Seton Hall University

2022 University Research Council  

Science ResearchThe Office of Grants and Research Services is pleased to announce the list of recipients for the 2022 University Research Council award cycle. Thirteen awards are being made from a very competitive pool of applications. We would also like to thank the faculty members of this year's Council for their attentiveness and diligence during the review of this year's applications.

Congratulations!

"Contested Sovereignty as a Resource: De facto States, Borders, Natural Resources and Conflict Protraction"
Margarita Balmaceda, PhD
School of Diplomacy and International Relations

"School Turnaround in New Jersey Under the Every Student Succeeds Act"
Jason Burns, PhD
Department of Education, Leadership, Management and Policy, College of Education and Human Services

"Self-care among U.S. Latinx/Hispanic Frontline Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic"
Michelle D’Abundo, PhD
Department of Interprofessional Health Sciences and Health Administration, School of Health and Medical Sciences

"Scripture Citations in 100 Jewish and Christian Theological Reflections on the Holocaust"
Gregory Glazov, PhD
Department of Biblical Studies, Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology

"On Being a Nervous Nelly: A Balanced Exploration of Anxiety's Workplace Outcomes"
Manuel Gonzalez, PhD
Department of Education, Leadership, Management and Policy, College of Education and Human Services

"Colonialism and Capital: Albert Gallatin and Political Economy from Atlantic Revolutions to Manifest Destiny"
Sean Harvey, PhD
Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences

"The Effect of Combined Cerebellar and Spinal Direct Current Stimulation on Improving Walking in People with Stroke"
Jui-Te Lin, PhD and Lauren Snowdon, PT, DPT, EdD
Department of Physical Therapy, School of Health and Medical Sciences

"Harvesting the Treasures of Contemplative Christianity for Contemporary Catholic Education"
Patrick Manning, PhD
Department of Pastoral Theology, Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology

"Whistle Stop: Kenny Dorham's American Journey"
Robert Pallitto, PhD, JD
Department of Political Science and Public Affairs, College of Arts and Sciences

"Next Generation Thin Film Solar Cells: Improving Photovoltaic Conversion Efficiency by Nanoparticle Inclusions"
Mehmet Sahiner, PhD
Department of Physics, College of Arts and Sciences

"Modelling of Drug Resistance Incorporating the Role of a Biomarker"
Mitra Shojania-Feizabadi, PhD
Department of Physics, College of Arts and Sciences

"Tracking Performance of Crypto Currency Funds"
Hongfei Tang, PhD, CFA
Department of Finance, Stillman School of Business

"Not to Be: On the Badness of Death"
Travis Timmerman, PhD
Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences

Categories: Research

For more information, please contact:

  • Bernadette McVey
  • (973) 761-9655
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