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Students present about 2023 Summer Research projects

Gracie Oliver ’25 and Ethan Caldwell ’25 present the results of their Summer Research project.

Students participating in the 2023 Summer Research Program presented the results of their lab work, cultural and psychological studies, and environmental research today.

Their projects included:

Hannah Lambach ’24 and Mara Amster, Charles A. Dana Professor of English: Hero, Desdemona, Imogen . . . and Brett Kavanaugh?: Reading a Supreme Court hearing through a Shakespearean Lens

Aaron Scott ’24 and Emily Yap Chua, Catherine Ehrman Thoresen ’23 and William E. Thoresen Professor of Music: Funnyland: A Song Cycle About the Nature of Performance

Gracie Oliver ’25, Ethan Caldwell ’25, and Erin Heller, biology professor: Ticked-Off: Determining the presence, abundance, and distribution of potentially pathogen-carrying ticks across an urbanized landscape in Lynchburg, VA

Natty Stanley ’25, Maddie Friel ’25, and Ann Fabirkiewicz, Charles A. Dana Professor of Chemistry: Antioxidant Assessment of Wine Constituents

Zach Bishop ’24 and Kaija Mortensen, comparative philosophy professor: A Philosophical Diagnosis and Proposed Methods for Overcoming Challenges to Interfaith Dialogue

Marcela Izquierdo Poza ’24, Angelo De Asis ’26, and Jesse Kern, chemistry professor:Drone–drone collisions over Lynchburg via the kinetic theory of gases and simulation models

Alison Reyes Merced ’24, Jessica Monasir ’24, and Adam Houlihan, biology professor: The effect of bacteriophage T4 on Escherichia coli biofilm formation, stability, and cell viability

Brylee Elliott ’24 and Timothy Patrick, psychology professor: Who is Moving When Movement is Unseen? The Nature of Temporal Projections of Movement Dynamics during Action Inference

 Elizabeth Bailey ’25 and Lesley Shipley, art history professor: “All-American”: New Perspectives on American Art at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College

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