Why do we need an Arts and Sciences exposition? The School of Arts & Sciences is the largest of the four schools that comprise St. Bonaventure University. The school contains fifteen departments and nearly half of Bona's students major in at least one of the A&S programs. Simply put, each year there are so many excellent and varied projects by A&S students that a venue for exhibiting and celebrating these projects was imperative. Dr. Stephen Stahl, as Dean of the Schools of Arts & Sciences, conceived of the Exposition as such a venue in 2004.
The first SRCE Exposition was held in 2005 in the atrium of the Quick Center for the Arts. Since then, the Expo has grown each year with more participants and more visitors. In 2007, the Exposition moved to the more spacious Doyle Hall Trustees Room. By 2010, even the Trustees Room had become crowded, so in 2011 the venue was expanded to include both the Trustees Room and the adjacent Dining Room.
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