Four seniors enrolled in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, Social Work and Criminal Justice will present results from the study, "Leaving Correctional Facilities: Understanding What it Means and How it Shapes the Transition to Adulthood," at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences to be held March 3 to 7 in Orlando, Fla. Read More..
Screenings of Department of Visual Arts and New Media faculty member Jill Johnston’s animated short, “Don’t Be Afraid of Bears,” were conducted at an eclectic collection of film festivals. Read More..
English Professor Aimee Nezhukumatathil was the 2015 Distinguished Visiting Writer-in-Residence at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington's M.F.A. program. Read More..
“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. Read More..
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. Read More..
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. Read More..
Alison Barry, ticketing and audience services manager for the Campus Ticket Office at Fredonia, has been elected to the board of directors for the International Ticketing Association (INTIX). Barry began a three-year term on the board on Jan. 15. Read More..
Finance professor Julie Fitzpatrick will have her paper, "Estimating the Link between QE3 and Business Investment," published in the forthcoming edition of The Business Research Consortium Journal of Business. Co-authored with Joseph Cheng of Ithaca College, the article explores the effectiveness of Quantitative Easing (QE) in stimulating business investment. Read More..
Assistant Professor Jill Reese of the Fredonia School of Music presented research at the 10th Biennial Suncoast Music Education Symposium on Feb. 6 in Tampa, Fla. Her study centered around university musicians who participated in an iPad ensemble, focusing on their experiences. Read More..
Images from the "Cosmological Processes" series that Liz Lee created as part of her Marion Fellowship are on view in "Artifact: ALTERNATIVES 2015" at Ohio University in Athens Ohio. The show was curated by Judy Natal. Artifact, the 2015 Alternatives exhibition of photographic work, examines the relationship between art and science. Read More..
Professor Jeanette McVicker of the Department of English wrote an essay published in a special issue of the journal, Boundary 2, that assesses the legacy of the journal’s founder, Dr. William V. Spanos of SUNY Binghamton, who was Dr. McVicker’s dissertation director. Read More..
Associate Professor Ivani Vassoler-Froelich of the Department of Politics and International Affairs is the co-author of, "Ideas in Motion: Angst and Hope in the Theory of Dependence," a chapter in “Merchants of Light: Conversations with Outstanding Scholars in the Social Sciences." Read More..