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Research Honors Outstanding Scholarly Publications

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Brian Downes, Ph.D. (left) accepts his award for Outstanding Scholarly Work from Kenneth Olliff, SLU's vice president for research during the inaugural Scholarly Works reception May 2 in Pere Marquette Gallery, DuBourg Hall. Downes was one of six SLU faculty members honored as part of the Office of the Vice President for Research's expanded programs promoting SLU research. Submitted photo

Six SLU faculty members were honored for their outstanding scholarly achievements, with special emphasis placed on exemplary publications, at the first Scholarly Works reception hosted by the Office of Vice President for Research (OVPR). The six winners, drawn from across the University’s research community, received $1,000 and a leather-bound journal during the May 2 event in Pere Marquette Gallery, DuBourg Hall.

The event is part of the University’s promotion of faculty research and innovation through expanding programming under the Office of the Vice President for Research including workshops, guest speakers and other events.

The winners included:

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(Left to right) Brian Downes, Ph.D., Pauline Lee, Ph.D., Phyllis Weliver, Ph.D., Matt Grawitch, Ph.D., Joel Goldstein, Ph.D., and Kenneth Olliff, vice president for research, stand together at the first Scholarly Works reception May 2. The five and Monica Matthieu, Ph.D., (not pictured) were honored for their recent, prestigious publications which ranged from books to journal articles. Submitted photo