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Paluse Faculty Research Grant

Fr. Richard V. Paluse Mission-Related Research Winners


Susan Goldberg, Ph.D., JD, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology
"1,000 Stories Project: A Demonstration of Duquesne University's Distinctive Approach to Community Engagement"

Daniel Lieberfeld, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Graduate Center for Social and Public Policy
"Debating 'Peace versus Justice': East Timor's Bishop Belo and Xanana Gusmao"

Ana Cristina Siqueira, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Management, Palumbo Donahue School of Business
"Improving Lives: Microfinance, Organizations with a Social Mission, and Social Entrepreneurship"

We thank the members of the Committee for their distinguished work and we congratulate our three grantees. We look forward to their presentations in the Paluse Lecture Series and to the future publication of their work.

The Paluse Faculty Research Grant is an important University-wide internal funding opportunity intended to support scholarly research that reflects the mission and identity of Duquesne University.  The grants are open to full-time faculty working in any academic discipline and are intended to lead, at minimum, to publication in a reputable peer-reviewed journal.  Paluse Faculty Grant Awards are typically $5,000.  Up to four grants will be awarded this academic year.


See Past Award Winners and Project Outcomes