By DYLAN BURKETT
After 34 years, the university is bidding farewell to one of its most renowned faces within the biology department, Dr. Joella Killian. With a doctoral degree in Entomology, Killian has proven to be a centripetal force behind student success throughout the department since she came to the university in 1984.
Dianne Baker was recently selected to receive a 2014-2015 Fulbright Scholar U.S. Grant. Baker is an associate professor of biological sciences at the University Mary Washington. Baker will travel to the Norwegian University of Life Sciences in Olso, Norway in order to start her research, which will begin in Jan. 2015
By VALERIE LAPOINTE
During recent discussions about the university’s Strategic Plan, a proposal surfaced to do away with the current credited class system.
Currently, in order to graduate from UMW with a bachelor of arts or a bachelor of science …
By Julianna Truslow
UMW was one of the first schools in the nation accepted to a program sponsored by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
The two-year program is called the Science Education Alliance and is offered as the introductory biology …