Lock Haven University professor of biology, Dr. Barrie Overton studies white-nose syndrome, a fungal infection affecting North American bat populations. Overton and his students have been published extensively on the topic, though their research is currently on hold due to the pandemic.
Earlier this semester, Lock Haven University physics faculty organized and hosted the ninth Regional Bridge Building Competition in the East Campus Science Center on the campus of LHU.
Lock Haven University will host the Faculty Lecture Series event, "Treating White-Nose Syndrome: The Importance of Protecting Bats and Native Fungal Biodiversity" with Dr. Barrie Overton and LHU student, Abigail Rea at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 4 in the East Campus Science Center room 215.
Lock Haven recently held its 59th annual Natural Sciences Convocation on Friday, Nov. 8 in the Ulmer Hall Planetarium, on the campus of LHU. The program, sponsored and arranged by the departments of biological sciences, chemistry and geology and physics, celebrated the achievements of LHU science students.
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