The Keck Summer Collaborative Research Program focuses on faculty-student collaborative research in the Pacific Northwest, providing undergraduate students with research opportunities in the region. Students and faculty participate in a weekly interdisciplinary seminar on the Linfield campus, which emphasizes the use of technology in the field and classroom, an interdisciplinary approach to research, and the participation in the summer scholarly community at Linfield College. A unique feature of the program is that in the academic year following the summer research experience, faculty and students bring the research data and findings into the classroom.
Submissions from 2012
Regional Identity and the Reputation of Willamette Valley Wines: A Multiple Stakeholder Assessment, Katherine Byers and Julia Prow
Launching through the Surf: The Dory Fleet of Pacific City, Cassidy Davis and Jennifer Layton
Women in Wine, Meghan Gillen and Amanda Maxwell
RxP Project: Prescription Privileges for Psychologists: Perceptions, Knowledge and Attitude Change of Oregon Psychologists, Jenna D. Johnson, Amber Hay, Allyna Murray, Jessica C. Lucas, and Tanya Tompkins
The Economic Impact of Echo Red 2 Red: A Mountain Biking Event, Katie Main and Kadin Hashimoto