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Deadlines for 2020-2021 internal funding programs announced

University Senate charges the Committee on Faculty Research (CFR) with supporting and encouraging the development of research and creative activity at Miami University. In carrying out this charge, the CFR administers programs that support and celebrate faculty research and creative activities. Application to these programs is made through Research & Innovation. The CFR Program Guidelines provide information, eligibility criteria, and application procedures for these programs.

Faculty Research Grants Program

The Faculty Research Grants Program encourages proposals addressing new avenues of research and scholarship, either for the investigator or for the institution, initiating new projects and pilot studies, or testing novel or transformative research/creative ideas. In keeping with broader university-wide diversity and inclusion efforts, a portion of available funds will be reserved for research, scholarship, and creative activities in the areas of social justice, human rights, diversity, and inclusion.

The deadline for applying for the Faculty Research Grants Program is 5:00 p.m. Friday, October 16, 2020. Awards are generally announced in mid-December.

University Faculty Scholar & University Junior Faculty Scholar Awards

The University Faculty Scholar and Junior Faculty Scholar Awards programs celebrate the accomplishments of outstanding Miami researchers each year. Exemplary Miami faculty members are nominated by their peers to be recognized for superior research and scholarly activities. The deadline for Research & Innovation to receive nominations for the University Faculty Scholar and  Junior Faculty Scholar Awards is Friday, December 4, 2020.

Publication, Reprint, Exhibition, & Performance Costs (PREP) Program

In addition to these faculty recognition programs, the CFR oversees the Publication, Reprint, Exhibition, and Performance Costs (PREP) Program, which provides reimbursement for certain costs associated with research and creative activity. PREP applications may be submitted at any time during the year.

The Committee invites you to apply for support from these CFR programs and to nominate colleagues you believe are qualified for the University Faculty Scholar or Junior Faculty Scholar Award. Degree and rank at the date of application shall determine eligibility. The Committee encourages proposals from all disciplines and campuses at Miami University.

Programmatic questions may be directed to Rick Page, 2020-2021 CFR Chair (513-529-2281). Administrative questions may be directed to Research & Innovation (513-529-3600).


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A line of trophies

Distinguished Scholar and Junior Faculty Scholar awards announced

Miami University Distinguished Scholar Awards for 2020 have been presented to Scott Hartley, Volwiler distinguished professor in the department of chemistry and biochemistry; Terri Messman-Moore, professor in the department of psychology; and Elizabeth Wardle, Howe professor in the department of English and director of the Howe Center for Writing Excellence.

The 2020 class of Miami University Distinguished Scholars are (from left to right) Scott Hartley, Terri Messman-Moore, and Elizabeth Wardle

Distinguished Scholar Awards honor faculty whose sustained excellence in research or other creative activity has brought them prominence in their fields.

Miami University Junior Faculty Scholar Awards have been presented to Andrew Paluch, associate professor in the department of chemical, paper, and biomedical engineering; Ryan Gunderson, assistant professor in the department of sociology and gerontology; Brittany Aronson, an assistant professor in the department of educational leadership; and Rosemary Pennington, assistant professor in the department of media, journalism, and film.

The 2020 class of Miami University Junior Faculty Scholars are (from left to right) Andrew Paluch, Ryan Gunderson, Brittany Aronson, and Rosemary Pennington

Junior Faculty Scholar Awards honor faculty who have demonstrated great potential in research or artistry and have achieved significant standing in their fields. Candidates for the Junior Faculty Scholar Award must have received their highest degree no more than eight years before the time of nomination.

The scholars, named by the committee on faculty research, each receive a $2,000 grant for the pursuit of further research.

They were to be honored at the University Awards Reception, which was scheduled for March 17, but canceled in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.


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CFR Faculty Research Grant recipients announced

Two hands clasping each other, as though shaking in greeting, are reverse embossed on a rusty metal surface. The metal surface is painted a green-blue that seems to be wearing off in places, where the rust is taking over. The hands are encircled by a raised metal ring that has metal rivets at the 12-, 3-, 6-, and 9-o'clock positions.

The University Senate Committee on Faculty Research (CFR) Faculty Research Grants Program awards three types of funding — summer research appointments, research graduate assistantships, and grants to promote research. Proposals are due annually during fall semester, with awards typically announced during J-term.

For 2019-2020, CFR received 57 proposals and funded 25. Congratulations to the following recipients:

  • Elizabeth Bell (Political Science) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Mithun Bhowmick (Mathematical & Physical Sciences) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Eileen Bridge (Microbiology) — Grant to Promote Research
  • Nathanial Bryan & Paula Saine (Teacher Education) — Grant to Promote Research
  • Qing Burke (Accountancy) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Andrew Casper (Art) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Wen-Ching Chuang (Western Program) — Summer Research Appointment and Grant to Promote Research
  • Michael Crowder (Chemistry & Biochemistry) — Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Kate Dannies (Global & Intercultural Studies) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Saruna Ghimire (Sociology & Gerontology) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Paul James (Biology) –Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Joseph Johnson (Psychology) — Summer Research Appointment and Grant to Promote Research
  • Andrew Jones (Chemical, Paper, & Biomedical Engineering) –Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Mahmud Khan (Physics) — Grant to Promote Research
  • Emily Legg (English) –Summer Research Appointment
  • Imran Mirza (Physics) — Summer Research Appointment, Grant to Promote Research
  • Jason Rech (Geology & Environmental Earth Science) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Paul Reidy (Kinesiology & Health) — Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Carlo Samson (Physics) — Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Jay Shan (Information Systems & Analytics) — Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Jinjuan She (Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering) — Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Haifei Shi (Biology) — Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Mark Sidebottom (Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering) — Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Yoshi Tomoyasu (Biology) — Research Graduate Assistantship
  • Christopher Wolfe (Psychology) — Summer Research Appointment, Grant to Promote Research

Updated January 24 to include the number of proposals received by CFR in 2019-2020.

Handshake image by By Grey Geezer via Wikimedia Commons. Congratulations candy image by Eduardo Sánchez via Flickr.  Both used under Creative Commons license.

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Deadlines for 2019-2020 internal funding programs announced

An antique clock face. The Roman numerals IX, X, XI, and XII are visible. The hands of the clock indicate the time is 9:53.

University Senate charges the Committee on Faculty Research (CFR) with supporting and encouraging the development of research and creative activity at Miami University. In carrying out this charge, the CFR administers programs that support and celebrate faculty research and creative activities. Application to these programs is made through OARS. The CFR Program Guidelines provide information, eligibility criteria, and application procedures for these programs.

Faculty Research Grants Program

The Faculty Research Grants Program encourages proposals addressing new avenues of research and scholarship either for the investigator or for the institution, initiating new projects and pilot studies, or testing novel or transformative research/creative ideas.

The deadline for applying for the Faculty Research Grants Program is 5:00 p.m. Friday, October 18, 2019. Awards are generally announced in mid-December.

Distinguished Scholar & Junior Faculty Scholar Awards

The Distinguished Scholar and Junior Faculty Scholar Awards programs celebrate the accomplishments of outstanding Miami researchers each year. Exemplary Miami faculty members are nominated by their peers to be recognized for superior research and scholarly activities. The deadline for OARS to receive nominations for the Distinguished Scholar and Junior Faculty Scholar Awards is Friday, December 6, 2019.

Publication, Reprint, Exhibition, & Performance Costs (PREP) Program

In addition to these faculty recognition programs, the CFR oversees the Publication, Reprint, Exhibition, and Performance Costs (PREP) Program, which provides reimbursement for certain costs associated with research and creative activity. PREP applications may be submitted at any time during the year.

The Committee invites you to apply for support from these CFR programs and to nominate colleagues you believe are qualified for the Distinguished Scholar Award. Degree and rank at the date of application shall determine eligibility. The Committee encourages proposals from all disciplines and campuses at Miami University.

Programmatic questions may be directed to Po-Chang Chen, 2019-2020 CFR Chair (513-529-2261). Administrative questions may be directed to OARS (513-529-3600).


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Josh Magee, flanked by Provost Phyllis Callahan and President Greg Crawford, poses with a plaque commemorating his Distinguished Junior Faculty Scholar Award.

Distinguished Scholar and Junior Faculty Scholar awards announced

Daisy Hernández, flanked by Provost Phyllis Callahan and President Greg Crawford, poses with a plaque commemorating her Distinguished Junior Faculty Scholar Award.
Daisy Hernández (center), assistant professor of English, is one of three researchers named as Miami University Distinguished Junior Facuty Scholars for 2018-2019. She is pictured with Miami University provost Phyllis Callahan (left) and president Greg Crawford (right).

Miami University Distinguished Scholar Awards for 2019 have been presented to Mike Brudzinski, professor of geology and environmental earth science; Kevin Bush, professor of family science and social work and associate dean in the College of Education, Health, & Society; and Stephen Norris, Walter E. Havighurst Professor of history.

Distinguished Scholar Awards honor faculty whose sustained excellence in research or other creative activity has brought them prominence in their fields.

Miami University Junior Faculty Scholar Awards have been presented to Zhijiang Ye, assistant professor of mechanical and manufacturing engineering; Josh Magee, assistant professor of psychology; and Daisy Hernández, assistant professor of English.

Junior Faculty Scholar Awards honor faculty who have demonstrated great potential in research or artistry and have achieved significant standing in their fields. Candidates for the Junior Faculty Scholar Award must have received their highest degree no more than eight years before the time of nomination.

The scholars, named by the committee on faculty research, each receive a $2,000 grant for the pursuit of further research.

They were honored at the University Awards Reception March 19.


Photos of  Joshua Magee and Daisy Hernández  by Jeff Sabo, Miami University Photo Services.

A foil-wrapped Hershey's kiss sits in the spotlight on a dark woodgrain table. The "flag" sticking out of the wrapper reads "Congratulations." There are empty, crumpled-up Hershey's Kiss wrappers scattered around the still-wrapped Kiss.

CFR Faculty Research Grant recipients announced

Two hands clasping each other, as though shaking in greeting, are reverse embossed on a rusty metal surface. The metal surface is painted a green-blue that seems to be wearing off in places, where the rust is taking over. The hands are encircled by a raised metal ring that has metal rivets at the 12-, 3-, 6-, and 9-o'clock positions.

The University Senate Committee on Faculty Research (CFR) Faculty Research Grants Program awards three types of funding — summer research appointments, research graduate assistantships, and grants to promote research. Proposals are due annually during fall semester, with awards typically announced during J-term.

For 2018-2019, CFR received a total of 76 proposals and funded 30. Congratulations to the following recipients:

  • Rob Baker (Biology) — Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Michelle Boone (Biology) — Grant to Promote Research
  • Kristy Brann (Educational Psychology) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Jana Braziel (Global & Intercultural Studies) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Michael Brudzinski (Geology & Environmental Earth Science) — Grant to Promote Research
  • Kristen Budd (Sociology & Gerontology) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Hannah Chapman (Political Science) — Summer Research Appointment and Grant to Promote Research
  • Yu-Fang Cho (English) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Luigi Corti (Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering) — Grant to Promote Research
  • Matthew Crain (Media, Journalism, & Film) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Anna Ghazaryan (Mathematics) –Summer Research Appointment and Research Graduate Assistantship
  • Mariana Ivanova (German, Russian, Asian, & Middle Eastern Languages & Cultures) — Summer Research Appointment and Grant to Promote Research
  • Tereza Jezkova (Biology) –Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Anna Klosowska (French & Italian) — Grant to Promote Research
  • Andrea Kravats (Chemistry & Biochemistry) –Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Abigail Matthews (Political Science) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Analisa Packham (Economics) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Trace Poll (Speech Pathology & Audiology) — Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Vaishali Raval (Psychology) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Vaskar Raychoudhury (Computer Science & Software Engineering) — Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Hang Ren (Chemistry & Biochemistry) — Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Ganiva Reyes (Teacher Education) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Justin Saul & Jason Berberich (Chemical, Paper, and Biomedical Engineering) –Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Stephen Siff (Media, Journalism, & Film) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Jessica Sparks (Chemical, Paper, & Biomedical Engineering) — Grant to Promote Research
  • Celilia Suhr (Humanities & Creative Arts) — Grant to Promote Research
  • David Tierney (Chemistry & Biochemistry) — Research Graduate Assistantship
  • Audrey Wasser (French & Italia) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Amy Yousefi (Chemical, Paper, & Biomedical Engineering) — Research Graduate Assistantship

Handshake image by By Grey Geezer via Wikimedia Commons. Congratulations candy image by Eduardo Sánchez via Flickr.  Both used under Creative Commons license.

Road signs representing money ahead. A diamond-shaped, yellow caution sign has a $ printed on it and sits atop a square yellow information sign with the word "MONEY" printed on it.

Deadlines for 2018-2019 internal funding programs announced

An antique clock face. The Roman numerals IX, X, XI, and XII are visible. The hands of the clock indicate the time is 9:53.

University Senate charges the Committee on Faculty Research (CFR) with supporting and encouraging the development of research and creative activity at Miami University. In carrying out this charge, the CFR administers programs that support and celebrate faculty research and creative activities. Application to these programs is made through OARS. The CFR Program Guidelines provide information, eligibility criteria, and application procedures for these programs.

Faculty Research Grants Program

The Faculty Research Grants Program encourages proposals addressing new avenues of research and scholarship either for the investigator or for the institution, initiating new projects and pilot studies, or testing novel or transformative research/creative ideas.

Continuing in 2018-2019: In keeping with broader university-wide diversity and inclusion efforts, a portion of available funds will be reserved for research, scholarship, or creative activities in the areas of social justice, human rights, diversity, and inclusion. Proposals in these areas must address a scholarly question that will lead to testable objectives or measurable outcomes. Regular eligibility criteria and applications procedures, as outlined in the CFR Program Guidelines, apply.

The deadline for applying for the Faculty Research Grants Program is 5:00 p.m. Friday, October 19, 2018. Awards are generally announced in mid-December.

Distinguished Scholar & Junior Faculty Scholar Awards

The Distinguished Scholar and Junior Faculty Scholar Awards programs celebrate the accomplishments of outstanding Miami researchers each year. Exemplary Miami faculty members are nominated by their peers to be recognized for superior research and scholarly activities. The deadline for OARS to receive nominations for the Distinguished Scholar and Junior Faculty Scholar Awards is Friday, December 7, 2018.

Publication, Reprint, Exhibition, & Performance Costs (PREP) Program

In addition to these faculty recognition programs, the CFR oversees the Publication, Reprint, Exhibition, and Performance Costs (PREP) Program, which provides reimbursement for certain costs associated with research and creative activity. PREP applications may be submitted at any time during the year.

The Committee invites you to apply for support from these CFR programs and to nominate colleagues you believe are qualified for the Distinguished Scholar Award. Degree and rank at the date of application shall determine eligibility. The Committee encourages proposals from all disciplines and campuses at Miami University.

Programmatic questions may be directed to Po-Chang Chen, 2018-2019 CFR Chair (513-529-2261). Administrative questions may be directed to OARS (513-529-3600).


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Qihou Zhou and Greg Crawford pose with the plaque commemorating Zhou's Distinguished Scholar Award.

Distinguished Scholar and Junior Faculty Scholar awards announced

Greg Crawford and Lisa Ellram pose with the plaque commemorating Ellram's Distinguished Scholar Award.
Lisa Ellram (right), Rees Distinguished Professor of Management, is one of two researchers named as Miami University Distinguished Scholars for 2017-2018. She is pictured with Miami University president Greg Crawford.

Miami University Distinguished Scholar Awards for 2018 have been presented to Qihou Zhou, professor and chair of electrical and computer engineering and Lisa Ellram, Rees Distinguished Professor of management.

Distinguished Scholar Awards honor faculty whose sustained excellence in research or other creative activity has brought them prominence in their fields.

Miami University Junior Faculty Scholar Awards have been presented to Dominik Konkolewicz, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry and Bob De Schutter, C. Michael Armstrong Assistant Professor of interactive media studies and the College of Education, Health, and Society.

Junior Faculty Scholar Awards honor faculty who have demonstrated great potential in research or artistry and have achieved significant standing in their fields. Candidates for the Junior Faculty Scholar Award must have received their highest degree no more than eight years before the time of nomination.

The scholars, named by the committee on faculty research, each receive a $2,000 grant for the pursuit of further research.

They were honored at the University Awards Reception April 18.


Photos of Qihou Zhou and Lisa Ellram by Ricardo Trevino, Miami University Photo Services.

A foil-wrapped Hershey's kiss sits in the spotlight on a dark woodgrain table. The "flag" sticking out of the wrapper reads "Congratulations." There are empty, crumpled-up Hershey's Kiss wrappers scattered around the still-wrapped Kiss.

2017-2018 CFR Faculty Research Grant recipients announced

Two hands clasping each other, as though shaking in greeting, are reverse embossed on a rusty metal surface. The metal surface is painted a green-blue that seems to be wearing off in places, where the rust is taking over. The hands are encircled by a raised metal ring that has metal rivets at the 12-, 3-, 6-, and 9-o'clock positions.

The University Senate Committee on Faculty Research (CFR) Faculty Research Grants Program awards three types of funding — summer research appointments, research graduate assistantships, and grants to promote research. Proposals are due annually during fall semester, with awards typically announced during J-term.

For 2017-2018, CFR received a total of 62 proposals and funded 29. Congratulations to the following recipients:

  • David Berg (Biological Sciences) — Grant to Promote Research
  • Dawn Blitz (Biology) — Grant to Promote Research
  • Per Boland (Music) — — Grant to Promote Research
  • James Chagdes (Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering) — Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Bob De Schutter (College of Education, Health, and Society) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Anne Dell’Aria (Art) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Jason Gaddis (Mathematics) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Thomas Garcia (Music) — Grant to Promote Research
  • Jessica Gordon-Burroughs (Spanish and Portuguese) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Kerry Hegarty (Media, Journalism, and Film) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Michael Hicks (Philosophy) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Muhammad Jahan (Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering) — Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Cynthia Klestinec (English) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Wei Liu (Chemistry and Biochemistry) — Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Jessica McCarty-Kern (Geography) — Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Timothy Melley (English) — Summer Research Appointment and Grant to Promote Research
  • Elaine Miller (Philosophy) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Arnold Olszewski (Speech Pathology and Audiology) — Summer Research Appointment and Grant to Promote Research
  • Zafer Ozdemir (Information Systems and Analytics) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Rosemary Pennington (Media, Journalism, and Film) — Summer Research Appointment
  • Anna Radke (Psychology) — Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Xin Wang (Microbiology) — Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research
  • Craig Williamson (Biology) — Research Graduate Assistantship
  • Zhijiang Ye (Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering) — Summer Research Appointment and Research Graduate Assistantship
  • Jon Yamashiro (Art) — Grant to Promote Research
  • Ellen Yezierski (Chemistry and Biochemistry) — Research Graduate Assistantship and Grant to Promote Research
  • Mehdi Zanjani (Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering) — Summer Research Appointment, Research Graduate Assistantship, and Grant to Promote Research

Handshake image by By Grey Geezer via Wikimedia Commons. Congratulations candy image by Eduardo Sánchez via Flickr.  Both used under Creative Commons license.

Road signs representing money ahead. A diamond-shaped, yellow caution sign has a $ printed on it and sits atop a square yellow information sign with the word "MONEY" printed on it.

Deadlines for 2017-2018 internal funding programs announced

An antique clock face. The Roman numerals IX, X, XI, and XII are visible. The hands of the clock indicate the time is 9:53.

University Senate charges the Committee on Faculty Research (CFR) with supporting and encouraging the development of research and creative activity at Miami University. In carrying out this charge, the CFR administers programs that support and celebrate faculty research and creative activities. Application to these programs is made through OARS. The CFR Program Guidelines provide information, eligibility criteria, and application procedures for these programs.

Faculty Research Grants Program

The Faculty Research Grants Program encourages proposals addressing new avenues of research and scholarship either for the investigator or for the institution, initiating new projects and pilot studies, or testing novel or transformative research/creative ideas.

New for 2017-2018: In keeping with broader university-wide diversity and inclusion efforts, a portion of available funds will be reserved for research, scholarship, or creative activities in the areas of social justice, human rights, diversity, and inclusion. Proposals in these areas must address a scholarly question that will lead to testable objectives or measurable outcomes. Regular eligibility criteria and applications procedures, as outlined in the CFR Program Guidelines, apply.

The deadline for applying for the Faculty Research Grants Program is 5:00 p.m. Friday, October 20, 2017. Awards generally are announced in mid-December.

Distinguished Scholar & Junior Faculty Scholar Awards

The Distinguished Scholar and Junior Faculty Scholar Awards programs celebrate the accomplishments of outstanding Miami researchers each year. Exemplary Miami faculty members are nominated by their peers to be recognized for superior research and scholarly activities. The deadline for OARS to receive nominations for the Distinguished Scholar and Junior Faculty Scholar Awards is Friday, March 2, 2018.

Publication, Reprint, Exhibition, & Performance Costs (PREP) Program

In addition to these faculty recognition programs, the CFR oversees the Publication, Reprint, Exhibition, and Performance Costs (PREP) Program, which provides reimbursement for certain costs associated with research and creative activity. PREP applications may be submitted at any time during the year.

The Committee invites you to apply for support from these CFR programs and to nominate colleagues you believe are qualified for the Distinguished Scholar Award. Degree and rank at the date of application shall determine eligibility. The Committee encourages proposals from all disciplines and campuses at Miami University.

Programmatic questions may be directed to Martin Johnson, 2017-2018 CFR Chair (513-785-3273). Administrative questions may be directed to OARS (513-529-3600).


Money ahead image by 401(K) 2012 via Flickr. Antique clock image by Cindy Schultz via Flickr. Both used under Creative Commons license.