Tag: Madeline Killian

  • Enlightened Scientific Contributions of Women in 18th Century Spain

    By Madeline Killian Faculty Mentor: Dr. Elizabeth Lewis Abstract In the Age of the Enlightenment, women of nobility in Spain began to gain some authority to make important contributions to society in various ways. Through examining primary and secondary sources, and records from museums and archives in Madrid, we are able to gain insight into […]

  • Rotational Dynamics Of Asymmetric Molecules

    By Madeline Killian Faculty Mentor: Dr. Varun Makhija Abstract Light interacts with molecules constantly in nature. Understanding these interactions gives us more insight into what our world is made up of. When light hits a molecule it is absorbed by the electrons in the molecule. The goal of the overarching research is to make a […]