2006 Dean's Symposium
MC scholars present projects
March 10 for Dean’s Symposium
With topics ranging from Communist Russia and baseball to the Count of
Monte Cristo and stream ecosystems, the 2006 Dean’s Student Scholarship
Symposium is a showcase of Manchester College creativity and research.
More than 20 students will present their projects to seven teams of
faculty evaluators beginning at 3 p.m. on Friday, March 10. All
presentations are in the Science Center, with awards and a reception
beginning at 4:30 p.m. in Flory Auditorium.
The top three presenters will receive $150. The public is invited to the
presentations and the ceremony. Admission is free; reservations are not
necessary. Presentation topics and locations are posted in the Science
on the College website.
Student presenters and rooms:
Science 101 – junior Aimee Gerdes of Mishawaka; senior Cameron
Hollenberg of Elkhart; and junior Kelly Picard of North Muskegon, Mich.
Science 104 – senior Rebecca Miller of Arbela, Mo.; senior Benjamin
Leiter of New Windsor, Md., and sophomore Jared Mobley of North
Science 202 – senior Levi Haupert of Wabash; sophomore Colleen Hamilton
of North Manchester; and sophomore Jonathon Dutrow of McPherson, Kan.
Science 204 – senior Blake Hike of Syracuse; and senior Travis Poling of
North Manchester; sophomore Megan Leese of Kokomo; sophomore Fiona
Mills-Groninger of Whiting; and sophomore Amanda Patch of Otterbein.
Science 124 – senior Sarah Reed of Mishawaka; senior Rachel Long of
North Liberty; and senior Logan Condon of Naperville, Ill.
Science 122 – senior Zachary Burton of Franklin; senior Judith Small of
Algonquin, Ill.; and senior Joe Lamplot of Newport, Ky.
Flory Auditorium – sophomore Laranda Collins of Atlanta, Ind.;
sophomore Anna Grady of Anderson; sophomore Jahan Monirian of Fort
Wayne; first-year student Tyler Yeager of Fort Wayne; junior Kyle
Coffman of Heath, Ohio; and senior Steve Boyer of Bourbon.