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Intelligence Studies research explores what makes ‘easy questions’ easy | July 16, 2013

In the world of intelligence analysis, the primary goal of most projects is to reduce uncertainty for decision-makers and, so, asking and then answering the right questions can make all the difference.

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Wheaton

Civic Institute releases neighborhood survey | June 07, 2013

The overarching "community concern" of Erie County residents centers on the strength of families and the need to raise children to be good people.

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Erie

Project enhances heritage-based tourism | May 24, 2013

Mercyhurst faculty-student research enlightens tourists on rich history of Forest County.

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Forest county

Boot camp teaches leadership skills | May 14, 2013

Research project by Mercyhurst's Colin Hurley results in new fast-paced leadership program.

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Boot camp

Research leads student to Pittsburgh cemetery | May 09, 2013

Mercyhurst senior Elizabeth Abernathy conducts funerary archaeology research for thesis.

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Abernathy

Jones banishes ‘black box’ effect with new portable spectrometer | May 01, 2013

Chemistry adds new spectrometer to topflight lab equipment.

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Clint Jones

Students showcase research at colloquium | April 17, 2013

Mercyhurst hosts its annual Student Research Colloquium on Wednesday, May 1, from 1-5 p.m. in the student union.

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Christofer Kessler

MAI supports excavation of Old Vero Man site | April 09, 2013

The Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute (MAI) is working with the Old Vero Ice Age Sites Committee (OVIASC) on a strategy to excavate one of the potentially most important Ice Age sites in North America.

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Vero Beach

Grant expands Mercyhurst beach water research at Presque Isle | February 28, 2013

Antifungals, antibacterial soaps, herbicides, artificial sweeteners – they don’t always end up where they were intended. In recent years, researchers at Mercyhurst University have discovered evidence of assorted chemicals in the recreational waters of Lake Erie at Presque Isle State Park and have just announced receipt of a grant to further study these emerging contaminants and their environmental impact.

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Mercyhurst Public Health gets grant for lifelong mobility project | January 03, 2013

The Mercyhurst Institute for Public Health has been awarded a $52,000 grant from the Benter Foundation to continue its “Lifelong Mobility” project in central Mexico.

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