Three students and one faculty presented five research papers at the national meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers in Orlando Florida, January 4-7.
Chris Hollingsworth '15 presented research done with students Zahra Adahman and Alex Kwakye with physics professorKatrin Schenk, "Assessing Social Defecits in Two Mouse Models of Disease".
Jim Kwon '14 presented research done with professor Evan Goulding at Northwestern University, "Behavioral Analysis Techniques for Mobile Phone Collected Data".
Jim Kwon '14 presented research done by students Sydney Henson and Katherine Lesnak with professors Peter Sheldon, Peggy Schimmoeller, and Amanda Rumore, "Science and Math Links: Research-Based Teaching Institute".
Tim Slesinger '14 presented research done with Alex Tran '15, Kacey Meaker '08, and with physics professor Peter Sheldon, "Investigating Traditional Methods of Inertial Navigation versus Using a Smartphone".
Sheldon presented the project "Step up to Physical Science and Engineering at Randolph (SUPER)".