, Janis Leigh, Lisa Borrero, Kathryn Berlin, Florence Uruakpa, Edith Campbell
The first grant was awarded during the 2008-2009 academic year. The inaugural recipient was Dr. Keri Berg [now Keri Yousif]: "Under the Crinoline: Empress Eugenie and Photography"
2009 award recipients
Marcee Everly (Nursing): Decision-making of Nurse Midwives: Does location have an effect?; Barbara Eversole (Technology Management): Decision-making Styles of CEOs: a new model for human relations; Susan Hagood (Physical Education):The Impact of a Professional Development Program on 4th and 5th Grade Students' Physical Activity Levels; Mandy Reid (English): multiple projects
2010 award recipients
Mandy Reid (English): The Ideological Work of Violence: The Repression of Difference and the Discourses of Race, Sexuality, and the Nation in Louisa May Alcott's Little Men and Jo 's Boys; Jennifer Ryan (African and African-American Studies): Saved in the Club. . . Soul Music; Eulson Seung (Chemistry): Improving Undergraduate Student Understanding of Chemistry Processes; Cha Nam Shin (Nursing): Clinical Teaching Experience with Ethnically Diverse Students; Roseanne Fairchild (Nursing): Transforming Care at the Bedside, Indiana's Rural Hospitals; Jennifer Latimer (Geology): Paleo ReFluxes to the Oceans: Potential Impact on Biogeochemical Cycles, Past Climate Change, and Implications for the Future
2011 award recipients
2012 award recipients
LaKesha Anderson (Communications): Exploring Breastfeeding and the Motherhood Myth
Azizi Arrington-Bey (Built Environment): Walls and Words: The Poetry of Interiority
Barbara Eversole (Human Resource Development): Changing Corporate Culture for Work/Life Initiatives: the Perspective of Mid-Level Management
Tina Kruger (Applied Health Sciences): Aging in the Avenues: An Intergenerational Photovoice Project
2013 award recipients
Kathryn Berlin (Applied Health Sciences): Serving as the lead author of a Jones and Bartlett health and wellness textbook: Time and resource managment for a pre-tenure woman;
Lisa Borrero (Applied Health Sciences): Retirement During the Aging Boom: An Exploration of Workplace Retirement Preparation;
Edith Campbell (Library): About the Author: Tanya Bolden in Context
Dianna Cooper-Bolinskey (Social Work): Retirement During the Aging Boom: An Exploration of Workplace Retirement Preparation Programs
Shana Kopaczewski (Communication): Mike and Mo//y: Representations of weight in a prime time sitcom
Janis Leigh (Psychology): Mindfulness-Based Diabetes Management
Florence Ojiugo Uruakpa (Applied Health Sciences): Continuing the fight against obesity among America's teens: Investigating factors that affect consumption of fruits and vegetables among teens in Terre Haute
Award is [was] given annually to a member of the university and/or larger community in recognition of their service to the program and students. Nominees should have made a significant contribution to ISU that reflects a commitment to and leadership within the umbrella of social activism.
2001 Inaugural Award: Darlene Hantzis
2002: Marsha Miller and ISU Trustee Charlotte Zietlow
2003: no award
2004: Veanne Anderson and Nancy Brattain Rogers
2005: Andrea Myers and Sharon Russell
2006: no award
2007: Jan Arnett and Linda Maule
2008: Sherry Dailey
2009; 2010: no award - On April 22, 2010, Interdisciplinary Programs hosted an end of year reception and awards ceremony for outstanding students in Liberal Studies, International Studies and Women's Studies. Professor Jennifer Miller (Southern Illinois University) gave a keynote on immigrant workers and gender in Germany.
Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to an Indiana State University student(s) who meets the following criteria:
students must have completed his/her/their first academic year at Indiana State University - this award shall be for expenses in the subsequent year
student(s) must have demonstrated a significant interest in and dedication to the goals and purposes of the Women's Studies Program at Indiana State University
Scholarship may be renewed annually for up to two years.
Selection Procedure: Recipients of "The Bessie" shall be selected based on the criteria and on the recommendations of a scholarship committee appointed by the Women's Studies Advisory Board
Each recipient will receive a plaque or certificate, as well as a copy of Louis E. Dailey's book, Justice Off-Balance, as long as copies are available.
2009 Inaugural award: Analyssa Noe
2010: Jennifer Wallace
2011: Elizabeth Smit
2013: Hannah Brant
The Coordinator's Award was created in 1998, specifically to recognize faculty who had volunteered their services as coordinators of the program, prior to the naming of the first Director of Women's Studies in 1990, as well as to recognize the establishment of that position. The Coordinators were Jane S. Bakerman (English), Vera G. Channels (Home Economics), Katherine Huei-Ying Huang Hsaio, and Myrna Handle (English).
May, 2009: Sadie Davis (was also Student Commencement Speaker)
April, 2010: Analyssa Noe
April, 2011: Rachel Rose
April, 2012: Jennifer Michels