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Ph.D. Students Receive Grant for Rehab Counseling Project

An idea that arose out of feedback from a series of workshops that focused on promoting employment readiness for students with disabilities earned first-year Ph.D. students Katherine Nieweglowski and Sang Qin a 2018 Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Association research grant. 

 

Business Faculty Paper on Consumer Data and Contested Mergers Accepted for Publication

A draft of the paper, which will appear in the Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, is available here.

 

Bitcoin Paper by Stuart School of Business Faculty Member Accepted for Publication

A draft of the paper, which will appear in Economic Letters, is available here.

Working to Power Up a More Streamlined--and Democratized--Grid System

Illinois Tech’s Max McGraw Endowed Chair of Energy and Power Engineering and Management, Qing-Chang Zhong, received a National Science Foundation grant to further a dramatic idea for a sustainable power grid.

 

Chemistry and Biology Researchers Explore Entropy Through NIH Grant

Teams led by two College of Science faculty members are investigating how to better predict disorder within molecular interactions and using this info to aid in drug discovery.    

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