Eleven Randolph Students Present Research at MARCUS Conference

Research presented includes Summer Research and Senior Research projects  

10/9/2010

Eleven Randolph College students presented their research Oct. 9 at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship (MARCUS). Most of the research originated in the College's Summer Research Program, and has been ongoing as independent research and senior research projects. Eight Randolph faculty members attended with the students.

The Randolph students who presented at the conference are:

KARL SPEER AND CHRISTINE GNIESKI: RANDOLPH COLLEGE’S MUSICAL HERITAGE: EXPLORING AND PRESERVING DECADES OF MUSICAL PERFORMANCES AT RANDOLPH-MACON WOMAN’S COLLEGE

QINGPING YU: USING SEMBLANCE ANALYSIS TO STUDY THE MICROSEISMICITY OF CENTRAL VIRGINIA

THAWDA AUNG: CRYPTOLOGY WITH MATHEMATICA

POOJAN PYAKUREL: PROPERTIES OF LUMINESCENT TRANSITION METAL COMPOUNDS IN SILICON DIOXIDE POLYMERS

ROSHA POUDYAL: A THEORETICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE OXIDATIVE PATHWAYS OF PEROXYNITRITE.

LINDSAY WOOD: BURN HER WHO IS NO BRIDE: A FEMINIST ASSESSMENT OF THECLAN TRADITIONS

SHI HUA: HOW ACCURATE DO MEASURES OF DIGIT-RATIO NEED TO BE?

KATHLEEN CONTI: MEMORY AS A POLITICAL STRATEGY: THE POLITICS OF STALIN REMEMBRANCE IN RUSSIA

RICHARD COULTAS: ADBACDCBDBABDCDBDCACBABDBACABACDCACDBDCDACABDBABDCDBDABACDBC

GUAN WANG: NON-REPETITIVE SEQUENCE AND TOWER OF HANOI