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More than xxx 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 2022 projects.

John Myles ’24
“Predator–prey relationships and the influence of humans on shorebird nest survival”
Andrea Townsend, associate professor of biology

Yinjia Hou ’24
“The Rising Awareness of Feminism Represented in Chinese Contemporary Music”
Advisor: Zhuoyi Wang, associate professor of East Asian languages and literatures

Emlyn Harris ’23
“Surrealism in Altered Mental States: Migraine Auras, Vertigo, and Disassociation”
Advisor: Anna Huff, assistant professor of digital arts

Kaitlyn Bieber ’23
“The Subarctic Ethic: Understanding the Impact of Dramatic Landscapes on Climate Visions and Values in Southeast Alaska”
Advisor: Aaron Strong, assistant professor of environmental studies

Olivia Chandler ’23
“Realizing Radical Hope in Rural Places: How Tidelines Institute in Alaska Connects Place, Advocacy, and Alternative Environmental Education”
Advisor: Aaron Strong, assistant professor of environmental studies

 

Jason Le ’23
“The Asian American Experience Through Documentary Cinema”
Advisor: Kyoko Omori, associate professor of East Asian languages and literatures (Japanese)

Katharine Jenkinson ’23
“Homegrown: A Narrative Exploration of Community and Environment”
Advisor: Tina Hall, the Christian A. Johnson Excellence in Teaching Professor of Literature and Creative Writing

Abigail Moone ’23
“Homegrown: A Narrative Exploration of Community and Environment”
Advisor: Tina Hall, the Christian A. Johnson Excellence in Teaching Professor of Literature and Creative Writing

Olivia James ’23
“Understanding Language Inequality in Financial Literacy”
Advisor: Rebecca Dyer, visiting assistant professor of psychology

Violet Newhouse ’23
“Youth Political Action in Upstate New York: Why Traditional Institutions are No Longer Enough”
Advisor: Stephen Ellingson, professor of sociology

Lillian Norton-Brainerd ’23
“Mapping the Construct of “Foreign” Food in Grocery Stores”
Advisor: Stina Soderling, the Elihu Root Peace Fund Postdoctoral Fellow and visiting assistant professor of women's and gender studies

Anna O'Shea ’24
“Women Behind Bars: The Potential of Educational Liberation in the Carceral State”
Advisor: Vivyan Adair, professor of women's and gender studies

Madeline Schink ’23
“Medical Women and Reproductive Medicine in Colonial India”
Advisor: Lisa Trivedi, professor of history

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