President's Partners

President's Partners Grants 2012-2013

Partial and Full-Funding

Name Title School Department Requested Equipment or Materials
Adam Cohen Clinical Associate Professor Lyle Engineering Mechanical Engineering Benchtop, computer numerical control milling machine to be used in Rapid Product Realization course that is cross-listed with Meadows that will provide hands-on experience to students in rapid prototyping and manufacturing.
Carolyn Macartney Associate Professor Meadows Film & Media Arts Slider (Linear Tracking System) and a Table Dolly to be used by faculty and students to do previously unrealizable types of controllable camera movement in their film or video shoots.

David Sedman

Jason Warner

Sam Holland

Associate Professor

Digital Arts Architect

Professor
Meadows

Film & Media Arts

Meadows Technology

Music
Two Tascam HS-2 audio recorders to transition to an automated system for scheduling, recording and distributing performances in vocal performance classes.

Johannes Bauer

Eva Oberdorster

Teresa Strecker

Assistant Professor

Senior Lecturer

Lecturer
Dedman Biology Fisher Scientific Isotemp chest-style freezer to replace non-functional freezer to be shared among four teaching laboratories.  Will be used to store temperature-sensitive materials used in many standard experimental procedures.
Robert Walker Director CUL Norwick Center Partial funding for Map Scanner in order to facilitate the scanning of maps and other large format items that cannot be digitized to be used by researchers, students, and other patrons.
Sunday Eiselt Assistant Professor Dedman Anthropology Dino-Lite Pro Digital Microscope and stand, Motic Compound Digital Microscope, and Sony All-in-One Desktop computer to be used for quantitative and qualitative analysis of bone, stone, pollen, and clay artifacts in laboratory and in field settings.
Timothy Norris Director, Advisor Education University Advising Center Four computers, 8 monitors, 1 color printer, 5 keyboards, software, microphone and video camera to be used to improve the center’s capacity to educate each student in making intentional academic decisions.
Toni Nolen Librarian CUL IT Services Scannx Book ScanCenter is designed to protect book spines from damage during scanning to be used by students, faculty staff, and community visitors.