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Students present about 2022 summer research projects

Students participating in the 2022 Summer Research Program presented the results of eight weeks’ worth of lab work, cultural and psychological studies, and environmental research today.

Their projects included:

Ranger Kinney ’24 and Selda Altan, history professor: Pearl S. Buck and U.S.-China Relations During the Second World War

Haley Mundy ’23, Hanan Davis ’23, and Sara Beck, psychology professor: Conversations from Arendelle: How do children construct musical meaning in a narrative, multimedia context? 

Isabel Stephens ’23, Lily Tacke ’23, and Stephanie Earl, theatre professor: Performing Shakespeare: Investigating Extreme Casting and Shakespeare’s Staging Conditions 

Mengna Zhao ’23 and Jennifer Gauthier, media and culture professor: No Longer Invisible: Shining a Spotlight on Asian-American Filmmakers 

Jacqueline Clardy-Josephs ’23 and Blair Gross, psychology professor: Embodied Cognition: Morality and Risk-Taking

Marcela Izquierdo Poza ’24, Cristina Llongeras ’23, and Peter Sheldon, the Charles A. Dana Professor of Physics & Engineering: Investigating Navigation Using Smartphone Sensors

Isaac Carney ’24 and Sarah Sojka, physics and environmental studies professor: Finding generalized relationships for the financial benefits of rainwater harvesting

Valentina Santos ’24, Jedi Kauanui ’23, and Sojka: Using spectral signatures to study benthic microalgal communities

Gabe Quintero ’23, Olivia Richards ’23, and Karin Warren, the Herzog Family Professor of Environmental Studies and Science: Old-growth forest assessment and carbon storage estimation methods with the 500-Year Forest Foundation 

Hannah Cloven ’24, Eva Pontius ’23, and Warren: Climate-resilient urban food forests to address climate vulnerability, food insecurity, and inequitable heat risks in Lynchburg, VA 

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