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..
The promotional posters for the Department of Theatre and Dance events at Fredonia continue to earn design awards for their creator. Raymond Bonilla, an adjunct instructor in the Department of Visual Arts and New Media and Fredonia alumnus, recently added several more prestigious awards to the list of those he has garnered for posters he has designed for the theatre department’s Walter Gloor Mainstage Series. Read More..
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..
Assistant Professor Jill Reese of the School of Music co-authored a chapter in the book, “Curriculum and Assessment in Music Education.” In addition, her article, "Virtual Mentoring of Preservice Teachers: Mentors’ Perceptions" will be published in the Journal of Music Teacher Education. Read More..
“Using Experiential Learning to Improve Disability Services on a College Campus,” a paper written last year by three Fredonia students, will be published in the spring edition of The Undergraduate Business and Economics Research Journal. Read More..
Dr. Natalie Gerber of the Department of English has an essay, "Intonation and the Conventions of Free Verse," included in a special issue of Style, a quarterly journal of literary criticism, stylistics, poetics and aesthetics, dedicated to "Free Verse Rhythms." Read More..
Department of Theatre and Dance students fared well at a recent national competition designed to highlight theatre production skills. Members of the Fredonia Student Chapter of the United States Institute for Theatre Technology competed in the “Tech Olympics” at the USITT national conference, which was held in Cincinnati, Ohio, in March. Read More..
EmilyAnn Pleszewski, a senior social work major from Fredonia, has been selected as the 2015 National Association of Social Workers (NASW) New York State Western Division Bachelor's in Social Work (BSW) Student of the Year. The NASW award is given to master’s degree and baccalaureate level students who have demonstrated academic excellence and personify the values of Social Work as defined by the NASW Professional Code of Ethics. Read More..
Department of Communication Assistant Professor Roslin Smith and junior Video Production major Sarah Pietras will both be honored at the Niagara Film Festival for the short film titled “A Day in the Life of a Whiteboard” and the documentary, “Priscilla's Legacy.” Read More..
Jillian Burgess, a senior Psychology major from Rochester, N.Y., has been named Student of the Month for February by the Office of Residence Life. Ms. Burgess is being recognized for her involvement in a wide variety of both academic programs and campus activities. Read More..
The work of photography Professor Liz Lee has been published in the new edition of “The Book of Alternative Photographic Processes,” by internationally acclaimed artist and photographer Christopher James. Read More..