David Butler awarded $1 million USM grant
by MBJ Staff
Published: July 19,2013
Dr. David Butler, associate professor in the International Development Doctoral Program at the University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast, will begin a study on health changes following disasters using a $1.3 million grant. It is the largest grant ever received in the university’s College of Arts and Letters.
Additional researchers involved in the Southern Miss grant include Dr. Edward Sayre, associate professor of economics in the Department of Political Science, International Development and International Affairs at Southern Miss; and Dr. Roma Hanks at the University of South Alabama.
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