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Clarkson-Hendrix gives presentation at Society for Social Work and Research conference

01/19/2018

Michael Clarkson-Hendrix, assistant professor in the Department of Sociocultural and Justice Sciences, presented an ePoster, “Secure Workplace Attachment: A Qualitative Study of Relational and Social Contingencies,” at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, held Jan. 10-13, in Washington, D.C.

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Kinkela delivers paper at ground-breaking plastic food packaging symposium

01/17/2018

Associate Professor David Kinkela of the Department of History presented a paper, “Packaging the Six-Pack: The Business and Ecological History of Plastic Six-Pack Rings,” at Food Packaging: Uncovering the History, an international symposium held in Tokyo.

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Hohle’s newest book tracks rise of neoliberalism

01/10/2018

How simple racial binaries – notably black/white – are no longer able to explain the persistence of racism, capitalism and elite white power is examined by Associate Professor Randolph Hohle of the Department of Sociocultural and Justice Sciences in his new book, “Racism in the Neoliberal Era: A Meta History of Elite White Power,” published by Routledge.

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Denton, ’16 alumnus co-author chapter in 'The College Counselor’s Guide to Group Psychotherapy'

12/14/2017

Department of Psychology Assistant Professor Lisa Denton co-authored a chapter in the new book, “The College Counselor’s Guide to Group Psychotherapy,” published by Routledge, with alumnus Justin Hodges.

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Reiff receives lifetime achievement award

12/08/2017

SUNY Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus Daniel D. Reiff, a professor of art history at Fredonia from 1970 until 2004, received the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award from Marquis Who’s Who, in recognition of his outstanding contributions to his profession and the Marquis Who’s Who community.

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VanDette contributes chapter to new book, ‘Mark Twain and Philosophy’

12/08/2017

Associate Professor Emily E. VanDette has written a chapter, "Twain’s Critique of Human Exceptionalism: ‘The Descent of Man’ and the Anti-Vivisection Movement" for the new book "Mark Twain and Philosophy."

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Rachel Painter named final ‘Student of the Month’ for the fall semester

12/06/2017

Rachel Painter, a senior from Olean majoring in Business Administration – Marketing with a minor in Leadership Studies, has been chosen as the November Student of the Month by the Office of Residence Life.

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Students reap SUNYWide Film Festival honors

12/04/2017

Fredonia Department of Visual Arts and New Media students were in the spotlight at the SUNYWide Film Festival, earning a pair of top awards in the Animation category at what has become one of the top student film festivals in the Northeast.

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Hillman-McCord edits book that examines digital technology impacts on musical theatre

12/04/2017

Associate Professor Jessica Hillman-McCord of the Department of Theatre and Dance edited and contributed two chapters to her new book, “iBroadway: Musical Theatre in the Digital Age,” to be released this month by Palgrave Macmillan.

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McFall presents paper on emerging adult well-being at SSEA conference

12/04/2017

Psychology Assistant Professor Joseph McFall presented the paper, “Understanding Indirect Effects of Interpersonal Transgressions on Health and Well-being in Emerging Adults: A Comparison of Stress Process and Discrimination Models," at the Society for the Study of Emergency Adulthood’s (SSEA) 2017 conference.

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Vanwesenbeeck pens tribute to AC/DC guitarist for Los Angeles Review of Books

12/04/2017

Department of English Associate Professor Birger Vanwesenbeeck published a tribute to Malcolm Young, the recently deceased rhythm guitarist of legendary rock band AC/DC, in the Los Angeles Review of Books.

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Student works selected for national film festival

12/03/2017

Two student videos from the Film and Video Arts program within the Department of Visual Arts and New Media Department were official selections at the 8th Student Experimental Film Festival (SEFF) held on Friday, Dec. 1, at Art Mission & Theater in Binghamton.

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