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Josiah P. Adam
Bachelor of Arts
LITERATURE/Poetry & AMERICAN STUDIES
PLAN SUMMARY: A historical and literary analysis of performance poetry from the 1950s to the present, focusing on the effect of varying media such as music and movement on meaning in slam poetry, specifically in the work of Saul Williams.
Sponsors: T. Hunter Wilson, Kathryn Ratcliff
Outside Evaluator: Joanne Hayes, Greenfield Community College

Douglas Adams
Bachelor of Arts
FILM/VISUAL STUDIES/Producing and Directing & VISUAL ARTS
PLAN SUMMARY: Writing, producing and directing a short film with narrative and visual exploration through drawing.
Sponsors: Jay Craven, Timothy Segar 
Outside Evaluator: Stephen R. Bissette, Center for Cartoon Studies

Mark Robert Anderson
Bachelor of Arts
HISTORY
PLAN SUMMARY: An examination of the social history of Victorian England that discusses in detail the establishment of association football.
Sponsors: Timothy Little, John Willis 
Outside Evaluator: Paul Cullity, Keene State College

Samuel S. Austin
Bachelor of Arts
LITERATURE/Film
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of heroism in epic literature and epic film, focusing on heroes who compromise their own personal and societal codes in order to succeed.
Sponsor: Geraldine Pittman de Batlle
Outside Evaluator: Stephen R. Bissette, Center for Cartoon Studies

Katherine Anne Blanchard

Bachelor of Arts
AMERICAN STUDIES & FILM/Video Studies
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of advertising in American history and culture with an emphasis on how ads shape and reflect the construction of feminine identity.
Sponsors: Kathryn Ratcliff, Jay Craven 
Outside Evaluator: Rebecca Hains, Salem State College

Jonathan Lee Boynton
Bachelor of Arts
VISUAL ARTS/Sculpture & Literature
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of sculpture and other media exploring constructed spaces and their contained interiors along with a study of Flannery O'Connor's use of secular narratives to transmit interior Christian themes.
Sponsors: Timothy Segar, T. Hunter Wilson
Outside Evaluator: William Brayton, Hampshire College

Jeffrey Paul Bristol
Bachelor of Arts
ANTHROPOLOGY & HISTORY/Languages
PLAN SUMMARY: An exploration of the effects and interpretation of history in the culture and world of modern West and North Africa.
Sponsors: Carol Hendrickson, Timothy Little, Tom Means
Outside Evaluator: Barbara Worley, University of Massachusetts Boston

Molly Bruce
Bachelor of Arts
POLITICAL SCIENCE/Political Theory & CULTURAL HISTORY/Soviet Studies
PLAN SUMMARY: An exploration of cultural development and politics of truth, focusing on the Soviet Union.
Sponsors: Meg Mott, Dana Howell
Outside Evaluator: James Donelan, Franklin Pierce University

John Myers Carter
Bachelor of Arts
LITERATURE
PLAN: A study of Shakespeare, Faulkner and other selected writers with a focus on the themes of justice and societal structures.
Sponsor: Geraldine Pittman de Batlle
Outside Evaluator: Amy Grillo Angell, Vermont College

Lauren Nicole Castro
Bachelor of Arts
THEATER/Playwriting
PLAN SUMMARY: Studies in theater with particular interest in the craft of playwriting.
Sponsor: Paul Nelsen
Outside Evaluator: Leonard Berkman, Smith College

Erin Jane Cheever
Bachelor of Arts
ANTHROPOLOGY
PLAN SUMMARY: An exploration of the theory and ethnography of globalization and locality.
Sponsors: Carol Hendrickson, Dana Howell 
Outside Evaluator: Abigail Adams, Central Connecticut State University

Matthew Clegg
Bachelor of Arts
AMERICAN STUDIES & LITERATURE
PLAN SUMMARY: An examination of violence and the construction of race in American culture, focusing on the history and spectacle of lynching and the fluid dynamics of race in Ellison's Invisible Man.
Sponsors: Kathryn Ratcliff, John Sheehy
Outside Evaluator: Rashad Shabazz, University of Vermont

Heather Leigh Collins
Bachelor of Arts
VISUAL ARTS & WRITING/Literature
PLAN SUMMARY: An exploration of family and home in a collection of paintings and a body of creative non-fiction with a critical essay examining a contemporary American novel.
Sponsors: Cathy Osman, Gloria Biamonte, John Sheehy 
Outside Evaluator: Margo Culley, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Scott Crocker
Bachelor of Arts
AMERICAN STUDIES/Economics
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of American popular music, from the postwar era to the present day, focusing on its cultural and economic significance.
Sponsors: Kathryn Ratcliff, James Tober 
Outside Evaluator: John Levin, School for International Training

Rebecca Anne Diehl
Bachelor of Arts
LITERATURE/History
PLAN SUMMARY: An examination of nationalism and socio-cultural identity as antagonistic forces in community culture as they are projected through characters and environment in the works of James Joyce.
Sponsors: Heather Clark, Timothy Little 
Outside Evaluator: Cynthia Huntington, Dartmouth College

Ryan Daniel Dolan
Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
RELIGION & POLITICAL SCIENCE/Internet Technologies
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of how one's Christian beliefs affect one's social interactions and understanding of suffering.
INTERNSHIP: Oaxaca, Mexico
Sponsors: Amer Latif, Meg Mott 
Outside Evaluator: Stephen Szolosi, St. Joseph's University

Daniel Dudensing
Bachelor of Arts
MUSIC/Composition
PLAN: An analytical study of a variety of styles and forms from Western musical traditions, and composition of pieces that demonstrate an understanding of specific styles and forms.
Sponsor: Stanley Charkey
Outside Evaluator: Raymond Fahrner, Performing Arts at the Colleges of the Fenway

Charles Egan
Bachelor of Arts
POLITICAL SCIENCE/Political Theory
PLAN SUMMARY: An exploration of the nature of politics outside of the coercive state.
Sponsor: Meg Mott
Outside Evaluator: Todd May, Clemson University

Clare Emhiser
Bachelor of Arts
PSYCHOLOGY & VISUAL ARTS
PLAN SUMMARY: A study in psychology and the visual arts as a foundation for the use of art in therapy.
Sponsors: Thomas Toleno, John Willis 
Outside Evaluator: Humberto Ramirez, Landmark and Vermont Colleges

Sarah Fielding
Bachelor of Arts
LITERATURE/American Studies
PLAN SUMMARY: Drawing on selected literary and cultural texts, the Plan explores how systems of gender and racial privilege are defined and enacted through identity formation and social interaction.
Sponsors: John Sheehy, Heather Clark, Kathryn Ratcliff 
Outside Evaluator: Vincent Schleitwiler, Williams College

Ryon Sabo Frink
Bachelor of Science
COMPUTER SCIENCE/Development Studies
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of open source internet technologies and their use in urban areas of developing nations.
Sponsors: Jim Mahoney, Lynette Rummel 
Outside Evaluator: Birkin James Diana, Brown University

Rachel Anne Gallik Biggs
Bachelor of Arts
ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
PLAN: An investigation of environmental studies with a focus on invasive species ecology and policy.
Sponsor: Jennifer Ramstetter
Outside Evaluator: Charles Curtin, Antioch University New England

Kimberly Ann Geraci
Bachelor of Arts
AMERICAN STUDIES & PSYCHOLOGY
PLAN SUMMARY: An exploration of the social, historical and psychological contexts surrounding feminine beauty ideals, self-image and body work in American culture.
Sponsors: Kathryn Ratcliff, Thomas Toleno 
Outside Evaluator: Rebecca Hains, Salem State College

Aaron Thomas Goodier
Bachelor of Arts
LITERATURE & WRITING
PLAN SUMMARY: An examination of how Dostoevsky and Faulkner used historical context to shape their works of fiction. The work is supplemented by original fiction that uses similar historical concepts with respect to modern America.
Sponsors: T. Hunter Wilson, Geraldine Pittman de Batlle 
Outside Evaluator: Laszio Dienes, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Dustin S. Grant
Bachelor of Arts
LITERATURE
PLAN SUMMARY: An examination of the individual and his society's moral codes in the works of Dostoevsky, Shakespeare and Dickens.
Sponsor: Geraldine Pittman de Batlle
Outside Evaluator: Thomas Wartenberg, Mount Holyoke College

Laura Madison Greco
Bachelor of Arts
AMERICAN STUDIES & SOCIOLOGY
PLAN SUMMARY: An exploration of how the national security state was created in American government and society in the decades following WW II, with an emphasis on how Cold War ideology and policy undermined democracy.
Sponsors: Kathryn Ratcliff, Gerald Levy 
Outside Evaluator: Daniel Horowitz, Smith College

Stephanie Nicole Gregoire
Bachelor of Arts
ASIAN STUDIES/Modern Chinese History
PLAN SUMMARY: An examination of the effects of political changes on Chinese society during the Cultural Revolution and post-Mao reform era.
Sponsor: Seth Harter
Outside Evaluator: Suzanne Zhang-Gottschang, Smith College

Caitlin Elizabeth Harder
Bachelor of Arts
VISUAL ARTS
PLAN SUMMARY: Sculpture, painting and drawing exploring the relationship of objects of human use and the natural world.
Sponsors: Cathy Osman, Timothy Segar 
Outside Evaluator: Lynne Yamamoto, Smith College

Kaitlin Elizabeth Harding
Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
DEVELOPMENT STUDIES & VISUAL ARTS
PLAN SUMMARY: A cross-cultural study of natural disasters drawing on the visual arts and social sciences.
INTERNSHIP: Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala
Sponsors: James Tober, Carol Hendrickson, John Willis 
Outside Evaluator: Abigail Adams, Central Connecticut State University

Carlus Maximilian Cléments Henderson
Bachelor of Arts
WRITING & LITERATURE
PLAN SUMMARY: A collection of short stories considering the fictive dimensions of black manhood in American society. A critical inquiry considering the definitions of black manhood presented in the works of William Faulkner and Toni Morrison.
Sponsors: Laura Stevenson, Gloria Biamonte, John Sheehy 
Outside Evaluator: Michael Carolan, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Philip Joseph Holderith
Bachelor of Arts
WRITING & LITERATURE
PLAN SUMMARY: An examination of the hero in literature who attempts to negate himself through destruction of his own personal value system, through the construction of an original novel and with supporting critical essays on works by Shakespeare, Poe and Dostoevsky.
Sponsors: T. Hunter Wilson, Geraldine Pittman de Batlle
Outside Evaluator: Alan Feldman, Framingham State University

Helen Hummel
Bachelor of Arts
LITERATURE
PLAN SUMMARY: An examination of form and meaning in the prose of James Joyce, to be accompanied by a musical adaptation of Joyce's poetry and an original performance.
Sponsor: Heather Clark
Outside Evaluator: Cynthia Huntington, Dartmouth College

Tracy Anna Husson
Bachelor of Arts
VISUAL ARTS/Environmental Studies
PLAN SUMMARY: An exploration of the natural world through landscape oil painting and a paper examining the relationship between spirituality, agriculture and sustainability.
Sponsors: Cathy Osman, Jennifer Ramstetter 
Outside Evaluator: Eric Aho, independent artist

Talia Jinn Jackson
Bachelor of Arts
RELIGION/Political Science
PLAN: Being Human: An exploration of faith and religion in law, politics and life.
Sponsors: Amer Latif, Lynette Rummel, John Sheehy 
Outside Evaluator: Michael Pittman, Albany College of Pharmacy

Claire Jakubiszyn
Bachelor of Arts
VISUAL ARTS/Environmental Studies
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of sculpture and green building with an emphasis on the use of environmentally conscious materials.
Sponsors: Timothy Segar, James Tober 
Outside Evaluator: Karolina Kawiaka, Dartmouth College

Jennifer Lee Jones
Bachelor of Arts
LITERATURE
PLAN SUMMARY: An examination of the relationship between social structure and control in the works of James Joyce, Anne Hebert and Dostoevsky.
Sponsors: Heather Clark, Geraldine Pittman de Batlle 
Outside Evaluator: Peter Cosgrove, Dartmouth College

Elyse Marie Kalins
Bachelor of Arts
WRITING & LITERATURE
PLAN SUMMARY: A collection of original fiction exploring the interplay of literature and folklore, particularly animal bride and bridegroom stories, with supporting study of the literary fairy tales of Marie-Catherine d'Aulnoy.
Sponsor: T. Hunter Wilson
Outside Evaluator: Alan Feldman, Framingham State University

Michelle A. Kalman
Bachelor of Arts
PSYCHOLOGY/Education
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of preschools, dealing with their educational and psychological grounding and other social, political and economic factors.
Sponsors: Thomas Toleno, Kathryn Ratcliff
Outside Evaluator: Laura Lawson Tucker, early childhood educator

Rafael Rich Kelman
Bachelor of Arts
VISUAL ARTS & RELIGION
PLAN SUMMARY: An investigation into the practice of art and the performance of folly in relation to culture and society.
Sponsors: Cathy Osman, Amer Latif 
Outside Evaluator: Anthony Lee, Mount Holyoke College

Patrick Robert Kennedy
Bachelor of Arts
FILM/VIDEO STUDIES
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of the elements of cinematography.
Sponsor: Jay Craven
Outside Evaluator: Peter Kent, cinematographer

Emily Allison Kiernan
Bachelor of Arts
WRITING & LITERATURE/American Studies
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of the western frontier as a theme in American literature, with an emphasis on the dual conception of the West as a place to disappear into and a place that is itself disappearing.
Sponsors: Laura Stevenson, John Sheehy 
Outside Evaluator: Franklin Reeve, Wesleyan University

Elizabeth Rose Korona
Bachelor of Arts
FILM/VIDEO STUDIES & LANGUAGES/Spanish
PLAN SUMMARY: A look at the political aims and functions of documentary film groups in the United States and Mexico.
Sponsor: Jay Craven
Outside Evaluator: Peter Gould, theater artist and Spanish language specialist

Benjamin Ira Levy
Bachelor of Arts
POLITICAL SCIENCE/Political Theory
PLAN SUMMARY: An exploration of radical pedagogy and its potential for affecting social and educational change.
Sponsors: Meg Mott, Gerald Levy 
Outside Evaluator: C.J. Churchill, St. Thomas Aquinas College

Samuel Max Lowenthal
Bachelor of Arts
ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
PLAN SUMMARY: An exploration of energy and agriculture as humanity faces climate change.
Sponsors: Jennifer Ramstetter, Todd Smith 
Outside Evaluator: Vernon Grubinger, University of Vermont

Elli Katherine Ludwigson
Bachelor of Arts
BIOLOGY & PHOTOGRAPHY
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of visual perception and memory applied to photography.
Sponsors: Todd Smith, Thomas Toleno, John Willis 
Outside Evaluator: Humberto Ramirez, Landmark and Vermont Colleges

Nels Lund
Bachelor of Arts
BIOLOGY/Ecology/Conservation Biology
PLAN SUMMARY: An exploration of ecology and conservation biology with a focus on mutualistic relationships and human impacts in the forests of the Pacific Northwest.
Sponsors: Jennifer Ramstetter, Robert Engel 
Outside Evaluator: Peter Palmiotto, Antioch University New England

Michael Carl Macher
Bachelor of Arts
POLITICAL SCIENCE/Political Theory
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of the relationship between knowledge and authority, focusing on the problem of political courage.
Sponsor: Meg Mott
Outside Evaluator: Todd May, Clemson University

Max Whitney Madalinski
Bachelor of Arts
VISUAL ARTS & ASIAN STUDIES
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of the cultural and artistic cross-fertilization that occurred when Japan opened up to the West in the the 19th century.
Sponsors: Timothy Segar, Seth Harter
Outside Evaluator: Nancy Campbell, Mount Holyoke College

Lynn Michelle Mahoney
Bachelor of Arts
MUSIC & THEATER/Performance Studies
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of theatrical and choral performance.
Sponsors: Paul Nelsen, Stanley Charkey 
Outside Evaluator: Karla Baldwin, The Putney School

Benjamin Grant Martin
Bachelor of Arts
FILM/VIDEO STUDIES
PLAN SUMMARY: An exploration of portrayals in film and television of the ramifications of the development of artificial intelligence and their coexistence with humans.
Sponsors: Jay Craven, Jim Mahoney 
Outside Evaluator: Kenneth Peck, film scholar

Corrin Victoria Meise-Munns
Bachelor of Arts
RELIGION & CULTURAL HISTORY & PHOTOGRAPHY
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of physical and metaphysical journeying in various religious traditions, with a special case study of the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela in Spain.
Sponsors: Amer Latif, Dana Howell, John Willis 
Outside Evaluator: Stephen Szolosi, St. Joseph's University

Jayml Kiran Mistry
Bachelor of Arts
ASIAN STUDIES & WRITING/Illustration
PLAN SUMMARY: A historical and creative inquiry into the societies of 10th- to 13th-century East Asia.
Sponsors: Seth Harter, Laura Stevenson 
Outside Evaluator: Don Wyatt, Middlebury College

Daniel Suydam Orkwis
Bachelor of Arts
ASIAN STUDIES
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of the development of military philosophy in pre-imperial China and the application of that philosophy to the teaching and practice of jujitsu.
Sponsor: Seth Harter
Outside Evaluator: Patrick Donahue, Brattleboro School of Budo

Howard F. Parsons II
Bachelor of Arts
WRITING/Literature
PLAN: A collection of short stories supported by a study of American literature.
Sponsors: Laura Stevenson, John Sheehy 
Outside Evaluator: Franklin Reeve, Wesleyan University

Katherine Rebecca Partington
Bachelor of Arts
POLITICAL SCIENCE/Political Theory & DANCE/Choreography
PLAN SUMMARY: An exploration of power dynamics in the creative process through political theory and dance.
Sponsors: Meg Mott, Kristin Horrigan 
Outside Evaluator: Cathy Nicoli, Keene State College and the Five College's Dance Department

Joshua Aaron Pellerin
Bachelor of Arts
FILM/VIDEO STUDIES
PLAN SUMMARY: Writing and production of a dramatic feature film based on an original story.
Sponsor: Jay Craven
Outside Evaluator: Kenneth Peck, film scholar

Tiffany Jean Phelan
Bachelor of Arts
LITERATURE & HISTORY/Irish Studies
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of literature and history focusing on narrative emplotment in the political history of Charles Stewart Parnell and the fiction of James Joyce.
Sponsors: Geraldine Pittman de Batlle, Timothy Little, Heather Clark 
Outside Evaluator: Paul Cullity, Keene State College

Louisa Grace Pugh
Bachelor of Arts
ANTHROPOLOGY & ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES/Education
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of place-based education in southeastern Vermont, with a focus on nature.
Sponsors: Carol Hendrickson, Jennifer Ramstetter 
Outside Evaluator: Jane Miller, Antioch University New England

Brian Lewis Reed
Bachelor of Arts
ECONOMICS/Chinese Development
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of economics with a focus on private enterprise development in China.
Sponsors: James Tober, Seth Harter 
Outside Evaluator: Linsun Cheng, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Steven Eli Reisman
Bachelor of Arts
SOCIOLOGY/Literature & FILM STUDIES
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of the conflict faced by the creative individual in the social context and how it has been exacerbated by the mechanization of modern Western civilization.
Sponsors: Gerald Levy, Geraldine Pittman de Batlle, Jay Craven 
Outside Evaluator: C.J. Churchill, St. Thomas Aquinas College

Michael Patrick Riley
Bachelor of Arts
WRITING & PHOTOGRAPHY
PLAN SUMMARY: An exploration of the creative narrative through writing original fiction and through photography, with supporting work in literature and music.
Sponsors: T. Hunter Wilson, John Willis 
Outside Evaluator: Alan Feldman, Framingham State University

Paul Daniel Robinson
Bachelor of Arts
LITERATURE
PLAN SUMMARY: An exploration of the interplay between fiction and perceived reality in the works of Italo Calvino, Donald Barthelme and Jorge Luis Borges.
Sponsor: Geraldine Pittman de Batlle
Outside Evaluator: Peter Cosgrove, Dartmouth College

Gabriel Adán Garza Sánchez
Bachelor of Arts
AMERICAN STUDIES & SOCIOLOGY
PLAN SUMMARY: An exploration of the politics of assimilation, identity formation and ethnic ambiguity in relation to Mexican-American youth social movements from the 1930s to the present.
Sponsors: Kathryn Ratcliff, Gerald Levy 
Outside Evaluator: Mari Castaneda, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Kirsten Jessica Schrull
Bachelor of Arts
THEATER & PSYCHOLOGY
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of the therapeutic benefits of theater, acting and performance in clinical and educational settings.
Sponsor: Paul Nelsen
Outside Evaluator: Kimberly Burden, Antioch University New England

Lily Sage Schweitzer
Bachelor of Arts
POLITICAL SCIENCE/Political Theory
PLAN SUMMARY: How shamans, b-boys/girls and anarchists deal with the problems posed by an institutionalized hierarchy.
Sponsors: Meg Mott, Gerald Levy 
Outside Evaluator: Amy Grillo Angell, Vermont College

Samuel Stone Scogin
Bachelor of Arts
AMERICAN STUDIES/Literature
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of the changing nature of the American hero myth in comics and film throughout the 20th century.
Sponsors: Kathryn Ratcliff, John Sheehy 
Outside Evaluator: Stephen R. Bissette, Center for Cartoon Studies

Seth Alexander Sempere
Bachelor of Arts
LITERATURE/Writing
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of language, meaning and faith in the work of Cormac McCarthy and T.S. Eliot.
Sponsors: John Sheehy, Heather Clark 
Outside Evaluator: Paul Mariani, Boston College

Erin Nicole Spevak
Bachelor of Science
BIOLOGY/Animal Behavior
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of ecological and endocrinological bases of avian reproductive behavior.
Sponsor: Robert Engel
Outside Evaluator: Donald Kroodsma, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Richard William Timpson
Bachelor of Arts
BIOLOGY/Conservation Biology
PLAN SUMMARY: An exploration of conservation biology from rare plants to sustainable human communities.
Sponsor: Jennifer Ramstetter
Outside Evaluator: Elizabeth Farnsworth, New England Wild Flower Society

Elizabeth Adams Toleno
Bachelor of Science
BIOLOGY/Ecology/Conservation Biology & MATHEMATICS
PLAN SUMMARY: An investigation of issues in ecology and conservation biology with a focus on the impacts of human disturbance and mathematical analysis.
Sponsors: Jennifer Ramstetter, Matthew Ollis 
Outside Evaluator: Steven Ellsworth, Sierra Nevada College

Jesse Clark Tucker
Bachelor of Arts
FILM/VIDEO STUDIES
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of Brian De Palma's divisive, stylized filmography, incorporating film criticism and literary autobiography.
Sponsor: Jay Craven
Outside Evaluator: Armond White, film critic

Susanna Dorothy Wesenfeld
Bachelor of Arts
LITERATURE/Irish Mythology & WRITING/Creative Writing
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of Irish mythology and its appearance in 20th century literature.
Sponsors: Heather Clark, Laura Stevenson 
Outside Evaluator: Meriem Pages, Keene State College

Justin David Vergottini Wexler
Bachelor of Arts
HISTORY & ANTHROPOLOGY
PLAN SUMMARY: An examination of change and continuity among the indigenous peoples of the Hudson Valley from Verrazzano to Pontiac's war.
Sponsors: Timothy Little, Carol Hendrickson 
Outside Evaluator: John Lund, Keene State College

Heidi Ann Winter
Bachelor of Arts
VISUAL ARTS/Psychology
PLAN SUMMARY: A study of painting, sculpture and other media inspired by cartooning and graffiti with a study of synchronicity and predictive dreams in Jungian dream analysis.
Sponsors: Cathy Osman, Timothy Segar 
Outside Evaluator: Craig Stockwell, Keene State College

James Asher Frankel Young
Bachelor of Arts
BIOCHEMISTRY & THEATER
PLAN: Studies in theater and biochemistry with an emphasis on practical applications.
Sponsors: Todd Smith, Paul Nelsen
Outside Evaluators: Edward Isser, College of the Holy Cross; George O'Toole, Dartmouth Medical School

 

 

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