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The Graduate College's Knowledge Mobilization Awards are an annual showcase and celebration of the scholarly achievement and impact of ASU's graduate students and postdoctoral scholars. The KMAs are an opportunity to collectively acknowledge the contributions our scholars have made to current practice and policy.
|Award Category||Finalist Name(s)||Program/School||Research Title|
|Masters: Completed Research||Agya Aning, Megan Lupo & Jill Ryan||Investigative Journalism (Cronkite School)||Shelter Crisis|
|Masters: Completed Research||Bruno Streck Rodrigues||Music Theatre Performance (School of Music, Herberger Institute)||Conscious Casting: Best Practices for Casting Queer Cismasculine and Transfeminine Roles in Musical Theatre|
|Masters: Completed Research||Sabrina Wishart||Applied Behavior Analysis (Teachers College)||Personalized Medicine Awareness and Attitude among Undergraduate Medical Students in Tanta University|
|Masters: Research in Progress||Jessica Bear||MBA (WP Carey)||Chain Breaker|
|Masters: Research in Progress||Emily Nunez-Eddy||Social and Cultural Pedagogy (School of Social Transformation, CLAS)||Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline: Using Data-Driven Knowledge and Participatory Action Research to Advance Equity and Justice for Students of Color|
|Masters: Research in Progress||Elise Randall||Family and Human Development (Sanford School)||Trauma to Resilience: An Evaluation of the Use of Mindfulness Practices in Head Start Classrooms|
|Doctoral: Completed Research||Emily Denne||Law and Psychology (New College)||Assessing Children’s Credibility in Courtroom Investigations of Alleged Child Sexual Abuse: Suggestibility, Plausibility and Consistency|
|Doctoral: Completed Research||Erica Glenn||Conducting (School of Music, Herberger Institute)||Eurhythmics as a New Therapy for Russian Orphans with Reactive Attachment Disorder|
|Doctoral: Completed Research||Kira Olsen-Medina & David Schlinkert||Transborder Studies (School of Social Transformation, CLAS)||Consequences of the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP): Asylum Seekers at the US/Mexico Border|
|Doctoral: Research in Progress||Kristi Johns||Leadership and Innovation (Teachers College)||The Networked Counterstorytelling of First-Generation College Students|
|Doctoral: Research in Progress||Gabrielle Lout||Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology (School for the Future of Innovation in Society)||Swimming Towards Sustainability: Integrating Social Responsibility Into Guyana’s Green Economy|
|Doctoral: Research in Progress||John Takamura||Sustainability (School of Sustainability, Wrigley Institute)||Vitu: The Linkages between Indigenous Crafting, Sustainable Livelihood and Concepts of Wellbeing in the Context of Indigenous Sustainable Entrepreneurship|
|Postdoctoral: Completed Research||Millan AbiNader||Office of Gender-Based Violence||Handling Homicide|
|Postdoctoral: Completed Research||Emily Springer||New College||Producing Gender Injustice: Quantified Evaluation in International Development|
|Postdoctoral: Completed Research||Victoria Theisen-Homer||School of Social Transformation (CLAS)||Learning to Connect: Relationships, Race, and Teacher Residencies|
|Postdoctoral: Research in Progress||Matthew Emery||School of Human Evolution and Social Change (CLAS)||Assessing DNA Degradation in Thermally Altered Human Bones and Teeth Using Ancient and Forensic DNA Analysis|
|Postdoctoral: Research in Progress||Andrew Hooyman||School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering (Fulton Schools)||An Online Video Game to Better Understand Alzheimer's Disease|
|Postdoctoral: Research in Progress||Stefania Kapsetaki||Biodesign Center for Biocomputing, Security and Society (Biodesign Institute)||Does Chimerism Predict Cancer across the Tree of Life?|
The Knowledge Mobilization Awards ceremony celebrates action-forward research conducted by graduate students and postdoctoral scholars at ASU. Students, faculty, staff and community members are welcome to attend. Attendees will engage with creative scholars across disciplines and learn more about the meaning of knowledge mobilization and how current research at ASU is being moved from the page and into action.
The 2020 KMA ceremony will be held on:
March 4, 2020, 2:00 - 4:00 PM
Memorial Union, Ventana A
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To be eligible for this award, you must be either a graduate student enrolled in a Master's or Doctoral program at ASU, in good standing, or a postdoctoral scholar at ASU.
The KMAs are looking for you if your research does any of the following:
The KMAs welcome applications from both completed research projects and projects currently in progress. The 2020 awards amounts are:
The 2020 Call for Applications is now closed. Congratulations to our finalists!
Check back soon for details on applying to the 2021 event.
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