Department: Research Archive


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Danielle Gilbert '15: Incan Ingenuity

Issue: Fall 2014

Danielle Gilbert, an archaeology and English double major with a minor in museums and society, traveled to Peru to study Inca architecture and to work on an archaeological excavation.

Carrie Resnick '15: On the Campaign Trail

Issue: Fall 2014

Political science major Carrie Resnick is studying the campaigns of female gubernatorial candidates, focusing on how women’s issues play in their campaigns.

Eric Ryberg '15: Rock On

Issue: Fall 2014

Eric Ryberg is working in the Stable Isotope Lab to establish a new method for investigating past climates by using isotopes of oxygen atoms of rainwater.

Kelly Lampayan ’15: Starry-eyed

Issue: Fall 2014

Kelly Lampayan is studying a large sample of galaxies that are known to host radio-quiet quasars, some of the most remote and powerful objects in our universe.

Jenny "Em" Mitchell '15: Mormon Stories

Issue: Fall 2014

Psychology major Jenny Mitchell’s research looks closely at sexuality and gender issues in the Mormon Church.

Jordan Hoffman '14: The Secret Lives of Proteins

Issue: Spring 2014

Jordan Hoffman’s project focuses on protein folding and protein energetics.

Katherine Robinson '14: Refugee Assimilation

Issue: Spring 2014

Katherine Robinson has been observing and interviewing members of Baltimore’s Nepali-Bhutanese refugee community to help promote smoother integration for future populations.

Paul Sungbae Park '15: Listening to the Deaf

Issue: Spring 2014

Anthropology major Paul Park wanted to better understand members of the deaf community and how they communicate.

Shanna Murray '14: Mapping Language

Issue: Spring 2014

Shanna Murray’s research lies at the intersection of her two majors: cognitive science and Romance languages.

Talene Bilazarian ’14: New Ways to Fight Terrorism

Issue: Spring 2014

The Research Talene Bilazarian’s work evaluates the effectiveness of a counter-extremism initiative in the U.K. that engages with Muslim women […]