HHMI 2000 Grant to Kenyon

Kenyon College Summer Science Scholars, 2001
Summer Science Research Posters
Posters on-line, funded by HHMI grant


Undergraduates at Kenyon conduct research projects in the summer,  in collaboration with a faculty mentor.  Each student presents a poster on their work at a public exhibition.  For further information on research with undergraduates at Kenyon, contact the faculty mentors below.
Archive: 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001

*NOTE: After clicking the pictures on this page, to view the full size JPG file with Internet Explorer, look for the orange JPG expand button to appear in the lower right-hand corner of the Poster JPG and click on it. With Mozilla, simply click anywhere on the image.

Note: Each image links to 1900 X 1500 JPEG of poster.

PSE12 is Located on the Second Chromosome of Arabidopsis thaliana
Ansley Scott ’02
Mentor: Karen Hicks, Biology

Analysis of two Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptors (AHR) in Xenopus Laevis
Catherine Beck ’02 Mentor: Wade Powell, Biology

The Synthetic Approach to Capentin.
Michael Bonomo '02
Mentor: Anthony Watson, Chemistry

Classification of Periodic Turtle Sequences
Amy Wagaman '03
Mentor: Judy Holdener, Mathematics

Acid Regulation of Protein Expression in Escherichia coli K-12 W3110.
Lauren Stancik, '02
Mentor: Joan Slonczewski, Biology

Effect of Alkaline pH on the Proteome of Escherichia coli K-12 W3110.
Dawn Stancik, '02
Mentor: Joan Slonczewski, Biology

The AHR Nuclear Transport Protein of Xenopus laevis.
John DePowell '02
Mentor: Wade Powell, Biology
Photoluminescent Hydroxyquinoline Metal Complexes.
Emily J. Cole '02
Mentor: Scott Cummings, Chemistry

Linking Biological Processes with Measures of Biological Integrity
Abby Rokosch, '02
Mentor: Siobhan Fennessy, Biology

The Production of HONO
Sule Sidigu '03

Mentor: Jamie Keller,

Auditory Filters at High Frequency in the Chinchilla Auditory System
Rhoda Raji '02
Mentor: Andy Niemiec, Psychology

Photometric Characterization of the Miller Observatory
Nia Imara '03
Mentor: Paula Turner, Physics