CCCS Small Grants Awards for 2016-2017
Rachael Baker (Chemistry and Biochemistry), Serita Nelesen (Computer Science), and Amy Wilstermann (Biology): Building a Community of Scientists, the development of a new collaborative project at Calvin College.
David Dornbos (Biology) and Jay Hollman, M.D. (Louisiana State University Health Science Center): A book on Meat Consumption: Health, Environment, and Ethical Implications.
Susan Felch (English), Clare Costley King’oo (University of Connecticut), and Henry Baron (emeritus, English): Translation of a Dutch article on printing in 16th century Antwerp to support the critical edition of William Tyndale’s The Obedience of a Christian Man (1528).
David Hoekema (Philosophy): Two book projects on Peacemaking and the Ethics of Development.
Jennifer Holberg (English), Jane Zwart (English), Debra Rienstra (English), and Lisa Cockrel (English): Telling the Stories of the Festival of Faith and Writing: Crafting Our Past, Preparing for Our Future, support for a summer student research assistant to catalog materials, identify themes, and compose narratives related to the history of the Festival of Faith and Writing.
Mark Mulder (Sociology) and Gerardo Marti (Davidson College): A book onThe Thousand Panes of Glass: Robert Schuller and the Normalization of American Religious Innovation.
Ralph Stearley (Geology, Geography, and Environmental Studies): A book on Fossils: The Revelation of Beauty in God’s History of Creation.
The Calvin College Press
We are pleased to announce more than 100 books have resulted from CCCS support.