Research Update: Living Life in the ‘Burg (Still)

I am definitely accustomed to taking a breather, even if just for a week back home in Massachusetts, after the end of the semester and final exams. Usually we all have at least a small chunk of time in between the end of spring semester and the start of a job, an internship or summer classes. After I chose my research topic, however, I decided to remain in Williamsburg and start my work right after exams. And that’s when things really got crazy (Nope, actually, they did not).

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Programming, Designing, writing and Presenting

So research is fully underway already. Since I’m lucky enough to have an old project from last summer to finish up in addition to the new one, I’m at a particular stage of the game where I am simultaneously designing protocols for new projects, programing preliminary code, at the same time reviewing old code so that I can finish writing the paper on the old project, all the while running around campus to give presentations on it…busy, confusing, but lots of fun.

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Introduction – Social and Legal Marginalization of Unwed Mothers

Hi all!  My name is Amy Nicole Clinger and I am rising senior at the College.  I am doing research for my senior honors thesis.  My project has two components.

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