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..
Sport Management Assistant Professor Sungick Min of the Department of Applied Professional Studies served as the lead author of two articles that have been accepted for journal publication. Read More..
John Secunde, a senior from Limerick, Maine, majoring in Music Composition, has won the Novus New Music Inc. Composition Competition. His entry was selected from among 60 submissions submitted by composers from 17 states and 13 different countries. With the honor, Mr. Secunde will have the opportunity to write a concerto for saxophone and band and receive a premiere performance of that new work. Read More..
Distinguished Teaching Professor Neil Feit of the Department of Philosophy recently returned from
Uppsala, Sweden, where he gave a talk at the conference and workshop
“Harm: The Concept and Its Relevance.” The event was
hosted by Uppsala University and funded by the Swedish Foundation for
the Humanities and Social Sciences. Read More..
Distinguished Teaching Professor Robert Rogers will be inducted into the New York State Mathematics Educators' Hall of Fame. Inductees are chosen for the Hall of Fame, which is administered by the New York State Association of Mathematics Supervisors, based on their extraordinary contributions to the advancement of mathematics education in New York State. Read More..
Associate Professor Dustin Parsons of the Department of English will combine writing, class restructuring, and conference participation and readings during his sabbatical. Read More..
With the induction last spring of 28 new members into the Fredonia chapter of Psi Chi, the international honor society in Psychology, applications are being accepted for prospective members who have taken nine or more credits in psychology courses at Fredonia and also meet GPA and other requirements. Read More..
The art work of Professor Timothy Frerichs of the Department of Visual Arts and New Media will be displayed on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean in three exhibitions scheduled during September and October. Read More..
Department of Psychology professor Dr. Joseph McFall and student co-author, Jacob Abraham, ’16, presented a paper, “There's No Time Like the Present: ‘Presentism’ Outweighs ‘Future Anhedonia’ in Explaining Affective Forecasting Errors,” as the 28th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science in Chicago. Read More..
On WBEN radio's Hardline program, Assistant Professor Mike Igoe of the Department of Communication was interviewed recently about how the First Amendment affects NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick's refusal to stand for the National Anthem. Read More..
Associate Professor Robert Dahlgren was asked to join the editorial board of the Journal of Social Studies Research and Practice, a peer-reviewed, electronic journal that focuses on providing a venue for P-16 social studies research and practice manuscripts. Read More..