Richard Campanella awarded interdisciplinary collaboration fellowship

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Jul 6, 2018

Richard Campanella, a senior professor of practice in the Tulane School of Architecture, is among the recipients of the Tulane ByWater Institute Faculty Fellowships in Interdisciplinary Collaboration announced last month.

Fellows are chosen by application and selected based on intellectual merit, potential for funding, and interdisciplinary methodology and/or theoretical framework. The recipients will use funds for preliminary data collection and refining methodologies in order to prepare and submit proposals to grant funding.

Campanella was awarded a fellowship with Kevin Gotham, a professor of sociology in the School of Liberal Arts. Their fellowship will support a grant proposal to be submitted to the National Science Foundation. The proposed two-year project will focus on the determinants of business owner support for coastal resilience measures. The project aims to understand how local business owners perceive environmental risk and how they make decisions regarding hurricane and flooding threats.

Read more in the New Wave story, “Tulane ByWater Institute awards faculty fellowships.”

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