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Zainab Ahmed named Honors Student for October

Roger Coda

Zainab Ahmed, a junior from Lahore, Pakistan, majoring in Molecular Genetics, was nominated by Department of English Associate Professor Iclal Vanwesenbeeck for the October Honors Student of the Month award.

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Prominent journal publishes COVID-19 research compiled by Biology professor, students

Roger Coda

The role of immune cells in driving inflammation and mortality in severe cases of COVID-19 was the focus of a research study, compiled by Department of Biology Assistant Professor Emeka Okeke and three science students at the SUNY Fredonia, that has been published in the prestigious journal Frontiers in Immunology.

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Alumni to discuss medical/dental schools, careers with students

Roger Coda

A record number of science graduates of SUNY Fredonia will return to campus to participate in the Health Professions Alumni Panel to discuss their careers and life in medical and dental school, on Saturday, Oct. 15, in the Science Center’s Kelly Family Auditorium.

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SUNY Fredonia faculty outreach expands science education at Chautauqua

Roger Coda

Faculty in the Department of Biology at the State University of New York at Fredonia created a new collaboration with Chautauqua Institution to increase science education opportunities for Chautauqua County students this summer through the institution’s Chautauqua Field Trips program.

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SUNY Fredonia researcher to speak at Chautauqua Lake Water Quality Conference

Roger Coda

Dr. Courtney Wigdahl-Perry, a leading scientist who studies harmful algae blooms in Chautauqua Lake and associate professor in the Department of Biology, will be among experts who will address water quality issues at the 2022 Chautauqua Lake Water Quality Conference on June 18.

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Physical therapy top choice among Exercise Science grads at SUNY Fredonia

Roger Coda

Six newly minted or recent graduates who earned B.S. degrees in Exercise Science at SUNY Fredonia will continue their education in Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) programs – the most popular choice among over a dozen Fredonians accepted at health professions schools across the country.

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