Through the Summer Scholar program, the Mellon Foundation supports undergraduate research in the humanities and social sciences. Mellon Summer Scholar projects are connected to students’ ongoing programs of study. Students and faculty mentors are paired using the scholar development model. For some students, the summer research lays the foundation for a senior capstone project. For others, it continues a line of inquiry begun in a previous course. Together with their faculty mentors, undergraduates design and complete projects, share results with our campus and professional communities, and reflect on what they have learned. The Mellon Foundation has supported this work since 2006.

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The Revolving Door of Education: Teacher Turnover and Retention amongst the Graduates of a Liberal Arts Teacher Education Program, Gregory W. Dachille and Chloe Ruff

2016

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Why Women Choose Dance: An Analysis of Balinese Women’s Participation in the Arts, Brittany N. Barry
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Black Praxis: The Trace of Jamesian Pragmatism in DuBoisian Scholar Activism, Jerome D. Clarke

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Gettysburg College Through Time, Andrew I. Dalton

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Unmasking Penn Face: Measuring the Phenomenon and Its Relationship to Other Personality Constructs, Meagan A. Lupolt

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Bodies in Conflict: From Gettysburg to Iraq, Schmucker Art Gallery

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Global Climate Change, Fair Trade, and Coffee Price Volatility, Thomas M. Segerstrom

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Maps as Art: Using Digital Media to Bring Art & Cartography to Life, Daniella M. Snyder

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A Lady's Tour of Europe, Narrated Through Letters Home (1862-1868), Mikki L. Stacey

2015

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Indigenous Institutional Inclusion, Kristy L. Garcia

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The Bosnian Muslims and the Irish Perspective, Gabriel C. Kelly

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Walking Together: Living Fearlessly, Loving Boldy, Anna M. Malone

Between Absence and Presence: Exile, Memory, and the Archival Impulse, Dalia Sofer
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2014

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Argentina's 2001 Default: Foreign Policy Considerations and Consequences, Joshua K. Alley

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Musical and Linguistic Negotiations in a Cross-Cultural Music Learning Context, Alice C. Broadway

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History Abroad: How Do Denmark and the U.S. Measure Up?, Louis T. Gentilucci

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We Are Sherpa, Joshua H. Ginder
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Making the Invisible Heard: German-Kurdish Cultural Organizations and Transnational Networks, Drew A. Hoffman

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Gazing at Haw Par villa: Cultural Tourism in Singapore, VoonChin Phua and Joseph W. Miller

2013

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Pointless Hyperelliptic Curves, Ryan P. Becker and Darren B. Glass

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Carruthers and Constitutive Self-Knowledge, John C. Hill

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The Minimum Wage, Decent Wages, and Time Sovereignty in the European Union, Kathleen A. Ragon

2012

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Challenging The “Man” In Mangroves: The Missing Role Of Women In Mangrove Conservation, Alyssa L. Bosold

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A Diachronic Analysis of Schwa in French, Joshua M. Griffiths

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Approximating Optimal Dudo Play with Fixed-Strategy Iteration Counterfactual Regret Minimization, Todd W. Neller and Steven C. Hnath

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First Step Toward Freedom: Women in Contraband Camps In and Around the District of Columbia During the Civil War, Lauren H. Roedner

2011

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Tourism Studies: Haw Par Villa Theme Park, Joseph W. Miller

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Social Memory and Landscape: A Cross-Cultural Examination, Joshua L. Stewart