Archives for the ‘Dintersmith’ Category

Theory-building 1: Penelope Allison

By • Jun 13th, 2009 • Category: Dintersmith, Honors Thesis, Research

What I’ve been doing to start out is reading some books which will help me to determine how to approach my topic, what questions I’m interested in asking, and what data to collect. My goal in approaching this thesis is to integrate classics, archaeology, anthropology, history, etc. The field of classical archaeology tends to have […]

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Dintersmith Fellowship

By • May 19th, 2009 • Category: Dintersmith, Honors Thesis, Research, Thesis

It is with great pleasure, excitement, and gratitude that I announce I am a Dintersmith Fellow, ’09-’10.  I will be using this honor and scholarship to help me in my honors thesis endeavors this summer in Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina.  I have made a page, Honors Thesis, accessible in the left side panel, that describes my […]

I will not call this post “Hello World”

By • Jul 12th, 2008 • Category: Dintersmith, doctor, First post, General Technology, Heather, Research, sensation and perception

Not being a prolific writer, I am not sure how to begin this blog.  A friend advised me start with how I got into research.  I suppose that’s as good a place to begin as any.
In the fall of 2007, my lab partner for orgo II mentioned that she was doing research for the biology […]