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..
Individual awards were presented and all members of the Custodial Services department at the Fredonia were honored at the 14th Custodial Services Awards Recognition Luncheon on Jan. 14 at the Horizon Room in the Williams Center. The event, held every January, gives the university the opportunity to recognize individual winners of Custodial Safety Incentive Awards as well as their colleagues for their hard work and dedication. Read More..
Associate Professor Natalie Gerber of the Department of English gave two professional presentations at the 2015 Modern Language Association (MLA)) Convention held Jan. 8 to 11 in Vancouver, Canada. Read More..
School of Music faculty member Dr. Natasha Farny will perform at the Nazareth College's Department of Music’s “The Best of East and West” program as part of its Faculty Recital Series on Sunday, Jan. 18, at 3 p.m., in the Gerald G. Wilmot Recital Hall. The performance is free and open to the public. Read More..
Faculty Emeriti Edwin D. Lawson and the late Richard F. Sheil have seen their English and Russian dictionary, “Tatar First Names from West Siberia,” published. The book is dedicated to Dr. Sheil, a longtime School of Music voice professor and choral conductor, who passed away in 2013. Dr. Lawson is a retired professor and former chair of the Psychology Department. Read More..
Marketing Assistant Professor Lei Huang is co-author of the article, "The Impacts of Package Color and the Nutrition Content Labels on the Perception of Food Healthiness and Purchase Intention," that will be published in the 2015 issue of the Journal of Food Product Marketing. Read More..
Morgan Hartley, a junior Music Education major from Baldwinsville who has been engaged in a wide range of campus programs and activities, has been named Student of the Month for November by the Office of Residence Life. Read More..
The Foundation Team won first place in last week's Gingerbread House contest, sponsored by the Biology Club. The 100 percent edible Foundation House replica helped raise money for the food pantry of the Chautauqua County Rural Ministry. Read More..
Department of English Associate Professor Natalie Gerber co-edited “Helen Vendler’s Stevens,” a special issue of The Wallace Stevens Journal that was published to honor Dr. Vendler upon her retirement. Dr. Gerber co-edited the special issue with Associate Editor Lisa Goldfarb and Editor Bart Eeckhout. Read More..
Birger Vanwesenbeeck, associate professor of English, was appointed editor of the “Fictions Present” thread of the Electronic Book Review (EBR) in November. Now in its 18th year, EBR is a pioneering open access scholarly journal of critical writing about both print and born-digital literature, theory and the arts. Read More..