Junior Biology major Tamika Whittick has received the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship for her study abroad program in Belize City, Belize, where she will be interning with the World Pediatric Project (WPP). She was selected from over 3,000 applicants for the $3,500 summer scholarship program and is the second Fredonia student to receive the Gilman scholarship.
Katlynn Cole of Red Creek has been named Student of the Month for April by the Office of Residence Life. She was nominated for this award by Mojtaba Seyedian, chair of the Department of Business Administration, for her volunteer work, community outreach and outstanding academic performance. Read More..
Department of Theatre and Dance Professor James Ivey will direct “Women on Fire,” Irene O'Garden’s collection of 20 emotionally charged monologues that explore the breadth of women’s issues through humor and wisdom, during a four-week run in April at the Park School in Buffalo and an additional performance at the 1891 Fredonia Opera House on May 7. The five-member cast includes alumna Christina Rausa. Read More..
Fredonia student Maggie Papia has been awarded $1,000 from the SUNY Diversity Abroad Honors Scholarship Program (DAHSP) for a study abroad program in Oaxaca, Mexico this summer. Ms. Papia is a junior Speech Pathology and Spanish double major and plays for the women's soccer team. Read More..
School of Business Associate Professor Susan McNamara recently received the annual Pam Lydic Coalition Builder Award, an honor named in memory of the first president and CEO of the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce. Read More..
Dr. Susan Spangler of the Department of English recently spoke at the 2016 Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) Annual Convention. Spangler's contribution to the panel on Queering Assessment: Engaging Alternative Validity Arguments was titled, ""Flipping” Assessment: Queering Discourse and Practice in Grading Student Writing." Read More..
For the third time in six years, dancers from Fredonia’s Department of Theatre and Dance were given the honor of performing in the Gala Concert of the East-Central Regional American College Dance Association Conference. The work performed, "Orion I," was hailed by the adjudicators as an “intense, ambitious, and sophisticated” piece that “gave the dancers a work in which they could both shine and be challenged,” and conjured images of “time-lapse photography of space.” Read More..
Musicology Associate Professor Michael Markham has written an essay, “Favorite Things: Broken Sounds/Telephone Bach,” an essay about music, death and nostalgia, that appears in the Massachusetts Review, an online quarterly for literature, the arts and public affairs. Read More..
Dr. Lei Huang from the Department of Business Administration has been invited to present his paper, “Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships for Sustainability: A Relational View of Structure to Outcomes,” at the 76th annual meeting of the Academy of Management (AoM). Read More..
Women Create, a biennial juried exhibit of women’s art, will feature three Fredonia faculty and staff in its third annual show slated for the Dykeman-Young Gallery and Vintage Emporium in Jamestown. Read More..
Holly Lavin of Rochester, N.Y., has been named Student of the Month for March by the Office of Residence Life. She was nominated for this award by Distinguished Service Professor Jack Croxton for her campus and community outreach and her academic success. Read More..
The Buffalo Niagara Film Festival has officially selected a documentary created by Assistant Professor Ros Smith of the Department of Communication, “Views from Within,” to be screened at Tonawanda Castle, 69 Delaware St., in Tonawanda on Thursday, April 14 at 8 p.m. It is a world-wide international film festival. Read More..