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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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Health Professions Club to host online Accepted Student Panel

Marketing and Communications staff

Six Fredonia seniors and alumni who have been granted admission to health professional schools this fall will participate in an online version, via Zoom, of the annual Accepted Student Panel discussion on Tuesday, May 5 (today!), at 7 p.m.

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Practice interviews for health professions students go online

Roger Coda

There’s a new twist to practice interviews conducted every year by the Fredonia Health Professions Advising Committee for students who will be applying to health professional schools. Like classroom instruction that resumed this week, these sessions were done online.

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Fredonia inducts students in new PEK honor society chapter

Roger Coda

History has been made at Fredonia with the founding of the Theta Rho chapter of Phi Epsilon Kappa, a national honor society for persons engaged in or pursuing careers in physical education, health, recreation, dance, human performance, exercise science, sports medicine and sports management.

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Exercise Science grad brings wisdom back to Blue Devils

Roger Coda

“I want my athletes to succeed, not just athletically but as human beings. I want them to be better versions of themselves.” That career mission placed Kelly Vincent on a fast lane to cover lots of ground in just six years.

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