with Maria Carroll (Chemistry) and Laura Williams (Biology)
Innovation & Creativity Suite, Ruane LL49
This Award is presented to a tenured member of the faculty at Providence College who demonstrates the highest standards in research, scholarship, and contributions to his/her field. Recipients of this award will have made significant contributions to scholarly knowledge and earned the esteem of distinguished colleagues within their field of study.
The term "scholarship" and "scholarly work" is understood in this context to include research, creative works, and other products of scholarly activity. Examples include publications in journals and books (including those works with undergraduates), creative writing, visual arts, composition, artistic performance, awarded external grants/fellowships, and presentations at symposia and conferences.
All full-time, tenured faculty with at least six years of service to Providence College are eligible.
For further information on the selection and award process, CLICK HERE
Please join us in congratulating the following faculty members on their recent research grant awards:
Fr. Nicanor Austriaco, Biology - Characterizing the Abortion Regret of Project Rachel Women: A Pilot Study in the Diocese of Providence - Catholic Medical Association
Dr. Leo Kahane, Economics - State Gun Laws and the Movement of Crime Guns Between States - New Venture Fund
Dr. Seann Mulcahy, Chemistry & Biochemistry - Synthesis of Isomeric Carbolines by Tandem Palladium Catalysis - National Science Foundation (CLICK HERE for recent PC News article)
Dr. Sharon Murphy, History & Classics - Banking on Slavery: Slavery and Finance in the Antebellum American South - National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend