Priya S Driscoll Curriculum Vitae

Education
PhD, Developmental Psychology, University of Chicago, 2006

BA, Psychology, Indiana University, 2000

Courses Taught
EDUC 136: Introduction to Development and Learning in Young Children
EDUC 137/237: Child Language Acquisition
EDUC 138: Social, Emotional, and Moral Development and Learning
EDUC 180/280: Research Seminar in Child Development: Cross-Cultural and Interdisciplinary Perspectives
EDUC 192A/192B: Senior Seminar: Child Development II
EDUC 294A/294B: Graduate Seminar: Research in Education-ECE

Professional Experience
2014- , Associate Professor in Education, Mills College, Oakland, CA

2009-2014, Assistant Professor in Education, Mills College, Oakland, CA

2009-2011, Research Associate, University of California Santa Cruz

2007-2009, NIH Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California Santa Cruz

2006-2007, Senior Research Associate, The Ounce of Prevention Fund, Chicago, IL

2004-2006, Preceptor, University of Chicago Masters Program in the Social Sciences

2003-2007, Instructor, Erikson Institute, Chicago, IL

Research Web Site
http://www.millsldl.org

Publications

Refereed Publications
Shimpi, P., Paik, J., Wanerman, T., Johnson, R.*, Li, H., & Duh, C. (2015, in press). Using parent and teacher voices in the creation of a western-based early childhood English- language program. Journal of Research in Childhood Education.

Nicholson, J., Shimpi, P., Carducci, C.*, & Kurnik, J.* (2014). Listening to children’s perspectives on play across the lifespan: Examining children’s right to be heard in discussions of contemporary play. International Journal of Play, 3(2), 136-156.   

Nicholson, J., Shimpi, P., & Rabin, C. (2014). Using poststructuralism and care ethics to examine future early childhood educators’ relationships with play in adulthood. Early Childhood Development and Care, 184(8), 1192-1210.

Shimpi, P., Akhtar, N., and Moore, C. (2013). Toddlers’ imitative learning in interactive and observational contexts: The role of age and familiarity of the model. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.

Shimpi, P., and Nicholson, J. (2013). Using cross-cultural, intergenerational narratives to explore issues of social justice and equity in discourse on children’s play. Early Childhood Development and Care.

Shimpi, P., and Zirkel, S. (2012). One hundred and fifty years of “The Chinese Question”: Perspectives on Immigration, Globalization, and Intergroup Relations. Journal of Social Issues.

Shimpi, P., Crowl, A., and Hans, S. (2012). Social and linguistic input in low-income African American mother-infant dyads from 1 month through 2 years: Relations to vocabulary development. Applied Psycholinguistics.

O’Doherty, K., Troseth, G., Shimpi, P., Goldenberg, E, Akhtar, N., and Saylor, M. (2011). Third-party social interaction and word learning from video. Child Development.

Vasilyeva, M., Waterfall, H., Gámez, P., Gόmez, L., Bowers, E., and Shimpi, P. (2010). Cross-Linguistic syntactic priming in Spanish-English bilingual children. Journal of Child Language, 37(5), 1047-1064.

Shneidman, L., Sootsman-Buresh, J., Shimpi, P., Knight-Schwartz, J., and Woodward, A. (in press). Social experience, social attention, and word learning in an overhearing paradigm. Language Learning and Development.

Gámez, P., Shimpi, P., Waterfall, H., and Huttenlocher, J. (2009). Priming a perspective in Spanish monolingual children: The use of syntactic alternatives. Journal of Child Language, 36, 2, 269-290.

Shimpi, P., Gámez, P., Huttenlocher, J., and Vasilyeva, M. (2007). Using syntactic priming to track emerging linguistic representations of transitive and dative constructions. Developmental Psychology, 43, 6, 1334-1346.

Shimpi, P., and Huttenlocher, J. (2007). Maternal labels and infant attention: Relations to early vocabulary development. Journal of Child Language, 34, 1-15.

Huttenlocher, J., Vasilyeva, M., and Shimpi, P. (2004). Syntactic priming in young children. Journal of Memory and Language, 50, 182-195.

Professional Publications, Non-Refereed (*student researcher)
Nicholson, J., Shimpi, P., and Carducci, C.* (2012). Children’s right to be heard: Learning from children about their perspectives on play. Child Care Exchange, September/October, 54-57.

Dealey, K., Pacchiano, D., and Shimpi, P. (2008). The Language of Babies, Toddlers and Preschoolers: Connecting Research to Practice. The Ounce of Prevention Fund.

Under Review (Refereed)
Shimpi, P. (under review). Cultural ties and additive bilingualism in non-fluent families: A language policy paradox.

Nicholson, J., Shimpi, P., Carducci, C., and Kurnik, J. (under review). Children’s right to be heard: Examining children’s perspectives on play across the lifespan.

Silva, K., Shimpi, P., and Rogoff, B. (under review). Learning through overhearing: A European middle class and Guatemalan Mayan comparison.

Nicholson, J., and Shimpi, P. (under review). Guiding future early childhood educators to reclaim their own play as a foundation for becoming effective advocates for children’s play.

Shimpi, P.,and O’Brien, S.* (under review). Bilingual Competence and Bilingual Proficiency in Child Development: A review.

Under Revision (Revise/resubmit; Refereed)
Shimpi, P., and Huttenlocher, J. Parents’ talk about absent objects.

Waterfall, H., Shimpi, P., and Huttenlocher, J. Acquiring multiple contextual and syntactic mappings: The emergence of spatial terms.

In Preparation: (*denotes directly supervised Mills student researcher)
Shimpi, P., Akhtar, N., Moore, C., and Thrumston, D.* (in preparation). Children learn words by overhearing infant- and adult-directed speech.

Shimpi, P., Zirkel, S., Cox, A., *and Burkett, D. (in preparation). Linsanity! A computational social psychological analysis of the modern model minority myth.

Shimpi, P., O’Doherty, K., O’Brien, S.*, Odean, R.*, and Thrumston, D.*(in preparation). Language exposure and third-party learning: Relations between input experience and reliance on social cues.

O’Doherty, S., Shimpi, P., Troseth, G., Odean, R.*, O’Brien, S.* (in preparation). Social cue reliance in children’s learning from third party interactions.

Shimpi, P., Siegel, V., O’Brien, S.*, and Thrumston, D.* (in preparation). Family language policy: A Heritage and Non-Heritage comparison.

Shimpi, P., Paik, J., Johnson, R., and Wanerman, T. (in preparation). Building child-directed bilingual education programs in China.

Shimpi, P., Galguera, T., and Johnson, R.* (in preparation). Bilingual education through a cultural lens: Local and international perspectives.

Shimpi, P. (in preparation). Infant and parent responses to associated object cues: Relations to absent reference.

Goldstein, M., Shimpi, P., and West, M. (in preparation). Behavioral consequences of mothers’ and siblings’ infant directed speech: Effects on attention and activity level.

Presentations

Invited Talks
Bay Area Discovery Museum and Center for Childhood Creativity. How social, cultural, and linguistic experiences shape how children learn from others. Sausalito, CA. November, 2014.

Stanford Graduate School of Education. Bilingualism and relations to social cue understanding. Stanford, CA. February, 2014.

Escuela Bilingüe Internacional. Choosing Bilingual Education: Social, Cognitive, and Cultural Considerations. Oakland, CA. October, 2013.

Shu Ren International. Myths and Realities in Bilingual Education: Parent Education Event. Berkeley, CA. September, 2013.

Shu Ren International. Bilingual Development: Teacher Education Workshop. Berkeley, CA. August, 2013.

Child Unique Montessori Schools. Early Linguistic Development: Identifying Disorders and Delays. Berkeley, CA. August, 2013.

Las Madres Parenting Network. Raising a Bilingual Child: Foundations in Research. Campbell, CA. March, 2013.

Kappa Kappa Gamma Women’s Education Honor Society. Bilingualism: Social, Cognitive, and Cultural Implications. Walnut Creek, CA. February, 2013.

AAUW (American Association of University Women). Heritage Language Research: Cross- Cultural and Intergenerational Perspectives. Oakland, CA. January, 2013.

Shu Ren International. Myths and Realities in Bilingual Education: Parent Education Event. Berkeley, CA. September, 2012.

Shu Ren International. Bilingual Development: Teacher Education Workshop. Berkeley, CA. August, 2012.

Chengdu, China. Creating English Language Learning Programs in Early Childhood Education: Integrating Western Approaches. Workshop series. August, 2012.

Shu Ren International. Bilingual Development in the U.S. and China: Implications for classroom practice. Berkeley, CA. May, 2012.

Developmental Psychology Research Colloquium. New Directions in Understanding Third-Party Learning. University of California, Los Angeles April, 2012.

Les Petits Francophones. Bilingual Development in Children. Oakland, CA. October, 2011.

Instituto Brasil de Educação e Cultura. Maintaining the Heritage Language. Berkeley, CA. August, 2011.

Birthways, Inc., Language Development: The Basics. Berkeley, CA. June, 2011.

United in Literacy Development Program. Language and Literacy: From the Spoken to the Written Word. Berkeley, CA. May, 2011.

United in Literacy Development Program. Choosing and Using Books for Infants and Toddlers. December 2010.

Mills Experience College Visit Weekend. Digital Natives: Television and Technology in Young Children’s Learning. November, 2010.

United in Literacy Development Program. Fostering Early Language and Literacy Development, Berkeley, CA, July, 2010.

University of California, Santa Cruz, Cultural Variations in Learning Research Group. Cultural foundations of family language policies: A comparison of Heritage and Non-Heritage Backgrounds. May, 2010.

Mills College, School of Education. Joint attention and beyond: The role of early environments in language and social learning. March, 2009.

San Francisco State University, Department of Psychology. Beyond the Here and Now: The role of Associated Object Properties in Infants’ Understanding of Absent Reference. October, 2007.

San Francisco State University, Child and Adolescent Development Program. Joint Attention and Child Language Development. March, 2007.

Mills College, School of Education. The Social Foundations of Language Development. February, 2007.

Sarah Lawrence College, Department of Psychology. Dual Representation in Young Children. February, 2007.

Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Department of Psychology. The Role of Input in Language Development: Support from Multiple Contexts. February, 2007.

Conference Presentations (* denotes directly supervised Mills student researcher)
Shimpi, P., Rubalcalva, O., Coppens, A., Jevgjokivc, M.* & Rogoff, B.  Cross-cultural perspectives on children’s socialization: Development of initiative and collaboration. Symposium organizer and presenter. The 44th annual meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, San Francisco, CA. May, 2014.

Shimpi, P. Chang, S., Chu, M., & Flores, M. Challenges in bilingual and second language education: Voices from parents, P-20 students, and teachers. Symposium co-organizer and presenter. The 44th annual meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, San Francisco, CA. May, 2014.

Adelson, N.*, Shimpi, P.*, Odean, R.*, & Thrumston, D.* Children’s observational word learning: Role of distraction and speech type. Poster presentation. The 44th annual meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, San Francisco, CA. May, 2014.

Lewis, S.*, Gámez, P., and Shimpi, P. (2013, October). Repetition effects on passive priming in English Language Learners: Sensitivity to discourse function. Poster symposium presented at the Cognitive Development Society, Memphis, TN.

Shimpi, P., Siegel, V., O’Brien, S.*, Thrumston, D.*, Castro, B.*, and Jevgjovikj, M.* (2013, June). Social and cultural influences on monolingual parents’ bilingual education decisions: A comparison by heritage ties to L2. Paper symposium presented at the Jean Piaget Society, Chicago, IL.

Shimpi, P., O’Doherty, K., O’Brien, S.*, Thrumston, D.*, Odean, R.*, Keyser-Allen, M.*, and Fowler, B. (2013, June). The role of linguistic experience in children’s word learning from observational contexts. Poster symposium presented at the Jean Piaget Society, Chicago, IL.

Thrumston, D.*, and Shimpi, P. (2013, June). Cultural foundations of family language policy: A study of heritage language transmission in Brazilian-American families. Roundtable session presented at the Jean Piaget Society, Chicago, IL.

Shimpi, P., O’Doherty, S.,* O’Brien, S.,* and Akhtar, N. (2013, April). The Role of Social and Linguistic Experience in Children’s Third Party Learning. Paper symposium presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle, WA.

O’Doherty, K., Shimpi, P., O’Brien, S.,* Thrumston, D.,* and Troesth, G. (2013, April). What Cues Support Children’s Word Learning From 3rd-Party Interactions? Poster session presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle, WA.

Nicholson, J., Shimpi, P., Gonzales, S.*, and Carducci, C.* (2013, April). Adults’ Play Memories and Children’s Narratives About Play in Global Contexts. Paper presented at the Global Summit on Childhood.

Nicholson, J., Shimpi, P., Kurnik, J.*(2013, March). Children’s right to be heard: Examining children’s perspectives on play. Paper presented at the 39th Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Play.

Nicholson, J., Shimpi, P., Kurnik, J.* (2013, March). Global play memories from around the world: examining play through developmental, sociocultural, human rights, and critical perspectives. Paper presented at the 39th Annual Conference of The Association for the Study of Play.

Shimpi, P., and Galguera, T. (2013, February). Bilingual Education through a Cultural Lens: Local and International Perspectives. Paper presented at the California Association for Bilingual Educators, Long Beach, CA.

Shimpi, P., O’Doherty, K., O’Brien, S.*, Odean, R.*, Thrumston, D.*, Fowler, B., Choi, S.*, Baumgart, N.*, Keyser-Allen, M.* (2012, April). The role of experience in children’s third-party word learning. Paper session presented at the Western Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Shimpi, P., O’Brien, S.,* Siegel, V.,* and Thrumston, D.* (2012, April). Cultural ties and bilingual policy formation. Paper session presented at the Western Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Nicholson, J., Shimpi, P., Carducci, C.,* and Gonzales, S.* (2012, March). Adults’ play memories and children’s narratives about play in a global context. Paper presented at the Association for Childhood Education International, Washington, DC.

Odean, R., Shimpi, P., and Akhtar, N. (2011, October). Learning Words From Overhearing: Relations With Social Experience. Poster session to be presented at the biennial meeting of the Cognitive Development Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Shimpi, P., Akthar, N., French, J., Fowler, B., Fisherkeller, S.,* Odean, R.,* and Thrumston, D.* (2011, July). Toddlers learning from third-party interactions using infant- and adult- directed speech. Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, Berkeley, CA.

Miller, E., Maher, T., Moreland, G., Shimpi, P., and Nicholson, J. (2011, May). Restoring Children's Play in the East Bay: Local Models for a National Movement. Northern California Summit on Children and Youth, Richmond, CA.

Shimpi, P., and Akhtar, N. (2011, March). Learning Actions and Words from Third-Party Interactions. Paper to be presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal, Canada.

Shimpi, P., and Siegel, V.* (2011, March). Cultural foundations of family language policies: A comparison of Heritage and Non-Heritage backgrounds. Poster session to be presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal, Canada.

Nicholson, J., and Shimpi, P. (2010, October). From mindful play to advocacy: The importance of reconnecting adults to play. Talk presented at the Association for Constructivist Teaching annual conference, Chicago, IL.

Shimpi, P. (2010, June). Symposium Chair. Multiple Perspectives on Self-Regulation in Early Childhood: Integrating Developmental Research with Teacher Education and Classroom Practice. Paper symposium presented at the annual meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, St. Louis, MO.

O’Doherty, K., Troseth, G., Shimpi, P., Goldenberg, E., Akhtar, N., and Saylor, M. (2010, March). Reciprocal interaction affects toddlers’ word learning from “overheard” conversation. Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the International Conference on Infant Studies, Baltimore, MD.

Goldenberg, E., Troseth, G., O’Doherty, K., Shimpi, P., Akhtar, N., and Saylor, M. (2009, October). Does social interaction facilitate learning from video? Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the Cognitive Development Society, San Antonio, TX.

Luce, M., Callanan, M., Rigney, J., Siegel. D., Shimpi, P., and Reyes, C. (2009, April). Parent-Child Conversations About Explanation and Evidence: Family Variation in a "Culture of Science." Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, CO.

O’Doherty, K., Shimpi, P., Goldenberg, E., Troseth, G., Akhtar, N., and Saylor, M. (2009, April). Does Understanding of Social Cues Affect Toddlers' Ability to Learn From People on Video? Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, CO.

Shimpi, P., Akhtar, N., and Moore, C. Toddlers Learning of Actions and Words in the Absence of Key Social Cues. (2009, April). Paper symposium presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, CO.

Shimpi, P., Akhtar, N., and Moore, C. (2009, April). Toddlers' Imitation From Direct and Third-Party Interactions: Effects of Prior Social Experience With Adult Models. Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, CO.

Silva, K., Shimpi, P., and Rogoff, B. (2009, April). Children’s Attention and Learning in an Interaction Not Directed to Them: A Guatemalan Maya and European American Comparison. Poster symposium presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, CO.

Waterfall, H., and Shimpi, P. (2009, April). Constructing referential meaning: the role of extralinguistic information in the acquisition of spatial terms. Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, CO.

Akhtar, N., Shimpi, P., and Weisler, K. (2008, March). Learning through overhearing: the role of familiarity and age of participants in 3rd party interactions. Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the International Society for Infant Studies, Vancouver, BC.

Shimpi, P., Goldstein, M., and West, M. (2008, March). Look who’s talking: Infant attention and activity response to adult and child speech. Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the International Society for Infant Studies, Vancouver, BC.

Waterfall, H., Shimpi, P., and Huttenlocher, J. (2007, November). The acquisition of spatial terms. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA.

Pacchiano, D., Shimpi, P., and Chainski, M.J. (2007, April). Variations in transition-to-preschool distress and developmental outcomes by continuity of care classroom experience. Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Boston, MA.

Shimpi, P. (2007, April). Relations Between Parent and Infant Comprehension of Object Associations. Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Boston, MA.

Gámez, P., Shimpi, P., Waterfall, H., and Huttenlocher, J. (2006, June). Priming a perspective: Evidence from Spanish monolingual children. Poster session presented at the annual Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders, Madison, WI.

Shimpi, P. (2005, October). Infant sensitivity to associated object cues. Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the Cognitive Development Society, San Diego, CA.

Knight-Schwartz, J., Sootsman, J., Shimpi, P., Shneidman, L., and Woodward, A. (2005, April). Eavesdropping to learn words: Learning words through overhearing at 20 months of age. Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, GA.

Crowl, A., Shimpi, P., Hans, S., and Ritacca, S. (2005, April). Social and linguistic influences on language development in at-risk mother-infant dyads from 1 month to 10 years. Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, GA.

Shimpi, P. (2004, August). Scaffolding absent reference from 14-22 months. Poster session presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies, Chicago, IL.

Shimpi, P. (2003, April). Lead-in labels: Infant attention and language development. Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Tampa, FL.

Shimpi, P. and Vasilyeva, M. (2003, April). Syntactic priming in young children. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Tampa, FL.

Professional Service

Ad Hoc Journal Reviews
Applied Psycholinguistics; Child Development; Cognition; Developmental Psychology; Developmental Science; Journal of Child Language; Journal of Memory and Language; Language Learning and Development

University
2014 Faculty Executive Committee, Mills College

2014 Curriculum Transformation Committee, Mills College

2014, Diversity and Social Justice Committee, Mills College

2013, Search Committee, Plant Ecology, Mills College

2012, Strategic Planning Committee Working Group, Mills College

2011, Search Committee, Associate Professor in Educational Leadership, Mills College

2010-2012, Faculty Advisor to Living Learning Community in Education, Mills College

2010-2013, Academic Standing Committee Member, Mills College

2009-2010, Search Committee for Assistant Dean of Students, Community Life, Mills College

2008-2009, Psychology Postdoctoral Representative, UC Santa Cruz

2005-2008, Training Grant Minority Recruitment Committee, University of Chicago

2005-2006, University of Chicago/ Northwestern University Conference Committee

2000-2006, Psychology Graduate Student Organization, University of Chicago

2000-2006, Minority Graduate Student Association, University of Chicago

Field
2013-16 National Science Foundation College of Reviewers

2013-14 AAUW International Fellowships Reviewer

2012, AERA Session Chair, Social Foundations of Bilingualism

2011-12, UC Summer Institute for Preparing Future Faculty, Berkeley, CA

2010, External Reviewer for Promotion and Tenure, San Francisco State University

2003-2005, Cognitive Development Society Student Co-Director of Minority Outreach

2003, Cognitive Science Society Conference Student Volunteer, Chicago, IL

2003, Society for Research in Child Development Mentor, Millennium Fellows Program

Community
2012-2013, Teacher Education, Escuela Bilingüe Internacional, Oakland, CA

2012-2014, Teacher Education, Child Unique Montessori School, Oakland, CA

2012-2014, Teacher Education, Shu Ren International School, Berkeley, CA

2011, UC Summer Institute for Preparing Future Faculty, Berkeley, CA

2011, Birthways Parent Education Program, Berkeley, CA

2010-2011, Founding Member of the Bay Area Coalition on Play

2009-2011, Berkeley United in Literacy Parent Education Program, Berkeley, CA

2007-2009, Children’s Discovery Museum Lupe Project Planning Committee, San Jose, CA

2003-2006, Hyde Park Historical Society Education Committee Chair, Chicago, IL

2001-2003, Museum of Science and Industry Project Author, Idea Factory, Chicago, IL

Professional Membership
American Education Research Association; Special Interest Group: Bilingual Education

Cognitive Development Society

International Society for Infant Studies

Jean Piaget Society

Society for Research in Child Development

Western Psychological Association

Awards

Selected Fellowships
2014-17 Lynn T. White Endowed Professorship, Mills College

2012-2013, American Association of University Women (AAUW) Fellowship

2007-2009, National Institutes of Health (NIH) Postdoctoral Trainee

2005, Doolittle-Harrison Graduate Fellowship, University of Chicago

2000-2005, Trustees Fellowship, University of Chicago

2000-2003, National Science Foundation (NSF) Predoctoral Fellowship

1996-2000, Indiana University Honors Division Scholarship / Honors France Program

1996-2000, Fund for Hoosier Excellence Scholarship

Selected Grants and Awards (*denotes collaborative award)
2014 Alameda County First 5 Child Development BA Program Grant

2013, Phi Beta Kappa Northern California Excellence in Teaching Award

2013, Meg Quigley WGSS Research Grant, Mills College

2012, Mills Students of Color Association Faculty of the Year Award

2012, AERA (American Educational Research Association) Early Career Scholar

2012, Holmgren Presidential Faculty Development Grant for Student Research Support*

2011, TRIO Foundation grant for the Bay Area Coalition on Play*

2011, Cognitive Development Society Travel Grant

2011, Society for Research in Child Development Early Career Travel Award

2010, TRIO Foundation grant to establish a Bay Area Coalition on Play*

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Faculty Research Grant, Mills College

2010, 2011, Meg Quigley Women’s Studies Summer Research Grant, Mills College

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Faculty Travel Grant, Mills College

2003, Cognitive Development Society Student Travel Award

2003, Individual Research Grant, University of Chicago

2002, 2003, 2005, Travel Grant, University of Chicago

2000, J. R. Kantor Award for Excellence in Psychology Research, Indiana University

2000, Phi Beta Kappa, Indiana University

1999, 2000, Honors Division Independent Research Grants, Indiana University