3.23.15 — The School of Law congratulates our faculty who have been awarded grants by the university for interdisciplinary research in 2015-2016.

Assistant Professor of Law and Health Sciences Leo Beletsky will be on a team analyzing “The Status of Economically and Socially Disadvantaged Groups in the US in an Era of Declining Opportunity.” 

Professor Margaret Burnham will join with a journalism colleague to look at "A Prototype for Crowdsourced Restorative Justice.” 

Visiting Clinical Professor and Director of the Domestic Violence Institute Margo Lindauer will explore  "A Multidisciplinary Collaboration to Test an Innovative Framework for Youth Violence Prediction: A Cognitive, Emotional and Neurobiological Examination of Violent Behavior.” The TIER 1: Seed Grant/Proof of Concept Program is a competitive program that provides funds to support and encourage individual faculty members to form multidisciplinary teams to secure proof of concept, with a goal of successfully competing for future sponsored research opportunities. 

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