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Arnold, B. (2022). Job: An ordinary servant of God. Wipf and Stock Publishers.


Arnold, B., Aronson, A., & Lawall, G. (Eds). (2000). Love and Betrayal: A Catullus Reader. Prentice Hall.


Arnold, B., Aronson, A., & Lawall, G. (Eds). (2011). Love and Betrayal: A Catullus Reader (2nd Edition). Prentice Hall.


Arnold, B., Aronson, A., & Lawall, G. (Eds). (2011). Teacher's Guide. Love and Betrayal: A Catullus Reader (2nd Edition). Prentice Hall.


Lawall, G., Arnold, B., et al. (Eds) (2006). Carpe Diem : A Horace Reader. Prentice Hall.


Lawall, G., Arnold, B., et al. (Eds) (2006). Teacher's Guide. Carpe Diem : A Horace Reader. Prentice Hall.


Arnold, B., Aronson, A., & Lawall, G. (Eds). (2000). Teacher's Guide. Love and Betrayal: A Catullus Reader. Prentice Hall.


Jonathan Ashby received a grant from the Undergraduate Analytical Research Program (UARP) of the Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh (SACP) for the project "Selection of structure-switching aptamers for usage in electrochemical biosensors." The project is for one year.

Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh


Jonathan Ashby received a grant from the Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh (SACP) for their 2020 Pittsburgh Conference Memorial National College Grant (PCMNCG) for the purchase of electrochemical instrumentation for integration into science coursework at Mount Holyoke College.

Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh