Annual SRyou showcasing students’ accomplishments
From slavery in Rhode Island to tessellations to hydroponic agriculture, the academic interests of Salve Regina students are wide-ranging and diverse. On Friday, April 1, nearly 200 of the University’s undergraduates will showcase their research, talents and extracurricular activities during the annual SRyou Student Exposition.
Themed “Make Your Mark: What’s Your Salve Impact,” SRyou 2016 will feature dozens of posters, performances and conference-style presentations taking place between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Friday.
SRyou will also be celebrating the Jubilee Year of Mercy, and presentations will highlight the celebration’s theme, “Mercy Empowers.”
Poster presentations and table displays/exhibits will be in the Rodgers Recreation Center, concurrent presentations and workshops will be in the Antone Academic Center and McAuley Hall, and performing arts will be in Angelus Hall and Megley Theatre.
The festive closing celebration and reception, scheduled for 3 p.m. in Ochre Court, will feature refreshments, live music by the Salve Regina jazz band, free SRyou T-shirts and raffle prizes (students will receive a raffle ticket for each session they attend).
The SRyou planning board includes Adriano Cirioli ’17, Edward Cullinane ’19, Caleigh Farragher ’17, Katherine Gillespie ’17, Lauren Healy ’17, Stephanie Menders ’17, Jillian Munafo ’16, Raine Oesterle ’17, Mary Pawlusiak ’17, Kayla Rennie ’19, Savannah Repucci ’16, Maria Smith ’16 and Mollie Surprenant ’17.