In the spring of 2004, Mr. Philip Donovan initiated The Donovan Travel Enrichment Fund for student and faculty travel. The
fund helps support faculty and students who are traveling to research centers, and
With additional financial support from numerous sponsors, this award has been renamed
the College of Arts and Sciences Travel Enrichment Fund. Each year's recipients will
be brought together at an annual luncheon with the sponsors to report on what they
learned during their travels.
Travel Enrichment and Community Engagement
Dr. Michael Duke, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology. is currently engaged
in a community-based participatory research study on the physical and mental health
needs of Marshall Islanders residing in Northwest Arkansas. He received Travel Enrichment
Funding in summer 2013 to travel to Springdale, AR. Here is a summary of his research.
A list of past recipients can be found on the Accolades website.