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Student crafts unique art/biology internship in medical illustration

Tuesday April 23, 2019Roger Coda

Junior Olivia Connor, who ventured outside of the usual academic convention by pursuing degrees in Biology and Visual Arts and New Media: Drawing and Painting, has landed a unique summer internship that will combine these seemingly distant disciplines: medical illustration. This summer, Ms. Connor will gain valuable insight into this highly specialized field at Mayfield Brain and Spine Institute, a full-service patient care provider in Cincinnati.

‘Policing in the 21st Century’ to be explored at next campus Brown Bag talk

Tuesday April 23, 2019Roger Coda

Two leading area law enforcement officials, Ann Burns, chief of University Police, and FBI Special Agent Brent Isaacson, will speak at the campus’ next Brown Bag Lecture on Wednesday, May 1, at noon, in the Williams Center Room S204. Their presentation, “Policing in the 21st Century,” will examine the latest research and findings on preventing violence on campuses, with a focus on detecting and reporting people who may be planning an act of targeted violence.

Senior Day success: Devils outlast Plattsburgh

Tuesday April 23, 2019Sports Information Office

Fredonia closed out the home portion of the 2019 women's lacrosse season with a 13-12 SUNYAC win Saturday over Plattsburgh. Samantha Spiess, one of two Fredonia seniors, had a five-point game -- two goals and three assists -- and surpassed the 100-point plateau in the process.

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Kurbs wins Cortland 10,000 meters

Tuesday April 23, 2019Sports Information Office

Hannah Kurbs won the women's 10,000 meters Saturday at the Cortland Classic Invitational track and field meet. Kurbs's winning time of 39:02.29 was a personal best, one of six recorded by Fredonia women at during the two-day meet at SUNY Cortland.

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Serafin wins high jump, Egan 3rd with PR in steeplechase

Tuesday April 23, 2019Sports Information Office

First place by Nick Serafin in the men's high jump was Fredonia's best finish at the Cortland Classic Invitational track and field meet Friday and Saturday. Serafin's clearance of 6 feet, 6 inches tied his personal-best in the event.

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