A team of students majoring in the social sciences at SUNY Fredonia will be in Albany on Friday, March 21, to present data they compiled to assess the value of social worker training and education at the bachelor’s level for workers involved in child welfare services at the county level. 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..
Admissions Counselor Brandon Williamson, ’07, was voted Best Poet of the Month in October, as judged at a Poetry Slam in downtown Toronto. 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..
Todd Proffitt, associate professor of Theatre and resident Lighting Designer in the Dept. of Theatre and Dance, writes a continuing column on design and technical issues for the national trade publication for stage technicians and designers, Stage Directions. Read More..
SUNY Fredonia Director of Dance Helen Myers and Professor Ted Lee of the Department of Biology have been selected to participate in the Summer 2014 CIEE Faculty Development Seminar series funded by Provost Terry Brown. The seminars provide faculty and administrators access to rich academics, diverse intercultural experiences, and innovative approaches to learning and problem solving for their campus and classroom. Read More..
The Stefan Zweig Archives in Reed Library received a visit in October 2013 by Dr. Arturo Larcati, an Italian Germanist who teaches at the University of Verona, Italy, and lives in Salzburg, Austria, that will further enhance SUNY Fredonia’s connection to the acclaimed Austrian-Jewish writer of the early 20th century. Read More..
Aimee Nezhukumatathil, a professor of English at SUNY Fredonia, has published a poetry collaboration series in the January/February 2014 issue of Orion, one of the country's leading environmental magazines. She also served as faculty for the 2014 Palm Beach Poetry Festival in January. Read More..
Head men’s soccer Coach P.J. Gondek recently completed a one-year term as chairman of the NCAA Division III Soccer Committee. Read More..
The theatrical talents of two SUNY Fredonia theatre faculty members will be in the spotlight, both on and off stage, in the 1891 Fredonia Opera House production of A.R. Gurney's “Love Letters” on Saturday, Feb. 15, at 7:30 p.m. Read More..
Dr. Gurmukh Singh, a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences, has published a scholarly article entitled, “Wavelet analysis of shower track distribution in high-energy nucleus-nucleus collisions,” in the Journal of Advances in High Energy Physics, Vol. 2013. Read More..
Communication Professor Bond Benton has written the first book that answers a relevant question: What’s it like to be a non-American working for an American organization?
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It’s an issue of growing importance as American companies and institutions expand abroad, but there’s a largely overlooked group — non-American Foreign Service Nationals employed by the U.S. Department of State — for whom it is a crucial issue that needs to be brought to the forefront. Read More..