Monthly Archives: October 2010

CCSRE Life Stories Project: Ian McCray

Discuss this project in MiddLab “Life Stories of Middlebury College” is a multi-phase initiative intended to gather people’s experiences while at the college, particularly reflections that highlight issues of diversity. In his interview, Ian McCray discusses the transfer student experience, … Continue reading

CCSRE Life Stories Project: Miguel Fernández

Discuss this project in MiddLab “Life Stories of Middlebury College” is a multi-phase initiative intended to gather people’s experiences while at the college, particularly reflections that highlight issues of diversity. In his interview, discusses growing up while living abroad, studying … Continue reading

CCSRE Life Stories Project: Ryan Kellett

Discuss this project in MiddLab “Life Stories of Middlebury College” is a multi-phase initiative intended to gather people’s experiences while at the college, particularly reflections that highlight issues of diversity. In his interview, Ryan Kellett discusses issues of diversity he … Continue reading

Deconstructing Butter

Discuss this project in MiddLab View the project blog Can a fiction based upon a hoax tell us anything about who we are? “Spinning Into Butter” is a controversial and award-winning play, inspired by a racial incident that occurred while … Continue reading

Sophia Wang ‘13: The Splendor of Europe: Art Markets in Antwerp, Amsterdam, and London

The Global Market- MBH 216 at 6:00 p.m. from the Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium Faculty Sponsor: Pieter Broucke, History of Art & Architecture Major: International Studies This research endeavor will bring us to the art markets of Antwerp, Amsterdam and … Continue reading

Doug Shultz ‘10: The Changing Landscape of Migrant Labor Markets in China: Differences in Compensation Across Space

Session: The Global Market- MBH 216 at 5:40 p.m. from the Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium Faculty Sponsor: Anne Knowles, Geography Major: Geography/Economics Chinese household registration policy classifies each citizen as either an urban or rural dweller. Based upon factors such … Continue reading

Emily Gullickson ‘10: Gastronomic Hierarchies of Value: A Case Study of the Market for French AOC Wines

Discuss this project in MiddLab Session: The Global Market- MBH 216 at 5:20 p.m. from the Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium Faculty Sponsor: Thierry Warin, International Studies; Linus Owens, Sociology & Anthropology Major: International Studies The business model of the food … Continue reading

J.P. Allen ‘11: Made in Tianguis: Informal Commerce in Guadalajara, Mexico

Session: The Global Market- MBH 216 at 5:00 p.m. from the Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium Faculty Sponsor: Nicole Chance, International Programs & Off Campus Study Major: Political Science Guadalajara, Mexico’s second largest city, has grown and thrived primarily through commerce. … Continue reading

Derek Matus ‘12: Architecture and Identity: Moshe Safdie’s Ben Gurion Airport

Session: Jewish Identity: Influences and Reflections- MBH 216 at 3:30 p.m. from the Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium Faculty Sponsor: Jennifer Hock, History of Art & Architecture Major: History of Art & Architecture/Studio Art My presentation will discuss the construction of … Continue reading

Lauren Sanchez ‘11: Changes in Leaf Area Index (LAI) due to Ice Storm Damage at Harvard Forest

Discuss this project in MiddLab Session: Slow Growth- MBH 216 at 10:45 a.m. from the Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium Faculty Sponsor: Steve Trombulak, Biology Major: Enviromental Studies and Biology Research Support: US Department of Energy Terrestrial ecosystems play an integral … Continue reading