Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts Newsletter
Fall 2017, Vol. 26, No.4
*SLSA 2017, Tempe, Arizona
*SLSA 2018 Conference, Toronto, Canada
*Call for Nominations: 2nd V-P, Member-at-Large
*Configurations: Call for Reviewers and Contributions
*SLSA Bibliographers Needed
*SLSA Website: Contributions welcome
*AnthropoScene: SLSA Book Series
Combined Executive and Business Meeting Reports from SLSA 2017
SLSA 2017, Arizona State University, Tempe, Conference Report: The SLSA 2017 meeting “Out of Time” was located in Tempe, Arizona, November 9-12, 2017; it received support from many Arizona State University units. Thanks are due to ASU conference organizers Ron Broglio and Adam Nocek who organized panels, roundtables, and workshops. The conference website for SLSA 2017 in Tempe, including information about the program appears at this link: http://litsciarts.org/slsa17/.
President’s Report from SLSA 2017: Ron Broglio thanked the many sponsors of the conference from ASU and the support received from the New School for Social Research. He also thanked many graduate student volunteers and David Tinapple and Maria Whiteman who coordinated art exhibits at the meeting.
He introduced incoming member-at-large John Hay and incoming graduate student liaison Jap-Nanak Makkar.
SLSA 2018 Conference, Toronto, Canada, Report:
The next SLSA meeting will be held in Toronto, Canada, November 15-18, 2018, at the Hilton Hotel in downtown Toronto. David Cecchetto of York University is the conference organizer. Marcel O’Gorman of Waterloo University will assist. The deadline for abstracts is March 1, 2018. (More details are below.)
Other 2017 Reports: Carol Colatrella presented the 2016-17 Financial Report (at end of this issue), announced travel grant and NSF travel grant recipients, and shared names of donors and benefactors and membership statistics. (See the last page of this document for the financial report.) She presented Wayne Miller’s Electronic Resources report and also announced that Nicole Fletcher, working with Carol and Wayne Miller, will serve in the new post of Social Media liaison promoting the society through Facebook and Twitter; send images and information concerning SLSA initiatives to Nicole at email@example.com. Wayne’s report indicated that there are 1341 subscribers to the society’s listserv and that he is updating the website and switching the litsciarts.org site to secure connections.
Laura Otis, chair of the Nominations Committee, serving with Dennis Summers, called for a member wishing to serve on the committee and for nominations and self-nominations of members wishing to run for these offices: 2ndVice-President and Member-at Large. The 2nd Vice-President will develop a future conference and will serve on the Executive Committee, transitioning after two years to the office of 1st Vice-President and then President. The Member-at-Large will serve on the Executive Committee for two years (fall 2018-fall 2020).
Susan Squier presented the Publications Committee report about the successful book panels held during the conference. Members can send suggestions for future book panels to Susan or to other Publications Committee members (Ronald Schleifer and Pamela Gossin).
Bob Markley called for nominations for the Lifetime Achievement Award (see more information below).
Configurations Report and Call for Articles and Reviewers: Journal editors Melissa Littlefield and Rajani Sudan and book review editor Jeff Karnicky reported on the schedule of issues of the journal, which now publishes four issues per year. They invite essays, review essays, and book reviews to appear in the society’s journal. Editors ask SLSA members and affiliates to volunteer as reviewers/readers for the journal by completing the short survey here: https://illinois.edu/sb/sec/5787636
Bruce Clarke, SLSAEurope liaison working with the sister society’s executive director Manuela Rossini, reported on the successful SLSAeu Basel “Empathies” meeting held in June 2017, and announced the upcoming meeting in Copenhagen, June 13-16, 2018. The call for contributions to the 2018 SLSAeu conference GREEN appears at http://green-slsa2018.ku.dk. The deadline for submissions is December 17, 2017.
2017 Essay and Book Prizes
Kate Hayles announced that graduate student member Dagmar Van Engen’s essay “Disordered Time and Alien Natural Law: Queer Invertebrate Evolution in At the Mountain of Madness” won the Bruns Prize, judged by Amanda Gould. The essay “reconfigures the edges of H.P. Lovecraft’s fiction and redefines boundaries of fiction’s use in thinking queerness, queer hi/stories, and queer temporalities.”
Carol Colatrella announced that judges Blake Leland and Jennifer Tuttle awarded the Schachterle Prize to Dahlia Porter’s essay “Specimen Poetics: Botany, Reanimation, and the Romantic Collection” (Representations, July 2017), “which traces the origin of the modern literary anthology, exploring its genesis in late seventeenth and eighteenth-century botanical aims and representational practices.”
Bob Markley announced that Julian Yates (English, University of Delaware) won the Kendrick Book Prize for the book Of Sheep, Oranges, and Yeast: A Multispecies Impression (University of Minnesota Press). Posthuman Series editor Cary Wolfe and press editor Doug Amato accepted on Yates’s behalf. The Short List of runners-up: Lowell Duckert (West Virginia University Press), For All Waters: Finding Ourselves in Early Modern Wetscapes (University of Minnesota Press); Scott Selisker (University of Arizona Press), Human Programming: Brainwashing, Automatons, and American Unfreedom (University of Minnesota Press); and Rajani Sudan, The Alchemy of Empire (Fordham University Press).
SLSA 2017 Wrap-Up Topics Sunday, November 12, 2017 Notes by Carol Colatrella & Ron Broglio
Attendees: Ron Broglio, Adam Nocek, John Hay, Dennis Summers, Steven Loo, Maria Whiteman, Alice Gibson, Celina Osuna, Carol Colatrella
Hotels: Offered good rates, except for the much higher Wednesday rate at the Graduate. Residence Inn was praised for its value. The Saturday dance at Graduate was also problematic due to the building layout.
Recommendations: arrange for some Wednesday rooms at the conference rate or at least a lower rate than the rack rate. Carefully negotiate with hotel about appropriate spaces. The conference has grown—likely we could use larger room blocks. SLSA 2017 had two hotels. Each had 75 rooms Thursday then 85 rooms Friday and Saturday. There was still a demand for rooms so we added another 30 rooms/night at a third hotel.
Meeting Facilities & Technology Support: ASU’s excellent facilities and technology support were praised.
Business Lunch: Charging $10 for the lunch (which cost $30 per lunch) did engender some resentment, and there were still many empty seats, meaning some people paid for lunch but did not attend. Although only attendees with tickets were supposed to attend, at a certain point organizers recognized that the empty seats meant anyone present could be seated for lunch; however, some attendees had already left the venue. Also, many attendees did not understand what a business lunch meant.
Recommendations: Re-brand the lunch as a Members’ Lunch. Publicize the lunch (and perhaps other plenary events) at the registration desk with a sign. Figure out whether charging encourages participation.
Book Exhibit: Meeting organizers pointed out the incredible amount of work required to communicate with publishers because of the distributed work in these presses: one must negotiate and track arrangements with marketing, editorial, shipping, etc. other units.
Recommendation: Make sure that there is a person or two delegated by the meeting organizers to clarify arrangements with presses. Contact Ron for names of Press contacts. Presses at SLSA 2017 included Edinburgh, Bloomsbury, Scholars Choice, Penn State, and Minnesota.
Art on the program: art panels, exhibits & receptions, workshops were praised.
Recommendations: Continue to make available opportunities to exhibit art in association with receptions. Continue to encourage artists to participate and underwrite their costs. Continue to encourage panels and workshops on art, particularly in close proximity to other events.
Volunteers & Graduate Student Participation: SLSA 2017 had thirty volunteers, largely graduate students from ASU and graduate student attendees from other institutions. Their efforts received praise. Most volunteers received free registration and a t-shirt; graduate student volunteers thanked organizers for the opportunity to save money on the conference fee and were grateful for SLSA and SLSA NSF travel funds. Two (volunteer coordinator and print program designer) were paid nominal sums for their coordination, management, and design contributions. A graduate student designed the popular t-shirt based on input from PHUN participants; a number of attendees asked to purchase t-shirts, but these were not produced in quantity. We did pay one program organizer $1,500 for hourly work (at $15/hour). Organizers will likely give core volunteers who worked over 15hrs a small payment (approx. $150-200 each).
Recommendations: Continue to involve graduate students and offer local and visiting students free registration for their volunteer work on the conference. Have graduate students design a t-shirt for volunteers and for sale; profits can help support graduate student travel expenses.
Creative writing readings: excellent location for three panels including SLSA and local writers in a comfortable, cozy space with a local creative writer “host.” There was not any testimony about the creative writing workshops, but perhaps the organizers can be asked about how things went.
Recommendations: connect creative writing panels with local creative writers who can participate. Consult organizers of the two SLSA 2017 creative writing workshops to find out how these worked out and if they recommend improvements.
Professionalization panels/workshops: Ian Bogost’s and Christopher Schaberg’s NEH Object Lessons workshop praised as an opportunity for attendees to receive professional training in journalism. Discussion also considered how to introduce more professional topics to assist graduate students.
Recommendations: Ask Ian Bogost about developing a similar workshop for SLSA 2018. Also develop one or two conversations on the program that center on professional topics and include senior faculty, particularly those who have served in administrative roles and can advise/mentor about opening stages of career. (Steven Loo, a former dean, is willing.)
SLSA conference submission site: The site is a bit cumbersome for entering panels.
Recommendation: Wayne Miller, Electronic Resources Coordinator, should look into improvements or a new system.
Publishing conference program: Attendees appreciated being able access the program with abstracts online and receiving a print program at the meeting. The SLSA 2017 program was praised for its clarity.
Recommendation: Conference organizers and Wayne should look into developing a mobile app for the program.
SLSA 2018 Conference “Out of Mind,” November 15-18, 2018, Toronto, Canada
Plenary Speakers: Jack Halberstam and Skawennati
Site Coordinators: David Cecchetto (York University) and Marcel O’Gorman (University of Waterloo)
We’re all out of our minds, in more ways than one. Some things we consciously put out of mind in order to think, while others gain their potency precisely from having always been outside of mind ‘proper.’ Madness, post- and pre-neuroscience, precognition, superstition, stupidity (bêtise), and bureaucracy all obtain on the question of our minds and their relation to thinking. (For further description, see the announcement in the 2017 program and information on the SLSA website.)
For individual papers, contributors should submit a 250-word abstract along with title and affiliation. Pre-organized panel submissions, which might include three or four papers per panel, should include an additional paragraph describing the rubric and proposed title of the panel. Roundtables, alternative format panels, and the like are encouraged. Submit all proposals and register for the conference at http://litsciarts.org/slsa18.
SLSA 2018 Paper/Panel Proposal Due Date: March 1, 2018, with notification of acceptance by June 2018.
All participants in SLSA 2018 must be 2018 members of SLSA. To join or renew membership click on this link:https://slsa.press.jhu.edu/membership/join, or call the Johns Hopkins University Press Journals Division at 1-800-548-1784 (US & Canada only, all others call 410-516-6987). Mon-Fri 8:00am-4:30pm, Fax: 410-516-6968, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
2018 Travel Awards: SLSA provides a limited number of travel awards for underfunded individuals attending the annual conference. Members of SLSA who present at the annual conference may apply for travel subventions. An applicant should email name, title of SLSA presentation, an indication of how long one has been a member of SLSA, and any information about funding for the conference to the Executive Director at email@example.com by August 1. Please provide estimated travel expenses and the amount of support (if any) anticipated from other sources. If you have received travel support from SLSA in the past, please include information about that support (when and how much). SLSA officers will review applications and approve funds for as many as our budget permits; preference will be given to students and those most in need. Each person awarded funds will be presented with a check at the conference business meeting.
2018 SLSA NSF Travel Grants: SLSA is a member of a consortium of science societies (led by the History of Science Society) that have received funding from the US National Science Foundation (NSF) to support travel costs to the annual SLSA meeting for graduate students, independent scholars, artists, and recent PhD members who present papers or are involved in governance activities at the conference. The maximum award will be $1,000 for international travel and $500 for domestic travel (airfare will only be provided for travel on U.S. flag air carriers, or on airlines with code-share agreements, or under open skies agreements as stipulated by NSF requirements). Any other airlines, including British Air, Air Berlin, etc. are ineligible unless the flight is code-shared with a US carrier. Please note that, even though airlines may belong to the same “Alliance” (e.g., Star Alliance), their routes don’t automatically have a codeshare. The travel award will be provided as a reimbursement for expenses upon receipt of an official expense report, the appropriate receipts, and documentation of student status for those graduate students applying; these documents must be printed and mailed within 10 days of the conference to Carol Colatrella, LMC, Georgia Tech, 686 Cherry St., Atlanta, GA 30332-0165. A US citizen requesting reimbursement from employment and residence abroad should provide a copy of his/her US passport. SLSA NSF funds can only be awarded to SLSA members who are graduate students, independent scholars, artists, or recent PhDs with formal roles at the meeting. An awardee must be a 2018 SLSA member who is a US citizen or a graduate student enrolled in a US higher education institution. See http://litsciarts.org/awards/
2018 Bruns Essay Prize: The Bruns Graduate Essay Prize, in honor of Edward F. Bruns, is awarded annually to the best essay written by a graduate student member of the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts. Graduate students wishing to have their essays considered for the $500 prize should submit them by August 1 to N. Katherine Hayles, Department of English, Duke University, via electronic mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send a copy of your formatted essay as a PDF or Word file, or send a pointer to a URL where the essay is posted.
2018 Schachterle Essay Prize: Lance Schachterle, founding president of the society, established an annual prize of $250 in honor of his parents to recognize the best new essay on literature and science written in English by a non-tenured scholar. Eligible authors wishing to submit essays (published or accepted for publication) should send them prior to August 1 to SLSA’s Executive Director, Carol Colatrella, LMC, Georgia Tech via electronic mail to email@example.com. Please send a copy of your formatted essay as a PDF or Word file, or send a pointer to a URL where the essay is posted.
SLSA Michelle Kendrick Memorial Book Prize: SLSA holds an annual competition for the Michelle Kendrick Memorial Book Prize awarded each year to the best academic book on literature, science, and the arts published by an SLSA member. The prize will be announced at the annual SLSA conference. Established in the fall of 2006 in memory of Michelle Kendrick of Washington State University-Vancouver, an energetic, well-loved scholar of literature and science and long-time member of SLSA, the Kendrick Prize is open to any book of original scholarship on literature, science, and the arts published between July 1, 2017, and June 30, 2018. The winner will receive $250.00.To be considered for this year’s Kendrick Prize, an author should send or ask the press to send three copies of the book by June 30 to: Professor Robert Markley, Department of English, 608 South Wright Street, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL 61801. Send donations for the Kendrick Prize (check written to SLSA, with Kendrick in memo) to Carol Colatrella, SLSA Executive Director, LMC, Georgia Tech, 686 Cherry Street, Atlanta, GA 30332-0165
2018 SLSA Lifetime Achievement Award: The SLSA Executive Committee each spring appoints a committee to seek and review nominations for the SLSA Lifetime Achievement award. Committee members include a former President of SLSA, who serves as chair, one currently serving member at large, and one other SLSA member. The Lifetime Achievement Awards Committee asks members to nominate candidates whose significant, interdisciplinary scholarship is exemplary of SLSA. The committee members will nominate candidates and should collaborate on reviewing nominations from the membership to select a recipient of the award or to decide not to make an award for that year. Members of the Lifetime Achievement Award Committee are Bob Markley (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Suzanne Black (email@example.com). Please send inquiries about requirements and nominations for the award to both by August 15, 2018.
Note: all of the awards described above are presented during the Business Meeting of the annual fall conference. One may submit only one entry to one of the two essay prize competitions.
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS of Graduate Student Liaisons: Call for volunteers to apply for two graduate student liaison positions with terms running to fall 2020. If appointed by SLSA officers, these graduate students will replace Sara DiCaglio and Kari Nixon beginning in fall 2018. Jap-Nanak Makkar’s term as graduate student liaison runs from fall 2017-fall 2019.
CONTRIBUTE TO THE SLSA WEBSITE: New publication announcements, course syllabi and other material for display on the website are welcome. Please see the site for details, or contact Wayne Miller, SLSA Electronic Resources Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments.
NEW SLSA BIBLIOGRAPHER NEEDED: Bibliographer Jennifer Rhee is recruiting a successor to serve as Bibliographer. Contact her at email@example.com for more information.
The SLSAeu also welcomes membership and support from friends and colleagues beyond Europe
To join, see http://www.slsa-eu.org/membership.html
Mailing list for SLSAeu: https://www.maillist.unibas.ch/mailman/listinfo/slsa-eu
SLSAeu LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12009948
SLSAeu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/slsaeu/
The call for contributions to the 2018 SLSAeu conference GREEN: http://green-slsa2018.ku.dk
ANTHROPOSCENE: NEW SLSA BOOK SERIES FROM PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY PRESS:AnthropoScene is a new book series from the Pennsylvania State University Press, published in collaboration with SLSA. While not all scientists have accepted the term “anthropocene” as part of the geological timescale, the idea that humans are changing the planet and its environments in radical and irreversible ways has provoked new kinds of cross-disciplinary thinking about relationships among the arts, human technologies, and nature. This is the broad, cross-disciplinary basis for books published in AnthropoScene. Books in this series will include specialized studies for scholars in a variety of disciplines as well as widely accessible works of interest to broad audiences. They will examine, in a variety of ways, relationships and points of intersection among natural, biological, and applied sciences and literary, visual, and performing arts. The AnthropoScene series represents the depth and breadth of work being done by scholars in literature, science, and the arts, putting innovative juxtapositions within reach of specialists and non-specialists alike.
Series Editors are Lucinda Cole and Robert Markley, both at the University of Illinois. Series Advisory Board members are Stacy Alaimo, University of Texas at Arlington; Ron Broglio, Arizona State University; Carol Colatrella, Georgia Institute of Technology; Heidi Hutner, Stony Brook University; Stephanie LeMenager, University of Oregon; Christopher Morris, University of Texas at Arlington; Laura Otis, Emory University; Will Potter, Washington, D.C.; Ronald Schleifer, University of Oklahoma; Susan Squier, Penn State University; Rajani Sudan, Southern Methodist University; and Kari Weil, Wesleyan University.
Submissions to the AnthropoScene series should include a three- to five-page proposal outlining the intent of the project, its scope, its relation to other work on the topic, and its intended audience(s). Please also include two to three sample chapters, if available, and your CV. Questions or submissions? Contact Penn State Press: Kendra Boileau, Editor-in-Chief, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (814) 867-2220. Or email the series editors: Lucinda Cole at email@example.com and Robert Markley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts Executive Board (2017-2018)
President: Ron Broglio, Arizona State University
Executive Director: Carol Colatrella, Georgia Institute of Technology
First Vice-President: Marcel O’Gorman, University of Waterloo
Second Vice-President: David Cecchetto, York University, Toronto
Members-at-Large: Rebecca Perry, University of Virginia (2016-2018); Andrew Pilsch, Arizona State University & Rebekah Sheldon, Indiana University-Bloomington (2015-2017); John Hay, University of Nevada-Las Vegas (2017-2019)
Graduate Student Liaisons: Kari Nixon, Southern Methodist University MNixon@smu.edu & Sara DiCagliosdicaglio@psu.edu (to fall 2017); Nicole Keller Day, Northeastern University email@example.com (to fall 2018); Jap-Nanak Makkar, University of Virginia firstname.lastname@example.org (to fall 2019)
Past Presidents: Robert Markley, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign;Laura Otis, Emory University; Richard Nash, Indiana University; Alan Rauch, University of North Carolina-Charlotte; Bruce Clarke, Texas Tech University; Eve Keller, Fordham University; Jay Labinger, California Institute of Technology; T. Hugh Crawford, Georgia Tech; Susan Squier, Penn State; Sidney Perkowitz, Emory University; Stuart Peterfreund, Northeastern University; James J. Bono, SUNY-Buffalo; N. Katherine Hayles, Duke University; Mark Greenberg, Drexel University; Lance Schachterle, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Stephen J. Weininger, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Configurations Editors: Melissa Littlefield, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Rajani Sudan, Southern Methodist University Configurations Email address: email@example.com
Configurations Book Review Editor: Jeffrey Karnicky, Department of English, 2505 University Avenue,
Drake University, Des Moines, IA 50311. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Publications Committee: Susan Squier, Penn State University; Ronald Schleifer, University of Oklahoma; Pamela Gossin, University of Texas at Dallas
Bibliographer: Jennifer Rhee, Virginia Commonwealth University (email@example.com)
Electronic Resources Coordinator: Wayne Miller, Duke University (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Arts Liaisons: Dennis Summers (email@example.com); Kiki Benzon (firstname.lastname@example.org); Maria Whiteman (email@example.com)
Social Media Liaison: Nicole Fletcher (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Executive Director can be reached at (404) 894-1241 or email@example.com. Postal address: Carol Colatrella, Executive Director, SLSA, School of Literature, Media, and Communication, Georgia Institute of Technology, 686 Cherry Street, Atlanta, GA 30332-0165
Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts, Financial Report, 10/1/16-9/30/17
Prepared by Carol Colatrella, Executive Director, October 25, 2017
Balance on hand 9/30/16 Wells Fargo Bank account, Atlanta 82,599.17
Wells Fargo CDs 30,000.00
TOTAL BALANCE 112,599.17
Income: Dues, SLSA share (10/16-9/17) 9,139.71
Essay Prize donation 500.00
Configurations dividend 36,799.00
SLSA 2016 Atlanta conference fees (Oct-Nov 2016) 41,000.00
SLSA 2017 Tempe conference fees (June-Aug 2017) 27,235.00
Wachovia/Wells Fargo Bank Interest on CDs 2.88
TOTAL INCOME 115,475.59
Expenses: Conference–SLSA 2016 Atlanta/Westin Hotel 57,077.08
–Copies & badges 95.63
–SLSA travel awards 5,600.00
–SLSA NSF travel awards 6,831.87
–Essay and book prizes 1,250.00
–Art exhibits 466.98
–Conference support 850.00
–Programs & desk supplies 2,124.32
–SLSA 2017 Tempe/Graduate Hotel deposit 500.00
Configurations–copy editing/layout (LMC, Georgia Tech) 4,000.00
–Univ. of Illinois publication assistant 5,750.00
Publications subtotal 9,750.00
Executive Director (10/15-9/16) salary 11,050.00
2017 travel stipend 850.00
Other: Insurance Premium 1,098.00
Office supplies 267.90
Tax Preparation 570.00
Massachusetts Corporation Fee 35.00
Attorney General 70.00
Bank Checks 113.68
Bank Fees 59.00
TOTAL EXPENSES 102,326.81
Balance on hand 9/30/17 Wells Fargo Bank account, Atlanta 125,380.32
Wells Fargo CDs 30,000.00
TOTAL BALANCE 155,317.89
Members 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Life Member 1 1
Benefactor 6 4 1 1 2 1 2 2
Gratis 6 6 9 9 9 9 10 9 10 11
Individuals 324 246 316 291 323 345 359 285 307 337
Joint Memberships 3 6 6 4 4 3 8 4 6 7
Patron Member 2 3 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1
Pension Member 16 10 12 10 16 16 1 14 16 16
Sponsor 6 4 2 2 1 4 3 8 5 5
Student 123 92 124 132 179 109 113 92 123 135
Total memberships 486 371 473 450 539 487 505 414 473 515
2016-17 Donors and Benefactors:
Thanks to the following life members, donors, benefactors, and patrons for their monetary contributions supporting SLSA general expenses, travel subsidies for students and others, and essay and book prizes:
Kate Hayles, Jay Labinger, Livia Monnet, Robert Faivre, Hiroko Washiko, Vivian Pollak, Lindsay Thomas, Suzanne Black, Dawn Sanders, Elizabeth Rose, Carol Colatrella, Jim Swan, Jason Price
2017 SLSA travel awards of $200 will be presented today to the following individuals:
Rajad Singh Dhaliwal, Jason Lajoie, Christy Tidwell, Christina Katipodis, Maria Michals, Julie Funk, Miranda Niittynen, Bethany Doane, Martin Jensen, Benjamin Murphy, Judy Ehrentraut, Annu Dahiya, Maryann Murtagh, Dagmar Van Engen, Derek Lee, Ajitpaul Mangat, Alice Gibson, Hilary Bergen, Dakota Gearhart, Nathanael Mengist, Nick Hobin, Megan Honsberger, Jamal Russell, Daniel Vandersommers
2017 SLSA NSF travel awards of varying amounts ($300-400), depending on status and transportation costs incurred, will be sent to the following individuals, pending documentation: Ranjodh Singh Dhaliwal, Christina Katopodis, Maria Whiteman, Maria Michails-Posidis, Tiffany Funk, Bethany Doane, Ben Murphy, Aaron Plasek, Annu Dahiya, Maryann Murtagh, Dagmar Van Engen, Derek Lee, Anwesha Maity, Jap-Nanak Makkar, Martin Jensen, Nathanael Mengist, Hayley Malouin, Jamal Russell