Undergraduate Summer Science Research Program
Summer, 2004

Undergraduate research initiatives are central to the College's approach to science education. All science majors are encouraged to conduct mentored research projects during the summer and/or academic year, and each year over 50% of all science majors do so. Students receive stipends for summer research and academic credit for research performed in the junior and senior years. Since 1989, each summer the College has provided 35+ students with ten-week research stipends to conduct independent research under the guidance of Bryn Mawr faculty members in the sciences and mathematics. The summer program is enriched by professional development workshops and a poster session at which students present their research to the college community.


June 9
"Pesticides, Frogs, and You: Research at the Environmental Protection Agency"
Professor of Biology Peter Brodfuehrer

June 16
"Pollination and pollinator persistence in agro-natural landscapes, one look at nature's goods and services"
Assistant Professor of Biology Neal Williams

June 23
"Myths about Research in Behavior Analysis"
Lecturer in Psychology Paul Neuman

June 30
"Mom's DNA: Too Much of a Good Thing?"
Assistant Professor of Biology Tamara Davis

July 7
"Nonlinear Analysis of Sleep EEG"
Professor of Physics Al Albano

July 14
"Probing Molecules with Four-Wave Mixing"
Associate Professor of Physics Liz McCormack

July 21
Lunch and Visit with Daria Babushok ‘00
Candidate for Ph. D. / MD at University of Pennsylvania

July 28
"Chemistry and Art"
Professor of Chemistry Sharon Burgmayer

Participants and their Research