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Billy Watterson and his wife Brenda were excited to sign over a million-dollar check to the university. The donation will make a significant impact on the Environment, Health, Safety, and Sustainability program at the school. Watterson graduated from that program back in 1996 and has been heavily involved with the school as an alumni. He says that the money will go toward giving Environment, Health, Safety, and Sustainability program students the same opportunities he had to succeed.

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On the University of Findlay’s campus, students will be able to take advantage of a new hammock park. It’s all thanks to some funding from the Student Government Association, who says that students have been fond of the original hammock park on campus and wanted to give them an updated version.

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Every year, the university trains their student faculty on many different emergency situations, fires being one of them. This year, the RAs and DAs got an extra lesson from the state fire marshal. The Fire Marshals office gave the students a live demonstration on the difference that a sprinkler system could make on a residential fire, and also showing the students how quickly a whole room is engulfed in flames. The university recognizes the responsibility that the student-faculty hold, and that it’s crucial that they’re prepared for any emergency situation, especially something as serious and as a fire in the dorms.

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High school students are talking about faith over a week at the University of Findlay. The Well is a week-long faith experience for students to talk about what they believe, who they are, and who they want to become. 

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The University of Findlay is holding its 14th Annual Pharmacy Summer Camp this week to expose area high schoolers on career options for their futures. Upcoming High School Juniors and Seniors are invited to the overnight camp, where they learn hands-on methods used in real-life pharmacy. They are educated on all areas, from retail to specialized clinics to hospital pharmacy. Tonya Dauterman, an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at the university says not only do students get a taste of college life while at camp, but they can also visualize life after graduation.

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The University of Findlay had their third student vaccination clinic on Monday. 1,200 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine were delivered to the college to be given out over four sessions. Students studying health professions, including nursing and pharmacy, have helped administer the shots. All UF students should have received an email to sign up, making the process as easy as possible.