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Landberg Seeks Vertebrate Specimens for Biology Teaching Collection

Arcadia University’s Biology Department could use a few new skeletons for its teaching collection, and the Arcadia community can help by donating remains of dead creatures found on campus or […]

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0 commentsSeptember 25, 2014 at 4:47 pmAnnouncements

The Times Herald: Rose Comments on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

In an article published in The Times Herald titled “Keep the heat on the ALS ice bucket challenge,” Professor of Biology at Arcadia University Dr. Wesley Rose, who was diagnosed […]

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0 commentsSeptember 10, 2014 at 3:20 pmFaculty in the News In the News

Careers: For Gaines, Death Investigation Is a Way of Life

Careers: For Gaines, Death Investigation Is a Way of Life

By COURTNEY WRIGHT It’s pitch black, long after dark in a south N.J. wood. A group of police officers, dodging heavy branches and nocturnal creatures, lugs a large spotlight, illuminating the […]

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1 commentSeptember 2, 2014 at 12:04 pmCampus News

Haumesser ’11 and Kinebrew ’90 Named Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellows

Each year, the Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellowship recruits teacher candidates who have worked or are working in the science, technology, engineering, math, and medicine (STEMM) fields to complete a […]

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Arcadia Students Present at Moravian Undergraduate Mathematics Conference

Arcadia Students Present at Moravian Undergraduate Mathematics Conference

Eight Arcadia University students—including four mathematics majors, two biology majors, and two psychology majors—presented at the annual Moravian Undergraduate Mathematics Conference on Feb. 15. As has been the case the […]

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0 commentsFebruary 26, 2014 at 5:22 pmScholarly & Creative

Wednesday: Professor Sheryl Smith to Give Memorial Vitetta Lecture, ‘Pick Your Poison’

Wednesday: Professor Sheryl Smith to Give Memorial Vitetta Lecture, ‘Pick Your Poison’

Dr. Sheryl T. Smith, assistant professor of biology, presents “Pick Your Poison: How Daily Exposure to Common Toxicants Can Affect Body Size and Development” on Wednesday, Dec. 4, for this […]

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0 commentsDecember 2, 2013 at 4:49 pmScholarly & Creative

Canfield Named to Capital One Academic All-District Team

Canfield Named to Capital One Academic All-District Team

Junior forward Kim Canfield of the Arcadia University women’s soccer team has been named to the 2013 Capital One Academic All-District ® Women’s Soccer Team, which is selected by the […]

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0 commentsNovember 1, 2013 at 4:15 pmSports

Arcadia First-Year Student Walks in Philly Fashion Week

Arcadia First-Year Student Walks in Philly Fashion Week

By FRANCESCA MAYR ’16 Biology major Eden Klepper rocked the runway during Philly Fashion Week, which wrapped up Saturday after a series of shows held across the city. Fashion aficionados […]

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1 commentSeptember 27, 2013 at 5:20 pmCampus News

President’s Prize Recipient Weiner ’14 Interns at Wistar Institute

President’s Prize Recipient Weiner ’14 Interns at Wistar Institute

Attending science camp as a child sparked a love of biology for Amber K. Weiner ’14. Years later, even after an accomplished academic year, she still chooses to dedicate her […]

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0 commentsAugust 7, 2013 at 2:41 pmCampus News

Belinsky Publishes Research on Predator-Prey Bird Communication

Belinsky Publishes Research on Predator-Prey Bird Communication

Dr. Kara Loeb Belinsky, assistant professor of biology, published her research on the communication between predator and prey birds Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, as reported by Science Daily in the story […]

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0 commentsAugust 7, 2013 at 9:38 amScholarly & Creative