Kim Tillery, chair of the Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences, has been invited to serve on the editorial boards of two journals; the American Journal of Audiology and American Journal of Undergraduate Research. Read More..
Megan Valentine, associate director of Athletics and Recreation/Senior Woman Administrator, was recently selected for the Women in the Spotlight’s Brand Leadership Institute. Through a new collaboration with the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA), Ms. Valentine was tabbed as the Division III representative. Read More..
A new musical work will be the high point of School of Music Associate Professor Joe Dan Harper’s sabbatical, which will revolve around a variety of professional development activities including coaching with experts in the field, repertoire development, auditions, performing, and study of the French language, vocal pedagogy and lyric diction for singers. Read More..
Mike Igoe and Roslin Smith, assistant professors of Communication, will receive a video award for their production, “Good Storytelling,” at a screening and award ceremony to be held at the Broadcast Education Association’s 15th annual convention on April 23 in Las Vegas, Nev. “Good Storytelling” won Best Educational Video honors at the BEA’s 2017 Festival of Media Arts. Read More..
Lisa Walters, assistant professor of operations management in the Department of Business Administration, had a paper she submitted in early February to the Quality Management Journal accepted for publication. Read More..
Birger Vanwesenbeeck, associate professor of English, has been selected to give the Magliocco Lecture at Western Illinois University in March. The prestigious annual lecture series, named after a professor emeritus of English at the university, has brought scholars to the Western Illinois campus for talks on literature, film, theory, or the state of the discipline. Read More..
Michael Jabot, professor of Science Education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, served as lead presenter at the North American Regional Meeting for Global Learning and Observation to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program. In addition, he has been elected to the Advisory Board for the Journal of Global Education and Research (JGER) and awarded a grant to support climate education across the region by the Chautauqua Education Coalition through support by National Grid. Read More..
Dr. A. Jacqueline Swansinger of the Department of History is spending her sabbatical year writing up an article on language and Post-colonialism in modern Morocco to be included in an anthology organized by Dr. Xin Fan of the history department and colleagues. Additionally, Dr. Swansinger is also developing a book proposal on Stephen Girard, an early American merchant and millionaire. Read More..
Jasmine Bell, a senior Voice major in the School of Music, has been named Student of the Month for February by the Office of Residence Life .She was nominated by Megan Mackowiak of the Financial Aid Office at Fredonia.
Dr. Linda Hall of the School of Business recently attended the 10th Annual Global Water Alliance Conference at the U.S. Embassy and Consulates in Kolkata, India, where she presented a paper titled “Exploring the Impact of Investment in WASH (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene) and Women’s Empowerment NGOs in West Bengal, India.” Read More..
Ziya Arnavut, professor and chair of the Department of Computer and Information sciences, chaired the 13th High-Capacity Networks and Emerging/Enabling Technologies (HONET) conference, held October 13-14 in Kyrenia, Cyprus. Read More..
Jamie Leigh Sampson, adjunct instructor and media production assistant in the School of Music, has been named executive director of the soundSCAPE Festival in Italy. Each summer in Maccagno, Italy, soundSCAPE attracts composers, performers and conductors from around the world for two weeks of concerts, lectures, master classes and workshops. Read More..