2016

Fulbright Scholar Suresh Dhaniyala

Suresh Dhaniyala, Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering (Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering)
Environmental Health Engineering Department at Sri Ramachandra University (SRU), Chennai, India.

Dhaniyala received a Fulbright-Nehru grant to study air quality and related health effects in India. His research has focused on understanding the contribution of very small airborne particles -- diameters less than 100 nanometers -- to local air quality in India. The company he founded, Potsdam Sensors LLC, is housed in Clarkson’s incubator space in Peyton Hall, and is developing small, affordable and accurate sensors to measure the very tiny airborne particles in smoke or vehicle exhaust that degrade air quality.
 

Shane Rogers Fulbright Scholar

Shane Rogers, Coulter School of Engineering (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering)
Norwegian University of Science and Technology/Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research (SINTEF)

Rogers conducted a research project on the use of macroalgae, an emerging aquaculture commodity, for bioextraction of nutrients from coastal waters impacted by human activities. He combined experimental and modeling approaches to investigate seasonal variations and water quality impacts on kelp growth that will improve development of this important industry.
 

Fulbright Scholar Stephen Bird



Stephen Bird, School of Arts and Sciences
University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Bird assessed different approaches to accrue benefits to communities that take on the liabilities of establishing energy infrastructure. Energy facilities include everything from wind or solar farms, transmission lines, oil pipelines, and gas fired electricity plants.


2015

Fulbright Scholar Martin Heintzelman

Martin Heintzelman, David D. Reh School of Business
University of Ottawa's Institute of the Environment

Heintzelman, an environmental economist, researched the intersection of local policies, property values and new energy facilities. He focused on how property values are affected by new energy facilities, such as wind farms, pipelines or power lines, and how increasing the amount of oil transported by rail is perceived by homeowners.




 




 

2014

Fulbright Scholar Michelle Crimi

Michelle L. Crimi, Institute for a Sustainable Environment
University of KwaZulu-Natal in Durban, South Africa

Crimi's award was for a combined teaching/research experience in developing a new collaborative course, “Sustainable Industrial Waste Management: Global Challenges and Opportunities,” taught simultaneously at Clarkson University and UKZN.


 

Fulbright Scholar Devon Shipp





 Devon A. Shipp, School of Arts and Sciences (Chemistry and Biomolecular Science)
University of Ljubljana and the Slovenian National Institute of Chemistry in Slovenia

Shipp's award was for working with leading researchers at the University of Ljubljana and the Slovenian National Institute of Chemistry, studying new hybrid biodegradable polymer materials that have great potential in the medical field, such as for drug delivery and wound healing.

 

Fulbright Scholar Annegret Staiger

Annegret D. Staiger, School of Arts and Sciences (Anthropology)
University of Cluj Napoca and West University of Timisoara in Romania

Staiger's award was to research how the Romanian state responds to Romanian women who are working in the German sex industry.







2013

Allan A. Zebedee, David D. Reh School of Business (Finance)
University of Roehampton in London, England
Conducted research examining corporate scandals and the interplay between government regulations, corporate governance, and executive behavior, with a particular focus on differences between the United States and the United Kingdom.


2012

Chris Robinson, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (Political Science)
Sogang University, Seoul, South Korea
Taught courses in human rights and environmental political theory

Laura Ettinger, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (History)
University of Rijeka; Rijeka, Croatia
Taught in the English Studies program, lecturing on her research throughout Croatia

2011

Owen Brady, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (Literature)
University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece
Analyzing the African American Home in the Drama of Amiri Baraka and August Wilson

2009-10

Lew Hinchman, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (Political Science)
University of Bonn, German
Lecturing American Politics and Political Thought

Augustine Abulu Lado, David D. Reh School of Business 
Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Mbarara, Uganda
Lecturing and Research: Strategic Networks, Capital Formation and Entrepreneurship Development

2007-08

Tom Langen, Department of Biology
National Autonomous University of Costa Rica, Heredia, Costa Rica
Impact of roads on Costa Rican National Parks, the Institute for Conservation & Wildlife Management

2007

Sheila Weiss, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (History)
University of Giessen, Germany
Research for a biography on Otmar Freiherr von Verschuer

2006-2007

Lou Ann Lange, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (History)
Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj, & A.I. Cuza University in Iasi, Romania
Lecturing on The American Civil War Era

2003-2004

Michael Garcia, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (Literature)
Indonesia
The Pots-Suharto Indonesian Publishing Renaissance and Women  Writers
Note: Fellowship received prior to employment at Clarkson University

2001-2002

Abdul J. Jerri, Department of Mathematics
Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan
Lecturing Integral & Discrete Transforms, Integral & Difference Equations, Methods of Applied Math; Sampling Theory

2001-2002

Fredric Carl Menz, David D. Reh School of Business             
University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway
Research on Climate Change: Economic Instruments and Incentives for Transnational Cooperation

2000-2001

Joseph Duemer, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences
The Gioi Publisher, Hanoi, Vietnam
Research Collaborative Projects with Vietnamese Poets and Translators

1999

Michael Bommer, David D. Reh School of Business               
Portugal

Lew Hinchman, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (Political Science)
Germany

Gabor Forgacs, Department of Physics
Semmelweis University of Medicine, Budapest, Hungary
 

1998

Jack Geise, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (Political Science)
Karl Marx University, Budapest, Hungary
 

1998

John Serio, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (Literature)

University of Antwerp, Belgium

Sheila Weiss, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (History)
University of Greifswald, Germany

Petr Zuman, Department of Chemistry
Ankara and Ege University, Izmir, Turkey

1995

Mark Glauser, Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering          
France

1994

Owen Brady, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (Literature)
Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan           
 

1993

Ahmed Busnaina, Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering    

Egypt

Michael Cooper, Student Life administration     
Germany

John Serio, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (Literature)
Greece

1990

Dalma Brunauer, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (Literature)
Japan

1989 

Sheila Weiss, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (History)
University of Hamburg, Germany

1987 

Sonmez Atesoglu, Department of Economics
Kiel Institute of World Economics, Germany

1984 

Dalma Brunauer, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (Literature)
Hungary

1982

Michael Bommer, David D. Reh School of Business

1981

David Craig, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (Literature)
University of Nis, Nis, Yugoslavia

1971

David Powers, Department of Mathematics
Universidad Técnica del Estado, Santiago, Chile

1960, 1967, 1968

Donald Purcell, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (Literature)
Haiti