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Profiles of 2010-2011 Student and Faculty Collaborations


Our faculty are active researchers and creators, making contributions in their fields. In many cases, faculty work one-on-one with students to foster their growth and give them an opportunity to do hands-on work alongside of them. Explore the profiles below for a sampling of collaborative research projects from 2010-2011.

 
Green Collaboration Valerie Gray ’11 and Stacy Szczepanski ’09
A Green Collaboration
Student researchers Valerie Gray and Stacy Szczepanski, draft plans for an environmentally responsible science facility. >>MORE
Ian Klein Ian Klein ’10
Investigation of Asymmetric 1,10-phenanthroline Derivatives
Ian Klein conducted research in the area of photochemically active coordinate compounds. These complexes were further explored as a way of developing practical components for chemical sensors, display devices, and solar-energy conversion schemes. >>MORE
Samantha Christian Samantha Christian '11
Student Research Goes Galapagos
Ten St. Norbert students, including Samantha Christian, made the trip of a lifetime as part of a J-term course on the Galapagos archipelago. >>MORE
Ashley Ash Ashley Ash '10
The Effects of Corticosterone on Hippocampal Cell Death and Spatial Memory Function in Zebra Finches
Working in collaboration with Dr. David Bailey (Biology), Ashley Ash tests the effects of corticosterone on the hippocampal cells of zebra finches, hoping to gain insight into the human body. >>MORE
Brie Oehlke Brieanne Oehlke '10
Taxonomic Revision and Intraspecific Variation Among Early and Middle Eocene Rodents
With Dr. Deb Anderson (Biology), Brieanne Oehlke delves into the past to understand ancient rodents and their environment. >>MORE
Kim Keil Kimberly Keil '10
Taxonomic Revision and Intraspecific Variation Among Early and Middle Eocene Rodents
Kimberly Keil works with Dr. Deb Anderson (Biology) to assess the past of ancient rodents and predict future biodiversity. >>MORE



St. Norbert Collaborative

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Fax: (920) 403-4086
E-mail: collaborative@snc.edu


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