Bucyrus native presents work at OWU symposium


Emily Howald of Bucyrus presented original work at Ohio Wesleyan University’s 2016 Student Symposium.

The second-annual event, held April 20, allowed students to share the breadth and depth of their OWU academic work, hone their professional presentation skills, and foster communication about future research projects and artistic creations.

Howald presented “Sustainability at Ohio Wesleyan University.” Howald was mentored by Ohio Wesleyan faculty John Krygier.

Undergraduate research, conducted under the mentorship of expert faculty, is a central component of The OWU Connection, Ohio Wesleyan’s unique approach to student learning that links academic theory with real-world practice; crosses academic department boundaries to support deeper, interconnected learning; and prepares students for global citizenship and leadership.

Learn more about Ohio Wesleyan’s Student Symposium and 2016 read abstracts at www.owu.edu/studentsymposium.

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