- GIS | Health & Hazards Lab
- City and Community Studies Initiative
- Center for Ecology and Natural Resource Sustainability
- Computational Social Science Lab
Burning River Awards
- What is the nature of the research you seek to support through this award? What specific question does it seek to answer? How will it add to our understanding of city and community issues?
- What is your research design? What are you attempting to accomplish? At what stage are you in this research and how much more time is required?
- How would the award assist you in completing the project? That is, how do you plan to use the award money?
IMAGE: Burning River Winners
Pictured to the left are the award winners and key faculty members of CCSI. (L to R) Amber Thorne-Hamilton (award winner), Richard Adams (associate professor, sociology), David Purcell (assistant professor, sociology), Derrin Smith (award winner), Emariana Taylor (assistant professor, geography) and Dawn Einsel (award winner)
The 1st Annual Burning River Awards (2010)
The 1st Annual Burning River Awardees were announced in late October of 2010. The winning proposals were:
Chris Wallis and the Photojournalism II class (Undergraduate, Journalism)
A Time to Share: Preserving the Voices of WWII
Derrin Smith (Masters Candidate, Geography)
Place Marketing and the Image of Cleveland and Northeast Ohio
Amber Thorne-Hamilton (Doctoral Candidate, Political Science)
Cincinnati Collaborative: An Experiment in Deliberative Democracy in an Identity-Driven Conflict
For more information on the Burning River Awards, check out the Kent State University's eInside news story.