Maple Scholars summer research July 6, 2010 Photos from: June 2010 Photographer: Jodi H. Beyeler Related links: College students engaged in varied summer research with professors Professor of Biology Jim Miller and junior Hannah Geiser work on some research about the impacts of the domestication of chickens. Senior Liz Gunden and Associate Professor of Art Randy Horst prepare to work on a mural painting project. Senior Chelsea Kaufman and Assistant Professor of English Jessica Baldanzi look at artwork online that relates to stories of stillbirth. Sophomore Peter Martin and junior Greg Thiessen work with Assistant Professor of Biology Andy Ammons on research about the impact of ethanol-induced stress on honey bees. Sophomore Peter Martin examines the recent work of the honey bees he is working with. Professor Emeritus of Physics Carl Helrich and senior David Nyce work on a scientific instrument that they will use for physics experiments this summer. Associate Professor of Physics Paul Meyer Reimer and junior Abe Pauls do x-ray studies of calcite growth. Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science Patricia Oakley, junior Sarah Rody and 2010 graduate Lydia Short are investigating mathematics and music this summer. Professor of History John D. Roth and senior Jacob Swartzentruber talk about their summer research on the Global Anabaptist Wiki project. Seniors Ben Toews and Zach Yordy work with Professor of Physics John Ross Buschert on creating a real-time improvisational music program controlled by gestures.