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McGregor Research Program: Fellows, Faculty & Projects (2005)

Student Fellow Faculty Mentor Research Project
Matt Anderson Adel Abadeer
Economics & Business
“Left Behind: institutional analysis of the state of women in less developed countries (LDCs)”
Eric Baker Mark Fackler
Communication Arts & Sciences
“The Media in Kenya: Values and Obligations in an Emerging Democracy”
Sarah DeVries Jolene Vos-Camy
French
“Catherine Bernard: faith, love and heroism in late 17th century France”
Samuel deWalle Paul Moes
Psychology
“The Role of Cerebral Hemispheres in Emotions”
Sarah Funk

Peggy Goetz
Communication Arts & Sciences

“When and How Children Give Reasons: Justifications in the Talk of 5-, 6-, and 7-year-olds”

Allison Graff Quentin Schultze
Communication Arts & Sciences
“Renewing Rhetoric in a World of Deception: Learning from Saints Augustine and Ambrose”
Amelia Hicks Quentin Schultze
Communication Arts & Sciences

“Renewing Rhetoric in a World of Deception: Learning from Saints Augustine and Ambrose”

Christine Holst Corwin Smidt
Paul Henry Institute
"The Role of Religion in Fostering Civic Responsibility"
Rebecca Jelsema Garth Pauley
Communication Arts & Sciences
“Landmark Speeches on Black Civil Rights”
Deborah Kwak Corwin Smidt
Paul Henry Institute
"The Role of Religion in Fostering Civic Responsibility"
Elizabeth Osinga Bert de Vries
History
“Religion and Society in the transition from Arabia Petraea to Roman Arabia”
Karianne Pasma Charsie Sawyer
Music
“A Classical Song Book of African-American Women Composers for Solo Voice”
Catie Schierbeek Amy Patterson
Political Science
“My People Are Dying: the politics of AIDS in Africa"
Jennifer Vander Heide Bill Romanowski
Communication Arts & Sciences
“Exploring Religion and Film for a 2nd Edition of Eyes Wide Open: Looking for God in Popular Culture”
Paul Vliem Cheryl Brandsen
Sociology & Social Work
"Appropriating Historical Scholarship for Integrating Christian Faith and Social Work Practice"

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