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Short film and documentary selected for Niagara Film Festival

03/27/2015

Department of Visual Arts and New Media Assistant Professor Roslin Smith and junior Video Production major Sarah Pietras will both be honored at the Niagara Film Festival for the short film titled “A Day in the Life of a Whiteboard” and the documentary, “Priscilla's Legacy.”

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Jillian Burgess named February Student of the Month

03/27/2015

Jillian Burgess, a senior Psychology major from Rochester, N.Y., has been named Student of the Month for February by the Office of Residence Life. Ms. Burgess is being recognized for her involvement in a wide variety of both academic programs and campus activities.

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Lee's work published in acclaimed text

03/27/2015

The work of photography Professor Liz Lee has been published in the new edition of “The Book of Alternative Photographic Processes,” by internationally acclaimed artist and photographer Christopher James.

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Student playwright to participate in SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference

03/13/2015

Caeli Faisst, a junior Theatre Arts major, has been invited to participate in the first annual SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference (SURC) at Brockport on April 10 with her original play, “Echoes of Emily.” The play strives to breathe new life into the work of the celebrated and complex poet, Emily Dickenson.

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English Professor co-edits new volume on Zweig

03/13/2015

Associate Professor Birger Vanwesenbeeck of the Department of English is the co-editor of a new volume with essays on author Stefan Zweig that was just published by Camden House. “Stefan Zweig and World Literature: Twenty-First-Century Perspectives” is the first critical study of Zweig in English to appear in North America in over 25 years.

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Fredonia professor’s sculptures featured in solo exhibition in Buffalo

03/13/2015

“The Scrutiny of Objects: Sculptures by Robert A. Booth” opens with a reception March 13 and runs through Aug. 30 at the Burchfield Penney Art Center in Buffalo. Professor Booth explores familiarity and the understanding of place, purpose or function.

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Professor Rob Deemer to have choral premiere at Carnegie Hall

03/09/2015

“Eulogy,” a composition by School of Music Associate Professor Rob Deemer, will premiere at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall on Friday, March 13 at 8 p.m. The Harmonia Chamber Singers, a professional caliber a cappella ensemble based in Buffalo, will perform the piece at “A Cappella Next!” an event dedicated to contemporary choral chamber music.

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Alumni earn Gold, Best of Show, at 2015 ADDY awards student competition

03/09/2015

Numerous 2014 Fredonia Graphic Design graduates struck gold in the 2015 Buffalo ADDY awards student competition.The ADDY awards program, sponsored by the Advertising Club of Buffalo, was held March 6 at The Tralf Music Hall in downtown Buffalo’s Theatre District.

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Creative Design team garners Silver at the ADDY awards

03/01/2015

Fredonia’s Creative Design team, part of the Marketing and Communications group, garnered a Silver ADDY award for Fredonia Science Center Dedication in the category of Collateral Material at the 2015 WNY ADDYs. The awards event was held on March 6.

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VanDette writes chapter in the first MLA book about service-learning, literary studies

02/26/2015

“Service Learning and Literary Studies in English,” the first book published by the Modern Language Association on the subject of service-learning pedagogy in literature classrooms, features a chapter written by English professor Emily VanDette.

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Michael Jabot appointed to Leopold National Leadership Team

02/20/2015

Science Education Professor Michael Jabot of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction has been named to the newly-formed National Leadership Team for the Leopold Education Project.

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Faculty teaching community-based Books@Work Program

02/16/2015

Six Fredonia faculty members are participating in the nationwide, community-based “Books@Work” program, whose mission is to promote complex literacy while serving companies and employees.

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