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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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Altoona Mirror-David Dausey-Public Health | July 15, 2013

Mercyhurst public health expert David Dausey, Ph.D., is quoted in this Altoona Mirror story about the aftermath of Hamot Medical Center's 2011 merger with UPMC and the fear that the Pittsburgh giant would siphon lots of patients to the big city for care.

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Observer-Reporter-James Adovasio-MAI | July 15, 2013

James Adovasio delivers history of Meadowcroft Rockshelter.

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Politico-Mercyhurst Global Intelligence Forum | July 15, 2013

Former FBI Director Louis Freeh spoke in Dungarvan, IE, at the Global Intelligence Forum, hosted July 7-10 by the Institute for Intelligence Studies at Mercyhurst University.

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Vail honored for excellence in sports information | July 15, 2013

Brian Vail of Mercyhurst University earns honors as the 2012-13 Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) Men's Southern Division Sports Information Director of the Year.

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OASIS student cooks up recipe for success | July 02, 2013

Mercyhurst empowers student Kari Birchard to chart culinary career.

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Class 101 graduates from police academy | July 02, 2013

Mercyhurst graduates 31 cadets from its police training academy.

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Bauschard to direct Mercy Center of the Arts | July 01, 2013

Amy Bauschard to head Mercy Center of the Arts.

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Men's rowing poised for Henley | July 01, 2013

Mercyhurst University's four-man boat that traveled across the pond to England to race in the prestigious Henley Royal Regatta won the Reading Town Regatta on Saturday.

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Mercyhurst unveils new academic programs | June 28, 2013

New graduate-level programs help prepare students for ever-changing job market.

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