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Hegna discovers new crustacean species preserved in amber

Roger Coda

Department of Geology and Environmental Sciences Assistant Professor Thomas A. Hegna identified and described a new species of blind crustacean (amphipod) preserved in 23 million year-old amber found in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas.

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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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Geology majors participate in soils competition

Lisa Eikenburg

Fredonia's first ever Soil Judging team competed in the Northeast Regional Soil Judging contest, held in early October at the University of Maryland in Easton.

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Author to discuss ‘Slaves in the Family’ at Brown Bag talk

Roger Coda

Edward Ball, a prominent commentator on race in the United States currently serving as a Williams Visiting Professor at Fredonia, will examine “Slaves in the Family,” his inaugural book, in the Brown Bag Lunch Lecture Series on Wednesday, Nov. 6, at noon at the Williams Center Room S204.

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Arnavut work featured in journal

Lisa Eikenburg

Dr. Ziya Arnavut of the Department of Computer and Information Sciences has been conducting research and writing code to create a new and efficient Lossless Color Image Compression Executable program.

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