Charles Cornell, director at the Fredonia Technology Incubator, has joined an elite group of graduates who have demonstrated their commitment and support for the entrepreneurial ecosystem by earning the Business Incubation Management Certificate from the International Business Innovation Association (InBIA). Read More..
Fredonia has announced that David M. Tiffany will retire as of Dec. 31. He has served as Fredonia’s Vice President of University Advancement, as well as the Executive Director of the Fredonia College Foundation, since joining the university in 2005. Betty Catania Gossett has been named to serve as Interim Vice President and Foundation Executive Director. Ms. Gossett, an alumna of Fredonia, has served as Associate Vice President for University Development and Assistant Executive Director of the Fredonia College Foundation since 2008. Read More..
Fredonia’s School of Music voice students, who also include majors in Musical Theatre, recently competed at the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) competition recently at Nazareth College in Rochester. Read More..
Michael Jabot, professor of Science Education, received the Champion of Teacher Development Award by the Science Teachers Association of New York State.The award was presented at the association's recent annual conference. Read More..
Megan Valentine, assistant director of Athletics, was selected by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to be a member of the 2016 Pathway Program. The program is designed to elevate those currently in senior-level positions within athletic administration to the next step as a director of athletics. Read More..
Assistant Professor Jill Reese and Professor Christian Bernhard II, faculty members in Music Education, will present their research at the Virginia Music Educators Association Annual Conference (VMEA) in Norfolk from Nov. 19 to 21. Read More..
Emily E. VanDette, associate professor of English, presented her research at the triennial conference of the Society for the Study of American Women Writers (SSAWW) in Philadelphia, Pa. on Nov. 5. The group brings together scholars from around the world with the mission of advancing the study of American women writers.
Politics and International Affairs Associate Professor Alexander Caviedes is working on a project dealing with European press depictions of immigration through a five-country study spanning five languages across five years. Read More..
Laura Deen Johnson, associate professor of Communication, will be taking a writing and research sabbatical during the 2016 spring semester. Her projects include completing a book and consulting with the Media Team at the Seneca Nation of Indians. Read More..
Dr. Ellen Litwicki of the Department of History is serving as a Fulbright Scholar in Hungary from August to January 2016 during her sabbatical from Fredonia, teaching at the University of Szeged, giving presentations and writing. Read More..
Under the nationwide Books@Work banner, Fredonia English professors Emily VanDette and Iclal Vanwesenbeeck are spurring new literary exploration and discussion among Chautauqua Institution employees at the lake resort during its off-season. Read More..
Amy Jo Dorler and Debbie Lanski were recognized as recipients of Fredonia secretarial awards at the Fall 2015 Secretarial/Clerical Fall Conference held recently at the College Lodge. Read More..