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Sanger Summer Scholars Presentations, Friday, July 16

July 19, 2010 at 3:46 pm

On Friday, July 16, the Sanger Summer Scholars will present the results of their research projects.  Please join us in Science Center 150 to hear about what they set out to accomplish and what they learned along the way!  The sessions begin at 8:45 a.m.; please feel free to join us at any time.

The research teams and their projects are:

 8:45 a.m.                    Joshua Hall, Rachael Wogsland:  The Effect of the European Union on the

                                   Economic Freedom of its Members

 9:15 a.m.                    Sue Swanson, Elisabeth Ames:  Using Springs in Southwestern Wisconsin as

                                   Paleoclimate Indicators

 9:45 a.m.                  Scott Lineberger, Misha Davydov:  Annotated Translation of First Hundred-Verse Sequence

                                 of Teitoku’s “Crimson Plum Thousand Verses”

10:15 a.m.                  Ken Yasukawa, Jacy Bernath-Plaisted:  Parent-Offspring Communication in

                                 Red-Winged Blackbirds

11:00 a.m.                  Bob Elder, Han Xue:  An Approach to Ranking Countries According to Levels of

                                 Economic Freedom

11:30 a.m.                  Amy Sarno, Abigail Burnham:  Drafting an Oral History of the Fairbanks Flats

12:00 p.m.                  Jim Rougvie, Samantha Erickson:  A Case Study of Hydrothermal Alteration and

                                 Element Mobility in the White Rock Pluton Contact Aureole,

                                 Gunnison County, Colorado

12:30 p.m.                  Rob LaFleur, Miranda Mueller:  Heaven is Round, Earth is Square:  Calendars and

                                 Cosmology on China’s Sacred Mountains

More complete descriptions of the projects are available on the College website at:  We look forward to seeing you there!