Cherry and White Week kicked off yesterday in the East Rotunda of the state Capitol building in Harrisburg as undergraduate students presented research they’ve conducted as part of their studies to elected officials, legislative staff and visitors.
Displaying their work were Sierra Gladfelter, anthropology; Marc Fulmer, mathematical economics; Terez A. Varkonyi, political science; Eric Horst, economics and political science; Jovana Radojevic, mechanical engineering; Nicole E. Welk, art history and anthropology; Melissa MacKinnon, mechanical engineering; Alexis Kandra, painting; Emily LeBlanc, computer science; Seemal Awan, biology; and Sachin Parikh, neuroscience.
Today, Temple Student Government will lead a delegation of Temple students to visit the offices of each member of Pennsylvania’s General Assembly and share their Temple story.
On Wednesday, Hooter and members of the Spirit Squad, Temple’s arts students and other representatives of Temple in the Capitol will showcase their work and celebrate the many accomplishments of Temple athletes and artists.
For more information about Cherry and White Week, visit the Office of Government, Community and Public Affairs website.