McDonough School's Dr. Lynn Doran Receives Economic Assessment Grant from NIST

October 11, 2005

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McDonough School's Dr. Lynn Doran Receives Economic Assessment Grant from NIST

Washington, DC - October 12, 2005 - McDonough School of Business Professor of the Practice Lynn Lanz Doran has been awarded a $38, 800 grant on behalf of the Capital Markets Research Center at Georgetown University. The grant was awarded by the Economic Assessment Office of the Advanced Technology Program of the National Institutes of Standards and Technology (NIST), and will be used to fund research papers on capital markets by faculty members of the McDonough School of Business. To learn more about the Capital Market Research Center, visit www.msb.edu/prog/cmrc.

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