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  • A study of women and science in U.S. history with an emphasis on education and employment. SPONSORS: Kathryn E. Ratcliff, Mark Francillon OUTSIDE EVALUATOR: Karen Cangialosi, Keene State College
    2014: American Studies/Gender Studies & Computer Science

  • A study of neuroscience and computer science focusing on artificial replacements and biological technology.
    2014: Biochemistry & Computer Science

  • A study of biology and computer science with an eye toward regional planning and conservation issues. SPONSORS: Robert E. Engel, Mark Francillon OUTSIDE EVALUATOR: Tom Mallony, CT River Watershed Council
    1997: Biology/Ecology & Computer Science

  • An investigation of the biological and computational aspects of the emerging field of bioinformatics. PROJECT: Design of a bioinformatics software suite capable of analyzing and extracting information from genomic sequence data. Integration of software into a website with written content addressing biological and computational aspects of the field. SPONSOR: Todd Smith
    2014: Biology/Molecular & Computer Science

  • A study of programming languages and program design techniques with a focus on the complex structure of the modern computer game. PROJECT: The design of a computer game based upon the 1979 fantasy board game Magic Realm. The game’s code impliments basic features and shows proof of concept. The code is written in the Java programming language. SPONSOR: Mark Francillon
    2014: Computer Science

  • A study of development of internet protocol version 6 and a comparison to the internet protocol version 4. The development of an application which will allow a user to recieve and send e-mail. SPONSORS: Mark Francillon OUTSIDE EVALUATOR: Scott Snowdon, Computer Consultant
    1996: Computer Science

  • A study of systems analysis, object oriented programming, and the foundations of computer science. SPONSORS: Adrian J. Segar, James H. Mahoney OUTSIDE EVALUATOR: David Weisbrod, Columbia University
    1992: Computer Science

  • Programming for the web. PROJECT: Implementation of a java-based web application with a database backend. Supporting papers on intelligent agents and java programming techniques. SPONSOR: James H. Mahoney OUTSIDE EVALUATOR: Brandt Kurowski, Green River Data Analysis
    2014: Computer Science

  • A study of computer science with emphasis on cryptology and distrubuted computing. SPONSORS: Mark Francillon OUTSIDE EVALUATOR: Robert Silverman, Security Dynamics Corporation
    1998: Computer Science

  • A study of file sharing applications and their impact on college campuses. PROJECT: One paper, two project journals. The paper is an examination of current file sharing applications, their impact on college campuses, and how colleges have responded to that impact. The first journal was kept while building a small network and Linux firewall. The second journal discusses the work done by the Marlboro College Acceptable Use policy Committee. SPONSOR: Mark Francillon
    2014: Computer Science