About 150 students, faculty and parents attended this year's Science Research Symposium where students from US and area schools presented their research and attended the keynote address, Plastics in Peril. Several US middle school students also participated with poster displays of their science fair work.
The students submitted their research for participation and evaluation at the symposium, US's fifth annual event. There were 14 student research presentations, 12 high school student poster presentations, and four US middle school student poster presentations. The keynote address was presented by Sherri Mason PhD, Chair of the Department of Geology & Environmental Sciences, State University of New York at Fredonia.
Evaluators were Omar De La Cruz Cabrera PhD, Kent State University; Bruce Elliot PhD, Retired Northwestern University; Suber Huang MD, MBA; and Owen Lockhart, Cleveland Metroparks. The Science Research Symposium is directed by Sara Laux PhD, Director of Science Research at University School.
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