2009-2010 Faculty/Staff Accomplishments: Grant, Fellowship or Notable Accomplishment

Lyness, Kevin P. Faculty Mini-Grant, Office of the President, Antioch University New England . Project title: The effects of alcoholism on attachment and intimacy in couples. October 2009.

Zjhra, Michelle, Boyd, Amy, Raguso, Robert, and Palmiotto, Peter. Collaborative Research: Components of Flora Attraction in a Functionally Specialized but Ecologically Generalized Flower Guild. This three-year, $150,000 grant examines the pollination biology of forest Trilliums in the southeastern United States. The grant provides full support for a master’s student in Conservation Biology. July 2009.

Saunders, Carol D. Ittleson Foundation. The third year of a three-year grant to Antioch University New England to implement a four-part strategy to develop and advance the field of Conservation Psychology. 2010.

Smeltz, Margaret L. MS Degree in Leadership & Management, Antioch University New England, Keene, NH, November 2009.

Todd, Rebecca. HERS Wellesley Institute Participant. HERS (Higher Education Resource Services) is an educational non-profit providing leadership and management development for women in higher-education administration. Participants in the HERS Wellesley Institute are selected from private and public institutions across the country for four sessions held at Wellesley College regarding issues facing higher education. October 2009–March 2010.