Presentations for Family Weekend Showcase of Research & Creativity

by roanokecollege on September 23, 2012

2012 Summer Scholars


This Friday, September 28, Roanoke College is hosting a Showcase of Research & Creativity. Several student presentations will be in Fintel Library in the rear of the library’s Main Floor, starting at 5:45 PM and concluding at 8:00 PM.

Please come by to support these student researchers!

Student Presentations



Title of Contribution


John Stang

Living in the Shadow of History: The story of Catharine, Kansas and its legacy as a Volga-German settlement, 1876-2012

5:45 PM

Charla Henley

The Economic Role of the Mexican Sweatshops: Exploitation or Saving Grace?

6:00 PM

Sarah Perkins

El mundo desapercibido de las mujeres no reconocidas: Un estudio de la construcción de género e identidad nacional a través de la ciencia ficción escrita por las mujeres hispánicas/The Unnoticed World of Unsung Women: A Study of the Construction of Gender and National Identity through Science Fiction Written by Hispanic Women

6:15 PM

Renae Dower

An Analysis of Leonardo and Raphael’s Drawings

6:30 PM

Jonathan Thumas

Nature in the Shugendo Amalgam: An Example of Contemporary Japanese Folk Religion

6:45 PM

Joshua Ferrier

U.S. Freshwater Resource Management Policy and Its National Security Implications

7:00 PM

Tiffany Ingram

“Unveiling the Life of a Banker”

7:15 PM

Stephanie Vogel

The Extraction and Identification of oil within Lycopodium spores

7:30 PM

Tyler Barnes

vitellogenin1 in Embryonic Zebrafish as a Bioindicator to Detect Estrogenic Compounds within the Roanoke River

7:45 PM

Poster presentations will be held from 6-8 PM in Smoyer Gallery (Olin Hall).

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