Research by a number of St. Bonaventure University students has been accepted for the 17th Annual Penn-York Conference for Undergraduates that will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, on campus.
Undergraduate college students in any field of study were invited to submit their research for presentation, particularly those in the behavioral and social sciences; biological, computational and physical sciences; health-related and applied sciences; and the humanities. In addition to St. Bonaventure, students from Pitt-Bradford, Hilbert College, Alfred University, Houghton College, and Pitt-Titusville will be participating.
The following are St. Bonaventure students who will give oral presentations and the titles of their projects:
Poster presentations detailing research by the following St. Bonaventure students and faculty will be presented:
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