Inspired by a class she took freshman year, the comparative literature major studied Don Quijote as a site of performance.
The archival research she did for her thesis on policing prostitution in 18th-century Paris helped convince the French major that her future is in archival studies or library science.
The psychology major integrated all of her areas of study—including her minors in educational studies and child and family studies as well as her concentration in peace, justice, and human rights—in her senior thesis.
Working in the lab of Assistant Professor Lou Charkoudian ’03, the chemistry major helped create a type II polyketide catalog, which identified 78 polyketides of known producing sequence and structure and indexed key pieces of information about each of these molecules.
The linguistics and growth and structure of cities double major researched the implications of Federal Reserve policy rhetoric for her joint thesis.