Bryn Athyn College offers a number of research opportunities for faculty and students. One of our most prestigious research projects is our ongoing Deer Study, which works to track white-tailed deer fitted with high tech GPS/GSM radio collars in the suburban oasis of the Pennypack Watershed.
Each summer, faculty members are eligible for research grants from the institution, and many faculty members apply for outside research grants as well.
|2012-2013 Faculty Research Projects|
|Sean Lawing||Disfigurement in Old Norse-Icelandic Culture|
|Eugene Potapov||Monitoring of the Steller’s Sea Eagle in the Magadan Distric, NE Russia|
|Jane Williams-Hogan||Chapter 5. Reason and Faith, Faith and Reason–A Human Project|
|Human Use of the Pennypack Preserve|
|Sonia Werner||Growth of the Female Mind|
|Wendy Closterman||Relationships between living and dead: Women’s roles in ancient Greek funerary ritual|
|2011-2012 Faculty Research Projects|
|Ed Gyllenhaal||The Origin and Development of Three-Dimensional Nativity Scenes|
|Martha Gyllenhaal||Rembrandt’s Secret Use of Statues and Casts: New Insights into His Studio Practices and Working Methods|
|Sean Lawing||Christianity and Infant Abandonment in Old Norse-Icelandic Culture|
|Neil Simonetti||Dynamic Programming Algorithms for Multi-Vehicle Routing Problems with Time Windows|
|Eugene Potapov||Steller’s Sea Eagle monitoring in the Russian Far East|
|Jane Williams-Hogan||Swedenborg the Philosopher—Reason and Faith, Faith and Reason—A Human Project|
|Ray Silverman||A Seamless Garment: A Study of the Four Gospels as a Divinely Arranged Narrative|
Research & Our Majors
All of our majors are supported by research opportunities. As a biology major, you might join the Deer Study and track the movement patterns of white-tailed deer. As a history major, you might delve into the Archives and explore the cultural impact of the Bryn Athyn Historic District. As a psychology major, you work under a clinical psychologist, examining traits of autism.