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2011 McGregor Summer Research Fellowships in Humanities and Social Sciences

Student Faculty Mentor Project Title
Elena Brubaker Marilyn Bierling, Spanish

Cuban Refugees:  An Oral History Project.

Danielle Ayeh Brian Cawley, Business

How to facilitate a ‘good fit’: Organizational socialization practices that facilitate virtuous organizational culture.

Stephen Clemenger Bert de Vries, History

Three Dimensional Virtual Reconstruction of Ancient Buildings of Umm el-Jimal, Jordan: An application of engineering and computing in archaeology.

Samuel LeFurge-McLeod Peggy Goetz, Communication Arts & Sciences

Merging the Medical and Social Models of Disability:  Lessons from Deaf Culture and Audiology.

Brie Elzinga Emily Helder, Psychology

Cognitive, emotional, and behavioral outcomes in children who have been internationally adopted.

John Morton Martin Hughes, Sociology

Things to Come: Visions of the Future in North American Films, 1950-2009.

Erin Coggin Doug Koopman, Political Science

How Firm a Foundation? The Ongoing Uncertainty of a Presidential Faith-Based Office.

Justin Haan Steve McMullen, Economics

Examining the Impact of Year-Round Schooling on Student and Teacher Behavior and Achievement Disparities.

Yang Liu Julie Voskuil, Business

Let Your Light Shine: Trust, Truth, and Transparency in financial reporting in China.

Alexander Westenbroek Jeff Winkle, Classical Languages

The King, His Ring, and the Temple: The Testament of Solomon and the Magical Milieu of Late Antiquity.