School of Business Professor Lei Huang has been named an academic judge on the Collegiate Chapters Council of the American Marketing Association (AMA). Dr. Huang joins a slate of more than 100 academic judges, drawn from academia and industry from across the United States and Canada, who serve at competitions that recognize excellence and facilitate professional development. Read More..
The writings of English Professor Aimee Nezhukumatathil have recently been anthologized in two different collections: “365 Poems for Every Occasion,” selected by The Academy of American Poets, and “Creating Nonfiction: Twenty Essays and Interviews with Writers,” to be published by SUNY Press this month. Read More..
Five Fredonia students participating as a team have earned a spot as one of the six finalists in the 2016 CFA Research Challenge of Western New York. Team members include Katlynn Cole, Connor Barnes, Daniel Cecilia, Philip Lavin and team captain John Morgante. The group is advised by faculty member Dr. Taihyeup Yi and the final presentation competition is slated for Feb. 15 at SUNY Geneseo. Read More..
History Professor David Kinkela served as a contributing editor of the recently published, “America in the World, 1776 to the Present: A Supplement to the Dictionary of American History,” 1st Edition. One of three contributing editors, Dr. Kinkela, whose research focuses on environmental politics, developed and shepherded all entries from the period 1945 to the present. Colleague Dr. Peter McCord of the history department contributed six entries. Read More..
Department of History Professor John Staples has co-authored “Transformation on the Southern Ukrainian Steppe: Letters and Papers of Johann Cornies,” published by the University of Toronto Press. “Transformation on the Southern Ukrainian Steppe” documents the experiences Prussian Mennonites who were recruited by the Russian empire to bring progressive agricultural methods to newly opened grasslands in southern Ukraine during the 18th and 19th centuries. Read More..
Professor Emeritus Linda Brigance of the Department of Communication recently donated her dissertation research materials to the Iowa Women’s History Archives at the University of Iowa.Dr. Brigance’s dissertation used the 1992 Iowa Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) referendum controversy as a case study to examine audience standards of reasonableness and relevance and the role of those standards in collective decision making. Read More..
Fredonia alumna Katie Tyczynski has been named the 2016 Rookie Teacher of the Year by the South Carolina Council for Exceptional Children (CEC). Ms. Tyczynski received her bachelor’s degree in Childhood Inclusive Education-Math. from Fredonia in 2011. Read More..
Yasuki Hirata, of Otsu, Shiga, Japan, has been named January Student of the Month by Residence Life. He was nominated by Jacob Czelusta, assistant director of International Student Services, for his creation of and involvement in the Japanese Club and collaborative efforts with other campus groups. Read More..
Faculty members Timothy Frerichs and Jill Kambs of the Department of Visual Arts and New Media will be featured by the Western New York Book Arts Center (WNYBAC) in its “Log Lines” exhibit starting Tuesday, Jan. 26. An opening reception to celebrate the exhibition will be held on Friday, Jan. 29 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the gallery at 468 Washington St., Buffalo. Read More..
Members of the Custodial Services department were honored and individual awards presented at the 15th Custodial Services Awards Recognition Luncheon held on Jan. 14 at the Horizon Room in the Williams Center. Read More..
Two members of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction faculty, Drs. Ana Maria Klein and Kathleen Magiera, had their fourth peer-reviewed article published on their partnership with Silver Creek Elementary School. Read More..
An article written by English Associate Professor Susan Spangler, "Flipping Assessment, Making Assessment a Learning Experience," was ranked among the top 10 articles on the Faculty Focus teaching blog. Read More..