Hundreds of students, faculty and staff attended the 16th Annual Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium in the Hogan Ballroom. The symposium included more than 70 poster presentations featuring research conducted by students and faculty in the departments of math and computer science, physics, chemistry, biology, psychology, sociology and anthropology, and economics.
Robert Nazarian ’12, a history and physics double major from North Providence, R.I., presents his summer research titled “A Spectral Analysis of Black Hole Candidate 4U1630-472,” to Timothy Austin, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the College. Nazarian worked with Tomohiko Narita, associate professor of physics at Holy Cross.
Alice Simcoe-Matthews ’10, a psychology major with premedical and biological psychology concentrations from Somers, Conn., interned at Autism Speaks this summer. She blogged about her experience on the Holy Cross Web site.
Photography by Dan Vaillancourt