HTComGroup announces the publication of the English and Russian dictionary, “Tatar First Names from West Siberia,” by Professor Emeritus Edwin D. Lawson and the late Dr. Richard F. Sheil of State University of New York at Fredonia, and Professor Zinaida S. Zavyalova of National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University. Read More..
Marketing Assistant Professor Lei Huang is co-author of the article, "The Impacts of Package Color and the Nutrition Content Labels on the Perception of Food Healthiness and Purchase Intention," that will be published in the 2015 issue of the Journal of Food Product Marketing, an academic journal. Read More..
Morgan Hartley, a junior Music Education major from Baldwinsville who has been engaged in a wide range of campus programs and activities, has been named Student of the Month for November by the Office of Residence Life. Read More..
The Foundation Team won first place in last week's Gingerbread House contest, sponsored by the Biology Club. The 100% edible Foundation House replica helped raise money for the food pantry of the Chautauqua County Rural Ministry. Read More..
Department of English Associate Professor Natalie Gerber co-edited “Helen Vendler’s Stevens,” a special issue of The Wallace Stevens Journal that was published to honor Dr. Vendler upon her retirement. Dr. Gerber co-edited the special issue with Associate Editor Lisa Goldfarb and Editor Bart Eeckhout. Read More..
Birger Vanwesenbeeck, associate professor of English, was appointed editor of the “Fictions Present” thread of the Electronic Book Review (EBR) in November. Now in its 18th year, EBR is a pioneering open access scholarly journal of critical writing about both print and born-digital literature, theory and the arts. Read More..
Meghan Devine of Clarence has been named Fredonia Office of Residence Life’s Student of the Month for the month of October. Ms. Devine, a senior double major in Audio/Radio Production and Media Management with a minor in English, excels not only in the classroom, but also at the radio station and as a student athlete. Read More..
Dr. Kay Stonefelt of the School of Music has been named a SUNY Distinguished Professor. The Distinguished Professorship is conferred upon individuals who have achieved national or international prominence and a distinguished reputation within a chosen field. She is one of only 11 faculty, system-wide, to be appointed by the SUNY Board of Trustees to the distinguished ranks this fall. Read More..
Department of History Professor Markus Vink recently accepted an invitation by Dr. Jos Gommans of Leiden University to join the advisory board of the Dutch Studies in Colonial and Global History Series to be published by Leiden University Press. Read More..
The Mathematical Association of America has a review of, "How We Got From There to Here: A Story of Real Analysis," by Dr. Robert Rogers of the Department of Mathematical Sciences, and Dr. Eugene Boman of Penn State – Harrisburg. Read More..
Associate Professor Steven Fabian of the Department of History accepted an invitation this past summer to join the editorial board of the Radical History Review, a journal originating at New York University. Read More..
David Tiffany received the Earle Hannel Outstanding Fundraising Executive award from the Western New York Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals awarded on November's National Philanthropy Day. Read More..