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Professor Mary Graham Receives Graham Faculty Research Award
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Mary E. Graham of Canton, professor of organizational studies at Clarkson University's School of Business, was awarded the John W. Graham Jr. Faculty Research Award during the 110th commencement ceremony held May 11.
Created in 1974 by the family of the late John W. Graham Jr., president of Clarkson University from 1966-74, this $1,500 award is presented annually to "a faculty member showing promise in engineering, management, liberal studies or scientific research."
She joined the faculty of the School of Business in 2000 as the Newell Assistant Professor. Last year she was the recipient of the Clarkson University "Outstanding New Teacher Award." Her courses include human resource management, organizational behavior, rewards management and leading organizational change. Graham is also the faculty adviser to Clarkson's student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management. She received tenure and was promoted to associate professor earlier this year.
Graham received her doctoral degree from Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations in 1995. Prior to coming to Clarkson, she was on the faculties of George Washington University and Georgia State University. She has worked as a certified public accountant in New York state and as a legislative aide to Congresswoman Louise Slaughter.
Photo caption: (left to right) Clarkson Professor Mary Graham and Clarkson President Denny Brown.