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2015 Summer PDF Projects

  • Betsy Schlabach (History), Book on Policy Gambling
  • Kelly Tuttle (Arabic), Everything is Commentary
  • Elizabeth Rhenberg (Geology), Progress in Echinoderm Paleobiology
  • Kat Bartlow (Biology), Participation in Human Cadaver Prosection Program
  • Julie Beier (Math), Mathematics Magazine Editorial Board Meeting
  • Michael Birkel (Religion) and Lori Watson (Chemistry), Parliament of the World's Religions
  • Jingyu Huo (Chinese), Infusing Chinese Studies into Undergrad Curriculum
  • Eric Cunningham (Japanese), Living & Loving in the Wake of Eruption: disaster, nature, and affect in a central Japanese village
  • Marc Benamou (Music), Song-Text Research and Gamelan Instrument Purchase
  • Bill Culverhouse (Music), Gregorian Chant at St. Meinrad's Abbey
  • Nate Eastman (English), Building a Better Shakespeare
  • Cynthia Fadem (Geology), Soil Stable Isotopes and Paleoenvironmental Research
  • Tom Hamm (History), Quakers and the American Civil War
  • Scott Hess (English), Landscapes of Genius and the High Art of Nature
  • Corinne Deibel (Chemistry), Analyses of Chinese Neolithic Artifacts as the Shanxi Provincial Institute of Archaeology
  • Deborah Jackson (Anthropology), The Tar Sands of Alberta, Canada: Corporate Representation and Worker Experience
  • Ellen Keister (Physics), Advanced Laboratory Physical Association Immersion
  • Rajaram Krishnan (Economics), Developing Comparative International Cities May Term
  • Anand Pardhanani (Math), Mathematical Modeling for environmental and water resource applications
  • Pei Pei (Math), An applied functional and numerical analysis of two systems involving Reissner-Mindlin-Timoshenko plate equations
  • Rachel Reavis (Psychology), Stats Camp: Advanced Structural Equation Modeling
  • Karim Sagna (French), Why do silaaba and dadaarlo matter?
  • Mark van Buskirk (Art), Artist in Residence
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