2009's celebration of student research and creative activities featured panel presentations, poster presentations, student films, and theatrical performances.
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Photos by Jim Hale
Lisa Droege and other seniors in an environmental studies seminar taught by Prof. Sarah Principato presented an inventory of greenhouse gas emissions on campus.
The Science Center lobby was packed with students’ poster presentations.
Laura Schoenfeld ’09 researched effects of controlling versus autonomy-supporting verbal instructions on mindfulness and self-control. Psychology Prof. Paul D’Agostino was her advisor.
Joseph Cook (pictured) and fellow senior Kendall Taylor offered differing views in their presentation, “Effeminacy and Masculinity in Byron’s Sardanapalus.” Their mentors were English Profs. Leonard Goldberg and Jack Ryan.
Chris Liegel ’09, whose mentor was prelaw advisor Dr. Thomas Jurney, presented his “Legal Case Study for Domestic and International Terrorism” and recommended rules for domestic law enforcement, the FBI, and the military.
Working with psychology Prof. Kevin Wilson, seniors Marisa Schlieber, Bradley Sherman (pictured), and Rachel Steel researched visual processing of photomosaics.
George Kahl was a member of Prof. Sarah Principato's senior seminar, which presented ideas for reaching carbon neutrality on campus by 2032.
History Prof. Karen Pinto introduces her students (from left) Tylor Hykes, Albert Stefano, and Greg Williams, who presented on varying aspects of Islamic technology.
Senior Jackie Powell (pictured) and fellow students Dana Meyer, Rene Romig, Amy Robandt, filmed a documentary about child cemetery workers while studying in Bolivia through the School for International Training.
Senior Julie Maylor worked with chemistry Prof. Don Jameson to study an organometallic complex in the context of medical imaging.
After a presentation, senior Julie Markus displayed a poster on her use of peat deposits in New York and Maine to learn about previous climate conditions. She worked with environmental studies Prof. Sarah Principato.
Senior Annabelle Myers investigated the Sunrise Ceremony’s role in the continuation of Apache culture. She conducted research onsite and worked with religion Prof. Charles Myers.
Students fielded questions from an interested audience in the Science Center lobby.