David Hicks, Eunju Hwang, and Corinne Noirot Received 2018-19 Global Partnership Project Grants

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College faculty who received Global Partnership Project Grants during the 2018–2019 academic year were: David Hicks, School of Education; Eunju Hwang, Apparel, Housing, and Resource Management; and Corinne Noirot, Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures.

Hicks’s “The Forever Project: The Benefits and Dilemmas of Using Virtual Interactive Holocaust Survivor Testimony” involves collaboration with the University of Nottingham and the UK National Holocaust Center.

As part of her research proposal, “Enhancing Research Partnerships on Global Age Friendly Communities,” Hwang hosted colleagues from the Jeju Ageing Society Research Center in South Korea.

Noirot was awarded support to advance work on the collaborative book manuscript titled Théâtre des frères La Taille, under contract with Classiques Garnier in Paris, with colleagues in France and Switzerland.