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2014 McGregor Summer Research Fellowships in Humanities and Social Sciences

Student Faculty Mentor Project Title
Chad Westra Bruce Berglund, History Fathers, Sons, Sport & Masculinity
Alicia Smit Kristin Du Mez, History Uncovering the Religious Roots of Hillary Clinton’s Foreign Policy
Amy Van Zanen Loren Haarsma, Physics & Astronomy Theology of Original Sin in Various Human Origins Scenarios
Taek Been Nam, Shawntavia Stewart Jonathan Hill, Sociology Assessing Social Scientific Data on Science and Religion
Sasha Saur Cal Jen, Business Managing Marketing from a Christian Perspective
Ian Graham Becca McBride, Political Science The Politics of Intercountry Adoption and Prospects for Ethical Adoption
Michael Bloem, Carolyn Vos Steve McMullen, Economics; Kevin den Dulk and Mikael Pelz, Political Science School Choice Policy and Private School Enrollment
Jessica Koranda Ed Miller, Spanish The Literary contributions of the Afro-Argentine Newspapers: 1825-1895
Lia Gelder David Noe, Classical Languages Transcribing, Editing, Researching, and Translating Three Sixteenth Century Latin Authors: John Calvin, Franciscus Junius, and Franciscus Portus Cretensis
Catherine Fazio Stephanie Sandberg, Communication Arts & Sciences The Literacy Landscape of West Michigan
Kara Venema Chris Smit, Communication Arts & Sciences DISART Festival
Klaas Walhout Thomas Thompson, Religion Towards a Creational-Historical Eschatology
Spencer Cone Bill Van Vugt, History Researching the Anglo-American Connection
Jisoo Kim Joel Westra, Political Science Reforming the Global Security Order: Institutional Legitimacy and Global Security Governance in a Changing World