Twenty students have been selected as 2002 University Fellows for this summer, in a program that allows them to receive funding while conducting research with a faculty partner.

This is the fourth year of the program. The students, with their project titles and faculty partners' names, are:

  • Vivek Bachhawat '03, "The Greenspan Effect: Does the Fed Move the World's Markets?," Peter FitzRandolph, economics

  • Aimee Baker '04 (Ness University Fellow), "Sublime Visions: The Female Gothic Between 1777-1820," Caroline Breashears, English

  • Timothy Bouchard '03, "Determination of Corbicula Species from the Fox Hills Formation, Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) of North Dakota Using Statistical Analysis of Morphology and Isotopic Analysis of Habitat Separation," Mark Erickson, geology

  • Kathryn DePuy '03 (Rose University Fellow), "The Contribution Each Nostril Makes to Olfactory Perception," David Hornung, biology

  • Janine Dixson '03 (Areson University Fellow), "Good Housekeeping: The Domestic Labor of North Country Women," Judith DeGroat, history/gender studies

  • Jeffrey Dorman '03 (Rose University Fellow), "Potential for Brook Trout Salvelinus fontinalis Reintroduction and Brown Trout Salmo trutta Stocking in the St. Regis River," Brad Baldwin, biology

  • Katherine Dunn '03 (Phelps University Fellow), "Products of Power Series," James DeFranza, mathematics

  • Amy Frey '04 (MacKay University Fellow), "A Tale of Two Villages," Ronald Flores, sociology

  • Amy Hewitt '03 (Phelps University Fellow), "Gap Junctions Occurrence in the Nucleus Tractus Solitarious," Joseph Erlichman, biology

  • Emily Jacque '04 (Baumhoff University Fellow), "Signifying Childhood: Corporate Legitimation Advertising," Stephen Papson, sociology

  • Matthew Kokoszka '03 (Baker University Fellow), "Assessing Home Range Size of the North American Porcupine," Erika Barthelmess, biology

  • Amanda Morrison '03, "Walt Whitman's Poetic Program: National and International Dimensions," Bruce Weiner, English

  • Jeremy Ouellette '04 (Rose University Fellow), "Mu-Mesons As Relativistic Clocks," Daniel Koon, physics

  • Daniel Peppe '03 (Baker University Fellow), "Late Cretaceous Fox Hills and Hell Creek Floral Biostratigraphy and Biostratinomy of a Key Outcrop in the Missouri Valley Region of North Dakota," Mark Erickson, geology

  • Emily Putney '04 (Rose University Fellow), "The Influence of Odorant Exposure and Age on Odor Memory," David Hornung, biology

  • Kristin Putz '03 (MacKay University Fellow), "A Comparison of Nationalism in Denmark and Italy as a Result of Post-WWII Social Policies," Judith DeGroat, history/ gender studies

  • Melissa Rury '03 (Ferguson University Fellow), "Developing a Mass Balance Model for the Little River Watershed," Ning Gao, chemistry

  • Heather Swanson '04 (Ness University Fellow), "Jack London and His Women," Susan Ward, English

  • Andrew Swiesz '03 (Alumni Council Fellow), "Moral Rehabilitation of Empire: The End of Empire and the Birth of Modern Imperialism," Karl Schonberg, government

  • Joshua Taylor '03 (Baker University Fellow), "The Migmatites of the Northwestern Adirondack Mountains; a Geochemical and Petrographic Study into the Conditions that Caused Partial Melting," John Bursnall, geology

    Posted May 1, 2002

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