Town Talk for April 17
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Lake Forest College student Ryan Vlaar, of Vail, recently participated in Lake Forest College’s 15th annual Steven Galovich Memorial Student Symposium. This event celebrates students’ academic achievements and creative talents by showcasing research and scholarship from every academic discipline in a variety of venues and forums. Presentations are drawn from the college’s freshman honors programs, senior thesis research, independent study, internships and other exceptional individual and team-based student research.
Vlaar presented research projects titled “The Viability of Sustainability: Lake Forest College’s current environmental initiatives as indicators of its potential as a sustainable community,” “Decrypting Parkinson’s disease: Are multiple mutants worse than one?” and “The History, Politics and Economics of Cotton’s Social Ascendancy.”
Vlaar is a graduate of Vail Christian High School in Edwards.