Professor Helen Myers of the Department of Theatre and Dance is the author of the chapter, “Piercing the Mask of Japanese Dance Theater,” in a new edition of the book, “The Dance Experience.” Read More..
Students from the Interdisciplinary Studies in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) program participated with faculty and alumni in the 23rd Annual GIS/SIG Spatial/Digital Mapping Conference in the Rochester area held on April 15. Alumnus Bryan Wilson shared First Place with Dr. Ann Deakin and Professor Emeritus Douglas Shephard in the Professional Map category. Read More..
Professor of English Aimee Nezhukumatathil served as a headliner for the 2014 Massachusetts Student Day of Poetry held on March 21 at the University of Massachusetts-Boston. Read More..
The Mid-Atlantic Region of the American Music Therapy Association will hold its annual conference this year at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center. Dr. Joni Milgram-Luterman and Kimberly Mancino of the School of Music's Music Therapy program will co-host the conference entitled, "Spread Your Wings with Music Therapy," on April 10 to 12. Read More..
Ashgate Publishing House has just published the book, “Conciliarism and Church Law in the Fifteenth Century – Studies on Franciscus Zabarella and the Council of Constance,” by Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus Thomas E. Morrissey. Read More..
Associate Professor Natalie Gerber of the Department of English gave two collaborative presentations with composition theorist Peter Ellbow and linguistics graduate-student Hülya Belketin from University of Dusseldorf in Germany at the 2014 Conference on College, Composition, and Communication, in Indianapolis, Ind. Read More..
Communication's Mike Igoe was a recent guest on WBEN's "Hardline" in Buffalo. Dr. Igoe, a former journalist and an attorney, was invited to speak about the free speech debate within the Grand Island (N.Y.) School District, where a student was suspended after refusing to remove a t-shirt which displayed the logo of the National Rifle Association. Read More..
Ivani Vassoler (Political Science and International Studies) is the 2014 recipient of the James Street Prize in recognition of her article, "Baron of Rio Branco and the Construction of the Brazilian International Identity," published in Latin American Essays (Vol. XXVI, 2012). Read More..
Marion Fellow for the Visual and Performing Arts and professor of photography Liz Lee's exhibit, “Without Glass,” is at the Kiernan Gallery in Lexington, Va., through March 29. Read More..
On Thursday, March 6, the SUNY Fredonia Business Club presented the 37th Annual Business Persons of the Year Award to Rita Canfora and Debbie Michalak, owners of The Cutting Crew, located on Eagle Street in the village of Fredonia. An award banquet and ceremony was held in the Williams Center. Read More..
Drs. Kathleen Magiera of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and Jennifer Moon Ro of the Department of Language, Learning and Leadership of the College of Education at SUNY Fredonia, with Dr. Barbara Chorzempa of SUNY New Paltz, and Dr. Mary Kay Szwejbka of Jamestown Community College, were the recipients of a $3,000 SUNY Networks of Excellence planning grant for a project, “Southern Tier Energy Production: Powering Up Middle School Writers to Learn About their Communities.” Read More..
Distinguished Professor Alberto Rey will have an installation at the Burchfield Penney Art Center. Biological Regionalism: Alberto Rey, will be on view Feb. 14 through May 18. The exhibit tells the history of Scajaquada Creek, a once beautiful river turned into a sewer, flowing from Lancaster, N.Y., through ─ and then buried under ─ Buffalo and into the Niagara River. Read More..