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Clare student takes part in research symposium

Published: Wednesday, May 28, 2014 5:30 a.m. CDT

Coe College student Tim Salis of Clare recently participated in Coe’s 14th annual Student Research Symposium. Sponsored by faculty member Meira Kensky, Salis presented “The Defendant not on Trial" in an oral presentation at the symposium.

Salis is the son of Keith and Emily Salis and a 2011 graduate of Sycamore High School. 

The symposium presentations, which range from academic research to artistic display and performance, are the culmination of work done by students over the past academic year. Some of the student work has been done independently, with some accomplished as part of a student and faculty team.

The featured work represented in the symposium is the result of honors projects, student participation in ongoing professional research programs, and the cumulative product of an undergraduate career of achievement in the arts. Each case reflects an extraordinary effort by a highly motivated student.

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