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Byline: Bill Schackner
Aug. 11--Even on a liberal arts campus where faculty are known more for teaching than research, you're likely to find scholars who are intent on testing out theories or publishing groundbreaking papers.
That fact isn't lost on Richard G. Jewell, a Pittsburgh lawyer and businessman named last week as president of one such campus, Grove City College.
Faculty there have talked about developing an institute or center that would deal with public policy issues, and Jewell will be exploring whether such an idea is feasible after he takes office early next month.
Such a center would probably apply the school's conservative Christian values to its studies of such issues as the environment, …