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More than 120 students spend each summer conducting high-level research with faculty members. The projects span disciplines and include international travel. Select an area of study below to see the 2021 projects.

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anthropology

  • Elizabeth Arnold ’22

    Brothertown Cemetery Project
    Advisor: Colin Quinn, assistant professor of anthropology

  • Zachary Brooks ’24

    Routine Resistance: Archaeological Analysis of Daily Life and Political Transformation at the Tilcajete Sites, Oaxaca, Mexico
    Advisor: Lacey Carpenter, visiting assistant professor of anthropology

  • Philip Chivily ’23

    Roti Project
    Advisor: Mariam Durrani, assistant professor of anthropology

  • Liam Garcia-Quish ’23

    Roti Project
    Advisor: Mariam Durrani, assistant professor of anthropology

  • Michael Ghiorsi ’23

    The discourse of “diversity and inclusion” at predominantly White institutions: An ethnographic exploration
    Advisors: Chaise LaDousa, professor of anthropology; Chenyu Wang, visiting assistant professor of anthropology

  • Alexis Jamaica ’22

    The discourse of “diversity and inclusion” at predominantly White institutions: An ethnographic exploration
    Advisors: Chaise LaDousa, professor of anthropology; Chenyu Wang, visiting assistant professor of anthropology

  • Nina Lissarrague ’22

    The effect of the pandemic on Vermont's bi-partisan anti-vaccination movement
    Advisor: Julie Starr, assistant professor of anthropology

  • Luis Lopez ’24

    Routine Resistance: Archaeological Analysis of Daily Life and Political Transformation at the Tilcajete Sites, Oaxaca, Mexico
    Advisor: Lacey Carpenter, visiting assistant professor of anthropology

  • Ghia Mahi ’22

    The discourse of “diversity and inclusion” at predominantly White institutions: An ethnographic exploration
    Advisors: Chaise LaDousa, professor of anthropology; Chenyu Wang, visiting assistant professor of anthropology

  • Maheen Masoud ’24

    Roti Project
    Advisor: Mariam Durrani, assistant professor of anthropology

  • Janna Perez ’23

    The discourse of “diversity and inclusion” at predominantly White institutions: An ethnographic exploration
    Advisors: Chaise LaDousa, professor of anthropology; Chenyu Wang, visiting assistant professor of anthropology

  • Ravena Pernanand ’21

    Roti Project
    Advisor: Mariam Durrani, assistant professor of anthropology

  • Josue Herrera Rivera ’24

    Routine Resistance: Archaeological Analysis of Daily Life and Political Transformation at the Tilcajete Sites, Oaxaca, Mexico
    Advisor: Lacey Carpenter, visiting assistant professor of anthropology

  • Salwa Sidahmed ’23

    The discourse of “diversity and inclusion” at predominantly White institutions: An ethnographic exploration
    Advisors: Chaise LaDousa, professor of anthropology; Chenyu Wang, visiting assistant professor of anthropology

  • Nandini Subramaniam ’22

    Roti Project
    Advisor: Mariam Durrani, assistant professor of anthropology

  • Huarui Zhang ’23

    The discourse of “diversity and inclusion” at predominantly White institutions: An ethnographic exploration
    Advisors: Chaise LaDousa, professor of anthropology; Chenyu Wang, visiting assistant professor of anthropology

Archaeology

  • Kyle Clark ’21

    Brothertown Cemetery Project
    Advisor: Colin Quinn, assistant professor of anthropology

  • Delia Hoyt ’23

    Archaeological Science Laboratory Research
    Advisor: Colin Quinn, assistant professor of anthropology, and Lacey Carpenter, visiting assistant professor of anthropology

  • Kimmie Johnson ’24

    Archaeological Science Laboratory Research
    Advisor: Colin Quinn, assistant professor of anthropology, and Lacey Carpenter, visiting assistant professor of anthropology

  • Megan Mogauro ’24

    Archaeological Science Laboratory Research
    Advisor: Colin Quinn, assistant professor of anthropology, and Lacey Carpenter, visiting assistant professor of anthropology

  • Daisy Sulavik ’23

    Archaeological Science Laboratory Research
    Advisor: Colin Quinn, assistant professor of anthropology, and Lacey Carpenter, visiting assistant professor of anthropology

  • Molly Symmonds ’23

    Archaeological Science Laboratory Research
    Advisor: Colin Quinn, assistant professor of anthropology, and Lacey Carpenter, visiting assistant professor of anthropology

art

  • Emma Berry ’22

    Doctored Bodies: Reevaluating the Everyday Through Parody and Abjection
    Advisor: Rebecca Murtaugh, the John and Anne Fischer Professor of Fine Arts

  • Malik Irish ’22

    Fantasy World: Living In The System
    Advisor: Ella Gant, professor of art

Asian Studies

  • Jesse Gross ’22

    Contextualizing Nalanda within its Socio-Political Setting
    Advisor: Thomas Wilson, the Bates and Benjamin Professor of Classical and Religious Studies

  • Min Yu Huang ’24

    What is it like to be Asian/American at Hamilton College?
    Advisors: Kyoko Omori, associate professor of Japanese; Steve Yao, professor of literature; Pavitra Sundar, associate professor of literature

  • Nyaari Kothiya ’23

    What is it like to be Asian/American at Hamilton College?
    Advisors: Kyoko Omori, associate professor of Japanese; Steve Yao, professor of literature; Pavitra Sundar, associate professor of literature

  • Allie LeeHoffman ’23

    What is it like to be Asian/American at Hamilton College?
    Advisors: Kyoko Omori, associate professor of Japanese; Steve Yao, professor of literature; Pavitra Sundar, associate professor of literature

  • Jason Le ’23

    What is it like to be Asian/American at Hamilton College?
    Advisors: Kyoko Omori, associate professor of Japanese; Steve Yao, professor of literature; Pavitra Sundar, associate professor of literature

  • Crystal Lin ’22

    What is it like to be Asian/American at Hamilton College?
    Advisors: Kyoko Omori, associate professor of Japanese; Steve Yao, professor of literature; Pavitra Sundar, associate professor of literature

  • Michelle Jiayi Liu ’23

    What is it like to be Asian/American at Hamilton College?
    Advisors: Kyoko Omori, associate professor of Japanese; Steve Yao, professor of literature; Pavitra Sundar, associate professor of literature

  • Rachel Lu ’22

    What is it like to be Asian/American at Hamilton College?
    Advisors: Kyoko Omori, associate professor of Japanese; Steve Yao, professor of literature; Pavitra Sundar, associate professor of literature

  • Maya Nguyen-Haberneski ’23

    What is it like to be Asian/American at Hamilton College?
    Advisors: Kyoko Omori, associate professor of Japanese; Steve Yao, professor of literature; Pavitra Sundar, associate professor of literature

  • Anna Sakamoto ’23

    What is it like to be Asian/American at Hamilton College?
    Advisors: Kyoko Omori, associate professor of Japanese; Steve Yao, professor of literature; Pavitra Sundar, associate professor of literature

  • Khuslen Tulga ’23

    What is it like to be Asian/American at Hamilton College?
    Advisors: Kyoko Omori, associate professor of Japanese; Steve Yao, professor of literature; Pavitra Sundar, associate professor of literature

  • Michelle Zheng ’24

    What is it like to be Asian/American at Hamilton College?
    Advisors: Kyoko Omori, associate professor of Japanese; Steve Yao, professor of literature; Pavitra Sundar, associate professor of literature

biology

  • Sosina Abuhay ’23

    Lead toxicology: a study at the intersections of community health, genetics, reproduction, and behavior.
    Advisor: Rhea Data, assistant professor of biology

  • Sophie Argay ’23

    Advisor: Wei-Jen Chang, professor of biology

  • Jeffrey Bush ’22

    Social behavior and disease in American crows
    Advisor: Andrea Townsend, associate professor of biology, director of environmental studies

  • Jenna Cosby ’23

    Investigation of kinetichore structure and function
    Advisor: Natalie Nannas, assistant professor of biology

  • Ellie Demaree ’22

    Binding sites
    Advisor: Rhea Datta, assistant professor of biology

  • Nicholas Fabrizio ’22

    Investigation of the geochemistry and microbial community diversity in Green Lake
    Advisor: Mike McCormick, associate professor of biology

  • Sophia Ficarro ’22

    Peony Breeding
    Advisor: Wei-Jen Chang, professor of biology

  • Toscana Finke ’22

    Anoxia Tolerance in Turtles
    Advisor: Jaime Mancilla, visiting assistant professor of biology

  • Molly Healey ‘22

    Anoxia Tolerance in Turtles
    Advisor: Jaime Mancilla, visiting assistant professor of biology

  • Eric Hong ’23

    tetrahymena molecular biology
    Advisor: Wei-Jen Chang, professor of biology

  • Sarah John ’24

    Lead toxicology: a study at the intersections of community health, genetics, reproduction, and behavior.
    Advisor: Rhea Data, assistant professor of biology

  • Dylan Koproski ’23

    Lead toxicology: a study at the intersections of community health, genetics, reproduction, and behavior.
    Advisor: Rhea Data, assistant professor of biology

  • Sampson Lamberth ’23

    Separating Transcriptome from host and parasitic cilia
    Advisor: Wei-Jen Chang, professor of biology

  • Jungwon Lee ’24

    Mechanisms of Transcription on Drosophila Melanogaster
    Advisor: Rhea Datta, assistant professor of biology

  • Avery Lum ’22

    Turtle in vitro prep
    Advisor: Jaime Mancilla, visiting assistant professor of biology

  • Subin Myong ’22

    Investigation of kinetichore structure and function
    Advisor: Natalie Nannas, assistant professor of biology

  • Katherine Neilsen ’22

    Crows
    Advisor: Andrea Townsend, associate professor of biology, director of environmental studies

  • Katherine Novak ’22

    Lead Toxicity
    Advisor: Rhea Datta, assistant professor of biology

  • Matthew Prus ’24

    RNA-I in T. thermophila using a bacterial lysis cassette on a vector
    Advisor: Wei-Jen Chang, professor of biology

  • Corey Rundquist ’22

    Investigation of the geochemistry and microbial community diversity in Green Lake
    Advisor: Mike McCormick, associate professor of biology

  • Madeline Vavra ’23

    Social behavior and disease in American crows
    Advisor: Andrea Townsend, associate professor of biology, director of environmental studies

  • Marjorie Wang ’22

    Analysis of mechanisms underlying spatiotemporal dynamics of gene expression
    Advisor: Rhea Datta, assistant professor of biology

  • Noelle Yoo ’23

    Anoxia Tolerance in Turtles
    Advisor: Jaime Mancilla, visiting assistant professor of biology

  • Gabriella Zegarelli ’24

    Social behavior and disease in American crows
    Advisor: Andrea Townsend, associate professor of biology, director of environmental studies

  • Lingli Zou ’22

    Lead toxicology: a study at the intersections of community health, genetics, reproduction, and behavior.
    Advisor: Rhea Data, assistant professor of biology

chemistry

  • Dylan Badillo ’23

    Synthesis and Fluorescence Properties of Rare Earth-Doped Materials
    Advisor: Karen Brewer, the Silas D. Childs Professor in Agricultural Chemistry

  • Arpita Banik ’23

    Developing bench-stable N-quaternized N,O-ketene acetals as versatile reagents for organic synthesis
    Advisor: Max Majireck, associate professor of chemistry

  • Audrey Battiste ’22

    Synthesis and polymerization of a ruthenium singlet oxygen probe
    Advisor: Wesley Kramer, visiting assistant professor of chemistry

  • Sambat Bhandari ’23

    Developing bench-stable N-quaternized N,O-ketene acetals as versatile reagents for organic synthesis
    Advisor: Max Majireck, associate professor of chemistry

  • Isabelle Bote ’22

    Developing bench-stable N-quaternized N,O-ketene acetals as versatile reagents for organic synthesis
    Advisor: Max Majireck, associate professor of chemistry

  • Samantha Brown ’22

    Synthesis and Fluorescence Properties of Rare Earth-Doped Materials
    Advisor: Karen Brewer, the Silas D. Childs Professor in Agricultural Chemistry

  • Stephen Cho ’23

    Bacterial Cell Wall Synthesis
    Advisor: Michael Welsh, assistant professor of chemistry

  • Josephine Chong Foo Yuen ’22

    Development of polymeric material
    Advisor: Wesley Kramer, visiting assistant professor of chemistry

  • Jack Dorsey ’23

    Working to prove that pdAa is what accomplishes the cyclization step in the change in cell wall formation in sporulation
    Advisor: Michael Welsh, assistant professor of chemistry

  • Yasin Haffary ’23

    Developing bench-stable N-quaternized N,O-ketene acetals as versatile reagents for organic synthesis
    Advisor: Max Majireck, associate professor of chemistry

  • Lucy Kiernat ’23

    Total synthesis of bioactive alkaloids
    Advisor: Max Majireck, associate professor of chemistry, director of biochemistry/molecular biology

  • Zoe Krevlin ’22

    Developing bench-stable N-quaternized N,O-ketene acetals as versatile reagents for organic synthesis
    Advisor: Max Majireck, associate professor of chemistry

  • Colin Lawler ’22

    Solar Cells
    Advisor: Wesley Kramer, visiting assistant professor of chemistry

  • Blake Levy ’23

    Bacterial Cell Wall Biosynthesis
    Advisor: Michael Welsh, assistant professor of chemistry

  • Rafael Osella ’23

    Synthesis and Fluorescence Properties of Rare Earth-Doped Materials
    Advisor: Karen Brewer, the Silas D. Childs Professor in Agricultural Chemistry

  • Anastasia Passalaris ’24

    Computational investigations of protein dynamics
    Advisor: Adam Van Wynsberghe, associate professor of chemistry

  • Kathryn Peinkofer ’22

    Photodynamic therapy
    Advisor: Wesley Kramer, visiting assistant professor of chemistry

  • Jorge Perez-Vazquez ’24

    Synthesis and Fluorescence Properties of Rare Earth-Doped Materials
    Advisor: Karen Brewer, the Silas D. Childs Professor in Agricultural Chemistry

  • Caleb Phelan ’22

    Adirondack Acid Rain Study
    Advisor: Adam Van Wynsberghe, associate professor of chemistry

  • Katherine Profy ’24

    Bacterial Cell Wall Biosynthesis
    Advisor: Michael Welsh, assistant professor of chemistry

  • Alex Szyperek ’24

    Total synthesis of bioactive alkaloids
    Advisor: Max Majireck, associate professor of chemistry, director of biochemistry/molecular biology

  • Frank Valoy ’23

    Polymer encapsulation of phthalocyanine catalyst to improve selectivity and activity of the electrocatalytic reduction of CO2
    Advisor: Wesley Kramer, visiting assistant professor of chemistry

  • Allanah Wood ‘22

    Photoredox-Catalyzed Radical Addition to ß-Ester-Substituted a,a-Dinitrile Alkenes
    Advisor: Ian Rosenstein, associate professor of chemistry

classics

  • Jacob Hane ’22

    Conceptualizing the Late Antique Metropolis: Nonnus’ Dionysiaca in Context
    Advisor: Jesse Weiner, Assistant professor of classics

  • Tonwa Hauff ’23

    Exploring the Usage of Ancient Mediterranean Imagery by the Alt-Right
    Advisor: Feltovich, associate professor of classics

Computer Science

  • Mohamed Yassine Dhouib ’24

    Investigations in Data Science
    Advisor: David Perkins, visiting assistant professor of computer science

  • Qianzi Hou ’23

    Genetic Programming for Automatic Program Synthesis
    Advisor: Thomas Helmuth '09, assistant professor of computer science

  • Dara Levy ’23

    Investigations in Data Science
    Advisor: David Perkins, visiting assistant professor of computer science

  • Justin Marler ‘22

    Genetic Programming for Automatic Program Synthesis
    Advisor: Thomas Helmuth '09, assistant professor of computer science

economics

  • Maroun Mezher ’23

    Religion and Real Estate in Lebanon
    Advisor: Mo Alloush, assistant professor of economics

environmental studies

  • Finlay Adamson ’22

    Historical Analysis of American Immigration Detention Through a Focus on Neoliberal Economic Reforms and the Rise of National Security
    Advisor: Priya Chandrasekaran, visiting assistant professor of environmental studies

  • Emily Benson ’23

    Quantifying forest cover and water use on the Hamilton Campus
    Advisor: Heather Kropp, assistant professor of environmental studies

  • Olivia Chandler ’23

    Motivation to Embrace or Escape? A Comparative Look at Two ‘Post-Capitalist’ Communities
    Advisor: Priya Chandrasekaran, visiting assistant professor of environmental studies

  • Andrew Court ’22

    Providing Improved Livelihoods for Muskoka’s Residents and Visitors in the Time of Two Global Crises
    Advisor: Aaron Strong, assistant professor of environmental studies

  • Emory Goodwin ’23

    Development or Decline: Understanding Community Barriers to Solar Expansion in Upstate New York
    Advisor: Aaron Strong, assistant professor of environmental studies

  • Carson Halabi ’22

    Pathways to a Zero Carbon New York: Understanding Solar NIMBYism and Overcoming Barriers to Renewables Deployment
    Advisor: Aaron Strong, assistant professor of environmental studies

  • Madison Hurtgen ’22

    Pathways to a Zero Carbon New York: Understanding Solar NIMBYism and Overcoming Barriers to Renewables Deployment
    Advisor: Aaron Strong, assistant professor of environmental studies

  • Francesca Lanni ’22

    The Implicit and Explicit Relationships between Buddhist Practices and the Climate Crisis
    Advisor: Aaron Strong, assistant professor of environmental studies

  • Madeline Lawson ’22

    Methane Production in Ephemeral Wetlands
    Advisor: Aaron Strong, assistant professor of environmental studies

  • Lillian Norton-Brainerd ’23

    Pathways to a Zero Carbon New York: Understanding Solar NIMBYism and Overcoming Barriers to Renewables Deployment
    Advisor: Aaron Strong, assistant professor of environmental studies

  • Fatima Oliva ’23

    Mapping land cover and forests on the Hamilton Campus
    Advisor: Heather Kropp, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies

  • Owen Routhier ’23

    Protecting Coastal Ecosystems: The Impact of Climate Change on Coastal and Marsh Ecosystems on Cape Cod
    Advisor: Aaron Strong, assistant professor of environmental studies

  • Sean Storr ’22

    Environmental Equity and the Cosmetics Industry: An Intersectional Perspective
    Advisor: Vivyan Adair, professor of women's and gender studies

  • Katie Tanner ’23

    Assessing the impacts of sea level rise on blue carbon stocks
    Advisor: Aaron Strong, assistant professor of environmental studies

  • Gabrielle Venne ’22

    Creating nature based solutions with existing agricultural land in Québec
    Advisor: Aaron Strong, assistant professor of environmental studies

French and Francophone studies

  • Arianna Robertson ’23

    Colonialism and Composition: Exploring How Algerian Women Reclaim the French Language and Culture
    Advisor: Claire Mouflard, assistant professor of French and Francophone studies

Geosciences

  • Nasheley Boursiquot ’22

    Enigmatic ridge structures in Eocene limestone of the Sinn El-Kaddab Plateau, Western Desert, Egypt
    Advisor: Barbara Tewksbury, Upson chair of public discourse, professor of geosciences

  • William Bresnahan ’22

    Analysis of structures in Eocene limestones using high resolution satellite imagery, Sinn El-Kaddab Plateau, Western Desert, Egypt
    Advisor: Barbara Tewksbury, Upson chair of public discourse, professor of geosciences

  • William Bresnahan ’22

    Calibration of pXRF analyses of soils by comparison with WD-XRF analyses
    Advisor: Catherine Beck, associate professor of geosciences and David Bailey, Winslow chair of modern science and professor of geosciences

  • Rachel Brimmer ’23

    Calibrating between XRF methodologies
    Advisor: Catherine Beck, associate professor of geosciences and David Bailey, Winslow chair of modern science and professor of geosciences

  • Sarah Chapman ’22

    Quantifying limits of detection of nitrate and other ions using an ion chromatograph
    Advisor: Todd Rayne, Joel W. Johnson family professor of environmental science

  • Bria Dox ’22

    Quantifying limits of detection of nitrate and other ions using an ion chromatograph
    Advisor: David Bailey, Winslow chair of modern science and professor of geosciences

  • Aidan Leahey ’22

    Training in UAV operations as background for geoarchaeology research on cemeteries of the Brothertown Indians
    Advisor: Barbara Tewksbury, Upson chair of public discourse, professor of geosciences

  • Erin Pimentel ’22

    Characterization of a previously unrecognized patterning in Eocene limestones, Western Desert, Egypt
    Advisor: Barbara Tewksbury, Upson chair of public discourse, professor of geosciences

  • Anika Tullos ’23

    Quantifying limits of detection of nitrate and other ions using an ion chromatograph
    Advisor: Todd Rayne, Joel W. Johnson family professor of environmental science

  • Sara Shedroff ’23

    Calibrating between XRF methodologies
    Advisor: Catherine Beck, associate professor of geosciences and David Bailey, Winslow chair of modern science and professor of geosciences

  • Marcella Winget ’24

    Calibrating between XRF methodologies
    Advisor: Catherine Beck, associate professor of geosciences and David Bailey, Winslow chair of modern science and professor of geosciences

  • Luke Zaelke ’22

    Quantifying limits of detection of nitrate and other ions using an ion chromatograph
    Advisor: David Bailey, Winslow chair of modern science and professor of geosciences

Hispanic studies

  • Tomás Alvarez Perez ’22

    A Revolution for (Not) All the People: the Representation of Homosexuality in Cuban Films
    Advisor: Edna Rodriguez Plate, associate professor of Hispanic studies

history

  • Elizabeth Atherton ’22

    Autonomy through Abortifacients in Colonial Latin America
    Advisor: Mackenzie Cooley, assistant professor of history

  • William Burstein ’24

    Senegal Liberations Project
    Advisor: Rebecca Wall, visiting assistant professor of history

  • Luis Colli ’22

    One Revolution in the Americas
    Advisor: Douglas Ambrose, professor of history

  • Isabelle Crownhart ’23

    Senegal Liberations Project
    Advisor: Rebecca Wall, visiting assistant professor of history

  • John Keirouz ’22

    The Russian Civil War and the Émigré Community
    Advisor: Shoshana Keller, professor of history

  • Eric Kopp ’22

    Unpacking the Imposed: The Colonial Binary, Hijras, Queers, and India
    Advisor: Lisa Trivedi, professor of history

  • Isabella Roselli ’23

    Intersectional Gender Theory Application in Medieval Studies
    Advisor: John Eldevik, associate professor of history

  • Emma Tomlins ’23

    Senegal Liberations Project
    Advisor: Rebecca Wall, visiting assistant professor of history

  • Liam Garcia-Quish ’23

Mathematics

  • Ronan Kudzin ’22

    Optimization
    Advisor: Sally Cockburn, Chair, William R. Kenan Jr. professor of mathematics

music

  • Andrew Little ’22

    Polychromatic Microtonal Music — The Intersection between color and music theory
    Advisor: Ryan Carter, assistant professor of music

Neuroscience

  • Katherine (Kaylee) Davis ’22

    Stress and Emotion Perception
    Advisor: Kelly Faig, visiting assistant professor of psychology

  • Will Kieger ’23

    Stress and Emotion Perception
    Advisor: Kelly Faig, visiting assistant professor of psychology

  • Jennifer Klix ’24

    Correlates of Defensive Self-Esteem
    Advisor: Jennifer L. S. Borton, professor of psychology

  • Grace Kupka ’22

    Correlates of Defensive Self-Esteem
    Advisor: Jennifer L. S. Borton, professor of psychology

  • Jason Ma ’22

    Stress and Emotion Perception
    Advisor: Kelly Faig, visiting assistant professor of psychology

  • Sophie Maniscalco ’23

    Correlates of Defensive Self-Esteem
    Advisor: Jennifer L. S. Borton, professor of psychology

  • Elisa Matson ’23

    Correlates of Defensive Self-Esteem
    Advisor: Jennifer L. S. Borton, professor of psychology

  • Phoebe Parker ’22

    Stress and Emotion Perception
    Advisor: Kelly Faig, visiting assistant professor of psychology

philosophy

  • Dewayne Martin ’24

    Having Our Say: Community Organizing for Youth Empowerment
    Advisor: Todd Franklin, professor of philosophy

physics

  • James Adler ’22

    Organic Photovoltaics — Local Charge Distributions and Efficiency
    Advisor: Kristen Burson, assistant professor of physics

  • Caitlyn Altermatt ’22

    Nano-templating with Quartz Surfaces
    Advisor: Kristen Burson, assistant professor of physics

  • William Crane-Morris ’22

    LEED IV of Silica Films
    Advisor: Kristen Burson, assistant professor of physics

  • Matthew Dioguardi ’22

    Magnetic Gradiometer for Neutron Polarizer Optimization
    Advisor: Brian Collett, professor of physics

  • Matthew Jankowski ’22

    Nanodiamonds
    Advisor: Viva Horowitz, assistant professor of physics

  • Elisabeth Lawrence ’23

    Nano-templating with Quartz Surfaces
    Advisor: Kristen Burson, assistant professor of physics

  • Marvin Lopez Acevedo ’23

    Summer research at the observatory
    Advisor: Adam Lark, assistant professor of instruction

  • Richard McCoy ’23

    Step Up to exoplanet observing with TESS Targets
    Advisor: Adam Lark, assistant professor of instruction

  • Casey McGrath ’23

    Magnetic Gradiometer for Neutron Polarizer Optimization
    Advisor: Brian Collett, professor of physics

  • Clare Nelle ’24

    Horowitz Lab
    Advisor: Viva Horowitz, assistant professor of physics

  • Trevor Scheuing ’23

    Horowitz Lab
    Advisor: Viva Horowitz, assistant professor of physics

  • Merrill Storch ’23

    The Motion of Kilogram-Sized, Solar System Objects within Modified Newtonian Dynamics
    Advisor: Katherine Brown (Jones-Smith), associate professor of physics

  • Shu Xin Wu ’22

    3D Modeling of the Magnetic Field Lines of Black Holes
    Advisor: Megan Marshall Smith, visiting assistant professor of physics

  • Hongyu Zhang ‘24

    IV-LEED Analysis on Silica Bilayer Film
    Advisor: Kristen Burson, assistant professor of physics

Psychology

  • Katherine (Kaylee) Davis ’22

    Stress and Emotion Perception
    Advisor: Kelly Faig, visiting assistant professor of psychology

  • Will Kieger ’23

    Stress and Emotion Perception
    Advisor: Kelly Faig, visiting assistant professor of psychology

  • Jennifer Klix ’24

    Correlates of Defensive Self-Esteem
    Advisor: Jennifer L. S. Borton, professor of psychology

  • Grace Kupka ’22

    Correlates of Defensive Self-Esteem
    Advisor: Jennifer L. S. Borton, professor of psychology

  • Jason Ma ’22

    Stress and Emotion Perception
    Advisor: Kelly Faig, visiting assistant professor of psychology

  • Sophie Maniscalco ’23

    Correlates of Defensive Self-Esteem
    Advisor: Jennifer L. S. Borton, professor of psychology

  • Elisa Matson ’23

    Correlates of Defensive Self-Esteem
    Advisor: Jennifer L. S. Borton, professor of psychology

  • Phoebe Parker ’22

    Stress and Emotion Perception
    Advisor: Kelly Faig, visiting assistant professor of psychology

public policy

  • Keir Adamson ’22

    The Harms of Hydropower: Investigating the Impact of Removing the Four Lower Snake River Dams on Washington State
    Advisor: Rebecca Wall, visiting assistant professor of history

  • Katelyn Perruc ’23

    U.S.-Colombian Foreign Policy Depiction Through the Popular Media
    Advisor: Heather Sullivan, assistant professor of government

  • Nicole Ramirez ’23

    U.S.-Colombian Foreign Policy Depiction Through the Popular Media
    Advisor: Heather Sullivan, assistant professor of government

religious studies

  • John Frank ’24

    Contextualizing Nalanda within its Socio-Political Setting
    Advisor: Abhishek Amar, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

sociology

  • Steven Campos ’22

    Schooling in COVID-Times: How Parents Navigate Schooling Through a Global Pandemic
    Advisor: Mahala Stewart, visiting assistant professor of sociology

  • Kaela Dunne ’22

    Schooling in COVID-Times: How Parents Navigate Schooling Through a Global Pandemic
    Advisor: Mahala Stewart, visiting assistant professor of sociology

  • Caroline Freundel ’24

    Schooling in COVID-Times: How Parents Navigate Schooling Through a Global Pandemic
    Advisor: Mahala Stewart, visiting assistant professor of sociology

  • Shania Kuo ’23

    Schooling in COVID-Times: How Parents Navigate Schooling Through a Global Pandemic
    Advisor: Mahala Stewart, visiting assistant professor of sociology

  • Dawun Smith ’22

    The Heritability of Trauma and Its Social Impact
    Rhea Datta, assistant professor of biology

theatre

  • David Li ’24

    Time(s) Out of Joint: Dramatizing Time Perceived in Social Isolation
    Advisor: Craig Latrell, professor of theatre

  • Hannah Petersen ’22

    Unmasking the Antimasque:’ An Exploration of Alterity in Stuart Court Masques
    Advisor: Jeanne Willcoxon, assistant professor of theatre

women’s and gender studies

  • Emily Fienco ’23

    Recreating and Adapting the Traditional 2000’s “Girls/Boys’” Manual for A New Generation
    Advisor: Max Majireck, associate professor of chemistry

  • Maya Figliuolo ’22

    Recreating and Adapting the Traditional 2000’s “Girls/Boys’” Manual for A New Generation
    Advisor: Max Majireck, associate professor of chemistry

world politics

  • Hana Namkung ’23

    China’s Responses to Financial Crises: The Impact of an Export-Based Economy and China’s Attempts to Escape the Middle-Income Trap Through Domestic Consumption
    Advisor: Alexsia Chan, assistant professor of government

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