|Expo will feature work of Computer and Information Sciences students Wednesday |
The Department of Computer and Information Sciences will hold the fourth annual Student Expo on Wednesday, Dec. 11, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the first floor lobby of Houghton Hall. An estimated 15-20 students are expected to participate in the fourth annual expo.
|Biology majors honored as October 'Students of the Month' |
Maria Green and Nicholas Dragonette, both senior Biology majors, were named Students of the Month for October by the Office of Residence Life. “Both are bright, pleasant and motivated students,” said Dr. Ted Lee of the Department of Biology, who nominated them for the award. As co-founders of the Health Professions Club, Green, of Loudonville, and Dragonette, of Orchard Park, have a key role in the club that provides advice to upperclassmen and serves as a forum for all pre-health students at SUNY Fredonia to discuss issues.
|New Horizons Band giving holiday concert at Dunkirk High School |
The New Horizons Band of Western New York will present a winter concert at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 13, in the Dunkirk High School auditorium. The concert is free, but attendees are asked to please bring non-perishable food items. The donated food items will be distributed by the Dunkirk High School Student Council to families in the Dunkirk area.
|Ski & Ride Club plans trip to Vermont in January |
The SUNY Fredonia Ski & Ride Club, a student organization, will be active this winter providing opportunities for students and faculty and staff who like to ski or snowboard. The club is sponsoring a trip to Killington Mountain Resort, Vermont, during the first full week of January, and regular trips to Holiday Valley in Ellicottville, NY next semester.
|Study relief for students arrives with 'De-stress for Success' events |
The Counseling Center, together with various campus departments and faculty, will host De-stress for Success, an initiative for students during the last week of classes and Final Exam Week. De-stress for Success is a series of events, programs and workshops designed to help students find ways to reduce stress in a healthy, productive manner, and gain the focus they need to succeed during the challenging end-of-the-semester time.
|Agreement signed with Niigata U. of Pharmacy and Applied Sciences |
An agreement has been reached between SUNY Fredonia and Niigata University of Pharmacy and Applied Life Sciences (NUPALS), of Japan, to encourage the development of joint research projects and facilitate faculty and student mobility between the two educational institutions. NUPALS works with local industry and government to identify future medical, food, environmental and technology needs relative to applied life sciences. It was founded in 1977.
|Fundraising campaign for typhoon victims inspired by profs' kids |
English professors Aimee Nezhukumatathil and Emily VanDette have set up a fundraising campaign, inspired by their children, to support the victims of Typhoon Haiyan. Donors will receive original art created by the children depicting sea creatures found in the Philippines. All donations go to "ShelterBox," an international disaster relief agency that is currently working in the Philippines.