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Fredonia alumnus Brian Strollo in the battle against COVID-19

Roger Coda

Throughout his medical training and practice, Dr. Brian Strollo hadn’t experienced a disease affecting so many people that the medical community knew so little about, but that’s the grim reality the Fredonia graduate – and healthcare providers everywhere – are confronting in the coronavirus pandemic.

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Biology prof enlists former students, now scientists, for cancer biology lectures

Roger Coda

Students enrolled in an upper-level biology course connected with former students of Department of Biology Assistant Professor Nicholas Quintyne who are now working in diverse fields of cancer biology, in a series of Blackboard Collaborate sessions in the last five weeks of the spring semester.

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Students to share their Honduras medical mission experience

Roger Coda

The unique experience of serving on medical brigades in Honduras during the J-Term will be shared by Fredonia students in an informal presentation they’ll give on Friday, Feb. 21, at 3 p.m., in the Science Center’s Kelly Family Auditorium (Room 105).

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‘Bending the Arc’ global health documentary to be screened

Marketing and Communications staff

The movie “Bending the Arc,” which tells the story of the extraordinary doctors and activists who founded Partners in Health, a leading organization that advocates global health equity, will be shown in Science Center Room 105 (Kelly Family Auditorium) on Thursday, Feb. 13, at 7:30 p.m.

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Veteran sets her sights on medical career with help from scholarship

Sports Information Office

SUNY Fredonia junior Heaven Rollek, a member of the women's basketball team, is the recipient of the 2019 Fredonia Veterans Scholarship. A native of Springville, Ms. Rollek has served three and a half years in the U.S. Navy and holds the rank of Petty Officer Electronics Technician 2nd Class.

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Honduras Medical Brigades art raffle on Nov. 14 to be preceded by dinner

Lisa Eikenburg

In January 2020, a group of students and faculty from Fredonia will be traveling to Honduras to conduct medical brigades. An artwork fundraising raffle has begun to raise funds to pay for medicine and health supplies that the group will bring to Honduras.

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Halloween Science Fair to put spotlight on magic

Roger Coda

What do helium bubbles, a fire snake and elephant toothpaste have in common? They’re all prime-time attractions at the magic-themed annual Halloween Science Fair that members of the Chemistry Club will stage over two days on the third floor of the Science Center.

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Psychologist who will join Honduras medical mission to speak on campus

Roger Coda

Dr. Nichol Eaton-Wolkiewicz, a licensed psychologist who will accompany Fredonia students on the study abroad medical mission to Honduras in January, will present a talk on Thursday, Oct. 17, at the Science Center Center’s Kelly Family Auditorium.

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