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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR STUDENT, FACULTY, AND ALUMNI AWARD WINNERS

We're so happy to share the news that Associate Professor Ann Siegle Drege won Fredonia's highest teaching award, Professor Birger Vanwesenbeeck won our most prestigious research award, and alumnus Zachary Beaudoin won a major graduate student award from Columbia University--all in a two-week span!  We've been celebrating them and our undergraduate student award winners--including SUNY Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence winner and triple major Caroline Schettler--on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.  Follow us on social media to find out more!

 

NEW ACCELERATED B.A./M.A. PROGRAM IN ENGLISH ADOLESCENCE EDUCATION TO ROLL OUT IN FALL 2020!

Go to the Campus Report and our brand-new English Adolescence Education B.A./M.A. page for more on how to take only five years to get two English Adolescence Education degrees from Fredonia English:  both a B.A. and an M.A. with eligibility for initial certification and professional certification following completion of required teaching experience and state exams.  Plus, you still pay undergraduate tuition in the fourth year.  Check back here for even more news in coming weeks and months!

 

Student Story

April Klusek
"Learning with the same group of peers for the past three years has been incredible to say the least. Not only have we been learning the foundations that encapsulate the English Education major, but we are experiencing the joys of teaching together. Stepping into a new program like the BA/MA is going to be a learning experience for everyone involved, but there is a level of comfortability at play because we are all familiar with one another. This is a new and exciting experience for all of us."
April Klusek English Adolescence Education B.A./M.A. Class of 2021

Student story

Alex Moore
"The chance to work towards my masters at SUNY Fredonia with the same professors and colleagues I have developed a strong relationship with is a great opportunity. Completing my master's in 5 years also saves time and money, allowing me to enter the workforce earlier with more confidence. The multi-award program offers a variety of beneficial courses that will make me a stronger teacher, such as technology in the classroom, teaching writing and reading, literary study, and a chance to be in a classroom each year.”
Alex Moore English Adolescence Education Class of 2021

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