Science Education professor Dr. Michael Jabot has been named a Fellow of the State University at Buffalo Center for Integrated Global Biomedical Sciences, an international hub for innovation that brings together scientific disciplines in a nontraditional approach. Read More..
School of Business Assistant Professor Susan McNamara was one of six advisors chosen – from a pool of over 50 applicants – to serve on the Enactus Faculty Advisory Committee, which helps Enactus USA to shape policy and serve as the primary communication channel between advisors, teams and colleges, and Enactus USA Headquarters. Read More..
Communication professor Bond Benton wrote an article, "Connecting Across Cultures: Building a PR Team in Post Genocide Rwanda," that was published in the October edition of "Tactics," the premier journal for public relations practitioners published by the Public Relations Society of America. Read More..
Korrin Harvey of North Royalton, Ohio, has been named Student of the Month for October by the Office of Residence Life. Ms. Harvey was nominated for this award by Erin Willis, assistant director of Study Abroad and Student Exchange, for her positive contributions to the campus and community as the Lead Study Abroad Ambassador. Read More..
Associate professor of Finance Taihyeup Yi of the Department of Business Administration will present his paper, “Uncovered Equity Parity: Theory and Evidence from the G-7,” at the Financial Management Association International’s annual meeting. Read More..
Dr. Shannon McRae from the Department of English will spend her sabbatical year completing “Manufactured Mythologies,” a book on Jazz Age spiritual tourism and small-town attractions. She will also be writing two chapters of “Fallen Angel,” a book on cocktail culture and religion currently in progress in collaboration with a colleague from another institution. Read More..
Dr. Richard Robinson of the Department of Business Administration is the co-author of the article, “Capital Change and Stability when Dividends Convey Signals,” published in The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance. Read More..
Birger Vanwesenbeeck, associate professor of English, and Stephine Hunt, a current graduate student in English, launched the first of five prospective “gatherings” slated to appear in the pioneering open-access journal Electronic Book Review (EBR) over the next few months. Prepared by Ms. Hunt during her stint as an English graduate assistant this past spring semester, the gatherings bring together scholarly essays previously published by EBR in an electronic cluster around a chosen theme. Read More..
Sport Management Club students and faculty contributed to the excitement surrounding the home opener of the Buffalo Bills football team at New Era Field recently by participating in a fundraiser and also donating their time to benefit the Buffalo Bills Foundation. Read More..
Reneta Barneva, professor and chair of Applied Professional Studies, co-chaired the 5th International Symposium CompIMAGE’16, “Computational Modeling of Objects Presented in Images: Fundamentals, Methods and Applications,” held Sept. 21-13 in Niagara Falls. Read More..
Fredonia Department of Biology faculty member Dr. Courtney Wigdahl-Perry was recently contacted by international colleagues about conducting microplastics sampling on Chautauqua Lake, one of only a handful of North American sites to be included in a larger European study of microplastics in inland lakes. Read More..
The Fredonia School of Music's full-time string faculty will travel to Long Island during the week of Sept. 25 for performances and workshops with high school string students. Read More..