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Research Symposium Gives Students Chance to Present their Ideas

Get ready for a meeting of the minds because Manchester University’s annual research symposium will be held on April 29. Students from all areas of study and from any year are welcomed and encouraged to submit their research to the Student Research Symposium Committee.

The symposium is also open to students from both the North Manchester campus and the Ft. Wayne Campus. The research abstracts are due on Mar. 4, and the poster PDFs will be due on April 1 as are submissions for the writing award. Keynote selection will take place the week of March 26. Students who submit their work for the oral presentation will be notified via email the week of March 28 whether they have been accepted. The symposium will be from 3 to 6:30 p.m in the Jo Young Switzer Center.

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Egypt welcomed two different Manchester University January Session classes, as a communication studies class and a religious studies class embarked on a journey through the Middle Eastern country. The Language & Thought class was led by Professor Mary Lahman, as Justin Lasser simultaneously led his Rethinking God students through Egypt this January. 
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