Mark Allison, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, received $1,094 to support the presentation of his paper Autonomic Control of Smart Microgrid Systems using Domain Specific Software Models at the 4th International Symposium on Energy Challenges and Mechanics (ECM4) in Iverness, Scotland.

Tyrone Bynoe, Assistant Professor of Education, received $1,297 to support the presentation of his paper An Equity Study of Michigan School Spending from 1992 to 2014 at the ECER 2016 Leading Education conference in Dublin, Ireland.

Vicki Larsen, Associate Professor of English, received $1,500 to support the presentation of her paper Dryden's Chaucer, Cressy's Julian, and the Future of Middle English at the New Chaucer Society Biennial Congress in London, England.

Gregory Laurence, Associate Professor of Management, received $1,500 to support the presentation of his paper Be happy in your work? The effects of enjoyment of work and work centrality on the experience of work family conflict at the International Congress of Psychology in Tokyo, Japan.

Heather Laube, Associate Professor of Sociology, received $1,500 to support the presentation of two of her papers; Mentoring for Institutional Transformation: Recommendations from a Comparative Analysis and Resistance, and Replication: Feminists as Insiders and Outsiders in the Knowledge Economy at the Third ISA Forum of Sociology in Vienna, Austria.

Seung-Jin Lee, Assistant Professor of Earth and Resource Science, received $1,500 to support the presentation of his paper The sustainability of regional e-waste management systems: Monitor technology case studies at the 12th Biennial International Conference on EcoBalance in Kyoto, Japan.

Otrude Moyo, Associate Professor of Social Work, received $1,500 to support the presentation of her paper Humanizing the racialized self and community through Ubuntu: Critical insights from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe and Fort Beaufort, Eastern Cape South Africa at the World First Nations: Traditional Knowledge Conference in Brisbane, Australia.