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Students studying at Chesapeake Bay

Immersed in Bay culture

Students spent three days on the waters of the Chesapeake Bay learning how to preserve the national landmark.
Bernadette Armstrong with a saw whet owl

Biology students visit owl monitoring station in Elk County

The students visited the site as part BIOL 444 Ecology of the Mid-Atlantic
A little bird in the hand

Students get field-based learning at migratory bird monitoring site

Environmental studies students traveled to Penn State Dubois to learn about bird migration and bird banding with biology professor Carolyn Mahan.
Carolyn Mahan

Mahan's Chronic Wasting Disease lecture set for Nov. 16

Mahan, a professor of biology and member of the Governor’s Advisory Council for Hunting, Fishing, and Conservation will speak Nov. 16, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
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Spooktacular Science set for Oct. 7

The event will feature chemistry and physics demonstrations and hands-on science labs for children grades 1 and up.
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STAR Series announced for 2017-2018

Announcing the 2017-18 Spotlight on Teaching and Research (STAR) Series in which faculty share how their research influences their teaching and vice versa.
Dr. Gabriel Karns, visiting assistant professor at Ohio State University, and writer and naturalist Marcia Bonta watch Elanor Bonta collect a bee.

Maintaining the Right-of-Way in the Right Way

Faculty, staff, and students partner with energy and vegetation-management representatives to measure the impact of right-of-ways on local wildlife.
New Zealand Mud Snails gathered around a dime

Ed Levri works to track progress of invasive snails

Ed Levri is part of a small research group that received a grant to track the progress of New Zealand mud snails in PA and NY.

Identifying Invertebrates: Biology in action!

Students in Biology 220 get some field experience trying to identify invertebrates found in Spring Run during a biodiversity lab.

Corien Bakermans to speak at Korean Polar Research Institute

Corien Bakermans will speak at the twenty-third annual International Symposium on Polar Sciences hosted by the Korea Polar Research Institute in Incheon, Republic of Korea.

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