Summer Scholarship, Creative Arts and Research Projects Program
The Summer Scholarship, Creative Arts and Research Projects (SCARP) program was created to support independent student research under the sponsorship of a faculty mentor. The program is a non-credit experiential learning program designed to enhance professional skills and provide a competitive advantage to participating students in the pursuit of career opportunities and graduate studies. At the same time, participating faculty scholars and researchers will benefit from student involvement in support of professional scholarship and research agendas.
For participating in the program, students will receive a training stipend, room and board for the duration of their projects (from 3 to 10 weeks), and a professional experience as part of a scholarship/research community. They will also benefit from highly personalized mentoring from active researchers and scholars.
SCARP has been approved as a supervised research option that fulfills one of the two required Signature Learning Experiences (SLE) for Elizabethtown College students. Read more about SCARP and other Signature Learning Experiences here.
Previous projects can be found on the JayScholar @ Etown website.
For more information about SCARP, please contact Susan Mapp at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications for Summer SCARP 2021 will be accepted from Jan. 25 through Feb. 19
Summer SCARP 2020 Presentations
Please contact email@example.com for more information about presentations.
10:00 am-12:00 noon
Nucleobase-Modified Peptide Nucleic Acids for Sequence Selective Triple-Helical Recognition of Non-Coding RNA
Dr. James Mackay
Serum progesterone and reproductive ultrasounds provide further insight on Ursus americanus pregnancy timelines
Dr. J. Bernardo Mesa Cruz
Support for Science-related Educational Training and Trauma-Informed Work in Somaliland
Dr. Anya Goldina, Dr. Gene Behrens,
and Mrs. Carol Costa Ouimet
Lacrosse Goalie Hand Biomechanics
Dr. Kurt DeGoede
Postmodern Portfolio Theory
Dr. Tim McDevitt
Leaving the Nail Unhammered: Pre modern Attitudes Towards Transgender People in Japan
Dr. Matt Skillen
12:40 pm-3:00 pm
Anatomy in Art: Exploring Human Anatomy and Physiology through Art
Rebecca E. Kruse
Dr. Anya Goldina and Mrs. Carol Costa Ouimet
A Performance Study between Machine Learning and Deep Learning Methods on Network Traffic Analysis
Matthew Grohotolski and Conor DiLeo
Dr. Peilong Li
Building a Secure Inter-institutional Data Sharing Platform with Blockchain
Grace Cuff and Jeffry Edmonds
Dr. Jingwen Wang
Effects of Vaping on Positive Affect, Negative Affect, and Stress: A Pilot Study of College and Community Samples
Emily Lamison and Jen Mele
Dr. Elizabeth Dalton
Putting Historic Marietta on The Map: This Place Matters!
Kyle C. Cappucci
Professor Jean-Paul Benowitz
Investigations in Wearable, Fiber and Mixed Media Works of Art
Professor Milt Friedly
3D-Printed Housing Development and Testing of a Lateral Flow Assay for Lead Detection in Drinking Water
Donato Grimaldi and Gina Bongiovanni
Dr. Brenda Read-Daily