HHMI Grants to Kenyon

Kenyon College Summer Science Scholars, 2010

INDEX OF ALL ON-LINE SUMMER SCIENCE PROJECTS
Poster site managed by Daniel Barich

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: 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001

**Each image links to a poster PDF that is no larger than 2 MB.
Food Accessibility and Pricing In a Rural Setting
Food Accessibility and Pricing In a Rural Setting
Jonah Auteri '11
Mentor: Kimmarie Murphy, Anthropology
A functional comparison of photoperiodically-regulated genes in Physcomitrella patens and flowering plants
A functional comparison of photoperiodically-regulated genes in Physcomitrella patens and flowering plants
Sarah Cook '11
Mentor: Karen A. Hicks, Biology

Defensive Behavior of Rats in Response to 22-kHz Ultrasonic Vocalizations
Defensive Behavior of Rats in Response to 22-kHz Ultrasonic Vocalizations
Rachel Cooper '13
Mentor: Andrew J. Niemiec, Psychology

Mapping of photoperiod-sensitive suppressor of elf3
Mapping of photoperiod-sensitive suppressor of elf3 21
Brittany Currey '11   
Mentor: Karen Hicks, Biology

Variability in Measurements of Manduca sextaMidgut Gene Expression
Variability in Measurements of Manduca sexta Midgut Gene Expression
Kyle E. Davis '11
Mentor:Bradley A. Hartlaub

The Role of Multidrug Resistance Efflux Pumps in pH Homeostasis in Escherichia coli
The Role of Multidrug Resistance Efflux Pumps in pH Homeostasis in Escherichia coli
Kari N. W. Deininger '13
Mentor: Joan L Slonczewski, Biology
Modeling the Manduca Sexta Midgut
Modeling the Manduca Sexta Midgut
Jennifer Garbett '11
Mentor: Judy Holdener, Mathematics

 

Harmonic Measure Distribution Functions in Complex Domains
Harmonic Measure Distribution Functions in Complex Domains
Kevin Gerstle '11
Mentor: Marie Snipes, Mathematics
Comparing Classical and Alternative Methods of Regression in the Context of Metabolic Scaling
Comparing Classical and Alternative Methods of Regression in the Context of Metabolic Scaling
Nathan Huey '13
Mentor: Brad Hartlaub, Mathematics
pH Dependent cAMP Levels Correspond to Acid Resistance in Escherichia Coli
pH Dependent cAMP Levels Correspond to Acid Resistance in Escherichia Coli
Shanté Jackson '13
Mentor: Joan L. Slonczewski, Biology

 

Examining the Prevalence of the Heterosexual Script in Children's Television Media
Examining the Prevalence of the Heterosexual Script in Children's Television Media
Alexandra Kirsch '11
Mentor: Sarah Murnen, Psychology

Identification and Characterization of CYP1 Gene family Enzymes in Xenopus laevis
Identification and Characterization of CYP1 Gene family Enzymes in Xenopus laevis
Chad Kurylo '11, Daniel V. Iwamoto '10
Mentor: Wade H. Powell, Biology
Differential aminopeptidaseexpression in Manduca sexta larvae based on life stage and dietary protein concentration
Differential aminopeptidaseexpression in Manduca sexta larvae based on life stage and dietary protein concentration
Emily E. Lewandowski '11
Mentor: Christopher M. Gillen, Biology
Finding an Upper Bound on the Angular Momentum of a Neutron Star
Finding an Upper Bound on the Angular Momentum of a Neutron Star
Ben Lucas '11
Mentor: Demian Cho, Physics
Measurement of cytoplasmicpH of Escherichia coli with fluorescence ratio imaging microscopy
Measurement of cytoplasmicpH of Escherichia coli with fluorescence ratio imaging microscopy
Kotiba Malek '13
Mentor: Joan Slonczewski, Biology
The Role of Conformity to the Superwoman Ideal in the Relationship between Personality and Eating Disorder Symptomatologyin Adolescentsmetz
The Role of Conformity to the Superwoman Ideal in the Relationship between Personality and Eating Disorder Symptomatologyin Adolescents
Lauren Metzger '11
Mentor: Sarah Murnen, Psychology

Specific residues of the aryl hydrocarbon receptor from the frog Xenopus laevis confer low responsiveness to TCDD and FICZ
Specific residues of the aryl hydrocarbon receptor from the frog Xenopus laevis confer low responsiveness to TCDD and FICZ
Cami Odio '11
Mentor: Wade Powell, Biology
Dispelling the Meat-Dominated Myth: Alternative Food Sources in the Neanderthal Diet
Dispelling the Meat-Dominated Myth: Alternative Food Sources in the Neanderthal Diet
Kushal Rao '13
Mentor: Bruce Hardy, Anthropology
Seeding the Large-Scale Structure of the Universe: Cosmological Perturbations from Staggered Inflation
Seeding the Large-Scale Structure of the Universe: Cosmological Perturbations from Staggered Inflation
Evan K. Pease '11
Mentor: John T. Giblin, Jr., Physics
Measuring Solvent Content of Biological Crystals Using Fluorescence Recovery after Photobleaching
Measuring Solvent Content of Biological Crystals Using Fluorescence Recovery after Photobleaching
Matthew Siewny '11
Mentor: Jan Kmetko, Physics

Time-Dependent Growth of Zinc Oxide Crystals
Time-Dependent Growth of Zinc Oxide Crystals
Abigail Van Wassen '11
Mentor: Simon Garcia, Chemistry
Supernovae and Cosmic Anisotropy
Supernovae and Cosmic Anisotropy
Carolyn Watts '12
Mentor: Tom Giblin, Physics