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Study of air quality in Statesboro’s city buildings wins $127,000 innovation grant
Georgia Southern hosts PIN’s 2023 grant ceremony
Courtesy of City of Statesboro City of Statesboro officials and the team of researchers who proposed the study of air quality in the city’s buildings, left to right, Dr. Stacy Smallwood, City Manager Charles Penny, Mayor Pro Tem Shari Barr, Assistant to the City Manager Olympia Gaines, Dr. Jingjing Yin, Dr. Atin Adhikari, Assistant City Manager Jason Boyles and Dr. Anindya Chanda attend the PIN Community Research Grants ceremony at Georgia Southern University on Sept. 6, 2023.
Georgia Southern University hosted this year’s Partnership for Inclusive Innovation, or PIN, statewide ceremony for Community Research Grants.
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