2013 Summer Student-Faculty Research
Students and faculty have been hard at work this summer on more than 20 research projects funded in part by alumni support and covering fields ranging from microbiology to costume design.
(Web) Sites of Memory
New student-faculty archival project opens opportunities for digital access to a forgotten past.
From Russia With Data
Student-faculty research aims to digitize the Russian-American experience, starting with one immigrant and moving toward them all.
Think About It
Student-faculty research explores animal cognition through the lenses of science and philosophy.
The Physicality of History
lives converge in history through a new student-faculty research project.
Faster, Smarter, Better
Student-faculty research finds ways to build chemical compounds faster and better, with great results.
Daisies and Cancer Research
Myungsun Shin ’14 and Assistant Professor of Chemistry Rebecca Connor don’t let their leukemia research take a summer vacation.
Beating the Heat
A hotspot of volcanic activity creates a cool field-research experience in Iceland.
Observations, Calculations and Alterations
Physics professor Catrina Hamilton-Drager and Benjamin Kimock ’15 had to change their course this summer, but the stars soon aligned.
Identification of Proteins Modified by Parthenolide Derivatives in Leukemia Cells
Gregory Gagarin: The Life History of a Russian Émigré
Mechanisms of CD14 Expression
An Investigation of Microwave-acceleration of Sliyl Deprotection Reactions
Ventilatory Changes in Male and Female Mice in Response to Whole Animal Exposure to Carbon Dioxide
Research in Graph Theory
Design and Construction of Costumes for Summer Repertory Season
Analysis of Observations of KH 15D Obtained with the Chandra X-Ray Observatory
How Prior Information and Context Influences Perception
Substance Use and Substance Abuse Recovery in Adolescents and Young Adults
Assistant to the Artistic Director at Pendragon Theatre
Matrix and Polymer Soft-Landing Isolation Studies
Analysis of the Effect of BAG5 Truncation Mutants on Chaperone and Ubiquitin Ligase Activity
Correspondence among African-American Poets, 1960-1980
Assessing the Sonolytic Denaturation of the Enzyme Pepsin A
Patronage, Magazines, and the Economics of Eighteenth-Century Poetry
Carlisle Industrial Indian School Project (2 projects)