Summer research participants share results of their collaborative projects.
Eleven students from the Randolph College Summer Research Program presented the research they did with faculty at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship (MARCUS) on Saturday, October 5, 2011.
Nashiva McDavid, Wyatt Phipps, with Kelley Deetz: "Her Thousand Chimneys Smoked: Virginia's Enslaved Cooks, Racialized Labor and Legacy"
Meredith Humpheys, Woyni Teklay and Qi Zhang, with Peter Sheldon, Peggy Schimmoeller, and Tatiana Gilstrap: "Science and Math Links: Research-Based Teaching Institute"
Zahra Adahman with Katrin Schenk: "Classification and Analysis of the Pup Calls of a Mouse Model Of Autism"
Julie Dinh Doan with Katrin Schenk and Caroline Mann: "Measuring the Invisible: Explicit and Implicit Mental Illness Stigma in Young Americans Across Cultural Groups"
Julianna Joyce with Chad Beck: "'They're Not Like You and Me, Which Means They Must Be Evil': The Racialized Other in Disney Film and Television Animation"
Megan Hageman with Beth Schwartz: "Academic Integrity at Randolph College"
Safiyah Lopez and Shradha Shrestha with Elizabeth Perry-Sizemore: "Assessing Some Externalities of Non-Profit Home Restoration: The LNDF in Lynchburg and Tinbridge Community"