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Skidmore College
Dean of the Faculty/Vice President for Academic Affairs

1996 Project Summary

For summer 1996, there are 12 students and 12 faculty members working on 12 different projects. Zero faculty members are involved with multiple projects.

Discipline Number of Projects
Biology 1
Chemistry and Physics 1
Classics 1
Economics 1
English 1
Geology 1
Physical Education and Dance 1
Psychology 3
Sociology, Anthropology & Social

TOTAL: 9 disciplines, 4 math/natural science

List of Projects:

Paul Arciero, Physical Education
Danielle Bartholomew '98
Ethnic Differences in Energy Expenditure, Lipolysis, Blood Pressure, and Mood State in Older Women Following Caffeine Ingestion

Michael Arnush, Classics
Danny Williams '97
Virtual Athens Project: Phase I

Susan Bender, Sociology, Anthropology & Social Work
Jackie Abodeely '97
Historical Dimensions of High Rock Springs

Dave Burrows, Psychology
Shana Pallotta '97
Information Overload & Cognitive Organizations

Thomas Denny, Music
Emily Klavun '98
Joining Voices in a Changing Europe: Group Representations of Power, Values, and Ideas in the Operatic Chorus, 1759-1900

Hugh Foley, Psychology
Jessica Smith '97
The Impact of Presentation Method on Recognition of Faces

Judith Halstead, Chemistry and Physics
Gordon Shaw '97
An Investigation of the Gas Phase PlasmaDry Etching of Metals and Metal Compounds

Holley Hodgins, Psychology
Lisa Korenman '97
The Effects of Emotional Suppression and Personality Reaction to Stress

Regina Janes, English
Eliza Callard '96
Beheadings Among the Moderns

Robert Jones, Economics
Gloribel Cruz '98
Causes and Cures for New York State Recessions

Richard Lindermann, Geology
Dale Robinson '98
Identification and documentation of the Otomari Bioevent in the Middle Devonian of EastCentral New York

Bernard Possidente, Biology
Maritza Martinez '98
A Mouse Model for Identifying Genetic Risk Factors for Manic Depression