NSF recruits Salve Regina professor to two-year director position

J.D. SWANSON, right, associate professor of biology and biomedical sciences at Salve Regina University, works with a student in one of the university’s labs. / COURTESY SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY
J.D. SWANSON, right, associate professor of biology and biomedical sciences at Salve Regina University, works with a student in one of the university’s labs. / COURTESY SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY
NEWPORT – J.D. Swanson, a Salve Regina University professor of biology and biomedical sciences, was hired by the National Science Foundation for a two-year, rotational program director position, according to a mid-November statement by the school. The work of the NSF, said Swanson in a statement, is “incredibly important to the nation’s economy” and looks…

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