Research

2006 Cahill Award Winners

  • Antje Almeida, Chemistry, "Does the Activity of Antimicrobial Peptides Depend on their Amino Acid Sequence?"
  • Pascale Barthe, Foreign Languages and Literatures, "Searching and Analyzing Archival Sources Pertaining to a Sixteenth Century French Embassy to Constantinople"
  • Anne Berkeley, Theater, "Summer Institute: Making Theater/Facilitating Dialogue"
  • William Bolduc, Communications, "Professional Advanced Training in the Fast Moving Field of Digital Media Production"
  • Heather Coopman, Biology and Marine Biology, "The Evolution of Specialized Lipids in the Toothed Whales"
  • Steve Elliot, Sue Combs and Candra Thornton, Health and Applied Human Sciences, "Measuring the effectiveness of an intervention designed to promote physical activity for at-risk students in New Hanover County Schools"
  • W. Taylor Fain, History, "The United States, Great Britain, and the Creation of the British Indian Ocean Territory"
  • Douglas Gamble, Geography and Geology, "Satellite Image Analysis of San Salvador, Bahamas: Assessment of Rainfall Processes and Hurricane Damage"
  • Glen Harris, History, "Liberalism and Identity in Mid-Century America: Black and Jewish Perspectives"
  • Jennifer Horan, Political Science, "Impact of Transnational Scientific Community on Environmental Conservation in the Galapagos"
  • Mariana Johnson, Film Studies, "Film Culture in Pre-Revolutionary Cuba"
  • Amy Kirschke, Art History, "Ghana: The Artist and Independence"
  • Michael McCartney, Biology and Marine Biology, "Massive Introgression of Gamete Recognition Genes in Hybridizing Blue Mussels: Cellular and Molecular Evolutionary Studies"
  • Vibke Olson, Art History, "Mapping Burgudian Romanesque Capitals: A Pilot GPS Project"
  • Frereshteh Rostampour, Theater, "Broadway Lighting Master Class"
  • David Sepkoski, History, "An Investigation of the Papers of George Gaylord Simpson"
  • Scott Simmons, Anthropology, "Ancient Maya Metals: A Typological Analysis of Copper Artifacts at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian"
  • Paul Townsend, History, "Between Two Worlds: Irish Nationalists and Imperial Adventure 1870-1898"
  • Marcel van Tuinen, Biology and Marine Biology, "Equipment Request for a Novel 'Ancient DNA' Facility at UNCW"
  • Lewis Walker, English, "Shakespeare's Henry IV, Part 1: The Advent Play of Mind"