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2017 Projects

  • Eric Cunningham (Japanese Studies), Tourist Imaginaries & Rural Japan
  • Thomas Hamm (History), Quakers and the American Civil War, 1861-1865
  • Kari Kalve (English), Building Templates for English Majors
  • Katie Kameen (Art), Introducing Photographic Techniques into 3D Fabrication & Metals
  • Ellen Keister (Physics), CLEO Conference
  • Sandra Lara (History), Sexuality, Violence, and Jurisprudence in Coahuila, Mexico
  • Michael Lerner (Physics), Membrane Biophysics Simulations
  • Greg Mahler (Politics), Jerusalem Seminar Project
  • JoAnn Martin (Sociology/Anthropology), An Inter-species Ethnography: Hungers and Mountain Cur
  • Shena McAuliffe (English), NotificationNOW Conference presentation
  • Lyn Miller (Religion), Making Black Lives Matter: A White Woman's Encounter with the Legacy of Slavery
  • Cassio Muniz (Politics), Race Relations in Brazil
  • Lynne Perkins Socey (Theatre Arts), Fringe Theatre Festival Research
  • Seth Powless (Global Management), Public-Private Partnerships: Academicians Bridging the Gap
  • Karim Sagna (French & Francophone Studies), Exploring Traditional & Modern Influences in Senegalese Music
  • Betsy Schlabach (History and African & African American Studies), Completion of Book Manuscript
  • Kalani Seu (Chemistry), Continued Exploration of Exosome Transport in Erythropoiesis
  • Emily Smith (Biology), Assistance for Iceland May Term Travel & Equipment
  • Kelly Szott (Sociology/Anthropology), The Religious, Moral & Class Landscape of Addition in Wayne County
  • Hong-Hong Tinn (History), U.S. Aid & Militarization of Computers in Cold War Taiwan
  • Michelle Tong (Psychology), Quaker Queries for Scientific Inquiry
  • Wendy Tori (Biology), The Identity & Importance of Feathers in Tree Swallow Nests
  • Peng Yu (Politics), Living Together: A Daoist Political Theory
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