School of Modern Languages Faculty Receives DILAC Grants and Denning Seed Awards


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Modern Languages faculty receives multiple awards for Spring 2020

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Congratulations to the School of Modern Languages faculty DILAC grant and Denning Seed Fund award winners for Spring 2020! See below for award details and project titles.


Award Winners:

Seung-Eun Chang: DILAC-B Grant, 2,5k. Project Title: "Digital Library of Media for Korean Culture"

Lelia Glass:  2020 DILAC-D, 6,5k. Title of the Project: "Language and Politics in the New South"

Yongtaek Kim: DILAC-A Grant, 10k. Project Title: "Psycholinguistic approach to Korean/English vocabulary acquisition using speech recognition technology within mobile applications" 

Sebnem Ozkan: Denning Seed Fund Award FY 21, $15k. Project Title: "Atlanta Global Research and Education Collaborative (AGREC): Connecting globally while grounded at home."

Juan Carlos Rodriguez: DILAC-A Grant, 6k. Project Title: "Vieques Struggle: A Digital Video Archive" 

Anna Stenport: DILAC-B Grant, 12k. Project Title: "21st Century Global Atlanta: A Public-facing Research Initiative and Vertically Integrated Project (VIP)"

Amanda Weiss: DILAC Grant-A, 2,5k. Project Title: "Global SF: A Digital Publication"

Amanda Weiss: Denning Seed Fund Award FY21, $15k. Project Title: “Global Speculative Fiction: A Digital Publication.”

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Atlanta Global Studies Center (AGSC), Global Media and Cultures (GMC), Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, School of Modern Languages

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