The Weir/Galm Award Program
The Sybil Weir/John Galm Award is designed to assist junior faculty in establishing and developing their careers at San José State University. The award is intended to support research, travel to present at conferences, and/or acquisition of materials related to teaching or scholarship. A longtime professor and Chair of the English Department, Dr. John Galm, established the Weir/Galm Endowment in 1995 in memory of his wife, Dr. Sybil Weir. Dr. Weir also had a long career at San José State University. She was Professor of English and Associate Dean of the College of Humanities and the Arts; she also served as Associate Vice President for Faculty Affairs. The Weir/Galm Endowment Award is intended to enhance the careers of new faculty members according to the wishes of Dr. Weir and Dr. Galm.
Tenure-track faculty members are eligible for this award. All disciplines are welcome. In keeping with the wishes of the donors, preference will be given to proposals that address issues of diversity (broadly defined).
It is expected that one (1) award of a maximum of $2,500 will be made. Awards are subject to IRS tax. Funds will be made available to awardees by December 3, 2021.
Proposals are due by November 12, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. Please fill out this form.
|1995||M. Hase||Social Sciences||Social Sciences|
|1996||Mary McVey||Child & Adolescent Develop.||Education|
|1997||Alice Hines||Social Work||Social Work|
|1998||Udeme Ndon||Civil & Enviro. Engineering||Engineering|
|1999||Joseph Merighi||Social Work||Social Work|
|2000||Marcos Pizarro||Mexican American Studies||Social Sciences|
|2001||Rona Halualani||Communication Studies||Social Sciences|
|2002||Kathleen Evans||Secondary Education||Education|
|2004||Jennifer Madigan||Special Education||Education|
|2005||Ellen Hartinger-O'Connor||History||Social Sciences|
|2006||Persis Karim||English||Humanities & Arts|
|2007||Anne Roesler||Health Sciences||Applied Sciences & Arts|
|2008||Susan Lambrecht||Biological Sciences||Science|
|2009||Carlos Sanchez||Philosophy||Humanities & Arts|
|2015||Silke Higgins||University Library||Library|
|2015||Sarika Pruthi||Global Innovation & Leadership||Business|
|2015||Aaron Romanowsky||Physics & Astronomy||Science|
|2019||Robert Marx||Child & Adolescent Dev.||Education|
|2020||Saili Kulkarni||Special Education||Education|