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Intersession Grants Awarded to Eight

Eight faculty members of The University of Scranton were awarded development intersession grants for January 2014.

Jeremy Brees, Ph.D., assistant professor of management/marketing, received a grant to research “Understanding How People Perceive Accountability.”

Maureen Carroll, Ph.D., professor of mathematics, received a grant to study “Finite Geometries.”

Arthur Catino, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemistry, received a grant to study “Synthesis of Hexaphenylethane.”

Zachary Huard, Ph.D., visiting assistant professor of physics and electrical engineering, received a grant to research “Cluster Computing.”

Michael Jenkins, Ph.D., assistant professor of criminal justice, received a grant to study “Collective Bargaining Units and Innovation of Policing.”

Erica Lasek-Nesselquist, Ph.D., assistant professor of biology, received a grant to research “Examining Kelptoplastidic Relationships to Understand the Evolution of Endosymbiosis.”

Krzysztof Plotka, Ph.D., associate professor of mathematics, received a grant to research “Lineability of N-to-One Function Within the Classes of Hamel and Sierpinski-Zygmund Functions.”

Edward Scahill, Ph.D., associate professor of economics/finance, received a grant to study “Is the Fed Printing Money?”

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