Kalinowski Fund Recent Grant Recipients
Kaley Belval ’15 (Documentary Studies & Prod.)
Conduct research on the national feminist movements of the 1970s and the founding mothers of The Advocacy Center in order to create a short video for the community. The research will focus on the context of the national feminist movements and how action in Ithaca was connected to the second wave of feminism.
Chelsea Townley ’12 (Sociology)
Conduct research on the links between pornography and college women’s sexual self-esteem in a project entitled “Jenna Jameson - Role Model: Pornography Exposure and Women’s Sexual Self-Esteem,” and to present the results of the research at the Eastern Sociological Society’s spring 2012 conference.
Heike Domine '11 (Spanish and English)
Conduct research on two women's movements that protest against dictatorships, one in Chile (the arpilleras movement) and one in Argentina (Abuelas de la Plaza de Mayo)
Abigail Dubovi '11 (Psychology)
Conduct research for a senior honors thesis on the experiences, identity development, and well-being of Asian American adoptees, with an emphasis on comparing the experiences of male and female adoptees
To see previous recipients of this award, please access the Janet Kalinowski Award Previous Recipients document.