Denison University, Granville, Ohio, Students. [Derived Headline]
Denison University, Granville, Ohio, students conducted in-depth research this summer:
Maddison Paule of Moon, a biology major, worked on "LvSnail: The role and evolution of cis-regulatory sequences of skeletogenesis in the pencil and green sea urchins, Eucidaris tribuloides and Lytechinus variegatus." Kelsey Ulanowicz of Pittsburgh (15238), a biochemistry and music performance double major, worked on "Characterization of a hypothetical RNA thermometer in Enterobacter cloacae using SHAPE analysis." Emily Smith of Mars, an English literature and theater double major, worked on "Imagining History: Analyzing the Signing of the Declaration of Independence as Represented in Television, Film, and Theatre." Rose Schrott of Pittsburgh, an English literature and Black Studies double major, worked on "Finding the King of Kings within The Lord of the Rings: the elevation of Christian virtues within Tolkien's fantasy." Elizabeth Steenkiste, of Pittsburgh, a biology major and English literature minor, worked on "The effect of histone H3 lysine-79 mutations on H3K79 methylation patterns in the context of UV exposure in Saccharomyces cerevisiae."
John M. Roberts VI, of Sewickley, class of 2015 English major at St. …