Welcome to Celebrating Scholarship 2016
This site features works produced by Franklin & Marshall College faculty and professional staff during the 2015 calendar year.
An exhibit of the works is on view in the lobby of the Shadek-Fackenthal Library until March 31, 2016.
Guide to the site
This site features author-submitted citations to works produced in calendar year 2015. It is arranged alphabetically by the last name of the Franklin & Marshall College author. Author names appear in bolded text.
Amelia Rauser. “Living Statues and Neoclassical Dress in Late Eighteenth-Century Naples.” Art History, vol. 38 no. 3, 2015: 462-487.
Hales KG, Korey CA, Larracuente A, and Roberts DM. (2015). "Genetics on the fly: a primer on the Drosophila model system." Genetics. Nov; 201(3):815-42.
Kunttas-Tatli E, von Kleeck R#, Greaves B#, Vinson D, Roberts DM*, and McCartney BM*. (2015). "The SAMP1 and SAMP2 repeats of APC2 and their phosphorylation state play distinct roles during Wnt signaling in Drosophila." Molecular Biology of the Cell. 26(24):4503-18. * = co-corresponding authors; # = F&M undergraduate.
Rondini, Ashley C. 2015. “Observations of Critical Consciousness Development in the Context of Service Learning.” Teaching Sociology 43(2):137—145. View abstract online.
Rondini, Ashley C. 2015. “[Mis]Placing Race in Biomedical Clinical Context: Racial Categories, Medical Research, and the Reproduction of Health Disparities.” Sociology Compass 9(8):704—717. View abstract online.
Rondini, Ashley C. 2016 [2015 Online First version]. “Healing the Hidden Injuries of Class?: Redemption Narratives, Aspirational Proxies, and Parents of Low-Income First Generation College Students.” Sociological Forum 31(1). View abstract online.
Roth, T.C., and A.R. Krochmal. 2015. "The role of age-specific learning and experience for turtles navigating a changing landscape." Current Biology 25:333-337.View abstract online.
Krochmal, A.R., T.C. Roth, S. Rush*, K. Wachter*. 2015. "Turtles outsmart rapid environmental change: the role of cognition in navigation." Communicative and Integrative Biology. *indicates student author. View abstract online.
Roth, T. C., A. R. Krochma, Z. Nemeth. 2015. "Thinking about change: An integrative approach for examining cognition in a changing world." Integrative and Comparative Biology.
For more information
Celebrating Scholarship 2016 exhibit produced by: Jenn Buch, Research Services Assistant | Carol Kornhauser, Receipts Specialist & Budgets Coordinator Mike Horn, Administrative Services & Visual Resources Assistant | Meg Massey, Interlibrary Loan Assistant
Meghan Kelly, Research & Emerging Technologies Librarian | Lisa Stillwell, Research & Instruction Librarian
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