Philip Seymore, a former New York Knicks draft choice and most recently the College of New Rochelle's Associate Director of Athletics and The Wellness Center, is the new head coach of men's basketball at SUNY Fredonia. He is the 10th head coach in the history of the program (records dating back to 1928-29 season). Seymore brings a quarter-century of coaching experience to the Blue Devils' bench, mostly at the NCAA Division I level, including eight seasons under legendary head coach John Beilein.Read More..
“Keiko Abe’s presence on our campus last summer was truly life changing. She enriched the cultural life of our students, our community, and many other participants who attended the Academy and we are confident that this will be another innovative and inspiring week,” said Kay Stonefelt, SUNY Fredonia percussion professor and lead organizer of the Keiko Abe Academy.Read More..
A record 43 students in the Educational Development Program (EDP) at SUNY Fredonia will jump start their college career by participating in the 2013 July EDP Workshop for Expanded Learning (JEWEL) program. The program, to be held July 9-20, serves as the first step in an ongoing process designed to lead to academic and personal success.Read More..
Nearly 200 artistically gifted high school students from across New York State will gather at SUNY Fredonia to participate in two programs – Choral Studies and Visual Arts – offered by the New York State Summer School for the Arts program.Read More..
SUNY Fredonia announces the hiring of Dr. William A. Boerner, Ed.D., as its new Chief Diversity Officer. He will begin in his new role, which reports directly to SUNY Fredonia President Virginia Horvath, on July 17.Read More..
Nearly 1,500 students will begin their SUNY Fredonia experience by participating in one of six orientation programs designed to familiarize them with the campus, its available services and learning tools, as well as course requirements for general education and individual majors.Read More..
SUNY Fredonia President Virginia Horvath served as host this past Wednesday evening to a meeting of presidents representing the Western New York Consortium of Higher Education, an initiative comprising 21 universities and colleges within Western New York.Read More..