Dr. Aaron Haines believes there are some general trends that suggest fall weather impacts bird migration patterns.
Coral Reef Class in Honduras has professor excited for the next trip and course.
One Millersville alum is busy managing 135 acres of vegetables, greenhouses and an orchard.
Millersville is pleased to partner with Lampire Biological Laboratories on this first-of-its-kind partnership.
Biology major keeps busy being a mentor and helping people in the migrant program.
The Roddy Pond restoration and riparian reforestation was a multi-agency and multi- MU department collaboration.
Ty Taylor plans to graduate in May and then pursue her dream in the medical field.
The orchard will include 40 trees consisting of a variety of fruits next to the Millersville water tower.
Monkeypox was discovered in 1958 and, despite its name, is not usually found in monkeys.
Activities from Mark Mullen and Kristin Schab, and from Drs. Desmond, Hanich, Haines, Nandedkar, Rice, Smith and Witmer.
Sophomore receives year-long Environmental Justice Fellowship.
To study the lake, Elefteria Papavasilis used the University’s remote operated vehicle, sonar and global positioning satellites to map the bottom contours of Lake Allure.