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Dr. Raudenbush, Dr. Phillips, Fr. Fleming with speaker Levi Morris and his wife.

Students received accolades at

Wheeling Jesuit University’s 17th annual Research       annual Research
and Scholarship Symposium featured a record num-
ber of projects, with winners announced following a     Winners of 2016 Research Day Awards.
day of presentations throughout campus.                                                            Students present

    Levi Morris ’11, opened the day with a keynote                                               posters during the
address, “The Role of Wheeling Jesuit in My Religious                                            afternoon session.
Quest.” After graduating, Morris attended the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania Law School. He lives in Philadel-
phia and is an attorney at Dechert LLP.

    Undergraduates from all academic fields took
part in the symposium and presented their origi-
nal research in both oral and poster presentations.
More than 150 projects, the largest number yet, were
shown during the event.

    During the evening awards ceremony, Dr. Bryan
Raudenbush, professor of psychology and director
of undergraduate research at WJU, announced the
winners in the various categories.

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