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Participants listed by session and time
Participants listed by session and time
Music Education Teaching Portfolios - Schmucker Hall 222 Recital Hall 8.30am - 9.45am
Poster Session III - Science Center 2 and 3 Lobby 8.30am - 9.45am
Christina Jasion '13David Van Doren '16Elizabeth Miller '13 Poster Session IV - Science Center 2 and 3 Lobby 10.00am - 11.15am
Participants listed by session and time
Poster Session V - Science Center 2 and 3 Lobby 11.30am - 12.45pm
Propaganda in 20th Century Germany - Breidenbaugh Hall 205 11.30am - 12.45pm
Poster Session VI - Science Center 2 and 3 Lobby 1.00pm - 2.15pm
Participants listed by session and time
Anthropology 400 Capstone Projects I - Breidenbaugh Hall 205 8.30am - 9.45am
Art and Art History Panel Session I - Schmucker Hall 302 8.30am - 9.45am
Classics Senior Capstone Session I - Breidenbaugh Hall 311 8.30am - 9.45am
English Honors Theses I - Breidenbaugh Hall 209 8.30am - 9.45am
Notions of Frontier: Literature, Geograpy and Identity in America's Borderlands - Science Center 151
8.30am - 9.15am

Spiritual Immersion and Cultural Dialogues in Taize, France - Breidenbaugh Hall 112 8.30am -
9.45am

The Environment and Public Policy - Science Center 153 9.00am - 9.45am
Participants listed by session and time
Anthropology 400 Capstone Projects II - Breidenbaugh Hall 205 10.00am - 11.15am
Biology Senior Capstone Panel Session II - Science Center 300 10.00am - 11.15am
Classics Senior Capstones Session II - Breidenbaugh Hall 311 10.00am - 11.15am
English Honors Theses II - Breidenbaugh Hall 209 10.00am - 11.15am
Socio-Ethnic Conflict and Compromise in Modern Europe - Science Center 200 10.00am - 11.15am
The Use of Music Technology in South Central Pennsylvania - Schmucker Hall 214 10.00am - 11.15am
Participants listed by session and time
Cyberactivism in PRC and Propaganda in Germany - Breidenbaugh Hall 209 11.30am - .45am
Globalization Studies Honors Thesis Presentations - Science Center 200 11.30am - .45am
No Treason, Slavery, and Black Nationalism - Science Center 151 11.30am - .45am
Renaissance Wonders - Schmucker Hall 302 11.30am - 12.45pm
Game Programming - Science Center 152 1.00pm - 2.15pm
Mellon Summer Scholars Panel Session II - Breidenbaugh Hall 209 1.00pm - 2.15pm
Participants listed by session and time
Film Studies - Breidenbaugh Hall 201 Joseph Theater 10.00am - 12.00pm
Alumni Then and Now - Breidenbaugh Hall 201 Joseph Theater 1.00pm - 2.15pm
Participants listed by session and time
Piano Recitals - Schmucker Hall 222 Recital Hall 11.30am - 12.45pm
Participants listed by session and time
Group C - Brua Hall 215 Stevens Theatre 9.00am - 9.40am
Chrysothemis - Brua Hall 215 Stevens Theatre 10.00am - 10.30am
The Balloon Catcher - Brua Hall 215 Stevens Theatre 10.45am - 11.45am
<EL TIGRE> - Pennsylvania Hall Outside North 12.00pm - 12.45pm
Ancient Comedy - College Union Junction 12.45pm - 2.15pm
Program listed by session and time
Music Education Teaching Portfolios
8.30am - 9.45am
Schmucker Hall 222 Recital Hall

Emma Sheffer
Bachelor of Science in Music Education Portfolio Presentation
Keith Gromis
Music Education Student Teaching Portfolio Presentation
Kevin Psolka-Green
Music teaching portfolio presentation
Kristin Staub
Music Education Portfolio Presentation
Matthew Carlson
Music Teaching Portfolio
Michelle Stukane
Bachelor of Science in Music Education Portfolio Presentation
Program listed by session and time
Poster Session III
8.30am - 9.45am
Science Center 2 and 3 Lobby

Program listed by session and time
Adam Poff, Albert Vill, Alecia Achimovich, Ashley Boone, Bethany Holtz,
Brianne Tomko, David Van Doren, Emily Jankowski, Emily Love, Katherine
Boas, Matthew Dunworth, Rose Fogliano
Comparative Genome Analysis of Mycobacteriophage BellusTerra
Adam Poff, David Van Doren, Katherine Boas, Matthew Dunworth
Identification of Immunity Groups within Mycobacteriophage
Albert Vill, Alecia Achimovich, Ashley Boone, Brianne Tomko
Growth characteristics of six novel mycobacteriophages on Mycobacteria smegmatis
and aurum
Amanda Orzechowski
Control of DNA damage signaling by SSPP/SSPT motifs in Aspergillus nidulans
snoARif1
Bethany Holtz, Emily Jankowski, Emily Love, Rose Fogliano
The Search for Aquatic Mycobacteriophage in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Cam Nguyen
An Anti-checkpoint Role for Aspergillus nidulans snoA31/Rif1
Christina Cochran
Time-lapse Visualization of Bacteria Growth
Christina Jasion
Effect of fluoxetine (Prozac) on locomotion of two species of marine snail and one
species of freshwater snail.
Elizabeth Miller
Determining the function of fshr-1 in oxidative stress in Caenorhabditis elegans
Emily Kohlbrenner
Generation of new snxAHrbl alleles by a non-complementation Assay
Joseph Robinson
The Expression of an Antimicrobial Protein is Regulated by fshr-1
Leah Grandi
Characterizing the Opposing Functional Domains of GCK-2
Program listed by session and time
Olivia Ruth
Elucidating the FSHR-1 Signaling Cascade in Caenorhabditis elegans
Program listed by session and time
Poster Session IV
10.00am - 11.15am
Science Center 2 and 3 Lobby

Craig Witushynsky, Daniel McNamara, Katherine Murphy, Theodore Kerr
Computer Science Capstone - Android Tour Authoring Tool
David Laws, Samir Lalvani, Sterling Hallfors, Taylor Gaw
Computer Science Capstone: Android Application
Anna Cammisa
Inflation at the Zero Lower Bound
Jia Qi Zhou
The impact of China's local government debt on economic growth
Kevin Lugo
Renewable Resource Extraction: Experimental Analysis of Resource Management
Policies Under Assumptions of Resource Migration
Nicholas Jesteadt
Modeling Time Trends in Asset Return Directionality
Ross Nichols
On the Orthodox Nature of Heterodox Income Distribution Theory
Nathan Blyler
Searching for Underlying Subpopulations of Silene Spaldingii
Ryan Becker
Playing Games on Graphs
Program listed by session and time
Organization and Management Studies Brendan McCormick
Personality Traits of ROTC Cadets
Charrisha Watkins
Bipolar Disorder and Occupational Functioning
Cheryl Olechnowicz
Attachment Theory in the Workplace: Comparison of Womens' Father-Figure &
Supervisor Relationships in relation to Workplace Performance
Dana Sahli
Do birth-order and extraversion influence compatibility in romantic relationships?
Erin Becker
The Power of Silence: Introversion and Leadership
Harrison Everts
Workaholism and Personality
Jonathan Morris
Do Introverts and Extroverts Have Different Preferences on Class structure and
Study habits?
Kelly Johns
Life Events as a Predictor of Personality Traits
Kristin North, Stephanie Gulden
Extraversion, Introversion and Conflict-Handling Styles
Sarah Alesio
What Can We Learn From Asking People Their Thoughts During Personality
Testing?
Tyler Keith
New Facet of Introversion: Modesty
Program listed by session and time
Poster Session V
11.30am - 12.45pm
Science Center 2 and 3 Lobby

Avani Amin
DNA Binding of Cobalt Clathrochelates
Casina Malinchak
Iron-Catalyzed Oxidative Cyclizations of Diols
Jennifer Middlebrooks, R. Joseph Fortenbaugh
Photodissociation of Dimethyl Disulfide in Solution
Jeremiah Johnston
The Partitioning of Resveratrol into the Nanorod-bound Surfactant Bilayer of Gold
Nanorods
Katherine Wilson
Partitioning 6-methoxy-2-naphthol to the Bilayer of Gold Nanorods
Nikita La Cruz
Evaluating the impact of industrialization on lead levels in soils on the Gettysburg
College Campus: A Chemical and Spatial Analysis
Charles Maass, Robert Weiss
A Double Blind Investigation of Isokinetic Leg Strength both With and Without 200mg
of Caffeine
Olivia Ruth
Hispanic Patient-Provider Interactions
Nathan Blyler
A Clustering Approach to Image Compression
Program listed by session and time
Poster Session VI
1.00pm - 2.15pm
Science Center 2 and 3 Lobby

Lindsay Menton
Declining Membership in the Parent Teacher Association: Not Merely Coincidental
Emily Ruhl, Robin Arnold
A comparison of Adams County residents to farmers’ market attendees: A question
of representation
Program listed by session and time
Global Leadership Gettysburg College Anna Schneider, Dana Sahli, Jordan Swenson, Julie Schaub, Lauren Brauer,
Suzanne Englot
Understanding and Embracing Cultural Differences between America and France
Caroline Clark
Bringing Denmark Back to Gettysburg
Cassi Franz
The role of Chinese aid in Samoa
Elizabeth Williams
Bringing the homeland home: Converting travel experiences into creative nonfiction
Eric Herndon
Studying Abroad in Seville, Spain Spring of 2012
Katherine Rice
My Experience Abroad and Bringing Those Experiences Home: Japan and the
Global Leaders of Gettysburg College
Kavya Kumar
A Semester in Switzerland: A Globalized Experience
Kelly Madden
Study Abroad Experiance in Copenhagen, Denmark
Linnea Goebel
A Modern Take on an Ancient Place: My Study Abroad Experience in Greece
Samir Lalvani, Samuel Holmes
Incredible Italy!: A Gettysburgian's story on the experiences, exposures, and
excitements in one of the most beautiful places in the world.
Valerie Leone
Experiences in Panama Studying Tropical Ecology, Marine Ecosystems, and
Biodiversity Conservation from the Perspective of a Global Leader of Gettysburg
College
Program listed by session and time
Amelia Grabowski
Xenophobia without Borders: A Journey to Social Justice through Global Leadership
Courtney Benn
Returning Home: Sharing the Experiences from Life in Japan (Global Leaders of
Gettysburg College)
Emily Constantian
Experiences from Wollongong, Australia, and beyond
Michael Boyland
GLGC
CET Chinese Studies Beijing
Kelsey Boyce
Stigma and Intellectual Disability: Sometimes the Best Intentions have the Worst
Results
Margaret Weisman
The Perception of Time In American Life: Can We Really Have It All?
Chase Leonard
Cómo los inmigrantes se centralizan en las memorias del pasado como una técnica
terapéutica
Emma Thomas
La historia y la memoria: Un analisis de La Sombra del Viento de Carlos Ruis Zafón
Propaganda in 20th Century Germany
11.30am - 12.45pm
Breidenbaugh Hall 205

Connor Lees, Jonathan Hofe
Propaganda in 20th Century Germany
Program listed by session and time
Anthropology 400 Capstone Projects I
8.30am - 9.45am
Breidenbaugh Hall 205

Alyssa Foxx, Kelsey Gerber, Morgan Rouscher
Anth 400 Capstone Projects II
Lauren Dunne, Taylor Osborne
"Anth 400 Capstone Projects"
Anthropology 400 Capstone Projects II
10.00am - 11.15am
Breidenbaugh Hall 205

Catherine Daniels, Falon Deimler
Anth 400 - Capstone Projects
Emily Heeren, Kaitlin Chiarelli, Rebecca Taormina
Anth 400 Capstone Projects
Art and Art History Panel Session I
8.30am - 9.45am
Schmucker Hall 302

Emily Francisco
Cartoons, Campaigns, and Curating: My Summer as the Exhibits Intern at
Musselman Library
Eric Lee
Urban Exploration of Red Hook Grain Terminal
Joanna Myers
Humor and the Grotesque: The Art of Pieter Bruegel the Elder
Joshua Poorman
The Influence of the Italian Renaissance on Early Ottoman Miniature Painting
Madison Desmond
Subodh Gupta: Modern art in India
Program listed by session and time
Biology Senior Capstone Panel Session II
10.00am - 11.15am
Science Center 300

Alice Kraiza
Measuring Bacterial Growth Curves Under Different Resource Conditions
Cam Nguyen
An Anti-checkpoint Role for Aspergillus nidulans snoA
Christina Jasion
Effect of fluoxetine (Prozac) on locomotion of one species of freshwater snail and two
species of marine snail.
Emily Kohlbrenner
Generation of new snxAHrbl alleles in Aspergillus nidulans by a
non-complementation Assay
Kaitlin Watrud
Effects of deforestation on microhabitat suitability for salamander communities
Classics Senior Capstone Session I
8.30am - 9.45am
Breidenbaugh Hall 311

Allyson Hitte, Andrew Monthey, Michael Walmer, William Coates
Department of Classics- Senior Capstones
Classics Senior Capstones Session II
10.00am - 11.15am
Breidenbaugh Hall 311

Alexander Skufca, Audra Foster, Joshua Carmel, Kelsey Gerber
Department of Classics- Senior Capstones
Cyberactivism in PRC and Propaganda in Germany
11.30am - .45am
Breidenbaugh Hall 209

Dean Harris, Kevin Bond
Under the Fading Red Sky: Mao Culture, Government, and Cyberactivism in Today's
PRC
Program listed by session and time
English Honors Theses I
8.30am - 9.45am
Breidenbaugh Hall 209

Elizabeth Williams, Joshua Carmel, Veronica Rosenberger
English Honors Theses, Student Presentations
English Honors Theses II
10.00am - 11.15am
Breidenbaugh Hall 209

Amelia Grabowski, Christina Cochran, Sarah Parker
English Honors Theses, Student Presentations
Game Programming
1.00pm - 2.15pm
Science Center 152

Marcin Malec
An Evaluation Function for UCT Search in the Game of Amazons
Marcin Malec, Ryan Becker
Poker Squares Challenge
Globalization Studies Honors Thesis Presentations
11.30am - .45am
Science Center 200

Alyssa Bosold
International Non-Governmental Organizations in Vietnam: A Case Study with
Project Gaia, Inc.
Elizabeth Rupert, Rose Kane, Sarah Fodero
Globalization Studies Honors Senior Thesis Presentations
Ross Nichols
Foreign Direct Investment as a Measure of Disembedding in North Africa
Program listed by session and time
Mellon Summer Scholars Panel Session II
1.00pm - 2.15pm
Breidenbaugh Hall 209

Alyssa Foxx, John Hill, Joshua Griffiths, Taylor Smart
Mellon Summer Scholars 2013 Panel #1
No Treason, Slavery, and Black Nationalism
11.30am - .45am
Science Center 151

Lauren Roedner
The Legacy of Slavery at Arlington House, Robert E. Lee Memorial
Melanie Cooper
Black Nationalism Meets Cosmic Philosophy: The Evidence of Garveyist Thinking in
the Works of Sun Ra
William Segraves
No Treason: How Lysander Spooner's Political Works Have Shaped the Modern
Libertarian Movement
Notions of Frontier: Literature, Geograpy and Identity in
8.30am - 9.15am
America's Borderlands
Science Center 151
Amelia Grabowski, John Nelson, Tricia Runzel
Notions of Frontier: Literature, Geography and Identity in America's Borderlands
Renaissance Wonders
11.30am - 12.45pm
Schmucker Hall 302

Dina Mohamed-Aly, Joshua Poorman, Lauren Kauffman, Rebecca Deffler, Sara
Ketelsen, Shane Swink
Renaissance Wonders
Program listed by session and time
Socio-Ethnic Conflict and Compromise in Modern Europe
10.00am - 11.15am
Science Center 200

David Wemer, John Nelson, Kavya Kumar, Mia Harpel
Socio-Ethnic Conflict and Compromise in Modern Europe
Spiritual Immersion and Cultural Dialogues in Taize, France
8.30am - 9.45am
Breidenbaugh Hall 112

Elizabeth Pence, George Erlandson, Kristine Harner, Kurt Mathisen, Linnea
Goebel
Spiritual Immersion and Cultural Dialogues in Taize, France
The Environment and Public Policy
9.00am - 9.45am
Science Center 153

Kevin Lugo
Renewable Resource Extraction (ES): Experimental Analysis of Resource
Management Policies Under Assumptions of Resource Migration
Valerie Leone
The Impacts on Environmental Worldviews on Environmental Risk, Policy Options,
and Behavior.
The Use of Music Technology in South Central Pennsylvania
10.00am - 11.15am
Schmucker Hall 214

Alice Broadway, Eva Lorentz, Hudson Gillot, Ian Steege, Jennifer Yealy,
Katherine Trautz
The Use of Music Technology in South Central Pennsylvania
Program listed by session and time
Alumni Then and Now
1.00pm - 2.15pm
Breidenbaugh Hall 201 Joseph Theater

Kristi Lowery, Lauren FitzGerald, Shannon Callahan, Shelby Creamer
Alumni Then and Now; A closer look into what makes Gettysburg so great
Film Studies
10.00am - 12.00pm
Breidenbaugh Hall 201 Joseph Theater

Christina Gallo
Masculinity in the Hollywood Musical of the Studio Era
David DeBor
The Gentlemen of Hazlett: An Original Short Film
Hannah Bollinger
Adapting Short Stories to Screenplays
Lee Silver, Rachel Myers, Samantha Bader, Thomas Neufeld
Good Morning Today Gettysburg
Program listed by session and time
Piano Recitals
11.30am - 12.45pm
Schmucker Hall 222 Recital Hall

Emily Watkins
Piano Performance
Jane Best
Celebration Piano Concert
Lorela Ciraku
Appassionata
Sarabeth Hamberlin
Debussy's first Arabesque "Arabesque No. 1. Andantino con moto"
Veronika Stare
Piano Concert
<EL TIGRE>
12.00pm - 12.45pm
Pennsylvania Hall Outside North

Avery Lentz, Felicia Pagan, Kierstan DeVoe, Mauricio Novoa, Paul Di Salvo,
Yulaikis Garcia
<EL TIGRE>
Ancient Comedy
12.45pm - 2.15pm
College Union Junction

Aaron Donnachie, Alexandra Dunn, Amanda Smith, Audra Foster, Benjamin
Zepnick, Charles Reinhardt, Darcy Merrill, Emily Wilson, Joanna Hess, Lauren
Roedner, Lawrence DelViscio, Logan Tapscott, Mark Wojcik, Matthew Trepel,
Thomas Piccirillo, Tiana Wu
Ancient Comedy
Program listed by session and time
Chrysothemis
10.00am - 10.30am
Brua Hall 215 Stevens Theatre

Gregory Scheiber
Chrysothemis
9.00am - 9.40am
Brua Hall 215 Stevens Theatre

Benjamin Zepnick, Lawrence DelViscio, Mark Wojcik, Matthew Trepel, Thomas
Piccirillo
Group C
The Balloon Catcher
10.45am - 11.45am
Brua Hall 215 Stevens Theatre

Riley Park
The Balloon Catcher

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