Smith Faculty Fellowship
The Smith Faculty Fellowship Program serves to support Xavier faculty in scholarly projects that contribute to the Center's intellectual capital on a breadth of interdisciplinary topics impacting society, such as: freedom and individualism, public philosophy, ethics and law; economic and political history, the rule of law, capitalism and collectivism, economic policy and global economic issues.
Smith Faculty Fellows
Dr. David Zoogah, WCB
Studies the performance differences between natural resource cursed countries and natural resource blessed countries.
Dr. Kan Yue, WCB
Studies the relationship between income and world market share.
Dr. Thomas Lebesmuehlbacher, WCB
Studies the medical marijuana laws and the pharmaceutical gifting.
Dr. Paul Collela, CAS
Re-structuring of PHIL-200 for Smith Scholars to a rigorous "tutorials" format patterned after the Oxford model.
ALL FELLOWS 2020 - 2021
|Paul Colella, CAS||Re-structuring of PHIL 200 for Smith Scholars to a rigorous "tutorials" format patterned after the Oxford model||Pedagogical|
|Tom Strunk, CAS||Christian thinkers on the question of social and economic inequality||Research/Scholarship|
|Thomas Lebesmuehlbacher, WCB||Medical marijuana laws and pharmaceutical gifting||Research/Scholarship|
|Michael Sweeney, CAS||Catholic political philosophy and capitalism: a debate between Michael Novak and Patrick Deneen||Research/Scholarship|
|Kan Yue, WCB||The relation between income and world market share||Research/Scholarship|
|David Zoogah, WCB||Performance differences between natural resources cursed countries and natural resource blessed countries||Research/Scholarship|
|Alan Jin, WCB||Coronavirus, global supply chain risks, and mitigation, social media||Research/Scholarship|