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Calling all artistic scientists!

Joshua Ranney

A call for submissions is now underway for the Art of Science Exhibition to be staged on May 4 at the Science Center. The event celebrates the connections between science and art. All art projects must include an explanation of the science behind the piece.

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Senior presents research at American Chemical Society meeting

Roger Coda

Alexander Green, a senior Chemistry major, recently presented his research, “Synthesis of Novel Nitrosamine, a Nitroxyl (HNO) and Nitric Oxide (NO) Donor,” at the spring National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, held March 30 to April 4, in Orlando, Fla.

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Campus Brown Bag talk to examine immigration and the law

Roger Coda

The hot-button issue of immigration and the law will be examined by Emma Buckthal, supervising immigration attorney at the Buffalo office of Volunteer Lawyers Project, at the next Brown Bag lecture on Wednesday, April 3, at noon at the State University of New York at Fredonia.

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Learn about biology research, enjoy pizza at Science Center gathering

Roger Coda

Students majoring in biological sciences can learn about research and study abroad opportunities with Department of Biology faculty, and also enjoy pizza and be eligible for prizes, on Wednesday, March 6, beginning at 5 p.m., at the Science Center atrium.

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Neglected role of Africans in World War I topic of guest speaker

Roger Coda

The relatively little known role that Africans played in World War I will be explored by Indiana University professor Dr. Michelle Moyd in a talk, “Radical Potentials, Conservative Realities: African Veterans’ Politics after World War I,” on Monday, March 25, at 6 p.m.

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Senior wins prestigious national journalism fellowship

Lisa Eikenburg

Senior Monica A. Manney is one of 12 college journalists from across the U.S. selected to participate in a Diversity Fellowship Program, sponsored by Capitol Broadcasting and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s School of Media and Journalism.

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Business faculty pen article that advocates alternative to costly textbooks

Roger Coda

Two faculty members in the School of Business, Drs. Reneta Barneva and Lisa Walters, have co-written “Integrating Open Educational Resources into Undergraduate Business Courses,” an article that proposes an alternative to traditional business textbooks, published by Sage Journal of Instructional Technology Systems.

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