Dr. Enrique Mu, MBA and MFF Faculty, Receives Carlow University’s Top Scholarship and Research Award

Enrique Mu, PhD

Dr. Enrique Mu has been awarded the Dorothy Cochrane Award for Excellence in Faculty Scholarship and Research for 2013, the highest level of recognition for faculty scholarship and research at Carlow University. Dr. Margaret McLaughlin, Carlow Provost, highlighted in the award communication letter, that ”[Dr. Mu’s] scholarship in the field of IT and Managerial Decision Making, using the Analytic Hierarchy Process, is an example of the kind of scholarship that this award is meant to recognize.“ The award was presented to Dr. Mu during Carlow’s Honors Convocation on April 18, 2013.

Most remarkable among Dr. Mu’s recent research work has been in the use of decision-making methodologies for eyewitness identification and has been funded by the Geibel Institute of Social Justice as a signature project.  Two conference papers, co-authored with Dr. Rachel Chung, also on the MBA faculty, have been accepted for presentation at the International Symposium of the Analytic Hierarchy Process (ISAHP 2013) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and at the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC X) Conference in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, in summer 2013.

Previously, Dr. Mu’s work with the City of Pittsburgh’s decision on Cloud Technologies  earned him a proclamation from the Mayor of the City, Honorable Luke Ravensthal, who mentioned Dr. Mu’s contribution as key for the City decision. Please join us in applauding Dr. Mu’s achievement being recognized at Carlow University.


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