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Students can work on UN goals in virtual summer course work

Marketing and Communications staff

The SUNY COIL Center is developing 6-credit hour summer course work focused on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. SUNY students, including those from Fredonia, can participate in the program.

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Hope & Healing virtual conference slated for June 4

Marketing and Communications staff

Hope & Healing, a one-day virtual conference that addresses complex needs in mental health, chemical dependency and wellness, and also celebrates successes in Chautauqua County, will be held on Thursday, June 4, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Purtill writes article published in Quaternary Times

Marketing and Communications staff

Department of Geology and Environmental Sciences Assistant Professor Matthew Purtill wrote a short article, which introduces the Eastern U.S. Eolian Geoarchaeology Project (EUSEGP), that was published in the spring edition of Quaternary Times, a publication of the American Quaternary Association Inc.

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FREDDYS roll-out complete!

Sports Information Office

Though things are different this year, we still want to celebrate your achievements and hard work. Over the course of 10 days, nominees and winners will be announced and the senior slides will be presented.

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Credit/refund procedure set for students

Marketing and Communications staff

Following guidance provided by the State University of New York administration, SUNY Fredonia is offering "student choice" in regards to the unused room and board created by the move to distance education in the middle of the Spring 2020 semester.

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Vanwesenbeeck tapped to deliver Kasling Lecture

Roger Coda

Department of English Professor Birger Vanwesenbeeck has been tapped to present the 2020 Robert W. Kasling Memorial Lecture, an honor that recognizes a faculty member for outstanding achievement in scholarship or artistic performance.

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Popeye sketch by Fredonia alumnus delights Communication professor

Roger Coda

Not everyone can boast to appearing, side-by-side, with their childhood idol, but Department of Communication Professor Mike Igoe can. That’s him standing next to, well, Popeye. Not in real life, of course, but in a black and white cartoon sketch created by Fredonia graduate Ken Wheaton that looks every bit like it was plucked out of a vintage Popeye comic book.

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