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Sanger scholars present their research in Thursday’s summer symposium

July 17, 2013

The 2013 Sanger Summer Scholars Symposium will take place this Thursday (July 18) from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the film classroom at the Hendricks Center for the Arts.

The Sanger Summer Research Fellows program is an eight-week summer program open to Beloit students in all disciplines; the students work collaboratively with a faculty mentor on an original research project in their interest area and participate in weekly seminars, culminating in a symposium on their research. See the schedule below for details about this summer’s crop of Sanger Scholar research.

9 a.m. - Introductory remarks

9:10-9:35 a.m. - “Time series forecasting with wavelets" by Bruce Atwood and Lingzhi    Meng

9:35-10 a.m. - "The experience of Beloit teen mothers in conjunction with the development of a community-based doula program," by Suzanne Cox and Will McShane

10 a.m. - 10:25 a.m. - "Nanotechnology: Preparation and applications of oriented zinc oxide nanorod devices," by George Lisensky and Emma Koenig

10:25-10:50 a.m. - "Companion website for Pervyi Krug: Russian Full Circle," by Donna Oliver and Julian Vanecek

10:50-11:05 a.m. - Break

11:05-11:30 a.m. - "Constructing examples of the modularity theorem," by Ranjan Roy and Jianing Xu

11:30-11:55 a.m. - "The road to hell: Governmental and NGO roles in the social exclusion of Roma in the Czech Republic," by Bill New and Margaret Kepley

11:55 a.m.-12:20 p.m. - "Electrophoretic analysis of printer inks for forensic applications with improved detection limits utilizing wavelet transforms,” by Kevin Braun and James Lazarcik

12:20-12:45 p.m. - "Expanding and disseminating the Distant Dances Model of choreographic collaboration,” by Gina T'ai and Laura Logan

12:45-12:50 p.m. - Closing remarks