A new art exhibition featuring the joint efforts of students from Slippery Rock University's upper-level printmaking and botany classes in on display through Dec. 15 in the Slippery Rock Student Government Association Art Gallery, located inside Room 204 of the University Union. Titled "Little Known Plants," the exhibition is the result of a unique interdisciplinary research collaboration between the classes throughout the fall semester. Facilitated by Barbara Westman, associate professor of art, and David Krayesky, associate professor of biology, the exhibition is comprised of six-by-six inch prints, each featuring liverworts, a division of non-vascular land plants. Westman began this initiative in November when she invited Krayesky's botany class to present their research on seven species of the plants to her printmaking students. The results of that presentation inspired Westman and her students to adopt the botany students' research and repurpose it into a printmaking project.