Student Archive

  • Graduate student Neil Mehta’s demographic research reveals surprising findings on issues of obesity and immigrant health in the U.S.

  • Undergraduate Samantha Cox takes a new look at museum specimens using CT scan technology.

  • Psychology and law scholar Tess Wilkinson-Ryan studies the role of moral judgment in contract law.

  • Graduate student Annalise Paaby studies how natural selection affects lifespan in fruit flies.

  • College student Sourav Bose works to improve emergency response care in Guatemala.

  • Graduate student Peter Yunker sheds light on the mystery of aging glass.

  • Undergraduate Tariro Mupombwa probes the mechanisms of energy production in tuberculosis bacteria.

  • Undergraduate Benjamin Laitman looks at the microarchitecture of sleep with fear conditioning.

  • Undergraduates Matthew Lewandowski and Stefan Sabo present award-winning research at the 2009 Joint Mathematics Meetings.

  • Anthropology student looks at women's involvement in spiritual healing.

  • Graduate students Andrew Kemp and Simon Engelhart bring new approaches to studying sea level change.

  • Graduate student Seth Richards uses an economics framework to examine the effects of social norms on teen sexual activity.

  • Philosopher Ryan Muldoon discusses how a diversity of perspectives can lead to more just societies.

  • Student composer writes musical performance based on congressional testimony.

  • College sophomore Doug Miller develops proposal to help foster more sustainable consumption.

  • Rising senior Michael Sulewski helps explore the molecular basis of long-term memory.

  • Senior Rachel Romeo uses eye movements to study the impact of hearing impairments on infant language learning.

  • Grad student Sarah Dowling's poetry scrutinizes constructs of safety.

  • Graduate student Jeehyun Lim explores the social and cultural history of bilingualism in the U.S.

  • Undergraduate Emily Belfer looks at how London theaters represented the enemy over two world wars.

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