• Religious Studies Professor Explores Black Women, Faith and Sexuality in New Book ATLANTA—Religious Studies Assistant Professor Monique Moultrie’s upcoming book was initially based on her dissertation, an analysis of televangelist Juanita Bynum’s No More Sheets sermon. After conducting a series of interviews with Black single, Christian women across the South, however, the book quickly morphed into something much larger in scope. The post Religious Studies Professor Explores Black Women, Faith and Sexuality in New Book appeared first on News Hub.
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  • Neuroscience Professor Chassaing Receives $100,000 Innovator Award ATLANTA—Dr. Benoit Chassaing of Georgia State University's College of Arts and Sciences has received a $100,000 Innovator Award from the Kenneth Rainin Foundation, part of $3 million awarded for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) research. The post Neuroscience Professor Chassaing Receives $100,000 Innovator Award appeared first on News Hub.
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