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Class laboratory experiment leads to publication in Journal of Molecular Structure

02/23/2018

An article reporting results of an experiment conducted by students in CHEM 481: Advanced Experimental Laboratory, with assistance from Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry faculty member Dr. Allan Jay Cardenas, has been published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Molecular Structure.

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Fredonia students co-author paper with Conroy

02/23/2018

Justin Conroy, associate professor and chair of the Department of Physics, has had a paper accepted for publication in an international peer-reviewed journal, the Journal of Physics Communications. Conroy, however, is quick to acknowledge that he cannot take all of the credit for the research.

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Drs. Walter and Barneva article published in educational journal

02/16/2018

School of Business Assistant Professor Lisa M. Walters and Professor Reneta Barneva, who also serves as chair of the Department of Applied Professional Studies, in conjunction with Dr. Valentin Brimkov of SUNY Buffalo State, co-authored the article “Teaching Decision-Making in Multiple Dimensions.”

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Singh has article published in international journal

02/16/2018

Gurmukh Singh, senior lecturer in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences, recently published a scholarly paper, “Wavelet Analysis of Particle Density Functions in Nucleus-Nucleus Interactions” in the International Journal of Modern Physics.

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Fredonia students receive Gilman Scholarship for study abroad

02/09/2018

Two Fredonia students,  Amy Rodriguez and Michaela Tadros, were among the recipients of the 2018 Gilman Scholarship for Summer Study Abroad that were recently announced.

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Schlich receives Katherine Anne Porter Prize for short-story collection

02/05/2018

“Quantum Convention & Other Stories,” the first book written by Eric Schlich, lecturer of Creative Writing in the Department of English, was awarded the Katherine Anne Porter Prize in Short Fiction at the University of North Texas.

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Kinkela co-editor of history journal issue

02/05/2018

David Kinkela, chair and associate professor in the Department of History, co-edited the latest issue of Radical History Review, a top history journal devoted to issues of gender, race, sexuality, imperialism and class that stretches the boundaries of historical analysis to explore Western and non-Western histories.

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Vanwesenbeeck essay most-read in Los Angeles Review of Books

02/05/2018

“Derrida’s Quarrel: ‘La Différance’ at 50,” an essay written by Birger Vanwesenbeeck, associate professor of English, was last week's most-read essay in the Los Angeles Review of Books, an online literary journal that attracts half a million readers from around the world each month.

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Dolson plays on GRAMMY award-winning recording

01/30/2018

Donna Dolson, lecturer and conductor of the Wind Symphony in the School of Music, played French horn on the recording with Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra that just won the GRAMMY for Best Orchestral Performance "Shostakovich Symphony No. 5; Barber: Adagio," Manfred Honeck, conducting.

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Bucci, Himes share Oasis Guitar Jury Prize

01/28/2018

Two Music Education students – Shane Bucci and John Himes – are recipients of the Oasis Guitar Jury Prize that recognizes the best in the School of Music’s guitar program. They will share a cash award of $500.

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Dunham gives presentation at American Astronomy Society meeting

01/28/2018

Michael Dunham, assistant professor of Physics, was invited to deliver a presentation, “Surveying Low-Mass Star Formation with the Submillimeter Array,” at the 231st meeting of the American Astronomical Society (AAS) on Jan. 9 in Washington, D.C. Determining how stars gain their mass and the resulting implications for planet formation is the focus of Dr. Dunham’s research.

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Publications and research focus of School of Business faculty member

01/28/2018

Dr. Tai Yi of the School of Business’s sabbatical plans include publications and research. He is currently working on three scholarly papers. The paper, “Stock Splits and Cash Flows: A New Test of the Signaling Hypothesis,” co-authored with Dr. Julie Fitzpatrick at Fredonia, was conditionally accepted in December 2017. The paper has been revised for submission at the end of January to The BRC Academy Journal of Business.

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