The following individuals were awarded a John Lantz Senior Fellowship for Research or Advanced Study in addition to their sabbaticals in 2014-15:
"Empire News: The Mofussilite Covers India"
"Radiative and Microphysical properties of Coastal Clouds of Chile"
"Choice and Equilibrium in Modern Economics"
Professor, Theatre Arts
"60 Plays, 60 Days"
Professor, Foreign Languages and Literature
"Online Archive of Illustrated Editions of the Mother Goose Rhymes"
Professor,Biology, and William L. McCormick Professor of Natural Sciences
"The Biology of Marine Anthropogenic Sulfide Seeps and Intertidal Community Ecology"
"Geochemical Studies of Heavy Metals in the Sediment of South Puget Sound Lakes"
The following faculty members were awarded Mellon Junior Sabbatical Fellowships in 2013–14:
Associate Professor, Math and Computer Science
"Computational Optimal Control: A Gateway to Undergraduate Research in Applied Mathematics"
Assistant Professor, Business and Leadership
Assistant Professor, English
"The Missing Texts of Elizabethan Revenge Tragedy"
Assistant Professor, Sociology and Anthropology
"Masculinities in Transition"
Associate Professor, Chemistry
"The Effect of Legalized Marijuana on its Consumption: A Study of Tacoma Wastewater"
"Literacy, Diversity, and the Arts: Enriching the Teaching Experience"
"Layered Landscapes: Foregrounding Nature/Culture Interactions in Shaping the Land"
Assistant Professor, Psychology
"The Phonetic Characteristics of BEEN"
Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology
"Illness Experience of Patients with Rare Diseases"
Assistant Professor, Chemistry
"The membrane as a catalyst: Can membrane environments trigger formation of annular oligomers"
Associate Professor, Music
"Acoustics of Choir Standing Orders"
"Keyboard Works of Franz Joseph Haydn"
Philip M. Phibbs Associate Professor of Political Theory, Politics and Government
Professor, Politics and Government
"The Other 90,000 Governments"
Assistant Professor, Geology and Environmental Policy and Decision Making
"Evolutionary and Ecological Responses of Small Mammal Communities to Habitat and Climate Change Over the Last Five Million Years"