The Roscoe Martin Fund honors the memory of Roscoe C. Martin, Professor of Political Science and founding scholar of the Public Administration discipline. A professor at Syracuse University from 1949 until he died in 1972, Martin served as the eighth president of the American Society for Public Administration from 1949 to 1950. His many popular publications included New Horizons in Public Administration (1945), the first book published by the University of Alabama Press. 

Active Funding Opportunities 

AY 2023-2024 

Upcoming Funding Opportunities  

AY 2024-2025 

Release date: October 2024 

Closed Funding Opportunities  

AY 2022-2023 

AY 2021-2022 

AY 2020-2021 

AY 2019-2020



Grants 

AY 2022-2023

Bruce Baigrie, Geography and the Environment

No Transition without a Party

Caroline Barraco, History

Relics, Gender, and Power in the Early Spanish Empire (Barraco)

Roseanna Benser,  Sociology

The Recovery Industry: Inside from the Worker's Perspective

Brittany Jewell Bohlinger, Geography and the Environment

Carceral Jungle: The Changing Landscape of Imprisonment

Julissa Collazo Lopez, Anthropology

Gendering and Performance in Early Spanish Colonies: Order and (dis)Order at Puerto Real (1503-1578) and St. Augustine (1565-1763)

Hannah Connolly, Social Science

The Socialization of Medical Students Around Social Determinants of Health

Weston Fenner IV, Sociology

Public Lands and Capitalism: The Case of the Adirondack Park

Caleb Fouts, History

Exploring How Ordinary Romans Felt about and Interacted with
the Mussolini Regime during the Second World War

Xiaohan Gang, Sociology

A Study of Chinese Study-Abroad Agencies 

Ian Glazman-Schillinger, History

Machado v United States: The Prosecution of Online Hate Crime

Xiwei Guo, Geography and the Environment

Morphological Characteristics, Lateral Dynamics, and Channel-Floodplain Interactions of an Alluvial Channel Cluster in the Upper Yellow River, Qinghai-Tibet Plateau

Odlanyer Hernandez De Lara, Anthropology

Violence, Destruction, and Memory: An Archaeological Approach to State Terrorism in Dictatorial Cuba (1952-1958)

Jessica Hogbin, History

Melancholy and the Renaissance Mind and Body

Xiaoxia Huang, Political Science 

Making Autocracy Work: Authoritarian Political Recruitment and Its Impacts

Hakki Ozan Karayigit, Geography and the Environment

Rights to the Cities: Politics of Islamism

Shanel Khaliq, Sociology

Public Transport and Mobility: Understanding Gender, Class and Environmental Inequality in Pakistan

Gunyeop Lee, Political Science

Cyber Military Effectiveness

Ainhoa Mingolarra Garaizar, Geography and the Environment

Haitian and Dominican Water Geographies around the  Transboundary Massacre River

Katherine Mott, Sociology

Funding Poverty: Syracuse’s Nonprofit Industrial Complex and the Persistence of Poverty

David Okanlawon, Anthropology

Foodways and Cultural Entanglements on Atlantic Bunce Island, Sierra Leone

Matthew O'Leary, Anthropology

Placing Quotidian Life at Ft St Frederic within the Broader Socioeconomic Landscapes of Lake Champlain

Dustin Satterfield, Sociology

Heteronormativity and Poverty Governance in the NE US: LGBT Experiences with Government Benefits

Kazi Farzana Shoily, History

The Creation of a Subaltern Nationalism: Bangladesh as a Concept in the Subcontinent

Zulfiya Torebekova, Social Science

Science Policy in Kazakhstan: Exploring Interest Groups Involvement in Agenda Setting and Policy Formulation Processes

Alexandria Vazquez, History

As Seen on TV: Latinidad's Growing Influence on English and Spanish Television


Catherine Annis, Public Administration

Siaw Appiah-Adu, Anthropology

Poonam Argade,  Social Science

Brittany Jewell Bohlinger, Geography

 Baurzhan Bokayev, Social Science

Collin Chambers, Geography

Melissa Darroch, Anthropology

Aysenur Deger, Political Science 

Claudia Diaz-Combs, Geography

Mohammad E Athar, History

Natalie Gallagher,  Social Science

Mary Helander, Social Science

Akemi Inamoto, Geography

Hakki Ozan Karayigit, Geography

 Shanel Khaliq, Sociology

Jiho Kim, Public Administration

Huseyin Zeyd Koytak, Sociology

Athena Last, Sociology

Seunghui Lee, Social Science

Sujung Lee, Sociology

Nicole Yeannine Moller Gonzalez, Geography

Amber Morris, Political Science

Brian Ohl, Public Administration

 Matthew O'Leary, Anthropology

 Jihyuk Park, Geography

 Gabriel Roth, History

Mahder Serekberhan, Political Science

Zulfiya Torebekova, Social Science

Siaw Appiah-Adu, Anthropology 

Melissa Darroch, Anthropology 

Rachel Brea Deal, Anthropology 

Matthew Greer, Anthropology 

Steven Harris, Anthropology 

Dana Olesch, Anthropology 

Maria Smith, Anthropology 

 Jewell Bohlinger, Geography 

Claudia Diaz-Combs, Geography 

 Jamie Fico, Geography 

Ainhoa Mingolarra Garaizar, Geography 

Madeleine Hamlin, Geography 

Mirella Pretell Gomero,  Geography 

 Jared Whear, Geography 

Dominic Wilkins,  Geography 

Morgan Kolakowski,  History

Farrah Brown, Political Science

Nathan Carrington, Political Science

Emma Dreher, Political Science

Sefa Secen, Political Science

 Kari Waters, Political Science

Baurzhan Bokayev, Social Science

Mariah Brennan Nanni, Social Science

Samanta Lee, Social Science

Melissa Lopoo, Social Science

Krushna Ranaware, Social Science

Zulfiya Torebekova, Social Science

Michael Branch, Sociology

Weston (Trent) Fenner, Sociology

Athena Last, Sociology

 Jinpu Wang, Sociology

Tony Chamoun, Anthropology

Melissa Darroch, Anthropology

Matthew Greer, Anthropology

Ajaya Mali, Anthropology

Maria Smith, Anthropology

Jewell Bohlinger, Geography

Tina Catania, Geography

Claudia Diaz-Combs, Geography

Xiwei Guo, Geography

Madeleine Hamlin, Geography

Akemi Inamoto, Geography

Katie MacDonald, Geography

Ainhoa Mingolarra Garaizar, Geography

Mirella Pretell, Geography

Thomas Bouril, History

Emily Hunter, History

Elizabeth (Bess) Davis, Political Science

Nathan Carrington, Political Science

Tae Hyun Lim, Political Science

Dongshu Liu, Political Science

Aykut Ozturk, Political Science

Kyungwon Suh, Political Science

Maria Laura Veramendi Garcia, Political Science

Kari Waters, Political Science

David Schwegman, Public Administration and International Affairs

Hannah Patnaik, Public Administration and International Affairs 

Saied Toossi, Public Administration and International Affairs

Nicholas Croce, Social Science

Natalie Gallagher, Social Science

Fitore Hyseni, Social Science

Darzhan Kazbekova, Social Science

Melissa Lopoo, Social Science

Jaisang Sun, Social Science

Joonsik Yoon, Social Science

Michael Branch, Sociology

Athena Last, Sociology

Claire Pendergrast, Sociology

Dalton Stevens, Sociology

Ning Zhan, Sociology

Selene Cammer-Bechtold, Sociology

Sujung Crystal Lee, Sociology 

Weston (Trent) Fenner, Sociology

Jinpu Wang, Sociology

Jewell Bohlinger, Geography

Claudia Diaz-Combs, Geography

Jamie Gagliano, Geography

Justin Hartnett, Geography

Brian Hennigan, Geography

Akemi Inamoto, Geography

James Lindberg, Geography

Katherine MacDonald, Geography

Ainhoa Mingolarra Garazier, Geography

Jared Whear, Geography

Kelsey Young, Geography

Thomas Bouril, History

Michael Britton, History

Phillip R. Davis, History

Emily Hunter, History

Morgan Kolakowski, History

Kishauna Soljour, History

Jason Blessing, Political Science

Tae Hyun-Lim, Political Science

Dongshu Liu, Political Science

Angely Martinez, Political Science

Aykut Ozturk, Political Science

Beatriz Rey, Political Science

Elise Roberts, Political Science

Katharine Russell, Political Science

Maria Veramendi, Political Science

Saied Toossi, Public Administration

Nara Yoon, Public Administration

David Schwegman, Public Administration and International Affairs

Krushna Rawaware, Social Science

Samanta Lee Seunghui, Social Science

Taveeshi Singh, Social Science

Athena Last, Sociology

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