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Faculty Receive Summer Grants

The University awarded 2014 Faculty Development Summer Grants to eight professors. Special session faculty development grants are intended to promote scholarship and curriculum development efforts by faculty members. 

Michael Azar, Ph.D., assistant professor of theology/religious studies, received a grant to research “Stereotyping Exegesis: The Johannine Jews in Ancient and Modern Commentary.” 

Robert Giambatista, Ph.D., associate professor of management and marketing, received a grant to study “Advancing Research in Whole Person Learning as a Tool for Behavioral Skill Acquisition.” 

Irene Goll, Ph.D., associate professor of management and marketing, received a grant to research “Foreign Direct Investment, Human Rights and Welfare.” 

Barry Kuhle, Ph.D., assistant professor of psychology, received a grant to research “On the Origin of an Evolution Revolution: The Birth and Rise of an Evolutionary Approach to Human Behavior and Cognition.” 

Matthew Meyer, Ph.D., assistant professor of philosophy, received a grant to research “Nietzsche’s Revaluation of Vales: A Love Story.” 

Eric Plumer, Ph.D., associate professor of theology/religious studies, received a grant to study “To Support the Research and Writing of Two Articles on John Ruskin’s Fors Clavigera.” 

Stephen Whittaker, Ph.D., professor of English and theatre, received a grant to research “Under Waterhouse’s Clock: The Engendering Geometry of Gnomon and Armillary in Joyce’s Forge.” 

Patricia Moyle Wright, Ph.D., associate professor of nursing, received a grant to research “Perinatal and Pediatric Loss.”

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