Prize Recipients

2003-2012 Foundation Prize Recipients

2003

The Foundation Prize
College of the Arts:
Dr. Laurence E. Sherr
“Fugitive Footsteps”

The Foundation Prize
Coles College of Business:
Dr. Lucy F. Ackert
“Market Behavior in the Presence of Divergent and Imperfect
Private Information: Experimental Evidence from Canada, China and the United States”

The Foundation Prize
Bagwell College of Education:
Dr. Alice W. Terry
“Community Problem Solving Works for Middle Level Students”

The Foundation Prize
WellStar College of Health and Human Services:
Dr. Gloria Anne Jones Taylor
“Effects of a Culturally Sensitive Breast Self –Examination Intervention”

The Foundation Prize
College of Humanities and Social Sciences:
Dr. Sarah R. Robbins
“’The Future of Good and Great of Our Land’:
Republican Mothers, Female Authors, and
Domesticated Literacy in Antebellum New England”

The Foundation Prize
College of Science and Mathematics:
Dr. Patricia H. Reggio
“SR141716A Molecule Interaction”


2004

The Foundation Prize
College of Humanities and Social Sciences:
Jack Moran
“From Garrison State to Nation-State:
Political Power and the Russian Military Under Gorbachev and Yeltsin”

The Foundation Prize
Bagwell College of Education:
Tak C. Chan
“Warranting the field Performance of
Educational Leadership Graduates: How One University Acts”

The Foundation Prize
Coles College of Business:
Gabriel G. Ramirez
“Debtor-in-Possession Financing and Bankruptcy Resolution:
Empirical Evidence”

The Foundation Prize
WellStar College of Health and Human Services:
Ping Hu Johnson
“A Qualitative Exploration of Health Behaviors
and the Associated Factors Among University
Students from Different
Cultures”

The Foundation Prize
College of Science and Mathematics:
Sean F. Ellermeyer
And
Jerald D. Hendrix
“A Theoretical and Empirical Investigation of
Delayed Growth Response in the Continuous Culture of Bacteria”


2005

The Foundation Prize
College of Humanities and Social Sciences:
Dr. Sarah R. Robbins
“Managing Literacy, Mothering America”

The Foundation Prize
Bagwell College of Education:
Dr. Nita A. Paris
“Elaborate Analogies in Science Text: Tools for
Enhancing Preservice Teachers’ Knowledge and Attitudes”

The Foundation Prize
Coles College of Business:
Dr. Ann B. Gillette
“Corporate Board Composition, Protocols, and
Voting Behavior: Experimental Evidence”

The Foundation Prize
WellStar College of Health and Human Services:
Robley, Farnsworth, Flynn, and Horne
“This New House: Building Knowledge Through Online Learning”

The Foundation Prize
College of the Arts:
Dr. Laurence E. Sherr
“Duo Concertante”

The Foundation Prize
College of Science and Mathematics:
Theodore N. LaRosa
“New Nonthermal Filaments at the Galactic Center:
Are They Tracing a Globally Ordered Field?”

and
Dr. Rolf Schimmrigk
“Complex Multiplication of Exactly Solvable
Calabi-Yau Varieties”


2006

The Foundation Prize
College of Arts:
Robert F. Sherer
“Blood Works: Portraits of Love and
Loss in the Age of AIDS”

The Foundation Prize
Coles College of Business:
Dr. Lucy F. Ackert
“The Relationship Between Short Interest and
Stock Returns in the Canadian Market”

The Foundation Prize
Bagwell College of Education:
Dr. Alice W. Terry
“Blueprint for Incorporating Service Learning:
A Basic, Developmental, K-12 Service Learning Typology”

The Foundation Prize
WellStar College of Health and Human Services:
Dr. Mitchell A. Collins
“Effect of Race and Musculoskeletal Development
on the Accuracy of Air Plethysmography”

The Foundation Prize
College of Humanities and Social Sciences:
Dr. Catherine M. Lewis
“The Changing Face of Public History:
The Chicago Historical Society and
the Transformation of an American Museum”

The Foundation Prize
College of Science and Mathematics
Dr. Nikolaos Kidonakis
“Charged Higgs Production Via bg → tH ˉ”


2007

The Foundation Prize
College of Arts:
Matthew D. Haffner
“Serial City”

The Foundation Prize
Coles College of Business:
Dr. Ann B. Gillette
“If at First You Don’t Succeed: The Effect of the
Option to Resolicit on Corporate Takeovers”

The Foundation Prize
Bagwell College of Education:
Dr. David J. Martin
“Elementary Science Methods: A Constructivist Approach”

The Foundation Prize
WellStar College of Health and Human Services:
Dr. David B. Mitchell
“Nonconscious Priming After 17 Years: Invulnerable Implicit Memory”

The Foundation Prize
College of Science and Mathematics
Dr. Wendy B. Sanchez
“Helping Students Make Sense of Mathematics”


2008

The Foundation Prize
College of Arts:
Joe D. Remillard
solo exhibition at Trinity Gallery

The Foundation Prize
Coles College of Business:
Dr. Richard M. Franza
“Investing in product development and production capabilities:
 The crucial linkage between time-to-market and ramp-up time”

The Foundation Prize
Bagwell College of Education:
Dr. David J. Martin
Dr. Kimberly S. Loomis
“Building Teachers: A Constructivist Approach to Introducing Education”

The Foundation Prize
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Dr. Catherine M. Lewis
 “Don’t Ask What I Shot:
How Eisenhower’s Love of Golf Helped Shape 1950s America”

The Foundation Prize
WellStar College of Health and Human Services:
Dr. L. Annette Bairan
Dr. Gloria A. Taylor
Dr. Barbara J. Blake
“A Model of HIV Disclosure: Disclosure and Types of Social Relationships”

The Foundation Prize
College of Science and Mathematics
Dr. Nikolaos Kidonakis
“Single top quark production at the Fermilab Tevatron:
Threshold resummation and finite-order soft gluon corrections”


2009

The Foundation Prize
College of Arts:
Dr. Oral L. Moses
“Songs of America”

The Foundation Prize
Coles College of Business:
Dr. Brett E. Katzman
“Will Competitive Bidding Decrease Medicare Prices?”

The Foundation Prize
Bagwell College of Education:
Dr. Alice W. Terry
“Service-Learning… by Degrees”

The Foundation Prize
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Dr. James R. Piecuch
“Three Peoples One King”

The Foundation Prize
WellStar College of Health and Human Services:
Dr. John R. McLester, Jr.
 “Applied Biomechanics:  Concepts and Connections”

The Foundation Prize
College of Science and Mathematics
Dr. Sean F. Ellermeyer
“A Closer Look at the Crease Length Problem”


2010

The Foundation Prize
College of the Arts:
Dr. John S. Gentile
“Moby-Dick”

The Foundation Prize
Coles College of Business:
Dr. Rongbing Huang
“Testing Theories of Capital Structure and
Estimating the Speed of Adjustment”

The Foundation Prize
Bagwell College of Education:
Dr. Pamela B. Cole
“Young Adult Literature in the 21st Century”

The Foundation Prize
College of Humanities and Social Sciences:
Dr. LeeAnn B. Lands
“The Culture of Property: Race, Class, and Housing Landscapes
in Atlanta, 1880-1950”

The Foundation Prize
College of Science and Mathematics:
Dr. Daniela Tapu
“The First Phenanthrene-Fused Imidazol-2-ylidene
and Its Transition-Metal Complexes”


2011

The Foundation Prize
College of the Arts:
Mr. Ivan Pulinkala
“Chakra”

The Foundation Prize
Coles College of Business:
Dr. Divesh Sharma
“Former Audit Partners on the Audit Committee
and Internal Control Deficiencies”

The Foundation Prize
Bagwell College of Education:
Dr. Jo E. Williamson
Dr. Traci C. Redish
“ISTE’s Technology Facilitation and Leadership Standards:
What Every K-12 Leader Should Know and Be Able to Do”

The Foundation Prize
WellStar College of Health and Human Services:
Dr. John C. Bradbury
“Peak Athletic Performance and Ageing: Evidence from Baseball”

The Foundation Prize
College of Humanities and Social Sciences:
Mr. Jeffrey Stepakoff
“Fireworks Over Toccoa”

The Foundation Prize
College of Science and Mathematics:
Dr. Daniela Tapu
“C NMR Spectroscopy of “Arduengo-type” Carbenes and Their Derivatives”


2012

The Foundation Prize
College of the Arts:
Ms. Ming Chen
“Visual Literacy for Theatre”

The Foundation Prize
Coles College of Business:
Dr. Rongbing Huang
“Managing Underwriters and the Marketing of Seasoned Equity Offerings”

The Foundation Prize
Bagwell College of Education:
Dr. Robert A. DeVillar
Dr. Binbin Jiang
“Transforming America: Cultural Cohesion,
Educational Achievement and Global Competitiveness”

The Foundation Prize
WellStar College of Health and Human Services:
Dr. Jackie Jones
“Developing Critical Thinking in the Perioperative Environment”

The Foundation Prize
College of Humanities and Social Sciences:
Dr. Jeffrey Helms
Dr. Daniel Rogers
“Majoring in Psychology: Achieving Your Educational and Career Goals”

The Foundation Prize
College of Science and Mathematics:
Dr. Nikolaos Kidonakis
“Next-to-next-to-leading soft-gluon corrections for the top quark cross section
and transverse momentum distribution”