Faculty-Student Collaborative Scholarship

 

Outcomes: Summer Scholars Program

Summer Scholars 2010

Student Faculty Member Project Title and Link to Description
Peter Brasdovich Dr. Tom Sutton

A Critical Analysis of the "End of Fed" Movement

Abstract

Tessa Cardoza Dr. Aries Cobb

Using Computer Assisted Instruction and Cooperative Learning to Increase the Reading Achievement of Disadvantaged Grade 8 Students

Abstract

Molly Gabriel Dr. Sharon Kubasak Pilgram's Process: Eye Contact with God Across Europe
Charisse Harris Steve Ziebarth

Public Space as Playground: A Critical Approach to the Consumption of Public Space

Abstract

Madeline Healey Dr. Dick Garner

History in Performance: the transcription and performance of a cantata by Georg Philipp

Abstract

Jessica McClarren Dr. Diana Barko

Expression and purification of recombinant Peptidyl Arginine Deiminase from Danio rerio

Abstract

Jessica Poiner Dr. Ana de Freitas Boe

The Consequences of Beauty in the Novels of Frances Burney

Abstract

 

Summer Scholars 2009

Student
 

Faculty Member

Project Title and Link to Description

Ashley DiGregorio

Dr. Nancy Wurzel
 
Vladimir Nabokov: Creating worlds through art and imagination in the American novels
Final Project Essay
Alice Dobrie
 
Ms. Beth Hiser
 
An Optical Theremin
Theremin Powerpoint
Sarah Friedmann
 
Dr. Javier Morales-Ortiz
 
Sarko I'Americain ou le Rol Soleil? Evaluating post-Cold War French-Mediterranean relations using the level of analysis approach
Project Powerpoint 
Holly Hubbard
Dr. Carol Gregory
 
CSI: The Movie
Emily Mastroianni
 
Dr. Deb Esty
 
Abstract  Latina womens' experiences with intimate partner violence and their mental health. Examining coping and ethnic identity as moderators
Final Project Poster
Nicholas Meloro
 
Dr. Michael Dolzani
 
The Post-Europe Cigarette: A Graphic Novel
Walter Plummer
 
Dr. Ana de Frieitas Boe
 
Popular conceptions of the sublime in eighteenth century Britain
Unit outline to teach students about the sublime
Megan Post
 
Dr. Michael Melampy
 
An investigation of the indirect effects of deer browsing on the pollination and reproduction of the Mayapple
Final Project Poster 
Alanna Roark
 
Dr. Jaimy Lekan
 
The impact of interactive gaming on motor development and energy expenditure in children
Project Powerpoint 

View previous faculty-student collaborative projects.

 


Certain cells of the fetal rat brain receive a signal telling them to self-destruct ( a process called apoptosis). This image shows 3 such cells (in the circle) that are in the apoptotic process. What is the advantage of such programmed cell death? This is still being explored but we know that apoptosis helps ensure that neurons that are not being used are removed - thus saving precious brain energy. This image was captured by 2005 Summer Scholar Haley Bartholomew working in Dr. Mickley's laboratory.

 

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