Lisa Feldman Barrett
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship
A recognized leader in the field of affective neuroscience, Feldman Barrett dispels longstanding myths about how the brain works. Her fellowship will enable her to complete Seven Insights About the Brain, a book about how we understand who we are.
Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science
Lewis studies bacterial infections, including Lyme disease and MRSA, which he has found evade antibiotics when a subset of “persister” bacteria go dormant, then replicate anew once treatment is stopped. He is recognized for leadership in his field, and for advancing the public's understanding of science.
A visual artist, Hechtman deals with issues of agency and control, absence and presence, and real-time experience in her studio practice. The Fulbright enables her to teach and create new work in Reykjavik at the Icelandic Academy of Art.
American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship
With support from her award and the College of Social Sciences and Humanities, Streets–Salter will complete a book, The Chill Before the Cold War: The Noulens Affair and the Global Struggle Between Communism and Anti–Communism in the Interwar Period.
Ford Foundation Senior Fellowship
Joseph examines the implications and effects of immigration policy; propaganda and political rhetoric; and localized policy changes that impact immigrant populations. Her award will support work on a new book.
Sloan Research Fellowship
Wilson is shining light on how algorithms power the web, popular apps, and social media. He examines the data collected by these tools, exposing their impact on users' privacy and security. The Sloan Foundation supports promising researchers in STEM fields.