Falvey Scholars 2006
Seniors who have accomplished exceptional undergraduate research will present papers at the Falvey Scholars 2006 event, beginning with lunch at noon, Friday, May 5 in Falvey. For the fourth year, Falvey will recognize outstanding student scholars.
The 2006 Scholars include
Nicholas O’Donoughue: "An Intelligent Patient Monitoring System for Hospital ICUs," College of Engineering, Faculty advisor: Dr. Sarvesh Kulkarni;
Lauren Ciancia, "Service Learning: Necessary but Not Sufficient in the Urban Quest for Systemic Change,” Faculty advisor: Dr. Rick Eckstein, sociology, Second reader: Dr. Robert DeFina, sociology;
Diane Coffey, "A Freirian Analysis of Millennium Development Goal 2: Universal Primary Education," Faculty advisor: Dr. Catherine Hill, education & human services, Second readers: Dr. Helen Lafferty, education & human services and Dr. Terry Nance, communication;
Charles Girard, "Truth and the Other: Re-thinking Christian Hermeneutics," Faculty advisor: Dr. David Schindler, Humanities & Augustinian Traditions, Second reader: Dr. Anthony Godzieba, theology & religion;
Scott Niglio, "Visualization of a Common Region of Integration for Mouse Mammary Tumor Virus by Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization," Faculty advisor: Dr. Janice Knepper, biology, Second reader: Dr. Mary Kay Francis, biology.
Contributed by Joe Lucia, University librarian and library director