Rachel Keselring of West Bloomfield was among 93 Denison University students chosen to conduct in-depth research this summer.
The faculty-led programs took place on the campus and included undertakings in the sciences, humanities, social sciences and arts. Keselring, a psychology and educational studies double major, completed research with assistant professor Rebecca Rosenberg on a project titled "The Role of Containment in Infants' Representations of Quantity of Substances."
Keselring was also one of 337 students named to the university's spring Dean's List. Students who achieve dean's list status have maintained a grade point average of 3.7 or better for the semester.