Spring 2004 Grant Recipients - (A-F)
 

Student Name

Major(s)

Faculty Mentor(s)

Project Title

Amin Abdinezhad

Biological Sciences

Professor James L. McGaugh
Professor Christa K . McIntyre

The Role of the Immediate-Early Gene Arc on Consolidation of Spatial and Stimulate-Response Memories

Amelia Acker

Women's Studies/ English

Professor Jennifer Terry

The History of Surveillance Technologies and State Interests in Security

Evan F. Anderson

Anthropology

Professor Teresa Caldeira

Tasting Tourism: The New "Sugar" in Paradise

Vasudev J. Bailey

Biomedical Engineering

Professor William C. Tang

Strain Sensitive Array for the Study of Bone Surface Mechanics

Daria P. Bearden

Economics

Professor Ivan Jeliazkov

A Policy Evaluation of the California Enterprise Zone Act

Huan n. Bien

Chemistry

Professor Guey-Chuen Perng

Identify the Promoter of Pro-Apoptosis AL gene Encoded by Herpes Simplex Virus

Erin C. Bufalini

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Professor David Camerini

Effects of Trypanosoma cruzi Infection on HIV-1 Replication

Ryan S. Cadry

International Studies

Professor Wayne Sandholtz

Policies of the IMF: Undermining State Sovereignty?

James Y. Cao

Economics/ Psychology

Professor Priya Ranjan

The Nature of Immigration and its Effects on Wage Inequality and Terms of Trade

Linda Chau

Biological Sciences

Professor Ann Sakai
Professor Stephen Weller

Changes in Sex Allocation Patterns with Artificial Selection in Schiedea salicaria (Caryophyllaceae)

Michelle Y. Chen

Information & Computer Science

Professor William C. Tang

Stem Cells: Are They Mechanosensitive?

Elizabeth Chu

Chemical Engineering

Professor Daniel R . Mumm

Alternative Cathodes for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Shannon J. Curry

Psychology & Social Behavior

Professor Richard Matthew

Violence in Peru: The Effects of Segregation, Poverty, and Abusive Power

Tam T. Dang

Biological Sciences

Professor Stephen G. Weller

The Extent of Inbreeding Depression in Oxalis alpina

Imithri N. De Silva

Neurobiology

Professor Ian Parker

Anatomical Characterization of Intracellular Ca2+ Signaling Proteins in Transgenic Mouse Models of Alzheimer’s Disease

Philip A. Dupre'

Studio Art

Professor Ulysses S. Jenkins

Documentary on Comedian

Hamed Ebrahimi

Information & Computer Science

Professor John LaRue
Professor Richard Nelson

Demonstrate the Utility and Operational Limits of Self-Assembled Networks

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