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May 02. 2013 5:31PM
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ATTEND SYMPOSIUM


Matthew Fuhr and Gregory Davis, both of Dallas, were among Penn State Wilkes-Barre business students in MKTG330: Consumer Behavior who participated in the Third Annual Penn State Regional Undergraduate Research Symposium at Penn State Hazleton.


The symposium communicates and celebrates the participation of undergraduate students from the eastern regional Penn State campuses in their scholarly research endeavors.


PARTICIPATE IN


TOURNAMENT


Among Wyoming Seminary students who participated in the 2013 Moot Court Tournament are senior Alaina Schukraft, Dallas; senior Spencer Norris, Dallas; and freshman Samarth Desai, Shavertown.


SEM STUDENTS


HONORED


Senior Tyler Harvey, of Trucksville, and sophomore Adam Rinehouse, of Shavertown, were among 11 Wyoming Seminary Upper School students recently selected to perform in district, regional and state band and orchestra festivals.


DISSINGER PART


OF STUDENT PROJECT


Kelsey N. Dissinger, of Shavertown, was among 185 Lebanon Valley College student participants in Lebanon Valley College’s Inquiry 2013 which coincided with the Council for Undergraduate Research’s week-long celebration of student research and achievement.


LVC celebrates the academic, dramatic, athletic, musical and experiential achievements of the student body.


Inquiry 2013 included poster presentations, art displays, poetry readings, oral research presentations and musical recitals. Every academic department on campus nominated students to share their accomplishments during that week.


Dissinger, a graduate of Dallas High School and a freshman biochemistry and molecular biology major at Lebanon Valley , presented “Limited Proteolysis Studies of the E. coli GMPS ATPP Domain.”


TWO INDUCTED


Among nine students inducted into the Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society during an induction ceremony in the Founders Room on the campus of Misericordia Univeristy were Jacob Hebda, of Dallas, and Ruth Whitesell, of Harveys Lake.


The society’s central purpose is to confer distinction upon students of the English language and literature in undergraduate, graduate and professional studies, according to the society.




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