Antonio Regulier is the recipient of the 2015 Lanford Presidential Prize from the Oscar and Esther Lanford Endowment of the Fredonia College Foundation. The award will be presented at the afternoon Commencement ceremony on May 16. The award recognizes a member of the graduating class who has exhibited balanced achievement and exemplifies Fredonia’s ideals. Read More..
At its annual meeting in Atlanta, Ga., on April 15, the National Association of Educational Procurement (NAEP), whose membership is made up of both public and private universities and colleges across the nation, Europe and Africa, presented Fredonia Director of University Services Terry Tzitzis with its National Distinguished Service Award. Read More..
Associate Professor Birger Vanwesenbeeck of the Department of English has been named the recipient of a prestigious Scaliger Fellowship from Leiden University in the Netherlands.The fellowship will enable Dr. Vanwesenbeeck to spend two weeks researching the the archival collection of the Dutch art historian Johan Huizinga. Read More..
Tatianna Baker, who has worked with young children at the Campus and Community Children’s Center, helped lead cheers at pep rallies and raised money for St. Jude Children’s Hospital, has received Fredonia’s “Student of the Month” award for April. She’s also excelled in academics, ranking in the top 15 percent of the junior class with a 3.85 GPA. Read More..
Chris Hy, a senior in Business Administration-Management, won the Up and Coming Award for Products and Services at a recent student business plan competition at Hilbert College. Read More..
Fredonia English Professor Aimee Nezhukumatathil’s poem, “Upon Hearing the News,” was selected by award-winning author Sherman Alexie for inclusion in the volume, “The Best American Poetry 2015.” Since its debut in 1988, “The Best American Poetry” has been called a mainstay for the direction and spirit of American poetry. Read More..
Michael Markham, associate professor of music history, has just published a new essay in the Los Angeles Review of Books on the music of Philip Glass. In the review, Dr. Markham analyzes specific passages from Glass’ memoir, “Words without Music,” and connects them to the significance of Glass as a significant contributor to modern music in the late 20th century. Read More..
Fredonia senior Chelsea Newton's documentary, “Bridges” earned second place, surpassing over 250 contestants, at the SUNYWide Film Festival (SWFF) on Friday, April 24. The 15 minute documentary focuses on individuals who have been suffering from brain injury and their long road to recovery in the rehabilitation center known as Bridges. Read More..
Senior Sara Bartz, a Communications Disorders and Sciences major completing her degree in only three years, has been named Student of the Month for April by the Office of Residence Life. Read More..
Gurmukh Singh, visiting assistant professor in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences, recently published a research paper on pattern-recognition in the peer reviewed international journal, Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications. Read More..
Chad Healy, a senior B.F.A. Theatre Production and Design major, was awarded first place in the undergraduate division at the Southeastern Theatre Conference for his scenic design of “Balm in Gilead." Read More..
Associate Professor Birger Vanwesenbeeck of the Department of English has had his essay featured in the scholarly volume, “Steve Tomasula: The Art and Science of New Media Fiction,” published by Bloomsbury. The volume, edited by University of Western Illinois Professor David Banash, marks the first book-length study of multimedia novelist Steve Tomasula. Read More..