March 22, 2004
Gordon Ovenshine (724) 738-4854; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
SYMPOSIUM FOR RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP INCLUDES
LUNCHEON AND LECTURE FOR PUBLIC THURSDAY
ROCK, Pa. – Forty-four students from diverse academic fields
are presenting at SRU’s Symposium for Research and
Scholarship, a hallmark event that highlights the outstanding
academic accomplishments of undergraduate and graduate students.
The symposium is Thursday and Friday [March 25-26.]
agriculture, organic cuisine and sustainable food production will
be the focus of the Good Food Lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Thursday in Boozel Dining Hall. Entrees include meat, vegan
and vegetarian options. Price is $4 for students, $5 for all others
attendees. Tickets may be bought at the door.
Joan Fox, director of the Center for Integrative Medicine at The
Cleveland Clinic, and professor of physiology and biophysics at
Case Western Reserve University, will delivered the keynote address
at 1 to 2 p.m. Thursday at Boozel Dinning Hall. It is titled
“Reconnections: High-tech science meets ancient
During the symposium, SRU
students will summarize their research and projects, take in the
keynote lecture on high-tech science and the sustainable lunch.
Some of their projects include a dance symposium, writing workshop
and good foods luncheon featuring ingredients produced on nearby
research will be published in the Journal of Scholarly Endeavor,
said Dr. Patrick Burkhart, associate professor of geography,
geology and the environment, and organizer of the