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    • Sponsored Programs
      Open House Slide Show
    • Isidro Bosch, Biology
      San Salvador, Bahamas
    • 2010 Great Day Keynote Address
      Helen Epstein
      “Trying to Tell the Truth: Researching
      and Writing Memoir”
    • Kurt Fletcher, Physics
      The Power of Physical Science
      Sponsor: National Science Foundation
    • Michael Lynch, PsychologyTraumatic Stress Among Violence-Exposed YouthSponsor: National Institute of Health
    • Benjamin Laabs, Geological SciencesClimate and Chronology of The Last Glacial-Interglacial Transition,
      North-Central Great Basin, USA
      Sponsor:National Science Foundation
    • Linda Steet, Education2010-2011 Fulbright Scholar
      Year in Jordan
    • Geneseo Students presenting poster at
      American Astronomical Society Meeting in Seattle
      Geneseo Students at
      WIYN 3.5m telescope at Kitt Peak
      Aaron J. Steinhauer, Physics
      Space and Atmospheric Research
      Sponsor: NASA Ames Research Center
    • Michelle Costello and Kim Davies Hoffman, Milne LibraryLILAC, Library Instruction Leadership Academy
    • Caroline Haddad, Mathematics
      Collaborative Research:  A Phase II Expansion of the Development of a Multidisciplinary Course on Wavelets and Applications
      Sponsor: National Science Foundation
    • Denise Scott, Sociology
      Fulbright Scholar, India
    • Wendy Pogozelski, ChemistrySponsors: Dreyfus Foundation,
      National Science Foundation
    • GREAT DAY
      Poster Sessions
    • Kevin Militello, BiologyCytosine DNA Methylation and Transcriptional
      Repression in African Trypanosomes
      Sponsor:    National Institute of Health (NIH)
    • Ronald Herzman, EnglishDante's Comedia
      Sponsor: National Endowment for the Humanities
    • David Geiger, Chemistry
      Molecular Structure Laboratory: Fourier Transform Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (FTNMR) Spectrometer and Ancilliary Instrumentation at SUNY Geneseo
      Sponsor: Department of Energy
    • David Gordon, Office of the Provost
      Bringing Theory to Practice, Real World Geneseo
    • Ming Mei Chang, BiologyJeansee LLC Project
    • Michael Rozalski, EducationSecond Step Program, Stage 7
      Sponsor: Genesee Valley Health Partnerships
    • Kazu Yokoyama, ChemistrySponsor: National Science Foundation
    • Rosemarie Chierici, AnthropologyHaiti Outreach-PwojeEspwa/H.O.P.E.
    • Anthony J. Macula, MathematicsNational Science Foundation
    • Elisabeth Cox, Biology Analysis of Tropomodulin Function During Endothelial Tube Development Sponsor:  Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
    • Jeffrey Peterson, ChemistryCorrelated Charge and Fluorescence
      Measurements of Single CdSe Quantum Dots
      Sponsor: Research Corporation
    • Susan Norman, School of Education
      Rochester Young Scholars Academy at SUNY Geneseo (RYSAG)
      Sponsor: Rochester City School District,
      Rochester Area Community Foundation
    • Steve Padalino, Physics
      National Inertial Confinement Fusion Program/
      Laboratory for Laser Energetics
      Department of Energy
    • Steve Derne, Sociology
      Welling Being in India
      Sponsor: US Department of Education
      Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Abroad Program
    • Amy Sheldon, Geology
      Do CFCs and SF6 Behave as Reactive Tracer in Low Carbon Content Sedimentary Aquifers?
      National Science Foundation ARRA Funding
    • Jerald Wrubel, Career ServicesJob Locator FundingSponsor: US Department of Education
    • Jennifer Rogalsky, GeographyFulbright Scholar, Ghana