Past Summer Scholars

2011 Summer Scholars Projects

Maggie Anderson, working with Dr. Heath Brown: The executive office of the president: Analyzing the influence on policy-making

Travis Andrews, working with Dr. Howard Warshawsky: Comparative health care policies in six countries

Marissa Barker, working with Dr. Ken McGraw and Dr. James Hargrove: Identity complex: Poetry and painting in the construction of Scotland

Alston Brown, working with Dr. Len Pysh: DCB and its effect on the cellulose content in the roots of maize and other members of the Poaceae family

Bridget Carey, working with Dr. Whitney Leeson: Archaeology in Salem: The Tanyard House

Virginia Cranwell, working with Dr. Wendy Larson-Harris: Telling tales in school: Oral tradition and its interaction with literature

Jeremy Johnson, working with Dr. Vern Miller: Bisamine boron cations from 1,4-dimethylpiperazine

Anne Kyner, working with Dr. Rama Balasubramanian: Investigation of Mossbauer data from the planet Mars

Kenny Lampert, working with Dr. Chris Lassiter: An androgen receptor: Green florescent protein construct for producing transgenic zebrafish

Amanda Lapham, working with Dr. Mary Henold: The collaboration and clashes between the suffrage and temperance movement in the late 19th and early 20th centuries

Kayla Muncy, working with Dr. Tim Johann: Cloning and characterization of plamepsinX from Plasmodium falciparum

Bryan Piatkowski, working with Dr. DB Poli: Evolution of polar auxin transport in Bryophyte gametophytes

Heather Repass, working with Dr. Gerry McDermott: Freedom or bondage: Jonathan Edwards and Martin Luther on the problem of will

Katherine Thornton, working with Dr. Garry Fleming: The ABCs of IMF

Christian Weisebacher, working with Dr. Mike Heller: Legitimacy and credibility in nonviolent movements

 

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