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Rooting for the Future: Arbor Day at MU

Arbor Day was created to encourage the planting of trees and maintenance of forests.

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Millersville Set to Host 17th Annual Science Olympiad

About 500 middle and high school students will gather at Millersville University to participate in this prestigious competition.

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Connection Between Fall Weather and Bird Migrations

Dr. Aaron Haines believes there are some general trends that suggest fall weather impacts bird migration patterns.

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Diving in Honduras

Coral Reef Class in Honduras has professor excited for the next trip and course.

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Alumna Blossoms in New Career

One Millersville alum is busy managing 135 acres of vegetables, greenhouses and an orchard.

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Incubator Will Bring Jobs to Millersville Students/Alums

Millersville is pleased to partner with Lampire Biological Laboratories on this first-of-its-kind partnership.

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‘Ville Senior Founds Nonprofit for Students

Biology major keeps busy being a mentor and helping people in the migrant program.

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Roddy Pond Restoration Improves Classroom Experience

The Roddy Pond restoration and riparian reforestation was a multi-agency and multi- MU department collaboration.

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Millersville Senior Awarded National Medical Laboratory Scholarship

Ty Taylor plans to graduate in May and then pursue her dream in the medical field.

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New Fruit Orchard on Campus  

The orchard will include 40 trees consisting of a variety of fruits next to the Millersville water tower.

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What You Should Know About Monkeypox 

Monkeypox was discovered in 1958 and, despite its name, is not usually found in monkeys.

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Faculty & Staff Activities

Faculty/Staff Activities

Activities from Mark Mullen and Kristin Schab, and from Drs. Desmond, Hanich, Haines, Nandedkar, Rice, Smith and Witmer.