Post Tagged with: "phillips" Phillips’ Bioko Research Provides Look into Climatic Future reported on a study co-authored by Dr. Naomi Phillips, Assistant Professor of Biology, on a rare and endangered monkey in an African equatorial rainforest, Feb. 29.  “Our Arcadia undergraduates […]

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0 commentsMarch 2, 2012 at 1:00 pmIn the News

Biology Gets $666,812 NSF Grant for Cell, Molecular Biology Facility

The Arcadia University Biology Department has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant totaling $666,812 for “Renovation of the Arcadia University Cell and Molecular Biology Core Facility.” Renovations to the […]

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0 commentsSeptember 21, 2010 at 2:35 pmCampus News

Employees Recognized at Service Awards Luncheon

Arcadia University celebrated the many milestones of its employees on May 25 at the annual Service Awards and Retirees Luncheon. Dr. William Frabizio, 40 years of service: “… Bill Frabizio […]

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0 commentsJune 2, 2010 at 1:30 pmCampus News

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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15 Receive Ellington Beavers Awards for Intellectual Inquiry

Fifteen Arcadia University students received Ellington Beavers Awards for Intellectual Inquiry at Honors Convocation on March 27. This award is for student research that best exemplifies the substantial intellectual inquiry […]

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Palis, Phillips Examine Conservation Genetics of Bioko Primates

By Sarah Schwartz ’10   Biology major Rachel Palis ’10 has spent the past three years of her undergraduate career examining conservation efforts of primates on Bioko Island under the […]

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0 commentsFebruary 26, 2010 at 1:25 pmCampus News

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 […]

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