What is the most important thing consumers should know about making a budget and sticking to it? What is the biggest hurdle to staying on budget?
FACULTY & STAFF More Faculty & Staff News Book Jos Raadschelders, John Glenn School, Public Administration and the Modern State: Assessing Trends and Impact (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), edited by Jesse Paul Lehrke, Eberhard Bohne and John Graham. Grants Ozlem Dogan Ekici, Chemistry, received a $5,708 grant from the Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh. […]
Why are medieval themes so prevalent in today’s popular culture? How do medieval themes affect teaching and research?
FACULTY & STAFF More Faculty & Staff News Books Audrey Begun and Tom Gregoire, Social Work, Conducting Substance Use Research: Pocket Guides to Social Work Research Methods (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014). Stephanie Moulton, John Glenn School, Cultivating Effective Implementation: The Practice of Integrating Policy and Management (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2015), with Jodi […]
FACULTY & STAFF More Faculty & Staff News Grants Yebo Li, Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering, has been awarded a $64,540 grant from the Ohio Soybean Council for “Performance Improvement of PU Foams from Crude Glycerol-Based Polyols for Industrial Spray and Packing Foam Applications.” He also received a $64,857 award to explore “Production of […]
How can spatial interactions give us a clearer picture of China’s environmental issues? Does China have a chance at reversing its effect on the ecosystem?
Are youthful sex offenders dangerous? And how can we stop youth from committing sexual crimes?
FACULTY & STAFF More Faculty & Staff News Books Trevor Brown, John Glenn School, Public-Private Partnerships: Infrastructure, Transportation and Local Services (New York: Routledge Press, 2015), edited with Germà Bel and Rui Cunha Marques. Frank Donoghue, English, The Last Professors: The Corporate University and the Fate of the Humanities, Trans. Korean (New York: […]
How important is cleaning up leaves from your lawn?Are the environmental benefits of removing leaf cover nixed by the energy needed to remove the leaves?
FACULTY & STAFF More Faculty & Staff News Grants Michelle Abate and Sarah Lightner, Teaching and Learning, received a $2,500 American Library Association grant for “Referring Text,” a series of short essays about young adult books for middle school readers. Michael Betz, Human Sciences, received a $10,000 National Institute of Food and Agriculture grant […]