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Dean of the Faculty/Vice President for Academic Affairs

1998 Project Summary

For summer 1998, there are 12 students and 10 faculty members working on 12 different projects. Two faculty members are involved with multiple projects.

Discipline Number of Projects
American Studies 1
Biology 4
Business 1
Chemistry and Physics 4
Psychology 1

Sociology, Anthropology and Social


TOTAL: 6 disciplines, 3 math/natural science

List of Projects:

Catherine Berheide, Sociology, Anthropology & Social Work
Lani Radack '99
An Analysis of Men's Roles in Neglectful Families

Corey R. Freeman-Gallant, Biology
David Vogel '99
Kate Thomas '99
Genetic Population Structure in Savannah Sparrows (Passerculuc sandwichensis) at Small Geographic Scales

Steven Frey, Chemistry and Physics
Michelle D. Ritorto '99
Synthetic Modeling of Dinuclear Hydrolase Enzymes

Grant Gutheil, Psychology
Rebecca Freedman
Preschoolers' Understanding of Individual Identity

James J. Kennelly, Business
Yang Wang '99
A sense of Place: Business Enterprises and their Rootedness in Community

Bernard Possidente, Biology
Mackenzie Evangelist '98
Is there a Circadian Rhythm for Fertility in Fruit flies?

Bernard Possidente, Biology
Brooke Miller '99
Effects of Androgenic Steroids on Rat Circadian Rhythms

Steven Tysoe, Chemistry and Physics
Roni Kopelman '00
A Novel Approach to Attachment of Organometallic Probes to Nucleic Acids

Steven Tysoe, Chemistry and Physics
Michael Tapella '00
Use of Ru(II) Complexes as Biological Stains

Joanna Zangrando, American Studies
Krista Senator '99
The Search for Helen Campbell, Writer, Reformer, Home Economics Pioneer