READING, PA -- Roemello Monroe, an Albright College junior business administration major from South Plainfield, N.J., presented research at the Higher Education Council of Berks County's 18th annual Undergraduate Research & Creativity Conference, held at Penn State Berks on April 22.
Monroe presented "Waste Management on Albright's Campus: An Analysis using the lens of Sustainability." The project was co-authored by Albright students Nico Williams '17, a business administration/marketing major from Audubon, Pa.; and Danny Tighe '17, a environmental studies/sociology/criminology major from Point Pleasant Beach, N.J.
This year's conference theme was sustainability.
The conference highlights undergraduate research from the five Berks County colleges and universities in the sciences, humanities, social sciences and arts. Students present papers, posters, performances and artwork.
The Higher Education Council of Berks County includes Albright College, Alvernia University, Kutztown University, Penn State Berks, and Reading Area Community College.