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As he addressed the Class of 2019 at Fredonia on May 18, Dr. Shaun C. Nelms felt commonality with the graduates sitting before him in Steele Hall. “You will be expected…to leave a lasting impression on the world,” Dr. Nelms said. “I understand this transition too well…as a proud graduate of the (Fredonia) Class of 1999.”
An academic program that enables students to earn B.S. and M.S. degrees in Biology in five years, instead of the conventional six years, is being launched at Fredonia. The B.S./M.S. multi-award program is intended for students with specific career goals that require advanced degrees as well as those who haven’t chosen a profession and want to do advanced research or perform an additional internship before applying to graduate or medical school or other health professions program.
So well-received was Living History Day a year ago at Fredonia that the early American presentation will return to the campus on Thursday, May 30, with more sessions, a larger student turnout anticipated and a new state museum award in tow.
Students in GeoVentures, the YouthMappers chapter at Fredonia, utilized satellite imagery to support humanitarian relief efforts in the lake basin region of Chad, an impoverished country in northcentral Africa.