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Zubairi, Lee join SUNY Distinguished ranks

Roger Coda

The State University of New York has conferred prestigious honors on two faculty members at the State University of New York at Fredonia: Dr. Ted Lee, as Distinguished Teaching Professor, and Dr. Junaid Zubairi, as Distinguished Professor.

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Honduras physician to speak to students in Pandemic Health class

Roger Coda

Omar Posas, M.D., will provide insight into how COVID-19 has impacted Honduras, where SUNY Fredonia students and alumni have served on medical brigades, in a Zoom talk he’ll give on Wednesday, March 30, to students enrolled in HONR 304: Pandemic Health.

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Student shares personal story in collecting donations for Ukraine

Roger Coda

“My heart’s there in Ukraine, but I can’t be there to help, so I want to do all that I can. I can’t imagine what my family and friends are going through right now.” That’s the driving force behind the humanitarian aid campaign Christina Witters, a junior Biology major from Rochester, N.Y., is conducting at SUNY Fredonia to support Ukrainians.

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Biology professor Lee, alumni keep Fredonia connected to Honduras medical brigades

Roger Coda

Fredonia students were not able to staff medical brigades in Honduras during the semester break, but the university’s connection to the Central American country remains intact even during the coronavirus pandemic, thanks to Department of Biology Department Chair and Professor Ted Lee and four alumni.

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Art sale to support student Honduras experience

Roger Coda

A fundraiser – featuring works of art created by more than a dozen area artists – is underway to raise money to purchase medicine and medical supplies that SUNY Fredonia students will take along with them to Honduras in 2023, where they serve on medical brigades that provide needed health care.

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Biology student wins Gilman Scholarship to study in Australia

Roger Coda

Courtney Campese, a junior Biology major with minors in Chemistry and Public Health from Lancaster, N.Y., has been awarded a Benjamin A. Gilman scholarship to support her Spring 2022 study abroad experience at the University of the Sunshine Coast in Australia.

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Fredonia representatives tour, explore collaboration with Athenex

Roger Coda

A team of SUNY Fredonia administrators and faculty representing science and business departments recently toured the new Athenex biopharmaceutical manufacturing plant in Dunkirk to learn about potential opportunities it may offer to students and professors.

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Students set to resume summer research work with faculty

Roger Coda

Summer research is returning, with seven undergraduate and graduate students scheduled to gain valuable experience working alongside Biology faculty, thanks to funding provided by the Holmberg Foundation and the Joseph and Jane (Schuster) Biology Endowment for Scholarship and Research.

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