STS Senior Poster Session April 29 from 4-5:30 pm in Parker-Reed

Victoria Feng, Architecture and Behavior at Colby: How our built environment affects the way we learn and socialize

Ben Hannon, Development of a Standardized and Functional Tactical Emergency
Medical Support Training Program

Dan Hussey, What Is High Fructose Corn Syrup and What Does It Do?  It depends on
whom you ask.

Kelly Kneeland, Controlling the Maine Environment: Three Attempts to Alter the Natural World

Nick Kondiles, License and Regulation, Please: New Standards for the Practice of In
Vitro Fertilization

Neal Kopser, G.S. Callendar’s Following

Matt Lapine, Water Quality Monitoring Technology in Maine Communities: Where Human Understanding Meets Ecological Change

Eoin McCarron, Electromagnetic Disturbances  from Natural and Nuclear Sources:
History and Public Policy

Charlie Spatz, Building with Waste: Fly Ash in the 20th and 21st Centuries

Sarah Large. Clouds: Myth, History, and Science

About James Fleming

James Rodger Fleming is a historian of science and technology and professor of science, technology, and society at Colby College. He is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), elected “for pioneering studies on the history of meteorology and climate change and for the advancement of historical work within meteorological societies,” and a Fellow of the American Meteorological Society, elected for his historical contributions. He recently held the Charles A. Lindbergh Chair in Aerospace History at the Smithsonian Institution and the AAAS Roger Revelle Fellowship in Global Stewardship while a public policy scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Books include Fixing the Sky (Columbia, 2010), Globalizing Polar Science (Palgrave, 2010), Historical Perspectives on Climate Change (Oxford, 1998), and Meteorology in America, 1800-1870 (Johns Hopkins, 1990). He enjoys fishing, good jazz, good barbecue, seeing students flourish, building a community of historians of the geosciences, and connecting the history of science and technology with public policy.
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