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2014 Projects

Faculty Name Position Faculty Department Project Title
Jack Adams Associate Professor Electrical Engineering Powerful, Elegant, and Inexpensive Open System to Measure, Store and Visualize Energy Data - Electrical Engineering
Anne Gatling Assistant Professor Education Promoting STEM Discipline Understanding Through Service Learning
James Kaklamanos Assistant Professor Civil and Mechanical Engineering Statistics in Civil Engineering (SCE): An Interdisciplinary Student Research Program
Janine LeBlanc-Straceski Associate Professor Biology Winter Intersession Research Experience (WIRE)
David MacLaren Associate Professor Biology URIC: Investigating the Effects of Environmentally Realistic Herbicide and Pharmaceutical Exposure on Hormone Concentrations, Reproductive and Aggressive Behavior in Fish
Fr. Rick Piatt Assistant Professor Visual and Performing Arts A Public Panel Conversation with playwright John Patrick Shanley to coincide with the Department of Visual and Performing Arts’ production of his play Doubt
Sandra Raponi Assistant Professor Philosophy Courses on the Philosophy of International Human Rights Law and Global Justice
Kathleen Sills Associate Professor Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum Re-Design for the 21st Century:  Creating an Innovative Interdisciplinary Program in the Visual and Performing Arts
Michael Stroud Assistant Professor Psychology Flipping Inquiry and Methodology through the Innovation of Apple
Christopher Stuetzle Assistant Professor Computer Science Powerful, Elegant, and Inexpensive Open System to Measure, Store and Visualize Energy Data - Computer Science
Paul Vatalaro Professor English The New England Shore: The Inaugural Course in the Field-Based Seminar Series
Marc Veletzos Assistant Professor Civil Engineering Increasing the Impact of the Haiti Service Learning Initiative
Zi Yan Assistant Professor Health Sciences First Year Experience:  Does it facilitate academic performance and acculturation among first year international college students