Institutional and Faculty Grants Awarded to Williams in Fiscal Year 2022

June 2022

May 2022

  • Cynthia Holland (biology): three-year $375,390 NSF grant,
  • Kevin Flaherty (astronomy): one-year $7,800 NSF subaward via the National Radio Astronomy Observatory’s Student Observing Support Program
  • Murad Khan Mumtaz (art): $5,000 Millard Meiss Publication grant
  • Charlie Doret (physics): one-year $10,000 supplemental NSF grant
  • Tiku Majumder (physics): one-year $10,000 supplemental NSF grant

April 2022

  • Daniel Turek (math/stats): three-year $69,878 NSF grant
  • Laura Martin (environmental studies): $6,000 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend grant
  • Sarah Olsen and Amanda Wilcox (classics): $7,859 2022-2023 Marion and Jasper Whiting Foundation Fellowship
  • three-year $100,000 Getty Foundation grant to support WCMA’s upcoming Teddy Sandoval and the Butch Gardens School of Art exhibition
  • $7,000 NEFA New England States Touring (NEST) grant for February 2022 Cie Hervé Koubi: What the Day Owes to the Night production

March 2022

  • Paul Karabinos (geosciences): three-year $117,832 NSF grant
  • Murad Khan Mumtaz (art): Rare Book School 2022-2024 Andrew W. Mellon Society of Fellows in Critical Bibliography Junior Fellowship
  • one-year $1,000  Jewish Federation for the Berkshires grant to support Shabbat dinner programming
  • two $10,000 2022 Projects for Peace Awards from Middlebury College

January 2022

  • Derek Dean (biology): one-year $2,000 Genetics Society of America grant
  • one-year $15,000  Massachusetts Cultural Council Cultural Investment Portfolio grant to WCMA

December 2021

  • Greg Mitchell (women’s, gender & sexuality studies): one-month Bellagio Fellowship

November 2021

  • Lara Shore-Sheppard (economics): $79,880 2022-2023 Russell Sage Foundation Visiting Scholarship
  • Katharine Jensen (physics): three-year $412,607 NSF grant
  • one-year $2,500 Williamstown Community Chest grant to support the phase two of the Grey Matter TV, an upcoming television series that will take a critical look at Williamstown’s history and amplify the voices of Black and Indigenous residents, and other people of color.

October 2021

  • Amanda Turek (chemistry): three-year $55,000 American Chemical Society PRF UNI Research Grant
  • Phoebe Cohen (geosciences): two-year $76,152 NSF grant
  • one-year $135,000 Davis UWC Scholars Program grant (awarded from the $1 million+ endowment granted to Williams in 2007) to support financial aid for Davis UWC Scholars

September 2021

August 2021

  • Sarah Gardner (environmental studies): one-year $30,000 Shelter Hill Foundation grant

July 2021