Tuesday, October 4th, 2022
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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

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

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First Environmental Justice Fellowship Awarded

Sophomore receives year-long Environmental Justice Fellowship.

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Lake Allure is Now Mapped, Making Scuba Diving Possible

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.

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Practice Social Distancing from the Swans

“Observe but to not disturb swans – Caution very aggressive.”

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MU Grad Helps Protect Lancaster County from Lanternflies  

Individuals can use wildlife-safe traps such as sticky tape to catch Spotted Lanternflies.

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Work of Prof Featured in Netflix Original Series

You can see some of Dr. John Wallace’s work as an entomologist in the Netflix original series, “The Innocence Files.”

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Social Behavior in White-Throated Sparrows

Research paper on white-throated sparrows authored by a ‘Ville professor and co-authored by a Millersville alumna.

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‘Ville Prof Discusses Coronavirus

Dr. Eric Ryndock didn’t expect that a viral pandemic would be occurring during his first year back at MU.

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High-Powered Microscope Coming Soon

The electron microscope can attain magnifications higher than 300,000 times.

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Researching Cooperative Courtship

Millersville University Prof/Students Study Manakins.