The 2010 Exposition spanned Wednesday, April 28 to Friday, April 30 and featured a record 48 participants and 40 projects. The projects included research on the chemical basis of traditional indian medicines, an analysis of the friendship between the Marquis de Lafayette and George Washington, and portraits of great African-American musicians.
The many visitors to the reception included Vice President and Provost Mike Fischer and University President Sr. Margaret Carney, O.S.F, S.T.D.
The complete list of participants, projects, and mentors appears below the photos. The list is available as a pdf here: SRCE Exposition 2010 Program.
The 2010 Expo featured so many wonderful projects and the reception attracted so many visitors that the Trustees Room was positively crowded. Next year, we move to a new, larger venue!
To participate in the Student Research & Creative Endeavors Exposition, a student or group of students must be invited by a faculty member in the Arts & Sciences who considers their work “substantial” and “meritorious.” All projects were completed between the summer of 2009 and the spring of 2010. The projects are indexed by the mentors’ departments/programs.
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