Runkle Woods Symposia
 

Runkle Woods Symposia

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The Wright State Woods Symposium is an annual event where faculty, staff and student from the College of Science and Mathematics and the College of Liberal Arts share their research and artistic creations inspired by the woods on campus. This event was named after James Runkle, professor emeritus and longtime woods researcher.

The participants of the symposium would like to thank Jane Wildermuth, Head of Special Collections and Archives, for reserving the content of this symposium by bringing it all online. Her dedication to preservation of our activities is very much appreciated. Also, Ben Penry, Digital Technology Analyst for the Center for Teaching and Learning, helped educate us and facilitate this virtual symposium. Without their patience and assistance, there would be no 3rd annual symposium.

First Annual Woods Symposium Proceedings

3rd Annual Wright State Runkle Woods Symposium
The 2020 Wright State Woods Symposium is a virtual event where faculty, staff and student from the College of Science and Mathematics and the College of Liberal Arts share their research and artistic creations inspired by the woods on campus.