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Three sociology students presented their research at the 81st annual meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society on February 26 in Philadelphia.
The title of the show is "Comedy in the Cosmos" and features a series of paintings and drawings. A reception will be held on Friday, March 4 from 5:00-8:00pm; wine and refreshments will be served. CTB is located at 203 North Aurora Street.
Alan Ball’s, “Bachelor Holiday” will be directed by Vince Pagan ’11 as the second of two of the department’s Senior Directing Projects. Tickets for “Bachelor Holiday” are free.
Adam has received a research grant from the Rochester Academy of Science.
This is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing its members and the community with a means to study and learn about astronomy, anthropology, the life sciences, minerals, and fossils.
The funds will be used to support his research with Susan Swensen.
Laura Murphy (Biology '11) and Ed Cluett presented, "Use of the Phospholipase A2 Inhibitor ONO RS-082 to Dissect the Transport Route of LDL-derived FreeCholesterol". American Society for Cell Biology, Philadelphia, PA. (Co-authored by Laura Murphy, Lauren Krisak (both Biology '11), and Edward B. Cluett.
- Laura received an Undergraduate Award from the American Society of Cell Biology and an award from Ithaca's H&S Educational Grant Initiative to attend this meeting.