Final Exam Week

Fall Semester

 

Thanksgiving Recess

Student Recess
Wishing you all a Blessed Thanksgiving! 🦃

Fall Graduate School & Internship Fair

1:30-4:00 p.m
The Hennessy Center – Back Gym

Honors Program Spring Social

Save the date!

Honors Convocation – Alpha Chi Induction

ANNUAL HONORS CONVOCATION and
ALPHA CHI INDUCTION of

 

Monday Evening, November 14, 2022
at 6:30 pm in the
Hennessy Center, Blauvelt

Please RSVP by November 7, 2022
to marcy.doonan@duny.edu

Info Session – Adult and Graduate Programs

We invite you to join us on Zoom

If you're juggling work, family and other responsibilities, we can offer the support, flexibility and inspiration you need to realize your goals. Register now for our next virtual Information Session for Graduate and Undergraduate Adult students.

Here's what you can expect: 
  • Learn more about your program, curriculum, and outcomes directly from faculty
  • Admissions representatives will personally walk you through the admissions process
  • Speak to Financial Aid specialists about financing options for adult and graduate students
Reserve your spot today!

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Science Seminar: Panama disease pathogen, a global threat to banana

Presented by Yong Zhang, Ph.D.

Computational Biologist
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, University of Massachusetts Amherst
"Combating a Global Threat to Bananas, OMICS in Panama disease pathogen Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. cubense"

Diseases are major problems wherever banana is produced. They indirectly reduce yields by debilitating plants and directly reduce the yield and quality of fruit before and after harvest. The current global banana production is seriously threatened by the emergence of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense Tropical Race4 (Foc TR4), the causal agent of the Fusarium Wilt disease of banana (also referred to as Panama disease). As the fungus not only causes wilting and rapid death of the banana but also remains in the soil for decades, TR4 was determined to be the most dangerous banana pathogen.

I will talk about the research applying OMICS to understand the evolution of Foc host-specific pathogenicity and develop potential strategies to control the disease through identifying informative candidates associated with pathogenicity.

Info Session – Adult and Graduate Programs

Unlock Your Potential with Our Adult and Graduate Programs

Are you ready to take the next step in your education, but feel like you're juggling too many responsibilities to do it? Our programs are designed to provide you with the support, flexibility, and inspiration you need to achieve your goals.

Join us on Zoom on March 22nd from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm and discover the opportunities that await you. Here's what you can expect:

  • Learn directly from our experienced faculty about your chosen program, its curriculum, and potential outcomes
  • Get a personalized walk-through of the admissions process from our admissions representatives
  • Explore your financing options with our financial aid specialists

Don't miss this exciting opportunity to take control of your future and unlock your potential! Register now to secure your spot. We can't wait to see you there!

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Liberal Arts Day

Student Scholars will display and discuss their research projects.

Please contact Mr. Andrew Burns with questions or concerns.