Students make presentations at Fall Colloquium
The following science division students recently presented their research findings and experiences with internships at the college’s Fall Colloquium:
- Carie Padro ’07, Estrogen down regulated gene and development in mice.
- Leeanna Pennington ’07, Internship at the zoo.
- Heather Nees ’06, Feeding by gelatinous zooplankton in the York River Estuary.
- Jared Molden ’06, with Assistant Professor of Chemistry Dr. Lois Zook-Gerdau and Kylene Wilson, Muskingum Water and Soil Conservation District. Water quality assessment of the Salt Creek Water Shed.
- Cory Williams ’06, Internship at Goodrich Aerospace Research and Development.
- Stephan Maxwell ’07, Origin of chert nodule at the Flint Ridge, Ohio.
- Betsy Zunk ’06, Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Oceanography.
- Jeff Jackson ’06, Internship at Newport Aquarium.
- Charles Miller ’07, with Assistant Professor of Physics Dr. Richard Taylor. Assembling a vibrating sample magnetometer (VSM).
- Erica Booth ’06, The reliability of in vivo quantitative light-induced fluorescence measurement of smooth surface enamel demineralization in teeth with attached orthodontic appliances.
- John Treasure ’07, with Professor of Biology Dr. Danny Ingold. Nest-site fidelity in grassland birds: Five years of data from The Wilds.
- Kacee Carr ’06, Determination of prime method for mutation confirmation through analysis of the mitochondrial genome from saccharomyces cerevisiae.
- Ala Iaconi ’06, Overexpression in E.coli of RNAPs from pathogenic bacteria.