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Kroll ’12, Christodoulou ’14 Conduct Ecological Research with Faculty

Kroll ’12, Christodoulou ’14 Conduct Ecological Research with Faculty

This summer, Biology major Kayla Kroll ’12 and Scientific Illustration major Emilyann Christodoulou ’14 are researching ecology and the disturbance history of pine forests in northeastern West Virginia with Dr. […]

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0 commentsAugust 19, 2011 at 2:15 pmScholarly & Creative

Updated Ceramics Studio Merges Functionality and Ideology

Updated Ceramics Studio Merges Functionality and Ideology

During the Fall 2010 semester, Murphy Hall underwent some major renovations that will greatly enhance the Art and Design Department. Completed for the spring term, the updated facility features a […]

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0 commentsFebruary 8, 2011 at 1:40 pmCampus News

Stelacio Shines, Whether Digging Fire Lines or Fighting Ferocious Plants

Stelacio Shines, Whether Digging Fire Lines or Fighting Ferocious Plants

By PURNELL T. CROPPER “We had no trees on our street until my mom petitioned the city—she got all our neighbors to sign a letter—and we finally had some planted […]

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0 commentsJanuary 28, 2011 at 2:25 pmCampus News

Gregg Moore: Why Am I Teaching Art With a Biology Professor?

Gregg Moore: Why Am I Teaching Art With a Biology Professor?

“Ask your adviser about team-taught University Seminars that cross disciplines,” says Dr. John Hoffman, Dean of the College of Business, Health & Sciences. Every student takes two University Seminars as part […]

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0 commentsNovember 2, 2010 at 2:00 pmCampus News

Stelacio and Brophy Present Research at Two Conferences

Stelacio and Brophy Present Research at Two Conferences

Maria Stelacio and Dan Brophy, who worked with Dr. Lauren Howard, Assistant Professor of Biology, last summer collecting plant data high in the mountains of West Virginia, presented a poster […]

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Biology Students Present Posters at Sigma Xi Research Symposium

Biology Students Present Posters at Sigma Xi Research Symposium

The Biology Department took more than a dozen students to the 21st annual Sigma Xi Student Research Symposium at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia on April 23 to present original […]

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What’s Planted on Campus? Arcadia’s Community Garden

What’s Planted on Campus? Arcadia’s Community Garden

By Stephanie Clymer ’11 A week ago, students from Arcadia’s Environmental Network had their own groundbreaking event to start off the new vegetable garden on campus. Gardening is a great […]

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0 commentsApril 27, 2010 at 1:50 pmCampus News

Howard Addresses How Fire Suppression, Development Are Affecting WV Pines

Howard Addresses How Fire Suppression, Development Are Affecting WV Pines

Dr. Lauren F. Howard, Assistant Professor of Biology, will be featured at the Faculty Forum on Thursday, March 11, at 4 p.m.in Kuch Hospitality Suite. Faculty Forums are open to […]

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0 commentsFebruary 26, 2010 at 12:40 pmScholarly & Creative

Spiders Were Just a Taste of Faculty-Student Research Collaborations

Spiders Were Just a Taste of Faculty-Student Research Collaborations

Boyer Hall was crawling with students, faculty, staff, Trustees and visitors on Wednesday, Feb. 17, and some of the displays of student-faculty research were creeping, too, especially the spiders and […]

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0 commentsFebruary 19, 2010 at 12:00 pmScholarly & Creative