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A LEGACY - Elijah Bieri still keeps up on the Marquette salamander migration as well as he can from across the world in Sydney, Australia. He still has a fondness for the study craze he started six years ago. Photo courtesy of Elijah Bieri

Alum Elijah Bieri becomes savior of the salamanders

Antonio Anderson April 8, 2024

Even halfway across the globe, one Wildcat manages to keep tabs on the legacy he left at his alma mater. Studying for his Ph.D. in Sydney, Australia, Fulbright Scholar Elijah Bieri still keeps an eye on...

CELEBRATING HUMAN DIVERSITY -   Photographs displayed in the Lydia M. Olson Library celebrate diversity in STEM. Photographs included Dr. Jacqueline Quinn, a female environmental engineer (top left), Alan Turing, a gay man in the field of mathematics and computer science (bottom left), Winona LaDuke, a Native American economist (middle), Ben Barres, a transgender man in neuroscience (top right) and Jane C. Wright, a woman of color in medicine (bottom right).

Biology department sponsors STEM week of diversity, celebrates varying viewpoints

Jackie Phillips February 16, 2023

The NMU department of biology held their annual Diversity in STEM week from Feb. 6 through 10, hosting a number of events for students to attend.  Diversity in STEM (science, technology, engineering...

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