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SVC Hosts 20th Anniversary Symposium of Monastery Run Improvement Project

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Posted: Monday Nov 11, 2013

Nov. 11, 2013

Saint Vincent College hosted a 20th anniversary symposium on the Monastery Run Abandoned Mine Drainage Improvement Project at the Sis and Herman Dupré Science Pavilion on Nov. 8. Participating in the program were, from left, Br. Norman W. Hipps, O.S.B., president of Saint Vincent College; Very Rev. Earl J. Henry, O.S.B., prior of Saint Vincent Archabbey; Dr. Caryl Fish, associate professor of chemistry at Saint Vincent College and coordinator of the symposium; Dr. Cynthia Walter, associate professor of biology at Saint Vincent College; Dr. Bob Hedin of Hedin Environmental; Susan Huba, executive director of the Loyalhanna Watershed Association; and Scott Roberts, retired deputy secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. The symposium was sponsored by the Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds.


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