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Latrell Tyson named May ‘Student of the Month’

05/08/2017

Latrell Tyson, a junior majoring in Management with a minor in Communication, has been chosen as the May 2017 Student of the Month by the Office of Student Affairs.

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Zweig book co-edited by Vanwesenbeeck reissued

05/04/2017

A paperback reissue of the book, “Stefan Zweig and World Literature,” co-edited by English faculty member Dr. Birger Vanwesenbeeck, is slated to be published by Camden House.

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De Santi article explores core of Scorsese films

05/04/2017

Dr. Chiara De Santi of the Department of World Languages and Cultures recently had an article published on motherhood and Italian American gastronomy in the films of Martin Scorsese as part of the proceedings of a conference held at the University of Toronto in the spring of 2016.

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Faculty members selected for international summer institutes

04/28/2017

Three Fredonia faculty have been selected to participate in international summer institutes. The China Studies Institute and the Japan Studies Institute, competitive programs administered by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, are designed as professional development programs to integrate international studies into undergraduate curricula.

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Inaugural student programming contest held

04/27/2017

The Department of Computer Science, with the help of the Computer Science Club, held its first Fredonia Student Programming Contest. Seven teams with 20 students in total competed for two hours.

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Zubairi article on patient assignment disaster strategy published in journal

04/25/2017

A research article, "Smart Patient Assignment Algorithms for Disasters," written by Computer and Information Sciences Professor Junaid Zubairi, has been accepted for publication in Elsevier ICT Express, an international peer-reviewed journal published by the Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences.

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Caviedes writes chapter in ‘Handbook on Migration and Security’

04/21/2017

The new “Handbook on Migration and Security” (Edward Elgar Publishing), edited by Philippe Bourbeau, features a chapter by Associate Professor Alexander Caviedes of the Department of Politics and International Affairs. It provides a state-of-the-art analysis of the critically important links between migration and security in a globalizing world.

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Gerber has essay published, co-edits journal issue

04/21/2017

Department of English Associate Professor Natalie Gerber’s essay, "Global Englishes, Rhyme, and Rap: A Meditation Upon Shifts in Rhythm,"  appears in the edited collection “On Rhyme.” She also co-edited with Dr. Steven Axelrod a special issue of The Wallace Stevens Journal, "Wallace Stevens and Robert Frost: A Re-Consideration."

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Yi has article on inflation-hedging stock returns published in business research journal

04/20/2017

Business Associate Professor Taihyeup Yi has had his paper, “Inflation Hedging and Industry Stock Returns,” published in the Business Research Consortium Academy Journal of Business, Vol. 7, No. 1. The paper outlines research Dr. Yi has done on inflation-hedging abilities of stock returns in cyclical and noncyclical industries.

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Communication faculty member teaches in China over spring break

04/12/2017

Assistant Professor Mike Igoe of the Department of Communication spent the spring break teaching at the Southern University of Science and Technology’s Center for Language Education, conducting seminars on topics including public speaking, presentation skills and media ethics.

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Mason receives award from the Earth Month Network

04/07/2017

The Earth Month Network in honor of the 47th Anniversary of Earth Month® has bestowed upon Dr. Sherri A. Mason, chair of the Department of Geology and Environmental Sciences and professor of chemistry, the Environmental Excellence in Research Award.

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Gee lead editor of book that explores positive impact animals can have in the classroom

04/07/2017

"How Animals Help Students Learn," a newly released book with Psychology Professor Nancy R. Gee as lead editor, provides concrete examples of how animals have been successfully incorporated into classroom settings. Discussed in the book are different types of research which outline methods to achieve the strongest benefit, while ensuring the health and welfare of the students and animals.

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