IWL 2022 Interdisciplinary Summer Grant Program
The Institute for Women’s Leadership invited applicants for this year’s 2022 Interdisciplinary Summer Grant program. Through this grant program, IWL helps to foster interdisciplinary research collaborations across the Marquette University community that further our understanding of gender and sex.
Click HERE for this year's application.
Please note that applications need to be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org. Further instructions are included in the application guidelines.
The deadline for applications is Friday, March 25, 2022, by 4 PM. Awards will be announced by late April.
2022 IWL Research Mini-Grants
Institute for Women's Leadership is currently accepting applications for research mini-grants of up to $1000. These grants are designed to support research-related activities that advance scholarship or academic knowledge focused on gender or sex.
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IWL 2021 Interdisciplinary Summer Grant Program
The goals of the Institute for Women’s Leadership interdisciplinary grant program are to foster interdisciplinary research collaborations across the Marquette University community that further our understanding of gender and sex across the full range of human affairs, and to stimulate the development of such research into larger extramurally funded projects.
The Interdisciplinary Summer Grant Program will support high quality, interdisciplinary research projects involving collaborators from two or more disciplinary backgrounds or traditions that advance our understanding of gender and/or sex in any domain of human endeavor and show promise of receiving extramural funding.
2021 Award Recipients
The 2nd Annual Interdisciplinary Summer Pilot Grant Program award winners include four research grants and one project grant:
Sex Differences in the Persistent Effects of COVID-19
PI Team: Dr. Sandra Hunter, Dr. Linda Piacentine, Dr. Marie Hoeger Bement, and Dr. Paula Papanek
The overarching goal of this research is to determine the long-term effects of COVID-19 on physical and psychological function across different population demographics including sex, age, race, and ethnicity.
Decolonizing the Archives: Ynéz Mexía’s Herbaria Digital Platform
PI Team: Dr. Michelle Medeiros and Dr. Henry Medeiros, with Dr. Denise Coutinho Endringer from Vila Velha University-Brazil
The purpose of "Decolonizing the Archives" is to analyze collecting expeditions to South America by the Mexican American botanist Ynéz Mexía (1870-1938).
An Early Index of Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease in Women: Advanced EEG Analysis of Complex Sensorimotor Functioning
PI Team: Dr. Kristy Nielson, Dr. Leigh Ann Mrotek, Dr. Robert Scheidt, and Dr. Scott Beardsley
The purpose of this research is to characterize sex differences in behavioral performance and in functional frontal-cerebellar activation and connectivity using advanced EEG techniques.
The Persephone Project: Advocate. Amplify. Adore.
PI: Dr. Melissa Shew
The Persephone Project’s mission is grounded in the belief that all young people are “thinkerly” creatures filled with intellectual curiosity about themselves, the world, and each other. Yet, women, girls, and those who identify as gender nonconforming have been widely excluded from the history of intellectual life and are still excluded today. The Persephone Project aims to help remedy that situation.
IWL Pilot Interdisciplinary Summer Grant Program Recipients Awarded for Summer 2020
The Institute for Women’s Leadership (IWL) launched its Pilot Interdisciplinary Summer Grant Program in 2020. This research grant program seeks to foster interdisciplinary research collaborations across the university that further the campus community’s understanding of gender and sex across intersecting disciplines. IWL's pilot grant program funded 6 interdisciplinary research projects aimed at advancing understanding of gender and which had the potential for extramural funding.
The IWL Pilot Interdisciplinary Summer Grant Program supports projects involving collaborators from two or more disciplinary backgrounds or traditions. Projects may be directed toward:
- The gathering of primary data,
- The application of innovative approaches and analyses to provide novel insights from existing data, and/or
- Creative endeavors that stimulate or strengthen competitive extramural grant applications.