Five University of Scranton Faculty Receive Intersession Grants

12/17/12

Five members of The University of Scranton faculty and staff have been awarded development intersession grants for January 2013.

George J. Aulisio received a grant to research “Sudden Selector’s Guide to Philosophy.” Aulisio is an assistant librarian of the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Memorial Library.

Linda Ledford-Miller, Ph.D., received a grant to study “Robert Downey, Jr. as Detective: Sherlock Holmes Redux.” Dr. Ledford-Miller is a professor of world languages and cultures.

Jessica M. Nolan, Ph.D., received a grant for “A New Perspective on Social Norms.” Dr. Nolan is an assistant professor of psychology.

David A. Rusak, Ph.D., received a grant to research “Diagnosing Human Zinc Deficiency with Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy of Fingernail Clippings.” Dr. Rusak is an associate professor of chemistry.

Janice Voltzow, Ph.D., received a grant to study “Endoscopy of the Mantle Cavities of Abalone.” Dr. Voltzow is a professor and the department chair of biology. 


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