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Scholarly Engagement Projects 2010-11

 

List of Projects and Abstracts for 2010-2011 Academic Year

 

Humanities

Prof. Brian Horowitz (Jewish Studies) and Lucile Escher “Collaboration and Assistance in Constructing a Body of Texts for Publication

Prof. Michael Cohen (Jewish Studies) and Margaret Abrams “Northern Jews and their ‘Hebrew Agents’: The Jewish Merchant in the Postbellum South

Prof. Marlene Otte (History) and Matthew Scully

Prof. Leandro Magnusson (Economics) and Zachary Flynn “Parametric Inference Using Structural Break Tests”

 

Fine Arts

Prof. Teresa Cole (Art) and Samuel Crosby “International Printmaking Conference”

 


Social Sciences

Prof. Yuki Kato (Sociology) and Sarah Sklaw “Our School at Blair Grocery

Prof. Mark Vail (Political Science) and Zoë Clements “The Comparative Political Economy of Liberalism: Ideas, Interests, and Economic Change in Western Europe”

Prof. Stephanie Arnett (Sociology), Melissa Cotignola, and Elizabeth Simons “Policy Impacts on the Relationship between Socioeconomic Status and Learning in Mexico”

Prof. Christopher Rodning (Anthropology) and Brian Geiger “Cataloguing and Analyzing Archaeological Artifacts from Western North Carolina”

 

Biological Sciences and Engineering

Prof. David Mullin (Cell and Molecular Biology) and Hailee Rask “Advanced Liquid Biofuels Research”

Prof. Michael Blum (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology) and Ben Mauro “From reefs to ridges: interhabitat connectivity across the Hawaiian archipelago”

Prof. Benjamin Hall (Cell and Molecular Biology) and Ryan Kissee “Synaptic Plasticity”

Prof. Caz Taylor (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology) and Michael Bartlein “Blue Crabs, life cycle and connectivity”

Prof. Laura Schrader (Cell and Molecular Biology) and Erin Harris “Chronic Stress

Prof. Cori Richards‐Zawacki (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology) and Briana O’Malley “Investigating the population‐level effects of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on Louisiana’s gulf coast salt marsh endemic reptiles”

Prof. Nandini Vasudevan (Cell and Molecular Biology) and Andrew Tumen “Investigation of non-genomic modes of estrogen signaling in a mouse hypothalamic cell line”

 

Chemical Sciences and Engineering

Prof. W T. Godbey (Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering) and Ian O’Connor “Unraveling the Cellular Processing of PEI-mediated Gene Delivery Complexes

Prof. W T. Godbey (Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering) and Benjamin Wolfson "Modification of Linear DNA for Creation of Novel Gene Delivery Construct"

 

Health Sciences

Prof. Norman Kreisman (Physiology) and Michael Cox “Does Erythropoietin Mediate Hypothermic Preconditioning-Induced Protection of Brain from Hypoxic Injury?”

Prof. Cindy Morris (Microbiology and Immunology) and Anna Iosipiv “Congenital cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection

Prof. Allan Kalueff (Pharmacology) and Evan Kyzar “Modeling LSD-induced psychoses in zebrafish (Danio rerio)”

 

Business

Prof. John Page (Business) and Jessie Lingenfelter “The Development of the Art Market in England: Money as Muse, 1730-1900”

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