2010 Summer Honor Research Grants
June 30, 2010
The School of Business has received four prestigious Honors Summer Research Program grants for 2010. The four are among approximately 10 grants awarded university-wide through a competitive process which includes a grant proposal submitted by faculty and student interviews.
"Each student will work six to eight weeks over the summer and at least 280 hours," says Elisah Lewis, director of research and student support services and School's facilitator of the Honors Research Program."
Upon completion of the project and a research paper, each student will receive a $3,000 stipend and three honors credits
This year's recipients are:
Sara Michalski, senior - Mentor Barbara E. Kahn, dean and professor of marketing
Robert Till, junior - Mentor Edward Baker, chair and professor of management science
Katherine Schueller, junior - Mentor Ana Olazabal, associate professor of business law
Andrew Fernandez, junior - Mentor Sundaresh Ramnath, assistant professor of accounting