St. Bonaventure University will host the 2015 Arts and Sciences Exposition on Thursday, April 23, and Friday, April 24.
The event, which is open to St. Bonaventure employees and students, will take place in the Doyle Hall Trustees Room and Dining Hall.
The exposition features student-made projects from a variety of academic fields including, biology, chemistry, computer science, English, history, mathematics, physics, psychology and visual and performing arts. These projects will be on display for the entirety of both days.
The student participants will be present to answer questions about their projects during the catered reception from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, April 23.
Dr. Christopher Hill, assistant professor of mathematics at St. Bonaventure and the organizer of the Expo, said the event “is an annual celebration of exceptional mentored work by students in the St. Bonaventure School of Arts & Sciences.”
“Each year, there are so many excellent and varied projects by Arts and Sciences students,” Hill said. “The question is not, ‘Why host an expo?’ but rather, ‘How could we not host an expo?’”
In addition, the exposition allows students who have worked diligently on projects a chance to display their work and show what they have accomplished.
“Students have the pleasure of sharing their wonderful work with people outside of their disciplines,” Hill said. “The campus community has the pleasure of seeing first-hand the incredible quality and variety of projects by Arts and Sciences students and, at the reception, of speaking directly to the students.”
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