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ResearchThe Cedar Crest chapter of the National Biological Honor Society, Beta Beta Beta, will host a “Research Night” on Oct. 5, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the Miller Family Building Room 137.

Cedar Crest science students Sarah Klein, Kelsey Wilkinson, Jamie Dombach, Kayla Hager, Emily Eshleman and Christina Morra will be providing information primarily for first- and second-year students who are interested in doing research on campus.

They will be explaining what the research labs do, the benefits of being a student researcher, and general information about the role of the student researcher. Each student researcher will give a short explanation of their own research and students can ask questions after each presentation. All students are welcome to attend.

For any more information about this event, please contact Sarah Klein at sjklein@cedarcrest.edu.

 


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